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Affairs or India. — That relict of monarchical , wrisdora, Jaioes the First, haviou t houpht fit oo some , occasion to grace the judicial proceedings of his Council by his august presence, was great! v disap- i pointed, when one aide of the question had been beard, that a decisi
April 20, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Irch, Shardlow. be CONSECRATED, on ,f this month, by the Right )P of RIPON. Sen-ice to The Clergy aud Geutry,

Irch, Shardlow. be CONSECRATED, on ,f this month, by the Right )P of RIPON. Sen-ice to The Clergy aud Geutry,

procession, are respectfully )W Hall, at half-past tea < Co.'s Brown Stont, üblin Double Stont. — .obinson ; icere thanks to tbeir Friend-^ , ?ery liberal support tiiey have 1 tothe WINK and SPIRIT ■s. Worthington de Son. .ir Friends, that in addition s BROWN STOUT, they h Messr
April 6, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
EXCHANGE, Leickstkb, Friday, April 5.

EXCHANGE, Leickstkb, Friday, April 5.

{Before T. Stokes, Esq. Mayor, and J. Biggs, Esq.) Elizabeth Spbncb was charged by Eliza Laobance with assaulting her. The complainant stated tbat on Mon- day evening about ten o'clock, she was walking up High- street, and lost her boa. On going up to the defendant who had a boa
April 6, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BOARD OF GUARDIANS, Tuesday, April 2, 1839-

BOARD OF GUARDIANS, Tuesday, April 2, 1839-

Te>-day, the Board of Guardians for tbe present year, withont one exception, assembled in the new Board- room at the I'niem Workhouse, for the first time. Th reiom is enpacious and well-calculat- d to hold the mem, bers ol the Board, but there appears to be one defe-c —the Yeiit
April 6, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Melancholy and Fatal Accident.— JJn Friday last John Pudney, twelve years of age, ,e *ri SOn °C '"bourer in the

Melancholy and Fatal Accident.— JJn Friday last John Pudney, twelve years of age, ,e *ri SOn °C '"bourer in the

employ of Mr. Ager, of rtiniiams Farm, Little Baddow, met his death under following melancholy circumstances:—Deceased was sent home with two horses, when one of them, 0""* « spirited animal, was frightened and started at full speed. The unfortunate lad who had incautiously twis
April 12, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
IMPORTANT SALE VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING MiJLM.JMSM<>/* i* SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. MiaUer, Son, ana Cretner, TO-MORROW, Saturday, April the

IMPORTANT SALE VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING MiJLM.JMSM<>/* i* SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. MiaUer, Son, ana Cretner, TO-MORROW, Saturday, April the

13th, 1839, at the Saracen's Head Inn, Chelmsford, Twelve o'Clock, Lots, WITHOUT RESERVE, SEVERAL Valuable FIELDS OF GARDEN and ARABLE LAND, abutting upon the Turnpike Road aud the road leading to Writtle, known as the Hop Garden or Anchor Field, opposite the New Chapel, at the
April 12, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
PRICE OF STOCKS.

PRICE OF STOCKS.

Th. Fri. Sat.\A/on 7u. We- Bank Stock - 201$ - 201$ 3 per Cent. Keduced .. 3 per Cent. Consols .. 92$ 925, 92$ 3$ per Cent. 1818 .. .. per Cent Reduced .. 1014 101 jlOOj 1004 Ditto, New 100* 100} IOtWIOOZ Anuuities (< 0 years) .. 15 _ India Bonds .... p. 48 India Stock 251 Exche
April 5, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
Assault on the Chairman of a Board

Assault on the Chairman of a Board

Assault on the Chairman of Board ok Guardians by the Clerk.-Ai Bala Assize the only criminal case trie,! was that of Mr Thomas, clerk the Poor Law Guardians for the committed on the 31st of December last, at Talgarth of e the S U„ e n „ C °Tbl Charles Thurston, the vie union. cha
April 5, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
MSsseor MMosfritat. I SERMONS will preached for the I benefit of the above Institution, on SUNDAY April 7, 1839, Rev.

MSsseor MMosfritat. I SERMONS will preached for the I benefit of the above Institution, on SUNDAY April 7, 1839, Rev.

T. Henderson, A.M. Or CHRIST CUURCH, OXFORD Vicar Messing, Rector Hakes Colne, and Domestic Chaplain to the lit. Hon. the Earl Verulam : In the Morning St. Peter's Church, service to commence at Half-past Ten o'Clock ;in t ue Afternoon St. James's Church, service to commence Thr
April 5, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
13. Great Marlborough Street, London, COLBURN'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE AND MO HIST. Edited by THEODORE HOOK, Eeq. The publisher has

13. Great Marlborough Street, London, COLBURN'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE AND MO HIST. Edited by THEODORE HOOK, Eeq. The publisher has

the pleasure announce, that in the May number of this popular periodical will be commenced a new series of papers, by Mrs. Trollope, entitled, •' THE WIDOW MARRIED," Forming a sequel " Widow Baruaby," by the same authoiess. Each article to be illustrated with two etchings by Bus
April 20, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England