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(From the Waterford Mail.)

(From the Waterford Mail.)

(From the Wulterjord Mail.) lit a Weo have this day to put on record three murders- b mitn- one from the Gaette, twofrom the provinciel journals, II tile The former nddsucatslogte ofwnhitehjoy cffieices in the DI nore county of'I'ipperary, and some ?? Alt's exploits rc ithis in t
April 16, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
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J ULL AND. c- (From our Correspondent.) DUBLIN, April 14. The committee appointed to prepare the memorial to the commissioners of police, in reference to the ruffian violence ot the di guised constables at the Precursor meeting at the the- alre, have completed their task, and num
April 16, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPORTING.. •

SPORTING.. •

SPORTING. • NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING _« - vn 50.., for four years old, 7st. 101b. ; Bye years, .st. _b ■ ?? V ' aged. 9st. Last three miles of B.C. ' ' ye * rs aR(I Lord G. Bentinck 'i Grey Momus, 4 yrs. . . 1 „ Handicap Sweepstakes of 10 soy. each, for three JMt , oM *™ ov
April 16, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.. 4»

SHIP NEWS.. 4»

SHIP NEWS. 4» CUSTOM HOUSE, April 15. Entered Inwards.— The Columbine, Norwood, from c Rotterdam; Ramona, Middleton, from Calais; Harlequin. » Slrannack, from Boulogne; Vivacious, Proom, from Lisbon; Giraffe, Slrannack, from Havre; Menai, Phillips, from Ant- e werp. n Entered Out
April 16, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Furniture, Linen, Books, Store Casks, and others.—By Sir. HENSHAW, without reserve, on the Premises, No. 2, Bath-street, Newgate-atreet, City, on

Furniture, Linen, Books, Store Casks, and others.—By Sir. HENSHAW, without reserve, on the Premises, No. 2, Bath-street, Newgate-atreet, City, on

FRIDAY, May 26, by order of the Representatives of Sirs. Reeves, deceased, INCLUDING capital seasoned Goose-feather Beds, bedding, double and single chests of drawers, sets of mahogany chairs and tablet, secretaire, sideboard, chimney, pier, and dreasing, glasses, sofa, culinary
April 16, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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April 16, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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3 11 « OtWr Tabloa, rivinf Preminau fur all tke vahctioo Lift AMurmocto, may bo bad at the Oficr. AppUeatiea tor Sham to ■ado to aay of tho Biaacbos tbo Loadoo aad WooUaiartor Baak; for Sham, Policioo, or Aaaaitioo, to G. Q. Kirby, Eoq., Maaafiaf Diroctor, 11, Watorloa>riaico, or
April 16, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NEW RELIGIOUI

NEW RELIGIOUI

PERIODICAL. Jast aabliohod. VOICE OP THE CHURCH. Part IL. poaro. oootaiaiHß lam Sro. para.—lt eoapngto:— Tki Ol.ro Poaeo tholaeioat Chofoß—Para' toMod Ark of Cbrirt'o Chaicb; phraM of Prayov i Samoa, Buhop Hall- Projadicraaadeoiuarrrofaiaot bar -Pootho Church of eeaai. tryTraadS
April 16, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BBTBMBIVB VBLOMY BY A YOUTH.

BBTBMBIVB VBLOMY BY A YOUTH.

William Henry t'urber, 17, was indicted fur having feloniously stolen one letter, one Bank of England note of the value of £5(O, and two Bank of England notes of the value of each. There were two counts in the indictment—one stating the money to have been the property of William
April 16, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY GEORGE MEGGY

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY GEORGE MEGGY

LONDON AGENTS No. 3058.] READY MONEY WITH ADVERTISEMENTS. MRWTOS AMD CO. WARWICK>COC«T. MCWOATC ays BBT. a, VLBItT-aißan.
April 16, 1839 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England