that will always command business. The premises are in good condition, contain six rooms, including a commanding double fronted shop, filted-up superioi manner, with every useful requisite. Possession may be had by paying for the fixtures. Apply at No. 110, Goswsll-street; or No
April 29, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
PARIS, April 27.—A letter from the Russian frontiers, in a Frankfort journal, announces as near at hand the return of what is called the United Greek Church to the Greek Russian church The letter endeavours to shew that this return is voluntary; but• we know what to think of it.
CITY, TWELVE o'Clock.—By the Tagus steamer, from Lisbon, we have received the Mediterranean mail and the wissiDg letterrs brought by the last overland despatch from I n dia, but they add nothing to our previous information trim t hat quarter. The only intelligence from Malta is
PORTSMOUTH, April 27.—The Pantaloon, 10, Lieut. Tryon, sailed to-day for Quebec, with volunteers from the two flag ships, for service on the Lakes ; she also took out Mr. Giles, Purser. to join the Niagara; and Lieut. H. J. Harvey, son of Sir John, for New Brunswick. The Waterwi
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April 30, 1839 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
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of productive Land, including some valuable Hop Garden, about forty acres of Wood Land, and a small portion of Pasture : the entire surface is peculiarly adapted sheep feeding. It is in the occupation of Mr. Richard Cbeeaman, whose lease expires at Michftelmas, 7840. The Farm Ho
April 30, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
'I'REGARNEDD, ANGLESEY. F I To be Sold by Auction, Upon t be Premises, at T'REGARNEDD, near Liangefni, il the county ol Anglesey, on WrEDSESDAY tile 1st day of AIAY, 1839, and following days, until t be whole are disposed of:- 'TI'e whole of the superior, modern, and substantial
April 30, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales