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FIFESHIRE JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1839.

FIFESHIRE JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1839.

April 18, 1839 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
ANCIENT CONCERTS.

ANCIENT CONCERTS.

—*> 'Ihe second concert took place last night, uuder fhe direc- j th. ll of the Archbishop of York, who made* the following [ eicelleut selecti on : — PART I. [ Opruing of Dettinpen Te Deum Handel. I Song, '• Holy, holy," Mrs. Kuyvett Handel." j Glee, " Eiovr, pft-ntle g .les,"
April 18, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
?? T lated and Published at No. 336, Strand, London, by TMu >i "• > PAYNE, PriaUr, at No. 33,

?? T lated and Published at No. 336, Strand, London, by TMu >i "• > PAYNE, PriaUr, at No. 33,

Pemhroka-aquar*, Kensington, m '-" County of ?? April!*, 1839.
April 18, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL.

EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL.

Liverpool, Wednesday Evening, Six o'clock. 2.IVE3POOL SHIP NEWS. Wednesday, Afbil 17. Wind WNW, fresh. High water 20. A vessel, apparently a hngantine, is sunk near the North-east Buoy i a boat marked " Byron of Bristol, Win. Prewett " was seen near the wreck. ' The Priseilla, f
April 18, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
another part our paper will found a correspondence between the friends Lady Hastings and Lord Melbourne, respecting the infamous treatment

another part our paper will found a correspondence between the friends Lady Hastings and Lord Melbourne, respecting the infamous treatment

which that much-injured woman has recently received at the Court Queen Victoria, the particulars of which we have, from time time, laid before our readers. That man, whatever party he may be, who is not touched by the letters written behalf of Lady F. Hastings, and who does not
April 18, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Dear Sir, of your medicine in curing our children of the Hooping lias been like magic, for which and Mrs.

Dear Sir, of your medicine in curing our children of the Hooping lias been like magic, for which and Mrs.

Wilson, retururour grateful acknowledgments, and the little W.s shall aril lo«g, to thank you in person. Rely oil it, in our doctor future. me, yours, very respectfully, "J. WILSON.** " Liverpool, Dec. 1834. " My dear Sir,—You most assuredly deserve the thanks of society for pre
April 18, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
VERY CAPITAL ty. LEASEHOLD RESIDENCES, **wly.built, welt-arranged Coach-house and Stable, SYDNEY PLACE, BATH, face with Sydney Gardens, VauxlialT7 BE SOLD

VERY CAPITAL ty. LEASEHOLD RESIDENCES, **wly.built, welt-arranged Coach-house and Stable, SYDNEY PLACE, BATH, face with Sydney Gardens, VauxlialT7 BE SOLD

BY AUd/o N, Mr. STAFFORD and SON, (by direction OF THE EXtCUToifS,) «o r th ' ir ROOMS, in MILSOM STREET, *»ond*t, the22d day of April, 1839, 12 for 1 o'Clock precisely, in Lots— 7 very Complete and Commodious Private DWELLING- HOUSES, in Old Sydney ; ' the Property and Residenc
April 18, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE DOCTOR,

THE DOCTOR,

Two Guineas each Marc, and Five Shillings the Groom. The Doctob is a Dark Hrown Horse, stands 16 hands high, and has extraordinary power, with fine action, and has proved himself excellent Stock getter. SAMPSON, Two Pounds, and Five Shillings the Groom. Sampson is a dark brown,
April 18, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
BERROW S WORCESTER JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1839.

BERROW S WORCESTER JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1839.

Uith new totho corrfct underaUnding of the principles end the object. „f Lord June Ku-ecc'. ■notion of Mond.y evening, and of the amend,nent moved thereupon Sir Hobkkt Pavi., , e deem it n phrase) to set out, in the first place, the specific term, of each, that our render, may f
April 18, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

At meeting on Thursday last of the Worcester Union Board of Guardians, John Thomas, Esq., in the Chair, the resignation the Rev. T. Davis, late Chaplain, was aesapted ; upon which the Chairman proposed the Rev. John Arlington as gentleman every way qualified to fill the vacancy,
April 18, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England