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TAMWORTH_ STEEPLE CHASE7MesDAy.

TAMWORTH_ STEEPLE CHASE7MesDAy.

_ This event came off on Monday last, over a well-chosen line of country, and was won by Mr. H. Cooper's b g Bendlgo, aged (Mr. Barton), beating Mr. Capenhurst's Betsey, CI yrs; Mr. G. Ball ad br m Mary Ann, aged; Mr. 'Woodhouse's br g Solicitor, aged; and Mr. Godwin's ch g Nimr
April 4, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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April 4, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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April 2, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
C la it 0 IN I CL El

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The measures adopted by congress seem to me to have been wisely designed to preserve the existing inestimable relations of peace between this country and Great Britain, as well as to vindicate the rights of the etate of Maine, and to maintain tie honour and dignite of the nation
April 2, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
JAMAICA.

JAMAICA.

Despatch from Lieutuant General Sir Lionel Smith, Governor of Jamaica, to Lord Gl,melg, dated Jan. 6. 1839 : " I do myself the honour to acknowledge the receipt of letter (No. 367), dated the 9th of November, 1838, wit copies of letters enclosed from Mr. Burge, of the 23d of Oct
April 2, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
PALMOUTFI, MARCH 29.

PALMOUTFI, MARCH 29.

Her Majesty's packet Peterel, Lieutenant Crooke, has arrived this afternoon from Mexico, having sailed from Vera Cruz on the 4th of February, Tampico on the 15th, and the Havannah on the let of March, bringing despatches and the usual mails. Only 50,000 dollars on freight have r
April 2, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LAMBETH-STREET.

LAMBETH-STREET.

THE ALLEGED MURDER AT STEPNEY. - The two men, Downey and Drinoll, who had been in custody on suspicion of having caused the death of John Long, the young man whose body had been found in the R e gent's Canal on Tuesday morning, were broui l bt up for final examinati•in. Witnesse
April 2, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Price Five-pence. PUBLIC MEETING of the INHABITANTS of HAYBS, to INQUIRE into the CONDUCT of the RBV. MR. STIJRMER. .

Price Five-pence. PUBLIC MEETING of the INHABITANTS of HAYBS, to INQUIRE into the CONDUCT of the RBV. MR. STIJRMER. .

In pursuance of a notice, which has been issued during the last week, a public meeting was held at the Adam and Eve inn ; Hayes, " to take into consideration the neccssary sters to be adopted under the peculiar circumstances in which the parish generally is placed, from the mela
April 6, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
It is instructive, and at the lime tire, of the character of Lord FORTESCUE'S vice-royalty, that he should have received

It is instructive, and at the lime tire, of the character of Lord FORTESCUE'S vice-royalty, that he should have received

a deputation, and an address on Tuesday last, from the Roman cathclics of Liverpool as he passed through that town on his way to Dublin. Mr. O'CONNELL is, undoubtedly, a munificent patron! Few men have the power, like him, to prefer to viceregal state. At the same time, " nothin
April 6, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
111. SCOTT'S CORNETS enable Deaf persons to hear and insure the wearer the perpetual enjoyment of ' ey ing. The

111. SCOTT'S CORNETS enable Deaf persons to hear and insure the wearer the perpetual enjoyment of ' ey ing. The

SONIFFRON is anew instrument which renders distant 'lces audible as a telescope makes tar objeets visible, and is therefore inluable at church and in large rooms. The APF.RITIVE FOUN FAIN, supersede the injurious habit of taking opening medicines, by the gentle i nstantanenns op
April 6, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England