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DUTCH AND GERMAN PAPERS.. _

DUTCH AND GERMAN PAPERS.. _

DUTCH AND GERMAN PAPERS. _ THE HAGUE, Aprill2. As was to be foreseen, we learn that the signing ol iK treaty on the part cf Belgium is again delayed, so that the • eturn of Count Sonft. Ptlsach is again put off for ay. eek. All tin- ii. embers ofthe Conference -are highly indigna
April 18, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

. — __ I NEWMARKET FIRST SPUING MEETING. > WEDNESDAY. The B.C. XI. Plate was walked over for by Lord G. Ben- tinck's Grey Mourns, no other horse having been entered. ; There is only one race for decision, viz., a Handicap Sweep- stakes of lOaov. each, D.M., for which the followi
April 18, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
j TIIE MARKETS. j

j TIIE MARKETS. j

CORN EXCHANGE, April 17. We had a sniall show of English Wheat at cur market to- day, and the arrivals from abroad since our last have also been incousiderable: the trade, nevertheless, was very dull and Monday's prices were with difficulty obtained There was not much doing in F
April 18, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
UPON AFFAIRS IN GENERAL. ,

UPON AFFAIRS IN GENERAL. ,

(From the John Bull.) tikster brings with it generally something less puuningly appropriate than easterly winds — a Newmarket Spring Meet- ing does not usually imply a frost, nor a holiday dance iiwolv c the infliction of a snow-ball. But this year, look at it- feel it —shake an
April 9, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
37 2 37 7 THE WOOL TRADE.

37 2 37 7 THE WOOL TRADE.

Since this day se’nnight very favourable accounts respecting i» Wool trade have arrived In the metropolis, which have civ,., great degree of firmness to the demand here. and. some f, J instances, somewhat advanced rate* have been realized with tl - pr.rspecl of further improveme
April 25, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BKABXLST hesald.

BKABXLST hesald.

BK ABXLST hesald. MARK LANK, Fhii.av, April 19. Although we have very little English Wheat on sale to-day, yet the Market is excessively dull, and neither hnglish or toreign can bo sold, unless at a reduction of From 2s. to 3s. per quarter, and even at this decline, there is very
April 24, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
WINDSOR HOUSE,

WINDSOR HOUSE,

With the Gardens, Coach House, Stables, and Offices thereunto belonging. Situate in Castle-street, in Bodmin, nowin the occupation of General Gilbert, as Tenant from year to year. The House, which is situated in the most airy and healthy part of the Town of Bodmin, consists a Dr
April 26, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
SUI-P21U21,

SUI-P21U21,

Sneed from the lirig LEAN OKU, E. //. Frank Master, which Vessel was lately wrecked near the Manacles, on her Voyage from Malta. For further particulars apply to li. C. AND 11. \V. FOX AND Co. Merchants, Falmouth. IV.muuib, 23rd 4th Month, (April ) IS'39. f mo SERVE this SEASON.
April 26, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
DOMESTIC.

DOMESTIC.

Corar, Tuesday, her Majesty rode horsclmck in the Parks, mnid a brilliant assemblage rank and fashion—On Wednesday, her Majesty sat Mr. Leslie, R. A.,for her portrait in picture the coronation.—On Thursday, her Majesty held Court Buckingham Palace.—On Good Friday, her Majesty .A
April 5, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
THE GWENNAP MURDER.

THE GWENNAP MURDER.

The Grand Jury this day, ignored the bill against Jesse Lean, charged ith the murder of hi* wife. NISI PHI US COURT.— Thursday. Pnulderum v. Jhtdye, Clerk. —This was an action recover damages for alleged illegal distress. Mr. Erie and Mr. hutt appeared for ll.e plaintiff; and Mr
April 5, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England