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TUESDAY'S POST CONTINUED.

TUESDAY'S POST CONTINUED.

T 7E Tj'A Y'-S P OST1 C ON TIN UED.>O mitJastt~ FtiDfAY S lA'z;TTE Gecige Glin Weston, Windsor; lineii draper. George Topharn, Biehmohd, Zurrey, botet -keeper. ?? Schelleirmacher, Coleman-street, wool dealer, 30bn *Mivart, Richmond, Surrey, upholder. Charles Alexanlder Gordon, St
April 6, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CAMBRIDGE ASSIZES, MARCH 30.

CAMBRIDGE ASSIZES, MARCH 30.

-ooo-? CAMBRIDGE ASSIZES? MAn?u 30. ,PE'IID5TON ?? 1lAWBS5-I'hi5 action was further proceedede' v~if fr hethr4dathis morning. ?? ~'I'he evidenceeadduced by tlie defendant showed thaftthe public, as well inhabitants of 'the tdwa as Members of' the U~niversity, ' haid navigated the
April 6, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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CITY AND BOROrJGU di? OXFORD CONSUy.&.zIy? ASSOCIATION. uTE;?h? undei?-aigned Freemen, Electors, and Bur- VYgesses or the City and Borough of Oxford, being sensible of ?? blosainjs this country has enjoyed under a Protestant Government, and of the in??ortanee of preserving our ve
April 20, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. To AUTH~ORS AND PUiLSHIEits .-We have for somie time past been conrinced tbat the columntis oE a Weekly paper are not suited to fhe parpiasei of a Literary Review; and that it is far more occeptable to the generality of readers that the space which vwe formerly
April 27, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TATTERSALL'S—THURSDAY.

TATTERSALL'S—THURSDAY.

TATTERSALL?S-?HUI?SDAY. 1 ? . . ..hhJE.05UU 1Ut~UAI. Tbe attendanee wals scarcely less nunmerous than on Mrnday, but business was not by any means su brisk. The most interest-. ing feature in the betting was the retrogression of The Dey of Algiers, who retired to 12 to 1, withlou
April 27, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ENGLISH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

ENGLISH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

ENGLISH AGRNJULT?AL SOCZZTY? At a Local Commnittee Meeting, held at the Star Ifotel, Ox- ford, on Saturday the 20th day of April, 1839, present, WVULTAM H)XNII AStHRURST, Esq. in the Chair; CH.AlLXS TAWNEYV, WALTERt STRIClLAND,. BENJAMIN I3ADC0CK, TH.OISAS E.N5WORTH, JAMErS SWANN
April 27, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
HULL.

HULL.

Cs ULL SPRING FAiR.-The first spring fair was held e on Tuesday, and more than realised the mos t sanguine ex- he pectations entertained by its promoters respecting it. The At supplyofbhorses, sheep, and horned cattle, was nutmeroiss,- and o1f excellent quality. The amnout of bu
April 13, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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~~~ytbfit Notice0. AWC HyESTER and LEEDS RAILWAY.- gOTiCE: Is hereby given, that a SPECIAL GENERAL N~lof ?? Leeds Railway Company wlbeheld at the Company's Offices, Ciowes' Buildings. Hunt's iih1, Manchester, on Frida~sj the Te'entaisixt/t Day ?? 8~~ ~wlv o'lok Is he ornoo, hen t
April 20, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

~ re The Rt. Hon. E. Ellice, Mr. Hume, and Mr. Leader, left n Paris on Friday for London to be in tiietior Monday night's e- proceedings. . TimE HoN. EDWARD PETILE, who has been residing , on the Continent for the last four years, is on the eve of areturning home. His losses on t
April 20, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LIVERPOOL MARKETS, MARCH 28.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS, MARCH 28.

0 Lve III, Ing re, Ltd ire ler- .lly for ht, Ite, ery i2s. hat her an her ira. ore eas ted snd ten ng, Is. A.as tPe- itire R. a 76 1 70 i 68 6~4 5. 114 5 42 I 43 a68 5 44 a 44 a 29 33 0 22 5.4 54 EL- a- aL- a- a- a 34 R 32 a32 a24 a 21 a22 a38 OGE ties 'ded a. r. d 7' 9 1 3 0 8o
April 6, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England