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Winchester. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1839.

Winchester. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1839.

A atu, rL 8ter. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1839. The County Sessions terminated this (Satur- day) morning. The Court was occupied nearly the whole of Thursday with an ayppeal against a conviction of the Magistrates of the Odiham Division, under the the Game Laws. The Court quashed the c
April 15, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SUSPECTED MURDER AT BRIGHTON.

SUSPECTED MURDER AT BRIGHTON.

SUPETE I--- -- --UReRnAT .T.. Sundalay morning the neighbouhliood of ?? wardl.street, leading from which are several of the lowest streets in Brighton, was thrown into a state of great ex- citement, in consequence. of the discovery of the body * r of si Jtt 1a olia itian,,, the
April 15, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. It

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. It

HOUSE OF COMMONS. i MONDAY, APRIL 15.— ORDERS OF THE DAY. ( 3«n'..rupts (Ireland) Bill — committee. Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Bill— committee. Waterford Fever Hospital Bill— committee. Sewers Bill- second reading. British Museum Buildings Bill— committee to be nominated.
April 15, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The attention the Readers of this paper is directed to thefollowing cornmunicatkmaddressed to Jfeiwrj.RowLANn and Son, 20, Hatton Garden, London

The attention the Readers of this paper is directed to thefollowing cornmunicatkmaddressed to Jfeiwrj.RowLANn and Son, 20, Hatton Garden, London

:— Gentlemen have been prevailed upon by friend to try your Macassar Oil, and have indeed found it of antaz- ! ins benefit in my family four of my children a few years I ago were ill with the Scarlet Fever, and until about three I months since, there was not the least appearance
April 15, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LIFE* FIRE INSURANCE RATES RED! CEP. 'MM EDI ATE BENEFITS offered the Public— L Lifk Annuity calculated Equitable For .un

LIFE* FIRE INSURANCE RATES RED! CEP. 'MM EDI ATE BENEFITS offered the Public— L Lifk Annuity calculated Equitable For .un

fit —For every £100 deposited this Assort.t-on will grant the Annuity placed opposite the Ace i arty depositing.—From .£5O and upwards ppaportion. ,ge 30 to to to 50 to to £8 10 0I £S 0 o £10 Per Cent. | Per Cent. | PerCent, Per Cent. j Per C :nt. Age to to to 80. £\i 10 » | I*"
April 15, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SEIZURE OF TUB PILOT IN THE BXPRKSS PACKET.

SEIZURE OF TUB PILOT IN THE BXPRKSS PACKET.

Lord PALMERSTON said that he had a communication to make which he entertained no doubt would be highly satisfactory to that house; it related to the seizure, by command of French naval officer, of pilot who was on board tho Express packet, in the Gulf of Mexico, and who at the t
April 15, 1839 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
FORGERY ON THE CORNISH BANK

FORGERY ON THE CORNISH BANK

Thomas Merit was indicted for feloniously having in his possession a plate, on which was engraved a promissory note of a bank for 5/., without lawful authority. Frederick John Williams said he was an engraver, residing at 22, Princes-street, Soho. The prisoner came to his shop o
April 15, 1839 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
BELL'S WEEKLY MESSENGER.

BELL'S WEEKLY MESSENGER.

Msrylebone.—Molt Complaikts aoaikst the Childbex’s Fbibhd Society,” Death Captaih Bbektoh, the Foonbeb.—On Tnepiay Mrs. Bay, re- Bpettahle laundreu, of Orapevine-houie, Farn-lam, Walhamgieen, entered the office, accompanied by her huaband, and said the aceounla in the nowapapera
April 15, 1839 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE FOREIGN GRAIN MARKET.

THE FOREIGN GRAIN MARKET.

The Continental advices received within the last few days, •tate that the supplies of grain were becoming more abundant, and that the trade was heavy. The Hamburgh mail of the 10th instant brings the rc]H)rt of the grain market of that place, from which find that the supply of w
April 15, 1839 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England