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NEW STOCK OF LINEN ASfD WOOLLEN DRAPERY, SILK MERCERY, &c. E. COCKSHUTT BEGS respectfully to announce to his Friends and

NEW STOCK OF LINEN ASfD WOOLLEN DRAPERY, SILK MERCERY, &c. E. COCKSHUTT BEGS respectfully to announce to his Friends and

the Public generally, that he has OPENED The Shop lately Occupied Mr Atkinson, Draper, On the North Side of St. George's Chapel, with an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF GOODS, personally selected from the best Markets, and which he will Sell reasonable price*. E. C. feeling confident that
April 27, 1839 - Kendal Mercury - Kendal, Westmorland, England
 
SPORTING ZNTEZ.X.XOENCE.

SPORTING ZNTEZ.X.XOENCE.

TATTERS ALL’S, MONDAY. The room was excessively crowded for several hours, but betting, brisk at first, was dull on the whole. The four principle favourites for the Derby are clustered together, Caesar, without being tracked to any amount, having a marked preference. 7to I was l
April 27, 1839 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
I* A RLI A M ENT AR V M E WO HA N DA,

I* A RLI A M ENT AR V M E WO HA N DA,

I* A RLI A ENT AR V E WO DA, A bill has been brought into the House of Commons the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and read second lime, which purports to to consolidate and amend the laws to collect the Excise Duties »n Paper, in which clause is introduced to compel die payment of
April 25, 1839 - Dorset County Chronicle - Dorchester, Dorset, England
 
THE DORSET COUNTY CHRONICLE AND SOMERSETSHIRE GAZETTE. *

THE DORSET COUNTY CHRONICLE AND SOMERSETSHIRE GAZETTE. *

Sir Kramcis allempted in rain to address the house, the cal’s for divition being general. I. Td .lohn Ki ssei i. briefly replied, and divisioa took place, when there appeared— For Sir K. Peel’s amendment... | Against it 3111 Allnjority in favour of .Ministers Another division to
April 25, 1839 - Dorset County Chronicle - Dorchester, Dorset, England
 
FRAMPTONS PILLorHEMTH

FRAMPTONS PILLorHEMTH

PILLorHEMTH unezampled surcesa ofFRAMPTON’S 1 Pll-I ok £AL 1 cals for particular ai*t«n-non P.. give immediate reliet in a bu** mt >. and wmdv {•ompjj.nta, • bole tram w«||. ► no- *y fr-.m a weak stomach *iij. .ted aecrerion. indigestion, pain the pit the an. act 1 out or »ick he
April 26, 1839 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
WANTED,

WANTED,

A NUMBER of BOYS, GIRLS, and WOMEN, to work at the Trade. Industrious Steady hands may obtain Good Wages. The employment is light and clean. Application to be made at the Silk Mills, Chesterfield, April 19th, 1839.
April 27, 1839 - Derbyshire Courier - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
Monday. TUESDAY.

Monday. TUESDAY.

The Bishop of Exeter, upon Lord Melbourne’s moving the order the day for the second reading of the Dean of Exeter’s Appointment Bill, required the noble Viscount whether objected to the production of the correspondence between the Chapter Exeter and her Majesty’s government, upo
April 27, 1839 - Derbyshire Courier - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, THURSDAY, SEVEN O’CLOCK PUICS9 OF BHITISH STOCKS THIS DAY AT TWO. Bank Stock S per Reduced, per

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, THURSDAY, SEVEN O’CLOCK PUICS9 OF BHITISH STOCKS THIS DAY AT TWO. Bank Stock S per Reduced, per

Ct. Consols, 3 Ditto for Account, 934 34 per Cent. Ditto Reduced Ditto ditto. New 4 per Cent. India Stock Ditto Bonds, Ann. (Jan. 1860) 9-16 Ditto New (ditto) Ditto (Oct. 1859) 5-16 Ditto (Jan. 18S0) Exchequer Bills [ K3 THIS DAY AT ONE. Mexican 5 per cent. Mexican per cents. Pe
April 27, 1839 - Derbyshire Courier - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, April 19.

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, April 19.

Our supply of whi-at considerable, general one of the trade is very dull, and buyers act with the greatest caution. s be slated ful per quarter below the rates of , week. Barley u scarce, and Is per qr. dearer. Oats, shelling, and beans, °t vaiy. whole the business done was very
April 27, 1839 - Derbyshire Courier - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
VARIETIES. A Match for Jonathan Tie a sheet of the paper to the tail of kite, ami when it comes

VARIETIES. A Match for Jonathan Tie a sheet of the paper to the tail of kite, ami when it comes

down you will have a view the earth upon it. A Philadelphia advertisement reads thus—“ Wanted, a coachman take care pair horses a religious turn mind.” The Modern Republic. —The Georgia legislature, under the free banking law, has provided that the capital stock may be paid in n
April 27, 1839 - Derbyshire Courier - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England