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n USE, • - 4. BOLD-STREET. A f ß ee y g i r r te p . widow o k ‘r nd o f F t r l i ll s a taenciJ the Public in ames Dodd, general for the llberal patronage they have hitherto bestowed upon her for mans, years, and begs to inform them, that she has now made up for the ensuing se
April 29, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
By 'Messrs. THOS. WI NSTA NLEV and SONS, T o-mo the 30th instant, at one o'clock, at the Clarendonrooms, South

By 'Messrs. THOS. WI NSTA NLEV and SONS, T o-mo the 30th instant, at one o'clock, at the Clarendonrooms, South

John-Street, subject to the conditions to be then produced, APIECE of LAND, Freehold of Inheritance, on the west side of Lancelot's-hey, nearly opposite to Fazakerly-street, containing in front to LanceloVs-hey 22 feet 6 inches, and in depth 46 feet 8 inches, or thereabouts, on
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SEA COIIIBE. TWO or Three Gentlemen, or yeepeetable 1 Family, can be accommodated with DRAWINGROOM, SITTING-ROOM, and Double a Single

SEA COIIIBE. TWO or Three Gentlemen, or yeepeetable 1 Family, can be accommodated with DRAWINGROOM, SITTING-ROOM, and Double a Single

BEDROOMS, for Six Months, pleasantly situated within five minutes' walk of the Ferry.
April 29, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
THE LITTLE BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE.

THE LITTLE BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE.

This is very pretty little reading book for children, tastefully embellished, and containing short chapters on such subjects as are likely to prove most instructive and interesting to young minds. It contains much useful knowledge, and is admirably adapted as a present for the y
April 30, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
TUESDAY..

TUESDAY..

Mr. D. W. HARVEY moved; "That the seaond Special standing order to be observed on inclosure bills be rescinded, and (he - following order he substituted That, in all bills for inclosing commons or waste lands, provision be made for leaving an open Space, in the most appropriate
April 30, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
Ttafter the same period the preceding season Wheat. S. d. , ;eek ending, lOth March, 1839 22d „ • •

Ttafter the same period the preceding season Wheat. S. d. , ;eek ending, lOth March, 1839 22d „ • •

• • 29th „ •• • • sth April. .• . • 12th „ 19th „ •• • • 74 0 71 3 68 11 68 8 3 71 0 Aggregate of the Six Weeks 70 4 'resent Duties on Foreign Grain 10 8
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c r the Corn Act, 9th Geo. 4th, cap. GO, passed 15th July, 1828. The ports are always open at the following scale of duty on Wheat, whenever tile average price shall be— I 51 1 52 1 53 1 54 1 55 1 56 1 57 1 58 1 59 1 60 1 61 162 Qr; and under 51 1 52 133 1 54 1 55 j 56 1 57 138
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MARRIED MEN TARE CARE.—A woman, in North Qarolina, lately shot her husband through the head for kissing another woman. A

MARRIED MEN TARE CARE.—A woman, in North Qarolina, lately shot her husband through the head for kissing another woman. A

DISTANT TAVERN. - -The land is remarkably fertile and beautiful, and those places would be much frequented if comfortable accojnmodations could be obtained, but the nearest. tavern is three hundred miles distant, and the strangers who visit there must watch the motions . of the
April 30, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
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men will lake tiie trouble fundamental principles to set moralitv unheard of in the ami ernnic Won lof an Ml-aisetiod. for the uumleivlelength of these remark*. I remain, kc. iucMer. April i:>, \K\V. M- »MT< »K. ( ()l NTKV MAKKKTS. HK.STKU llvlh. Inspector’s Iteport f-' that Whe
April 29, 1839 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England