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STEEPLE RACING.

STEEPLE RACING.

WELLINGTON STEEPLE BACK. On Wednesday the village of Admaston, near Wellington, presented scene of bustle and excitement calculated diffuse joy and hilarity through the heart of every English sportsman. The weather was delightful. The number of horses entered, with the anxiety o
April 20, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
LATEST PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS—THURSDAY. Lord inquired whether was the intention of the Marquis of Lansdowne to attend the committee crime in Ireland. Lord LANSDOWNE intimated, that Loth himself and the Marquis of Normanhy conceived that the committee being of a criminatory nature, they felt th
April 20, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
ARMITAGE PARK. extensive and valuable assembfcgf of genteel and modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, -capital BREWING VESSELS, DAIRY UTENSILS, Fine-Toned PIANO-FORTES, GUNS,

ARMITAGE PARK. extensive and valuable assembfcgf of genteel and modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, -capital BREWING VESSELS, DAIRY UTENSILS, Fine-Toned PIANO-FORTES, GUNS,

GLASS, with a multiplicity of otfaer Effects. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By BREAREY and SON, (Without reserve,) the property of Thomas Henry Lister, Esq., at ARMITAGE PARK, near RUGELEY, in the county of Stafford, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, the 22nd 23rd, 2
April 20, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
TRAVELLERS' WONDER* TH BELGIUM:.-No. IV.

TRAVELLERS' WONDER* TH BELGIUM:.-No. IV.

TRAVELLERS' WONDER* TH BELGIUM: -No. IV. (From our own Correspondent.) T _ n _ ?? . BRUSSELS. I ravelling by the Belgian Railway is cllttip> ?? dan . s-ereus, and uncomfortable. They boast that it has cost less lan any other in Euro,*, but it is really little more than hall railr
April 16, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MARKL IS.

THE MARKL IS.

THE M ARKL IS. H \ . M \U X I.TS. Vpril ?? pei load ol 36 titisses.l -HiMiifi.,.. | „ 1P |i phn( | Meadow aud Ryegrass Hay, '" l<> ?? Inferior ditto, Bos. to ?? ; New Hay. —9. lo- -. ; < lover. 115* to ?? ; Straw. 1,-. to 4' •*. b '.Kvi* I vrk.— Fine I'plaod Meadow aod Ryegra.-s
April 17, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BRUSSELS, DUTCH, # GERMANPAPERS.

BRUSSELS, DUTCH, # GERMANPAPERS.

BRUSSELS, DUTCH, # GERMAN PAPERS. BRUSSELS, April 11. i esterday the king transacted business successively with the Ministers of the Interior and Foreign Affairs and the Mi- nister of Finance. Hi. Majesty gave an audience of leave to the Baron de Behr, resident Minister at Consta
April 15, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.., _

THE MARKETS.., _

THE MARKETS. , _ WAV. MARK ETS, April 13.-( At per load of 36 trusses.) , Smithfield.— Fine Upland Meadow and Ryegrass Hay, ' LK's. to 10o_; Inferior ditto, 85s. to 905. ; New Hay, — s. lo —s. ; t lover, 115s. to 1265.; Straw. 40s. to 42. Urgent s Park.— Fine Upland Meadow and Ry
April 15, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
YORK AND NORTH MIDLAND RAILROAD.

YORK AND NORTH MIDLAND RAILROAD.

EXPERIMENTAL TRIP OF THE DIRECTORS AND THEIR FRIENDS. Yesterday (Friday) morning, the directors of this company made their second trip, for the two fold purpose of examining the progress the works and trying the power ihe It had become partially known in the early part of tho we
April 20, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
YORK POOR-LAW UNION.

YORK POOR-LAW UNION.

The weekly meeting of the board was held on Thursday last, when there was only a thin attendance of guardiaus. C. H. Elsley", Esq., took the chair, for the first time since his re-election to the office of President, and returned thanks for the honour conferred upon him. He rema
April 20, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
NORTH DEVON CLUB OF LIBERAL AND HONOURABLE FELLON.

NORTH DEVON CLUB OF LIBERAL AND HONOURABLE FELLON.

There shordd certainly in each county he es Club of the persons whose conversations should'f xC V), be excluded all other Society." —Spectator, No#f This Club, consisting only of men of continue long, most of the members being put to the j. hanged soon after its institution." —S
April 20, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England