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April 29, 1839 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
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JO ' C.tTOX, .SALESMAN. -o» TO,f * COS laliibituts High Kulgr ,„d 11* »icioily. lh« U iatenda la atari bi«

tlie I’unclibowl. at o'clock, the l»l> <i»y of May next ; from the Kiaa ,' “1,.0>; l-ead*" Booth,ng at Twelre ; and frouth! . FyioW- P po« of eoavey. Ih*' ami Lambs to Saulb&ald Market, ererv donag tba l Mk. IM9. mr. 'M9XKS, sl , BtiBOH.BBii| T i aT< l*» F™ <f Alex mtul Janet, R
April 30, 1839 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
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April 30, 1839 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
HERALD

HERALD

COUNTIKS OK CAMBRIDGE, MIDDLESEX, AND KENT. AND Ain ROBERT CHALK, lIIttILSTREET, CHELMSFORD paper pokwarobu to any part THE KINGDOM r»8. Hd. per uoartp.r OR ONE (iUINKA PER ANNUM. LONDON AGENTS; ItTNtLL. CBANCIRT I.AN* OKAC.IN. WAt*«Ol»*: HAMMOND, 27. lOHRaRD- *l***r. The Slave
April 30, 1839 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
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E la 1> . ibo-o who last year so strongly censarod . Ministers for Utoir apparent diiinelinetion to .ficlnb system of Negro Appremieetbip before ,ba tii|'“ ' ,im '. ,e,,1 7 siocero in their endenronrs u , edett tbit object, now happily nceoropliehed lolly prepared couintontly to
April 30, 1839 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
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■ KKIAGE MEDI- li,w I,t, rtr-r* ;-••« —il* Intent, Qbligeueoi Giwfaie, Utrmin, tad lUmadiatt. v ' ,mm .' V«v- * J g 6- i O ««*%▼. ; —i.l«-WI. tfciif Clo<h»I Kw»n»»r—. *»»»- * Adi f^^nT*** • i# Tow^iff #ilbo«t »xr«pt..n, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30. the House of Lords, last night,
April 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
CANADA.

CANADA.

We reluctantly give from various sources the following accounts of the deplorable state of thinsi existing on part of the Canadian frontier. If these doings not stopped. It eventually cause the loss both sides of the line of private property to lamentable extent If, as believe,
April 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
HI’NGF.RFORD.

HI’NGF.RFORD.

Fish Maskrr—Turbots, Od I6s ; Brills, Ss to Codfish, 5s Haddocks, OsOdtoOaOd; Whitings, fid to 9d; Crabs,3s Od to 3s ; Mackerel, IsOd to ; and Lobsters, 2s to each; Soles, 0a 6d to Si per pair; Smells, 4« IM to Od; and Thames Flounders, Os Ud to Od per dosen; Salmon, It to 3a Od
April 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN T. TWYTORD—INFORMATIONS AGAINST FUSMC ro.M ra Mies.

THE QUEEN T. TWYTORD—INFORMATIONS AGAINST FUSMC ro.M ra Mies.

THE QUEEN T. —INFORMATIONS AGAINST FUSMC ro.M Mies. MOONLIGHT MEETING THE CHARTISTS AT BRISTOL. BRISTOL, Apeil 27. The of Bristol Having for Mne days planrded with announcement that (the DtrwM hero) and several other Chartist leaders htdd meeting on Brandon-htll last night, consi
April 29, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
COAL EXCHANGE.

COAL EXCHANGE.

Priors st present arc quoted—Beat Wall's End Coals 0d to 33s Od other sorts Maid to SOtOd. HOP MARKET. There has been more business doing during the last week, and floe Sussex are 2«. dearer and extremely Bearer. Tbs market fully supports Its prices tor all descriptions. SHIP NE
April 29, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England