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ISAAC HAVING take,, , Shah land, hopes by ». ' G,o '«ci Ins Customers, punctual ,,en, l ion the wishes

new and moderation in his charee . ' Spa ' Ch favours conferred ou his pfc of 1. Bath 3 April, 1839. NEW SYDNEY p.T," -i SYDNEY PLACE. '«™». ii» R.,i, „'«'«rnc. „,;, "»> ■».»? ,«„, h H.« nob!, ,y, r»='»'e«l~.«»4,nra«i," '"S 1 ' 1 "ir.«wi6«7 t'*c Wcolation of air, by "ft*** of a
April 4, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

FRANCE. Paris, March 27. The Duke de Broglie has wholly failed in his efforts to form Gauche and Doctrinaire Cabinet combined. Two meetings have been held M. de Redorte's. The first was held on Monday. The second yesterday. The personages attending these meetings were Thiers, De
April 3, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Latest Intelligece.

Latest Intelligece.

LONDON. TUESDAY France. —The ministry far ever from being formed, and another revolution appears to be hourly expected. M. Thiers is said to be. the popular leader, and command the elements discord—be lias refused the embassy to this country. Intelligence has reached Paris from
April 3, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Northampton Mercucy. SATURDAY. APRIL 6. circular lias been addiessed the Home Secretary to most, if not all, the Quarter Sessions,

Northampton Mercucy. SATURDAY. APRIL 6. circular lias been addiessed the Home Secretary to most, if not all, the Quarter Sessions,

lequestitig the attention of the magistrates to the tallowing lesolution tbe Justices; of the Peace the County of Salop at the last Qu-irter Stssions that county:— ' Resolved, hat in consequence of tbe present ineffi. cnostKbu'ary force. arising from the great increase and the e
April 6, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
the death of Major Mansel, of Congreve, the office of Verderer for the Forest of Whittlebury is vacate !. Captain

the death of Major Mansel, of Congreve, the office of Verderer for the Forest of Whittlebury is vacate !. Captain

of Grafton, and Gilbert Flesher, Esq. of Towcester, have announced themselves as candidates. The election is freeholders of the county. had larye fall of snow commercing little before seven the morning-, and continuing with scarcely any intermission through the d»y. Tbe weather
April 6, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

The Murder Eliza Grimvyood {From the Observer). —On Friday, letter, of which the following is a copy, was received at Union Hall Police Office, on the subjeet of the murder of the above-mentioned female, all the circumstances attending which excited such an extraordinary degree
April 6, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
LITERARY MEMORANDA.

LITERARY MEMORANDA.

Sketches by Boz, No. 17. Chapman and Hall.— lt is hard to say which most provocative of mirth—the pen of Boz, who originates these admirable sketches,or the pencil George Cruikshanks, who illustrates them. In his peculiar vein, none hut himself can be tbe parallel of either. Hog
April 6, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
ARMING IN THE MANUFACTURING DISTRICT.

ARMING IN THE MANUFACTURING DISTRICT.

The manufacture of cheap weapons for the people 1 to be carried on Lancashire and Yorkshire to a consider*! extent. The weapons are chiefly pikes, which arc op sold in the market-places, at prices varying from 6d. to 2s- The principal mart for these "infernal machines hitherto b
April 6, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
On Monday a barge sunk under the Vauxhall There were five men it, who were with much rescued. A young

On Monday a barge sunk under the Vauxhall There were five men it, who were with much rescued. A young

lady at school, engaged in the study of mar, was asked if " kiss" was common or proper u|, After some hesitation she replied, " It is both common proper." Notwithstanding Mr. O'Connell's abuse of the Charttfl it is well known fact that he was chairman of the commit*] (composed o
April 6, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
CATTLE MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS.

SMITHFIELD, Monday. Our market this morning being heavily supplied with beasts, the time of year considered, and the butchers being unwilling to effect purchajes, except depressed prices, the demand for even the primest Scots, homebreds, Devons, and Herefords, was very dull, yet
April 6, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England