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-On Thursday the 11th mst„ Bolton-by-Bow and, , the Rev R. Goodenough, vicar of l.iU.ngliam, Yorkshire, by the ... j

-On Thursday the 11th mst„ Bolton-by-Bow and, , the Rev R. Goodenough, vicar of l.iU.ngliam, Yorkshire, by the ... j

scrond sOll of and K. C. H. to CaroUne, IIIFD—On the 11th inst., at Wokingham, at a very advanced MollonV. who was for about half a century the faith sleward over Berkshire estates of the House Brayful nana stewa of rectitade> acC ompamed An m»evw «•s , for him tht . per ect con
April 20, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Parliamentary Proceedings.

Parliamentary Proceedings.

{Continued from fourth page.) 1834, ns comparer! with the years ia37 and 1838. In the two 1833 and 1834, the number of commitments was 39,200, while the convictions amounted 25,6 Q 7 ; anrl in 1837 anil the number of commitments was 89f>, whereas the number of convictions was 38
April 20, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CORONER'S INQUESTS.

CORONER'S INQUESTS.

On Friday last, at twelve o'clock, Mr. Carrick coroner, arrived at Bowness, to hold inquest on the body of captain Joseph Shacklev, whose death was noticed in the Journal of last week. The Court was holden at Mrs. Frankland's, at Port Carlisle, where the body was lying. Mr. Wann
April 20, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
To Correspondents.

To Correspondents.

" The Revilers and the Ghost," though possessing much talent, is not suited to our columns, and decline it with thanks.
April 19, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
PUBLIC SALES

PUBLIC SALES

y (Advertised in this week's Chronicle.) page S. Deacon—C.retton—April 23—Wood 1 J. Thorpe—Granbv Arms, Waddingham—May I—Wood 1 W. Smith— l.angrick Ferry—April Land,'Brothertoft •• 1 Burton & Clark—Stathern Plantation—April 24—Ash Poles J. Roberts—Breather Hills—April 22—Beasts
April 19, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOLLAND SESSIONS.

HOLLAND SESSIONS.

Spalding, adjournment, Monday, April 15, before Rev. William Moore, D.D., chairman, the Rev. Chas. Mooore, and James Morton, Clerks, and Maurice Johnson, Esq. Against William Mason, for stealing sovereigns and one shilling from William Wilcox, of Holbeach, laborer, true bill : g
April 19, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWLY-INVENTED DRILL. WM.GROUNSELL, 0 f Louth, wishes to inform farmers and agriculturists that he will have his Drill at Lincoln

NEWLY-INVENTED DRILL. WM.GROUNSELL, 0 f Louth, wishes to inform farmers and agriculturists that he will have his Drill at Lincoln

on the and inst., where it may be seen on application at Mr. Kky's, Machine-maker and Ironfounder, near the Beast Fair. The Drill is so constructed that W. G. engages it shall deposit any quantity of Bone or Artificial Manure any distance that may be required, one plate being ma
April 19, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
Saturday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Saturday's and Tuesday's Posts.

LONDON, MONDAY, APRIL 15. Fitance.—Since the appointment of tbe interim Ministry and the meeting of the Chambers, n<> event of any importance has disturbed the calm the Fiench ministerial crisis, unless be the gathering of some thousand Parisian bttdauds certain points, by and d
April 18, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
SALISBURY.

SALISBURY.

We understand that the Rev. John Radford, of Trowbridge, will preach the anniversary sermon in aid the funds of the Fisherton Sunday Schools, Sunday next, April 21. Mr. Rayenhill, of Warminster, (a magistrate of the county), accidently dropped his purae from his carriage, as lie
April 18, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

MONDAY, April 15. Petitions were presented by the Bishop of Hereford and the Dulx of Cleveland, from the Mayor and Corporation of Hereford, from the inhabitants Stockton 00-Tees, and from Worthington, in favour of Mr. Rowland Hill'a plan of Penny Postage.-*— We are glad to find
April 18, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England