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LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S RESOLUTION AND MR. T. DUNCOMBES AMENDMENT.

LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S RESOLUTION AND MR. T. DUNCOMBES AMENDMENT.

• MBE'S AMENDME to one coo„ , ; " Albany, April 20, 1S39. nn t0 k '"> » the t„ .' n V as I found ** "*Mop*ed it, in the some of* in it nothing but distinct and , * Lord f¥ft¥«.nU' i ■ ■ . "-mented approval sadann.stration Ireland, and distinct •'"lendrnent » H,,,st Mr ' buncombe
April 27, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CHINA AND GLASS WAREHOUSE. '$ Q 39, CASTLE STREET, JT AS just laid new and valuable STOCK of CHINA, GLASS

CHINA AND GLASS WAREHOUSE. '$ Q 39, CASTLE STREET, JT AS just laid new and valuable STOCK of CHINA, GLASS

m ° St lendid liable Patterns, and respec hiyites fn i N WARE others to an inspection of is expensive ' myites the attention of Strangers and w . sir on- 111 meet ,tb of the largest, and most varied STOCKS EARTHENWARE, ih the North of England selected ro.n the fir«t H„l°^ C GLAS
April 27, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
HANG FOR SALE. SALE, Fine-Tonod FIANO.FORTE, \jr with Six Octavos, nearly new. Apply to Mr. Jefferson, Hook and Music Seller,

HANG FOR SALE. SALE, Fine-Tonod FIANO.FORTE, \jr with Six Octavos, nearly new. Apply to Mr. Jefferson, Hook and Music Seller,

Carlisle. GROCERY AND PROVISION BUSINESS \ TO BE DISPOSED OF. LET, and may Entered upon imme- diatelv, or at Whitsuntide first, commodious SHOP, with CELLAR and HOUSE attached, well calculated for extensive Business, and has been for several years established a and Provision Sho
April 27, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
REDDITCH.

REDDITCH.

Awful Accident.—On Friday morning last, a person of the name of Rogers met his death in a sudden and dreadful manner, tbe Needle-pointing mill, attached to the corn mill Mr. W. Balden, near this town. The process of forming the points of needles is an unwholesome and dangerous e
April 24, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
POLICE OFFICE-Arßii. 16. Magistrates present—Robert Scott, and Joseph King, Esqrs. William Sargeant, Zephaniah Wainwright, Edward Noden, Joseph Lavender, John Stevens,

POLICE OFFICE-Arßii. 16. Magistrates present—Robert Scott, and Joseph King, Esqrs. William Sargeant, Zephaniah Wainwright, Edward Noden, Joseph Lavender, John Stevens,

Charles Newton, James Wainwright, Thos. Richards, and Thomas Perrins, were each lined five shillings and expenses, for absenting themselves from the service of James Foster, Esq. From the evidence Mr. Foster, Mr. Hughes, manager the Stourbridge Lou Works, and Mr. Porter, superin
April 24, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WORCESTER MARKET.

WORCESTER MARKET.

Worcester, April 20.—Our market was rather largely supplied with English Wheat, for which the farmers would not submit to much less than our hist week's rates, but there were no buyers except at a reduction of 2s. per qr., say for fine red to 775., white 775. 80*. per imp. qr. M
April 24, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

HOUSE of LORDS, Monday, April 22. Trie Earl of Stradbroke was appointed on the committee the -.tate Ireland in the room of Lord Radnor, who declined to act. number of petitions were presented, and amongst them were many favour of Mr. Hill's postage plan. Lord Brougham stated, an
April 26, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

I From the Mark-Lane Express.l The wind, which had previously been constantly easterly for nearly three weeks, veered round the southwest on Sunday la«t, and since that period succession of genial showers have fallen in the neighbourhood of the metropolis, by which vegetation ha
April 25, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
MALMESBURY.

MALMESBURY.

Last Thursday night Mr. Killard's celebrated old Horse SartoYious, became entangled in bis halter, and Friday morning be was found, quite dead in bia stable. Thursday Samuel Rimell, Thomas Smith, and James pari of gang of fellows who have long infested the streets of the town, w
April 25, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
TIDE TAB LE. .'7:y Water fa*Jter Hi«h Water at Li- j •at*. laUr /rase. vvrpool * APRIL. MORN. EVEN. T.

TIDE TAB LE. .'7:y Water fa*Jter Hi«h Water at Li- j •at*. laUr /rase. vvrpool * APRIL. MORN. EVEN. T.

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April 26, 1839 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England