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(.From the Spectator.) The recess is saved from absolute torpor by an unexpected rio\,ern.r:tof t:.e Tory Lords Th« F-.ri m "»«peciea i,,i „, ,; , 3 V u,ai - Ine Larl of R^den s success- ful motion ior a Committee of inquiry into the « state of crime c .me in Ireland, during Lor
April 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS and Contractors desirous Tendering for tbe Erection BANK West Bromwich, pro' posed to be built

TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS and Contractors desirous Tendering for tbe Erection BANK West Bromwich, pro' posed to be built

by the Dudley and West Bromwieh Banking Company, may see the Working Drawings, Specification, and Conditions their Bank at Dudley, on the Bth day of April. The Tenders be sealed and delivered on before the iith of April. Further information may be obtained of C. H. Molineux, Esq
April 1, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE LBECfISTBB €HH®lfl€Ms.Or, COMMERCIAL, and AGRICULTURAL ADVERTISER.

THE LBECfISTBB €HH®lfl€Ms.Or, COMMERCIAL, and AGRICULTURAL ADVERTISER.

THE LBECfISTBB €HH®lfl€Ms Or, COMMERCIAL, and AGRICULTURAL ADVERTISER. iSKiKS? AND PUBLISHED BY THOMAS tf THOMPSON, MARKET-PLACE-LEICISTER. SATURDAY, April 6, 1839. Vol. 29.— No. 1,481. j Prick *V*M. or ss. per Quarter.^
April 6, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Post Office ?? one,-or nearly every one, knows all that can be said in favour of this Reform ; and

Post Office ?? one,-or nearly every one, knows all that can be said in favour of this Reform ; and

every one who is either a parent, brother, eon, friend, or who holds a private or public situation, must see the vast utility of Mr. Rowland Hill's plan of Post-office Reform. It is understood the Report of the Select Committee of the House of Commons, recommending a Uniform Pen
April 6, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
<B%e M%tning fast.

<B%e M%tning fast.

<B%e M%t ning fast. Price 5.1 LONDON, WEDNESDAY, April 3, 1839. No. 21,294.
April 3, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE GAMBLING-HOUSES OF PARIS

THE GAMBLING-HOUSES OF PARIS

A paper in the Dublin University Magazine for the pre- sent month, by " Harry Lorrequer," whose " Confessions'' have so often contributed to the mirth of the readers of that miscellany, gives some very interesting sketches of the former gambliug-houses of Paris. From this paper,
April 5, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL

EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL

Liverpool, Wednesday Evening, o'clock. LORD FORTKSCUE. His Excellency' the Lord Lieutenant sailed fiom Liverpool last night, at II o'clock, in - i the Urgent. .FOGS. SIKXP NEWS. WrnxESDAY, April B. *nd the Champion, from the Clyde, nave arrived at S arrived. The Countess of Wilt
April 4, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

BY THIS DAY'S POST. PORTSMOUTH, April 3. - EiNE. - Arrived, the Chase, Mitchell, from Cadiz; the Dossitor, from Trieste; and the Symmetry, Giles, from Cork. Sailed, the HibernU, Fowler, and the Sir F. B. Head, Revely, for Quebec. PLYMOUTH, April 3.— E.— An ivrd, the Stokesby Pac
April 4, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SHERIFFS' COURT, April 3.

SHERIFFS' COURT, April 3.

(Before Mr. Under Sheriff James Burchell, and a Special Jury.) CRIM. CON PEMBERTON V. HAMILTON. In this case Mr. Thesiger and Mr. Austin appeared for the plaintiff, and the Hon. Charles Ewan Law and Mr. Gurney for *the defendant. Mr. Austin stated ihat the action was brought for
April 4, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
POLICE,

POLICE,

Guildhali Yesterday John Murley was charged with knowingly uttering n counterfeit crown-piece with intent to defraud Mr. Salter, a pork-butcher in Salisbury-square. Charles Burrows, a policeman. No. 425, took the prisoner into custody. At the station-hou-e in Black Horse-court h
April 3, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England