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Jn c ? GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION, ?? s »r.» 1> AN ' YN splendid and powerful flrst-class STEAM- ■Bn l

Jn c ? GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION, ?? s »r.» 1> AN ' YN splendid and powerful flrst-class STEAM- ■Bn l

M ointed to VAIL for- ■ ?? fro '" URUNSWICK WHARF, BLACKWALL., c is, , „K SD* ,Y and SATURDAY NIGHT, at 10. _? Mid <vY.V\_ fl ?? DOWNE'S WHARF, EVERY WEDNES- r>I-*ni\.J. ?? NIGHT, at Kight. '-A^D.froni DOWNE'S WH\RF, the 30th of April, ?? lt'll ?? Vt ' r V "nbsequent I UE>DAY. •
April 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TRIUMPH OF CONSERVATISM AT THE IRISH.REGISTRIES..(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.).Dublin, April 18.

TRIUMPH OF CONSERVATISM AT THE IRISH.REGISTRIES..(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.).Dublin, April 18.

TRIUMPH OF CONSERVATISM AT THE IRISH REGISTRIES. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) Dublin, April 18. The Quarterly Registry Sessions for the county of Dublin terminated yesterday at Ballymore Eustace, the result of which has been as follows : — Conservatives registered, 47 ; Radicals, 25 ;
April 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARI^jiiJjj

TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARI^jiiJjj

lewKes-u.,,-^, Sir, Disappointed as the Conservatives wcie a- lection, we have reason now to rejoice at the antic £-a , future contest, particularly on perceiving a sou 0' J^ rohn Martin " voting with Tom Duncombe, tr £ for * tfr. Martin's last vote has sealed his doom as M..r>
April 24, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MINISTERS AND IRISH AFFAIRS.

MINISTERS AND IRISH AFFAIRS.

(From the Private Correspondence of the Dublin Evening Mail.) " London, Monday. "It was currently reported to-day that Lord Melbourne, at the sitting of the house of peers this evening, would give notice of motion for rescinding the resolution for proceeding with the inquiry res
April 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LORD PLUNKETT.

LORD PLUNKETT.

(From the Dublin Monitor.) " Hannibal patriotism" has passed into r and Lord Plunkett has become identified w't" principles. He declared when the Union was Jj to be thrust on the country, that he would children swear hostility to their country's and sacrifice them to work out th
April 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LADY FLORA HASTINGS.

LADY FLORA HASTINGS.

(From the fhe unhappy and , Herald). at tne roy * ■ rather indelicate, oc- . detailing the actual (fry journal 'he impertinence tit , cm * ,re ' incurring thereby this affair felt th' ser to which, from the fee been; in ed „ot - should .eir scope been no Z ch eerfully rendered,
April 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SU MM R FASHION^ .—MRS. to the ladies of Manchester and vicinity her rtmnr'' m[T" ''and begs to say her

SU MM R FASHION^ .—MRS. to the ladies of Manchester and vicinity her rtmnr'' m[T" ''and begs to say her

FASHIONS for the ptVseTt season will ready for INSPECTION on Tuesday next, the instant. 10, St. Anns-square. OMERSET-HOUSE, 5, Oldham-street, near Piccadilly.—CHAßLES JO»NSONJbegs to inform the ladies of Manchester and its viVn*v,/natyMiss Lock| wood (his milliner) is now in of
April 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Dp auction. Valuable Law Library. Office Furniture, .J-c. By Mr. CAPES, at the Office, No. 26, Charlotte-street, Manchester, on Monday

Dp auction. Valuable Law Library. Office Furniture, .J-c. By Mr. CAPES, at the Office, No. 26, Charlotte-street, Manchester, on Monday

the 29th day April, at ten o'clock in the morning: THE Whole of the VALUABLE LAW LIBRARY, excellent OFFICE FIXTURES. Ac. The Books comprise Wentworth's System of Pleadimr, vols.; Montague's Bankruptcy Laws. 4 vols.; Tidd's Practice. 2 vol*., Gilbert's Law of Evidence, 3 vols.; E
April 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Auction. Bankrupt's Effects—Exempt frvm Duty. Mr. T. M. FISHER, (by order of the assignees John Hradshaw, a bankrupt) in the

Auction. Bankrupt's Effects—Exempt frvm Duty. Mr. T. M. FISHER, (by order of the assignees John Hradshaw, a bankrupt) in the

Field the top Crownstreet, near Jackson's-lanc, Hulmo. on Tuesday the day April, 1839. at eleven o'clock in tho foreno >n precisely, in lots to suit purchasers : AL A G E ENGLISH TIMBER, consisting bjreli, elm, sveamore, Spanish, eliesnut, &c. lugs Vmpted for railways, c dliers,
April 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sale* Auction. By THOMAS BRIGGS, Friday, the 3rd day Slay, 1&39, at Marlborough-eresccnt, near the Turf Tavern, Kersal Moor: ONE

Sale* Auction. By THOMAS BRIGGS, Friday, the 3rd day Slay, 1&39, at Marlborough-eresccnt, near the Turf Tavern, Kersal Moor: ONE

STACK of HAY/ about 4000 stones, be sold in piujChasera—For further particulars apply at Jnr. "S, Turf Tavern aforesjiid; or to THOMAS BRIGOS, Auctioneer, Whi tcticld.—Sale to commence one o'clock the afternoon. Building Materials. By Mr. OANDELET, on Monday, 2!>th of April, 183
April 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England