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veying vessel Mastiff) to Terror. Hancock, from Excellent, to Druid. Forbes, from Excellent, to Winchester, Gardner, from Excellent, to Curasao,

veying vessel Mastiff) to Terror. Hancock, from Excellent, to Druid. Forbes, from Excellent, to Winchester, Gardner, from Excellent, to Curasao,

veying vessel Mastiff) to Terror. Hancock, from Excellent, to Druid. Forbes, from Excellent, to Winchester, Gardner, from Excellent, to Curasao, Midshipman—Lacy to Britannia. Volunteers—F. Fraser and Honble. Auckland A. Cockranc to Benbow, Surgeons—A. Muirbead, M.D. (1838), to C
April 20, 1839 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
THE NAVAL AND MILITARY GAZETTE

THE NAVAL AND MILITARY GAZETTE

Modeste, 18, Com. Eyies (1837), is ordered from the West Indies to the Cape of Good Hope station. Lord Morpeth’s brother relinquished the command of the Wolverine, not because she was ordered to the Coast of Africa, but because he (Capt. Howard) had been promoted and his success
April 20, 1839 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
THE NAVAi. ANb MILITARY GAZETTE

THE NAVAi. ANb MILITARY GAZETTE

turity and on decline, would be lopped off, and llitir places filled wiili thorough-bred soldiers—youtiis schooled under the siandard, habituated to discipline and subordination, trained to habits of cleanliness and morality, kept to church and school-room in their seasons, and
April 20, 1839 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
AUDITORSHIP. TO the Gentlemen conrthutfng the Board of Guardians of the Preehridge Lynn, King’s Lynn, Docking, Downham, Swan ham, Wayland,

AUDITORSHIP. TO the Gentlemen conrthutfng the Board of Guardians of the Preehridge Lynn, King’s Lynn, Docking, Downham, Swan ham, Wayland,

Thetford, GuUtcjoia, St. Faiths, Henstead, and Blo6eld Unions:— A vacancy having occurred tie office of Auditor to the above District the resignation of Mr. Robert Hamond, I beg to offer myself as a Candidate for that office, and should you do me the honour to elect me, it shall
April 6, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
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\0 rai-c.B'-,,^'p£ AS.f" M O' I , I [SMALL LEAFGUMPOWnFRI v&fa'.. o j > /-yd.-, - ic:/ \ TEAS consist of one description of Black, ■ i tbe Genuine Howgaa’a Mixtore, and one of Green, Mowqua’t Small Leaf Gunpowder, and are sold Chinese Catty and Half Packages. THE GENUINE HOWQUirS
April 6, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
DEREHAM .VVHSEIIY. WILLIAMMOORE BEG 9 respectfully to iDfnrm tils Friends, that the following Articles can be had at hla Establishment,

DEREHAM .VVHSEIIY. WILLIAMMOORE BEG 9 respectfully to iDfnrm tils Friends, that the following Articles can be had at hla Establishment,

of the VEST BIST QUALITY— VU. LARGE CARROT DRUMHEAD CABBAGE GENUINE MANGEL NORFOLK WHITE ROUND TURNIP SWEDISH DITTO PINE FRENCH LUCERNE ASH-LUAVED KIDNEY POTATOES EARLY PROLIFIC DITTO. Also Kitchen Garden and Flower Seeds, in great variety, on the most reasonable terms. March 27
April 6, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
TURKEY

TURKEY

CoNSTAwnNOPLa, March 15.—A1l is in motion here, and war good begun. Couriers are constantly arriving from the head-quarters of the Seraskier, and going back to them. The army on the Taurut is concentrated, and has already made movement in advance. It now depends on the dispositi
April 14, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
QUEEN SQUARE.

QUEEN SQUARE.

Convicted Thikp.—Thomas Grant, a respcctnbly-dressed young man, was charged with attempting to commit felony at the house of Dr. Stone, No. 3, Spring-gardens.— Dr. Stone stated that, about seven o’clock on the previous evening, he was getting out of Kensington omnibus at the Up
April 14, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
estimated.

estimated.

The funds of this Society provide for the members sickness, eld age, and burial; they, therefore, sincerely hope that their humble endeavours will meet with public Estimates yiven, and orders punctually executed and ists of prices may be had, from which the following is extract:
April 14, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE CHRONICLE.

THE CHRONICLE.

|THE CHRONICLE I t in B or, -Tesdacy, Aril 9, 1839. So great are the difficulties of Louis Philippe's h Wrf position, and so discordant tile materials on which a' his Majesty has to work, that he has not been e: og able to form a ministry with any pretentions to a Ig character or
April 9, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales