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Bt is to be the form of Lord John Russell's on the 15th ? This is a question which ne

Bt is to be the form of Lord John Russell's on the 15th ? This is a question which ne

asks, but which no one pretends to be able *er. Nevertheless, upon the form of the motion will depend altogether the importance of the issue, as a trial of the administration. A milk-and- water resolution (such as for ourselves we anticipate) will beamere sneakingretractation of
April 4, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
•=*** --------**-----».STATE OF LONGFORD—THREAT TO ASSASSINATE.THE HIGH SHERIFF.

•=*** --------**-----».STATE OF LONGFORD—THREAT TO ASSASSINATE.THE HIGH SHERIFF.

?? ?? STATE OF LONGFORD—THREAT TO ASSASSINATE THE HIGH SHERIFF. -*r rom tae juuotxn livening racket. ) As evidence of the systematic terrorism now prevalent in every part of Longford, which, until the introduction o1 Popish agitation, was among the most tranquil counties in Irela
April 4, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING.— Yesterd»y. Subscription Platey_f 50_. ; for three years old, 7st. ; four years, Sst. 7i1). ; and five years, 9st. T.Y.C. I.ord Stradbroke's Fifer, ;> yrs (Nat) 1 Mr. Rayner's Minima, 'A yrs -- - - . . „ _ _> Mr. Howe's Scam.n.ier, 5 yrs - _ _ . . . . 2
April 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPRING ASSIZES.

SPRING ASSIZES.

MIDLAND ( IRC IT T.- Warwick, April 1. \i i ?? vr vliirder.— William Read, aged 20, was •1 ,. -d ut the bar. cli irged with having, at Coundon, on Sun- ■u night, the 10th of March last, discharged a pistol at unois \\ ilmot. iv hh intent to murder him. ■Mr. \"» ilmot, the prosec
April 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

| „ BOW-STREET. — James Green, remanded from Tuesday i on a charge of having attempted to impose upon Mr. Houl- ditch, the coachmaker, of Long-acre, by nieaus of procurinir a false character from a person with whem he was in league was again placed at the bar before Mr. Twyford,
April 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
To the Editor of the ('heltenhaw Chronicle. Mo. Koitor,— lf you are half t« much of philanthropist I believe you

To the Editor of the ('heltenhaw Chronicle. Mo. Koitor,— lf you are half t« much of philanthropist I believe you

be. and could have accompanied to Total Abstinence party at the Queen's Arms, in this town, last evening, your heart must have throbbed with delight, and your breast have glowed a& mine did, with all the most delightful sensations ol which human nature is capable, in witueatdoß
April 4, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE VINDICATION OF LADY FLORA HASTINGS.

THE VINDICATION OF LADY FLORA HASTINGS.

(From the Spectator.) As we considered it our duty to attempt some handlin of certain courtly matters, when these were yet in the va poury form of rumour, we shall hardly be expected to le them alone now wheo they are beginning to assume sub stance, and to present themselves in
April 4, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARKET CHRONICLE.

MARKET CHRONICLE.

BATH -Hiaia...^^—. Wheat Mar. SO. meat (per Qr.J -^IeUeT^TZZ^ „ *mHiTS, - f><[ ttv, w . - Salt ' mto Wrf , COUNT '23 to Mar. 30. Mattel , c \ at BeaD4 - Gloucester 2 w! • C&IS - CORN The MondaVi were very inconsiderable / «ket this mr ■ report a large arrival have from diflerent
April 4, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TO THE AGRICULTURIST, BONE MAN UK PROCTOR, MERCHANT, CATHAY, BRISTOL, informs the Agriculturists that he Van supply them with The

TO THE AGRICULTURIST, BONE MAN UK PROCTOR, MERCHANT, CATHAY, BRISTOL, informs the Agriculturists that he Van supply them with The

above valuable MANURE delivered at Bath, Devizes, any part the Kennet arid Avon Canal. Every information as to prices, &c, may be obtained per letter directed as above, staling quantity wanted, when, and wheie delivered. SALE OF TEAS AT BRISTOL, At the TEA SALE ROOM, PRINCEs-STR
April 4, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MR. WILKINS of Twerton, deeply impressed with gratitude for the preservation of himself and household from the FIRE, on WEDNESDAY

MR. WILKINS of Twerton, deeply impressed with gratitude for the preservation of himself and household from the FIRE, on WEDNESDAY

MR. WILKIN> of Twrniov, deeply impressed with gratitude for the preservationydUiimself and household from the FIRE, on WEDN last, bees to offer his sincere Thanks to those who so/readily assisted in saving his Property from the fl.imes. It impossible for him express how much he f
April 4, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England