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The Theatre. —We have had very little of witnessing the performances at this place during the week. Mr. Wilkinson, tho

The Theatre. —We have had very little of witnessing the performances at this place during the week. Mr. Wilkinson, tho

late g*r. took his benefit Tuesday evening, under patron the City Sheriff, and were happy observe a good —The "pieces selected for the occasion Store " SeCTttt rt!t knowing," the Dancing Itarber,and Tom Xoddy't Stent, »d went off well. April Hoax.—Monday last being the * "ual f
April 6, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET. Friday, April 5.

LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET. Friday, April 5.

We have had very small supplies of grain since Tuesday, and the cold and ungenial state of the weather has imparted more confidence to the trade. There has been a fair sale ot Wheat to the dealers, and some parcels have been taken by speculators,—and good using samples, particul
April 6, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Trial of the Rev. Mr. Stephens.—On Saturday last, tho grand jury of the South Lancashire assizes, sitting in Liverpool, returned

Trial of the Rev. Mr. Stephens.—On Saturday last, tho grand jury of the South Lancashire assizes, sitting in Liverpool, returned

a true bill against the Rev. Joseph Rayner Stephens, for misdemeanor. What the nature of the misdemeanor with which stands charged is as yet unknown lo any persons save the grand jurors themselves. A number of witnesses, however, were examined before the grand inquest, to prove
April 6, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD. PACK OF FOX OUND S, I consisting of Forty Couple after the Draft is gone. For Particular*

TO BE SOLD. PACK OF FOX OUND S, I consisting of Forty Couple after the Draft is gone. For Particular*

apply to the HUNTSMAN at the Kennels, Bishop Burton, m ar Beverley. B SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, entire PACK OF FOXHOUNDS belonging to K. W. Smvthk Owkn, Esq., consisting Couples steady Hunting Hounds, about 8 Couples of Young Hounds put forward to enter, and most them recovered fro
April 6, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
COUNTY LUNATIC ALYLI'M.

COUNTY LUNATIC ALYLI'M.

Report of the week end intt Saturday last. Men. Admitted. Di.idi. Rauwru'd. Died. Reuutii. County Paupers 0 0 ?? 0 0 ?? 24 Out County ditto 0 0 0 „ . , 0 ?? ■> Subscriber's Patients. . 0 0 0 ?? I) ltj Independent ditto ?? 0 ?? 0 ?? o ?? [ o ?? j Women. County Paupers 0 0 0 0 ??
April 6, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE LEICESTER CHRONICLE^ Leicester, April 6, 1839.

THE LEICESTER CHRONICLE^ Leicester, April 6, 1839.

April 6, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
UNION AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW.

UNION AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW.

The Great Annual Meeting of this excellent institution took place at Kelso Tuesday last, when very great quantity valuable stock was brought forward to compete for the various premiums offered, well by the Society as individually, by several of its most generous supporters. The
April 6, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PARTNERSHIP AGENCY. RB. WATSON & CO. Share Brokers, • No. 10, Albion-Street, Leeds, have determined to add to their Business

PARTNERSHIP AGENCY. RB. WATSON & CO. Share Brokers, • No. 10, Albion-Street, Leeds, have determined to add to their Business

that PARTNERSHIP AGENCY, which they fancy they can execute to the Satisfaction of those who may employ them, R. B. W. having been accustomed to Mercantile Affairs general, during the past Twenty-fire Years, WHO WANT TO SELL iiumber union steam company shares. banking company do.
April 6, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LET, And Entered on 12th May, 1839. DAM DYKES FARM, containing Acres, situate in the Chapelry of Cramlington. The Hind,

LET, And Entered on 12th May, 1839. DAM DYKES FARM, containing Acres, situate in the Chapelry of Cramlington. The Hind,

at Arcot, will shew the Farm; and further Particulars may known by applying to John Falcus, at the White Hart, Newcastle, on Saturdays and Tuesdays. Walker, March 19, 1839. TO LET And Entered upon on the Twelfth of May, 1839, A FARM at Slaley Wood-foot, the Parish of Slaley, Fiv
April 6, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SECOND ARRIVAL DIRECT FROM ST. MICHAEL'S. BELL, Wholesale Frut Merchant, • announces the Arrival of the VESPER, Captain Thomas Hick.

SECOND ARRIVAL DIRECT FROM ST. MICHAEL'S. BELL, Wholesale Frut Merchant, • announces the Arrival of the VESPER, Captain Thomas Hick.

Phe Cargo is First-rate Condition, the Vesper having packed" ' DayS ° n her Passa ' and the Fruit fresh A ls Hand, a large Supply NUTS, FIGS, RAIsINS, and a few Barrels of FRENCH RENNETS, of superior Quality. Lofts, Quayside, Newcastle, March 28, 1839. A TO BE SOLD OR LET, PUBLI
April 6, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England