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April 30, 1839 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
ELECTION OF RESIDENT SURGEON

ELECTION OF RESIDENT SURGEON

TO Till: IHSI'EN'SAHY. On Tuesday last meeting of the Governors of the tlirmingli General Dispensary was held in the Court Room at Office, Tor the purpose of electing a Resident Surgeon to tho institution in the room of Air .loneswho had resigned.—CTindai., Esq. was appointed Ch
April 29, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHURCH OF ENGLAND TRACT SOCIETY.

CHURCH OF ENGLAND TRACT SOCIETY.

CHURCH ENGLAND TRACT SOCIETY. i. IIA M l\\l Ll Y. The fourteenth anniversary this Society was he.d the Infant School-mem, iv Ann-street, on Tuesday evening last, and was very numerously attended. —Mr. Wood presided and the proceedings commenced with prayer. The Rev. M.A. Collisio
April 29, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
VOTES FOR EAST WORCESTERSHIRE. TO be SOLI) private Treaty, by Mr. NEW BOLD, four valuable Freehold House* and a Piece

VOTES FOR EAST WORCESTERSHIRE. TO be SOLI) private Treaty, by Mr. NEW BOLD, four valuable Freehold House* and a Piece

of eligible Building Land, most desirably and pleasantly situated at Brisnall Fields, near Oldbury, in the county of Worcester. The Houses each comprise capital kitchen, parlour, chambers, nail-shop, pigstye, garden, and other conveniences, also an excellent supply of water, and
April 29, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Monday, April 22.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Monday, April 22.

HOUSE OF COMMONS— Monday, April 22. the third reading of certain Enclosure Bills, Mr. HARVEY again complained of an evasion of the standing order for the reservation of a portion of the land for the recreation of the resident poor. The parlies conducting the hills undertook that
April 30, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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April 30, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Friday's Post.

Friday's Post.

, LORDS. 1 several retitiflfis were prei'liil7i' Corn-laws, and in favour lifai"* "<'j from Lord Brougham, J " ' i' 1 a Government meant ,'l.ad adopted regard to the 'Mel,on,et AH. The |,M ' effort to preserve peace t'" 1 " 'in,! there was no reason to bel»e interrupted. ■V s K'
April 29, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
MAXWELL'S LIFE OF WELLINGTON. On the Ist of May will appear the flrst Part of The life of field marshal

MAXWELL'S LIFE OF WELLINGTON. On the Ist of May will appear the flrst Part of The life of field marshal

the DUKE of WELLINGTON. K. G., &c. be. By W. H. MAXWELL, Esq.. Author of "Stories Waterloo;" "The Bivouac;" "Victories of the British Army," &c. &c. The Work will he completed in Twelve Parts ; each part beautifully, embellished two or more highly-finished Line Engravings Steel,
April 29, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LONDON AND COUNTRY MARKETS.

LONDON AND COUNTRY MARKETS.

Ear latest Returns see the inner page. CORN EXCHANGE, Monday, April 22. The arrivals of Grain last week were not large, but there was a great number of fresh vessels dropping up during market, which gives a good supply every thing. The show of Wheat from Kent and Essex larger th
April 29, 1839 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
To be Dispoood of.

To be Dispoood of.

To be of. 510555 TOO TWO HANDSOME GLASS CONSERVATORIES. One is octagonal, the sides of which see 9 feet 8 Inches by II feet II inches. The roof is pyramidical, and the length from the eaves to the vertei 12 feet. The other is rectangular, the side of which is 28 feet long by II f
April 30, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England