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THE PIIRTHSHIRE CONSTITUTIONAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1839.

THE PIIRTHSHIRE CONSTITUTIONAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1839.

can usually only look at the general qualities of the females which he poseesses and observe what are the faults most rprevalent among them : these he should be particularly cares; to avoid in the male which he intends to use. It is sometimes said that a male animal ought to hav
May 1, 1839 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
IVednesday, April 24.

IVednesday, April 24.

Petitions pra)ing for an uniform rate of penny postage, as recommended by Mr. Rowland Hill, were presented by different mend. rs. Sir R. SON presented a 'ration against any farther endowments to the Church of Scotland. Sir GRAHAM presented petitions from Glasgow and other places
May 1, 1839 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
The Madrid papers of the 2UI ult., have arrived,

The Madrid papers of the 2UI ult., have arrived,

The Ministry were so unpopular, that public tranquillity would, was feared, be disturbed the 21st, hut the measure* taken the authorities were so grod and so energetic that, aided by a schism which had occurred between the members of the secret societies, no demonstration was ma
May 4, 1839 - Bolton Chronicle - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
AYRSHIRE ELECTION.

AYRSHIRE ELECTION.

RESULT OF riRJB.OAT'S fOLL. APRIL 29. 1839. KelbuCße. Campbell. Craig. Co!*,* Whig. Chart. Colroonell ... Girvtu ... ... 47 95 ... ... 'l 26 96 Ayr 146 76 1 Cumnock ... 162 94 Mauchlioe 207 79 2 Galtlon 113 10 Slewarton 120 4 Bcith 100 107 Dairy 51 West Kilbride .. 156 97 Kilwin
May 4, 1839 - Bolton Chronicle - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANEA

MISCELLANEA

The tarroer rajoirt. the cold but favourable seed time, the best the last four years. The Iliad of Homer has been lately translated into Quarterly. \ priest in Kerry has dismissed bin schoolmaster because he happened have Irish testament his possession. Lord Kcnroure has subscri
May 4, 1839 - Bolton Chronicle - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
THE BOLTON CHRONICLE

THE BOLTON CHRONICLE

Mr. Wool re that Mr. Mar rail doi«ke it. The motion was seconded by Kenyon. «• d having been put. Mr. the Unitarian preacher, immediately the throne was abdicated Mr. who had evidently been “out ».f water,*' took p«*sM*s*ion of it by saying that was not acquainted with what they
May 4, 1839 - Bolton Chronicle - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
THIS SOCIETY,

THIS SOCIETY,

THE advantage which this Society offers over all other systems of Endowment is, that it provides for the future well the existin'! Children, and that the premium is the same, whatever may eventually l»e the number of the after-born children. An explanatory pamphlet and prospectu
May 4, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
A tew years ago English genih .nan before the Tribu.ial of Correctional Police, toothless, highly-rouged, and tightly-laced maiden lady, who

A tew years ago English genih .nan before the Tribu.ial of Correctional Police, toothless, highly-rouged, and tightly-laced maiden lady, who

seemed to have long passed that most equivocal period, called a certain age,” and whose juvenile style ot dress formed melancholy contrast with the too evident ravages effected by the great destroyer upon her person which had doubt been attractive somewhere about the period of t
May 4, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MEDICINES

MEDICINES

19 3 142 9 7 162 12 I>rue« spirit* of Win#- CLOTHING Linen a.vi 'V,. ;;#.n Worsted for Hosiery, Leather for Shoe* FIRING. Coal and Wood. aH'J tons. 3 cw.. at Is. 12s. per ton Lamps, and Lights dozen Candles SOAP LEES. Sonp, 47 cvrt. qr. 14 lbs. aOs. j per cwt REPAIRS & ALTERATIO
May 4, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
157 0 0 69 11 6 For Receipt .Sum|j« 27 15 0 To Collectors for making Hate? &c.

157 0 0 69 11 6 For Receipt .Sum|j« 27 15 0 To Collectors for making Hate? &c.

157 0 11 6 For Receipt .Sum|j« 15 To Collectors for making Hate? &c. 250 0 0 1 9 Less received for Summonses from Defaulters on the ( Kates 157 6 13 3 LAW BARGES. To Osborne. Ward ami Sons, for j Examinations and Orders for i Paupers, Bastardy Warrants, &c 25 12 0 General Matters
May 4, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England