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Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

The people ofthe French capital are absorbed by political speculations, and the newspapers present little else except evidence of that dire commercial ruin by which violent political feeling is ever attended. The protested bills of single day last week amounted to the almost inc
April 19, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOROUGH EASTER SESSIONS.

BOROUGH EASTER SESSIONS.

BOR OUGH EASTER. SESSIONS. ir- 'ELD AT THlE (ILU.Dit ALL ON 'j'ltlSnoAY, Atl'L 11, IS39. t [1?'filTe JoWiN .t2A.LUY, Ea,. Itn'eri'.J 0 The (Court wtas opened in the usual form, and when h ?? the p!'oclamat ion against vice aned imnmorality had been t} read by the Tow n (t'ler, th
April 17, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.

-a Is -ibAadRepsln (Goliutsssedj~rofn rne aspust yv9.) HOUSE OF LORDS. a Lord Syrave Tuseday, April 16 II,'N 5 LodSgaepresented a Petitioss from the hn a vc'rs of Gloestershire praying for relief. The Noble Lord also presented at petition from the high sheriff. am) magistrates o
April 20, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1839.

PRESTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1839.

Ii THEE CHRONICLEaJ YP it SPMRSTON, SATURDA Y, APRfiL 20, 1839. -, _ _ _, _ _ _ . : _ L :. _ I _: _ _ _ _, L = - ' iuftll(INStSiidtAJ. CRnSIS D~udLTlc ISl Ts1c'4HoxiU OFi "C6stWit2W'N hd'W e W ?? in hnoile'r' flart jf the pa0er, ,opiqqnd:lsqpqfilt 5ia q.outlinc of the deblate as
April 20, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

To be Let, Turnished, SEA.VIEW, LODGING-HOUSE, Adliacent to the Penr'hyne Arms Hotel, Bangor. jllE llou-c consists of Breakfast-room, Dining. room, and Drawing-room ; three single-bedded 2 sod to double-bedded Bedrooms ; a good Kitchen A mnd Cellars, Coach-house and Stable. Posse
April 16, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

An Abstract of the Net Produce the Revenue of Great Britain, in the Years and Quar’ers ended sth Aaril, lB3Sand 1839, showing the Increase or Decrease on eacli head thereof.
April 18, 1839 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
quit# rade rtrrt niake i Mondont w*i lift. io«* >ath«r for metl with will ffointo Cun hr trunj which h»

quit# rade rtrrt niake i Mondont w*i lift. io«* >ath«r for metl with will ffointo Cun hr trunj which h»

r with the Wheel ■lertvinrd period tctrcel? » kee If effreird i he priree here keen et ah Jey'e q»o--ir demand con'd Irena- . :«s >1 .. «• .. *»• .. «» .. JJ. * . 14. «4 .. 60. wretbrr hid -wit COll curriencira 81b, end , » »up«rior. y l»n»hlr, lly, in •<>“• arab» w«r« day** the
April 20, 1839 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
ICHMAM.

ICHMAM.

name of ibt re*poct«fJ fjf ;orrc*poo<Uol c»m« from lioaiunicArioos :cun®J lh* but li term! u« to h»va AN» Dlfft- la ,r M C. 0»>- e.i llirmtsli Hie who »»ciih tod customs ( ,h.«a' position his descnpt'rom joii, l and al Uaslcs, ltd. L»us»n»* Zmich; lh« uascllcr ncal tact* ei>« me
April 20, 1839 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
ORtaiNAt rorrnr. teeing, the .hipping li.t. tf>er the lit. .lor-, it,, words oftto eype.ted, rt Crew l)l«*wned. Soon stid I

ORtaiNAt rorrnr. teeing, the .hipping li.t. tf>er the lit. .lor-, it,, words oftto eype.ted, rt Crew l)l«*wned. Soon stid I

hot who thtll gire Ihe tt e Of horror eiltl htetlh. »ll it* mournful who »r*rp the of death . l-'ntnt i!m* timt hreete ibnl the sails, the vessel's flight; With heitls vrhr.se mam hrpea wciddoom ,1 perish-in that mght. To the atroi.g wind, which stronger grew Till swollen to gal
April 20, 1839 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
WIIiSONS AND'SINCI.AIRLETTER-FOUNDERS, EDINBURGH. THE CO-PARTNERY between ALEXANDER WILSON and PATRICK WILSON, and DUNCAN SINCLAIR, carrying on Business under the Firm

WIIiSONS AND'SINCI.AIRLETTER-FOUNDERS, EDINBURGH. THE CO-PARTNERY between ALEXANDER WILSON and PATRICK WILSON, and DUNCAN SINCLAIR, carrying on Business under the Firm

of IVi/sont and Sinclair, Letter-Founders, Edinburgh, was this Day DISSOLVED mutual due by the late Firm will be settled by Messrs. Alexander and Patrick Wilson, who are to carry on the Business as formerly in New Street, and who are authorised to collect all the Debts due to th
April 16, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England