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The Parson-Tax.

The Parson-Tax.

The advocates for an Episcopalian Chaplain to the Union Workhouse, to be paid by the rate-payers of all religious denominations, intend to move for that appointment on Tuesday next. On that occasion we hope every Liberal Guardian will be present. Though now in a minority—through
April 6, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
London v. The Country.

London v. The Country.

(From Nicholas SCENE—COUNTING-HOUSE CHEERYBYLE BROTHERS. A fine morning, Mr. Linkinwater," said Nicholas, entering the office. " Ah!" replied Tim, " talk of the country, indeed What do you think of this now for a day—a London day-eh?" " It's clearer out of town," said Nicholas.
April 6, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
TALLOW AND CANDLES.

TALLOW AND CANDLES.

The market continues in the same inactive stale as for the last two three weeks; it that the prices bave improved, but it is iv consequence of ihe speculative operations; the demand for the trade i proved by the deliveries. The price is firm th quotation, there are buyers for al
April 6, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Parliamentary Proceedings.

Parliamentary Proceedings.

HOUSE OF LORDS'. WEDNESDAY, March 27 The Lord Chancellor, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Earl of Shaftesbury, having taken their seats, as Lords Commissioners. before the Throne, the Royal assent was given the usual form to the Duke of Wellington’s Estate Bill, the lithe
April 4, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
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f ACCIDINT AT THE KBVMNIY IRON WoRsa.—We are informal l)y a correspondent at Dowlais, of the melancholy death of Mr* f. Richards, principal engineer to the above works. The cans* of this unhappy event, which happened on the 26th inat., was a fall from the main beam loft to the bo
April 6, 1839 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
Advertising

Advertising

As seme proxd column, though alone *;AGf'AND hathyropp'd a tottering throne.. Now i. Ae stalely column broke, The beacon-light is quesch'd in smoke. ihe trumpet s silver sound is still, The warder silent on the hill t
April 6, 1839 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
IMPORTANT SAILE. Linen and Woollen Drapery. Waberdnehery, Hosiery, Lace, 4*e. ALFRED OVERY ra ESPECTFULLY announces to the Public of Maidatone

IMPORTANT SAILE. Linen and Woollen Drapery. Waberdnehery, Hosiery, Lace, 4*e. ALFRED OVERY ra ESPECTFULLY announces to the Public of Maidatone

and ill Vicinity, that has taken the Premiae. lately occupied b- Mr. SILVEUI.OCK (opposite the Town Hell), he intend. Ra-opening on S.turosv, 13th Apbii.. «Uh the LARGEST and BEST ASSORTED STOCK of FURNISHING and PERSONAL DRAPERY ever eubmitted to the Public at this Eatabliahmsn
April 2, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
For Children their Teeth. MRS. JOHNSONs AMERICAN SOOTHING SV RCP. This iuf.llibla Ueroajy liu pre.arred liundreds ot Children, when ihoußht

For Children their Teeth. MRS. JOHNSONs AMERICAN SOOTHING SV RCP. This iuf.llibla Ueroajy liu pre.arred liundreds ot Children, when ihoußht

past from ConcuUiane srisinr from peinfnl tlentjtloii. soon 11.0 Syrup rub ied on the Gums, the Chilli will relie.ed. the Gums fooled, end the juflsnimedoii reduced. It as iuuocentas efficacious, tending to prorfhee the Teeth with ease ; ...d soplea«ol. thst Child wUfrefuae to l
April 2, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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(T# rentiitnsrf.) • Ti» Srotet. m f, 1.M2 mpcrU •crei, i-lim referred to. t»• f»« l.uthian botl wheel equal to four buibela; 001 l of harl< bear «ix hutlivlt.
April 2, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
P«st Office lieforai.

P«st Office lieforai.

PolUlctant a!! opinions are agreed on the great advantage of establishing uniform penny postage on the plan of Mr. Rowland Hill, and yet a most strange apathy seems to prevail the subject. The following persons are aptly reminded of their own interest by the Post Circular: ** Mo
April 2, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England