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NOTICES or ATFTV PUBLICATIONS.

NOTICES or ATFTV PUBLICATIONS.

, THE CHURCH MAGAZINE. The professed object of this magazine is, we are informed by the publishers' notice, to instruct the body of the people in those doctrines whereby the Church of England is distinguished from that of Rome. The articles which it contains seem to be well and
April 29, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS. s ON THE or MONTH. Ia consequence of the WBSTCHBSTER being damaged so seriously as

NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS. s ON THE or MONTH. Ia consequence of the WBSTCHBSTER being damaged so seriously as

to render it impossible for her to be ready for sea by the let proximo, the fine first class American Ship HARKAWAY, Captain J. Y. Nrcirotaox, will take her place in the Line, and leave here as the Packet of the let of May. HA RKA WAY, J. Y. tons, let May. VIRGINIAN, I. HARRIS -
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DIED,

DIED,

Lately, at Plymouth, aged 82, the Rev. J m . Burgess, Wesleyan minister. This venerable man was originally an officer in the army, and afterwards became the friend and correspondent of Wesley, by whom he was called to the ministry of the Gospel. Lately, in Spotland Workhouse, Ro
April 29, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
LOCAL IN7:ELLIGENCE. At a general meeting of the proprietors of the 'Botanic Gardens held on Wednesday, it was um nimously

LOCAL IN7:ELLIGENCE. At a general meeting of the proprietors of the 'Botanic Gardens held on Wednesday, it was um nimously

agreed, that a fancy fair should be held, for two days, in August next, and that the proprietors waive their right of free admission on the occasion. A PROMISING YOTJNG ARTIST.—We have re cently been favoured with the sight of some drawings, by Mr. Haygarth, an artist of this to
April 29, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
nie albtort. LIVERPOOL: MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1839. WE congratulate the friends of Mr. Ewart on gie issue of the Parliamentary

nie albtort. LIVERPOOL: MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1839. WE congratulate the friends of Mr. Ewart on gie issue of the Parliamentary

inquiry into the late election for Wigan. The proceedings ended on Saturday, when Mr. Ewart was declared to have been duly elected. The Liverpool Tories, who subscribed most liberally to eject the hon. gentleman, whom they hate with "a perfect hatred," have, therefore, not only
April 29, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. The "Interim Ministry," in France, has not yet been superseded by one of a more constitutional character.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. The "Interim Ministry," in France, has not yet been superseded by one of a more constitutional character.

The leaders of the different parties in the Chamber of Deputies being distinctly called upon by M. Mauguin for information respecting the recent negociations, each explained his own views and the part he had taken in the attempts to reconstruct the Government. Little that is new
April 29, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDEIVTS.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDEIVTS.

A North-ender wishes to know why, parties are now allowed to t d u e auy posit prevented for Nfvoarssotemoen time. heevaNcaonwt,shpoacewe%iTer,Vtahmexyhillalritroad. Inspector Fresh was, h e says, directed to prevent these stinking and pernici ous d epos i ts, and they were effe
April 29, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, & COMMERCIAL INSTITUTION. 28, ST. ANNE-STREET. ' LAWRENCE HEYWORTH, ESQ., President. 11T the GENERAL MEETING, on the 13th

LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, & COMMERCIAL INSTITUTION. 28, ST. ANNE-STREET. ' LAWRENCE HEYWORTH, ESQ., President. 11T the GENERAL MEETING, on the 13th

March. it was resolved, that the fortire Subscription be Thirty Shillings per Annum, payable Yeafly, or Half-yearly, in advance, Subscribers to be entitled to all the advantages of the Institution, with the exception only of those Classes which contribute towards the expense of
April 29, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
RAILWAY AND CANAL. ROBINS and CO. have great pleasure in announcing to their Friends and the Public in general, that

RAILWAY AND CANAL. ROBINS and CO. have great pleasure in announcing to their Friends and the Public in general, that

their strenuous efforts to break clown the monopolizing and unfair syptem which has been hitherto snared to prevail upon the Lor4norr and BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY, in the transit of Goods to the exclusive advantage of one favoured house, have been crowned with successs, by an appeal t
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