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??? this eminent pianist is now St. Petersburg, giving a series twelve concerts, three of which have taken place, and

??? this eminent pianist is now St. Petersburg, giving a series twelve concerts, three of which have taken place, and

the receipts of each averaged A'tlOO. of our money. Thalberg had been honoured with au invitation to dine at the palace with the emperor. From St. Petersburgh he w ill proceed to Moscow, and some other largo towns in the provinces. a proof how great an amount of good may sometim
April 6, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
WARWICKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES.

WARWICKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES.

OmtuMHl from fin! peyt. roccllret trs-Kon being m«ln »nnr tn:.n Mar.-h, 1834; ...y tVi-uint it am! «i.l llninj The waggon was punted at one premises ; I'ent J punted .... the -a?gon. linisheditwa. set in ni»ter» uut.l .etehertaray ...mnu bnv eai.ic ami said he was for Jlr. hens
April 6, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
DEFEAT OF THE CHARTISTS AT DEVIZES. Much annoyed the reception which the Chartists met with on Friday the 22d of

DEFEAT OF THE CHARTISTS AT DEVIZES. Much annoyed the reception which the Chartists met with on Friday the 22d of

March, their leaders were determined to have one more meeting at Devizes, and in order get many possible their followers to their post, large handbills were extensively circulated, calling npon all who valued their rights to meet them (viz Vincent, and Carrier) at Devizes on Eas
April 6, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Choice and Valuable Collection of Pictures, including Magnificent Portrait of Her present Majesty Queen Victoria, by R. West all, R.

Choice and Valuable Collection of Pictures, including Magnificent Portrait of Her present Majesty Queen Victoria, by R. West all, R.

A. ESSRS. NAISH and SON have the honor to announce to the Connoisseurs and Patrons of the Fine Arts, they are greeted to arrange for positive Sale, by Auction, at Congdon's Royal Subscription Rooms, Exeter, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the and days of April inst., commencing at 12
April 6, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Public Meeting on the Subject of Educa tion—Nothing, the present day, has furnished a more gratifying indication of the growing

Public Meeting on the Subject of Educa tion—Nothing, the present day, has furnished a more gratifying indication of the growing

feeling of the people of this country in favour of sound and religious views, than the frequency with which public meetings have been held in almost every part of the kingdom, for the promotion of education in connexion with the established church. Our readers are doubtless awar
April 6, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

WAKEFIELD COBN MARKET, April The annals of wheat this week are moderate," and of all other things fair. Fine English wheat readily broueht "k. advance, and interior better to quit, at little more money Barley fully as dear. Oats, shelling, and beans, as last icported. ' ARRIVALS
April 6, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

MANCHESTER CORN EXCHANGE. March 30. The trade has ruled dull throughout the week, and, owing to the recent heavy imports of Barrel Flour, with the accumulation of English and Irish manufacture, the millers have been indisposed to buy Wheat; the sales were, therefore, unim]>ortan
April 6, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO LET, ir/lhe-Town Hall King-street, seve/il M& ROOMS, suitable for Offices, two of which arWn tip ground floor in the

TO LET, ir/lhe-Town Hall King-street, seve/il M& ROOMS, suitable for Offices, two of which arWn tip ground floor in the

Arewde. Also superior and exteKivoyPELLAKs under the saute.— Inquire of .Mr. HARLOW, the premises. BE LET, with ; ■-< -ion, A PUBLIC BOVjK and SPIRIT VAUXTS; called the G.-,s Ix.v, situate jfi Gould-street, St Georges-road, Manchester, with and stable adj..ining.— Fixtures to be
April 6, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, March 29.

FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, March 29.

DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. LOUISA MOODY BENNITT, Sherborne, Dorsetshire, milliner WILLIAM CLARK FARR Frederick street, victualler—GEOßGE THORBCRN, St. Mary Axe, Leadenhall street, corn factor. bankruptcy enlarged. JOHN CURRIE, Orchard street, Portman square, tailor. BANKRUPTS.
April 6, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Ashby Petty Sessions.

Ashby Petty Sessions.

ukuai, ntarcn au. the Bet. J. and W. W. Aliney, Esq. - 1 Joseph Chandler, servant to Mr. German, Old ' Parks, was charged gamekeeper to the Marquis of Hastings, with shooting a hare, the March. The defendant admitted that was guilty. He received an excellent character from bis e
April 6, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England