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NAVAL PROMOTIONS & APPOINTMENTS.

NAVAL PROMOTIONS & APPOINTMENTS.

NAVAL PRO 5OTIONS & APPO INTMUENTS. I nst~w ],fls TG; n.;1 . -Ana T.n g Pnoluoio'resesmates-Levvis Maitland, and Jos. I 4 I a--y, ?? f ietenant.- - I A rsPO.Is 'T'IENTS-Calptaire-Alexanider Ellice, to gthe Britani 'a fi Lieutenant~s-C. H4. Binstead, W. Tringlham, N. F. Edwards, t
April 22, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

"I,, g1. 131RTHS. oml At Blckhbrook Cottage, on Saturday, thc l3th in. tot stant, the Lady of G. T. Al. Purvis, Esq., of a daugh. to ter, (stillbhorn). At Barton Stacey, on Tuesday last, the wife of tat Richard King, Esq., of a son. ?? At Devonport, on the 7th ilnt., the wife of
April 22, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

R PtSA, a1ttends t, LOSS Ol:' TEETH. Rley L . l. L. CANTON, ?? DENTIST, fronl re- iM London, patronized bly Sir Astiey Cooper, Bart Auo Surgeon to the Queen, anid Professor Bell, begs to it a announce that from his numerous appointments, he will of he COnipeled to remain till THU
April 22, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Winchester.

Winchester.

cuilirl)f0ter. SATURDAY, APRIL 0, 1839. o The matrriage of the Marquess of Douro and ti the Lady Elizabeth Hay will be solemnized at St. Geor- s 4;e'.i church, Hanover.square. TILe late Aehbisihop qf Tuuaw.-It is stated b that in consequence of the late Dr. Trench having sur- n v
April 8, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
STATEMENT IN VINDICATION OF LADY FLORA HASTINGS.

STATEMENT IN VINDICATION OF LADY FLORA HASTINGS.

.A-TED NT IND0l AI6OV | ; A;r ' ' 1OEAHA-T ?? - I ?? is not our practice to notice muatters of private a scandal, but called upon to publish a statement cor- a rective-of certalin hnrious impressionrl -and 4n vjdi cation'ofsillady'$TepUtititn~, wehav'e onlJGo~oiplyr-j- s "Sist-11
April 1, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
UNIFORM PENNY POSTAGE.

UNIFORM PENNY POSTAGE.

ir (1701tD OF A PEl'''tITION.) To tlie Molnot¢b/e (lie Lords Spiritualul ?? TemporalO [op . tile Co('"oIltOns, t/s thecuwe maey be] ii 'aorliaieit . arseinbled .- l 'ThC humbli Pctili on of ?? m ulersign-d tac IJle filletd tup with tlhe nallve of pl;ce. corporation, &c. I 'It .
April 1, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

IC'U itrHE Public ofICITeCIIESTE11, were greatly astonished 2r - AJoni Monday last, by an announcement that the 2r n 'CHARTISTS, represented by Mr. C"BRA xN, meantA to hold a Public Meeting, at the Council Chamber of Ane thatCit, b~seimiaionof te h~ib~ GE. ltveeoday, a ?? - A Phl
April 1, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Passages. bus'ness ; only io ether net these rate painful an Pitta, «nd will eotor i* horrid bj tl •titutioo.

Passages. bus'ness ; only io ether net these rate painful an Pitta, «nd will eotor i* horrid bj tl •titutioo.

- body, din fleets, •eased no length sues, and
April 6, 1839 - Bolton Chronicle - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
Copy Letter from Herbert Mayo. F R.S.. Senior Sargeon to Middlesex Hoxpiiat, and Professor Anatomy and Pathology, King’s College, London.

Copy Letter from Herbert Mayo. F R.S.. Senior Sargeon to Middlesex Hoxpiiat, and Professor Anatomy and Pathology, King’s College, London.

Ac. TO THOMAS HOLLOWAY. CSGSI —Will you excuse this informal answer—The ointment which you have sent has been of use in ALL ibe eases in which t have tried it; send me, if please, some more in few day's lime; I have enough fo« the present. Tour’s truly, fl, MAYO. * 19. Oeorge's-
April 13, 1839 - Bolton Chronicle - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
HULTON C. MARCKKAVES.

HULTON C. MARCKKAVES.

Mr. W opened the proceedings, and Mr. Cowling slated the case for the plaintiff. The plaintiff in this case was WTl.iam Holton, Esq., a gentleman of property, residing Hulti-n and the defendant, Mr. Hargreaves, is carrier on the line of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, and
April 13, 1839 - Bolton Chronicle - Bolton, Lancashire, England