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TO BUILDERS.

TO BUILDERS.

TO BE LET BY PROPOSAL, THE REPLACING the TOP of the SPIRE of the PARISH CHURCH of Further particulars may be known on application to GRAY, who will receive Proposals for the sain-- (free of postage), until Friday, the 19th instant. Chester-le-Street, 4th April* 1839. VALUABLE FR
April 6, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
OLD ESTA RUSHED COACH HOUSE, FAMILY HOTEL, VERN, WHITE HOUSE, FETTER LANE, LONDON. ARNOLD SHIPMAN* (Successor to IF. Chaplin,) RETURNS

OLD ESTA RUSHED COACH HOUSE, FAMILY HOTEL, VERN, WHITE HOUSE, FETTER LANE, LONDON. ARNOLD SHIPMAN* (Successor to IF. Chaplin,) RETURNS

his warmest acknowledgments for the general encouragement has received since he entered upon the above nt; which he rcspcctfullv recommends to the notice of Gentlemen and Families Durham and the Northern Counties visiting the Metropolis. It Is conducted on tho principle of combi
April 6, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DANKRUPTS.

DANKRUPTS.

March 29.—George Gibson Weston, Windsor, lincndriper. George Topham, Richmond, Surrey, hotel keeper. Charles Sehlelermacncr,Coleman-*trect, wool dealer. John Mivnrt, Richmond, Surrey, upholder. Charles Alexander Gordon, Stcpncv-grecn, merchant. Edward Tapp, Great White Lion-stre
April 6, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

MARK LANE. I. Ibis morning’s market the show English Wheat was smsll, but foreign there was very plentiful qusntiljr on sale. Tbs aitcudanoe of buyers was tolcrsbly f»*od. Printed ami published Thomas Vritcu, of Silver Street, In the Parish of Saint NichuJ.is, in the cit* Durham
April 6, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
MONEY MARKETS (This DAY.)

MONEY MARKETS (This DAY.)

CITY, TWELVE o'clock.—We have nothing later from America, as the prevalence of E. and N.E. winds retards the arrival of vessels from that quarter. Much satisfaction is felt by the citizens at the favourable state of the Revenue, as shown in the quarterly accounts published this
April 6, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LAMBERT AND HON, Silversmiths, and lVatchmal»ers t KOUTH h.ulkv, best Thanks to the Nobility, I Clergy, Gentry, and other Inhabitants

LAMBERT AND HON, Silversmiths, and lVatchmal»ers t KOUTH h.ulkv, best Thanks to the Nobility, I Clergy, Gentry, and other Inhabitants

Dun ham and its Neighbourhood, for the liberal encouragement they have experienced since they commenced business this and bee intimalelhev have band FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT .lEWELLERY, GOLD R SILVER GEN EVA. PATENT LEVER,and VERTICAL WATCHES ; SHEFFIELD PLATE the best description
April 6, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
FOR SALE, PROPOSAL, the of ,\tr ffammond I/iil.J'irk. of the Three Tuns. sVetr K!ret y on the April* IN ONE

FOR SALE, PROPOSAL, the of ,\tr ffammond I/iil.J'irk. of the Three Tuns. sVetr K!ret y on the April* IN ONE

EOT, standing and qrowins: the PlantHtlous near Cro.xdale, in the County of viz : 3C>7 OAKS II EI.MS I.ARCII The* Oak of qnalifr, of largo ‘■iiitnMo for Blii|vlmtMius or CitlUcry jHirposoß. Partio-ilars known application to F.DMUNT) lIOGGKTT, of Crox<lalc Wood Mouse, who will se
April 6, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DIALOGUE BETWEEN DUN EVARISTO I'ER.EZ DE CASTRO AND COUNT °TALI&

DIALOGUE BETWEEN DUN EVARISTO I'ER.EZ DE CASTRO AND COUNT °TALI&

There are things bidden fromthe ken of man till they present themselves so clearly that the wise and the simple may trace them from their origin to their putrifaction. Such have been the objects which for two years have been covered with the veil of mystery and diplomatic secrec
April 2, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ST. MARY, ISLINGTON.

ST. MARY, ISLINGTON.

Yesterday morning. pursuant to annual custom, a vestry meet. ing of this parish was holden in the vestry room, for the purpose of electing churchwardens, vestry clerk, clerk to the trustees, and other subordinate officers. Considerable interest was created in the parish as to th
April 3, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
B. COPEMIS, 14. 15, and 16, EXCHANGE STREET, morning thanks his Friends and th« Public in general for the liberal

B. COPEMIS, 14. 15, and 16, EXCHANGE STREET, morning thanks his Friends and th« Public in general for the liberal

encouragement be baa with rSnce bis commencement Bonnes*, which enabled him purchase very largely, •ndbetAkes this opportunity stating, that lie has just returned from the various .Markets with a irgesod well-absorted STOCK of GOODS, eunslstfog Drapery, Silk Mercery, Haberdasher
April 6, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England