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Leicester Charities.

Leicester Charities.

(From the Charity Commissioners' Report.) COUNTESS OF DEVONSHIRE'S CHARITY. There exists an indenture of feoffment, dated June 17, between Thomas Sacheverel, clerk, Nicholas Gilliott and Roger Cotes, of tbe one part, and tbe Corporation of Leicester on the other, reciting tbat E
May 4, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Church-Bates.

Church-Bates.

The oppressive measures the high church party bringing forth good fruit: the bigotted tyrants fog sown the storm they must content to reap the whirlwind—for whirlwind they will find to be, scarcely newspaper appearing without containing spirited of the determined front which the
May 4, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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May 4, 1839 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
LITERATURE. F.tlinhurgh Rt dew, No. 99, This number contains another of those valuable papers on the characters of the reigns

LITERATURE. F.tlinhurgh Rt dew, No. 99, This number contains another of those valuable papers on the characters of the reigns

the third and lourth Georges, doubtless from the pen of Lord Brougham, which have been so universally read and felt. The “characters’’ sketched in the present number are those of Mr. Justice Holroyd, the late Mr. Justice Park, Lord Tenterden, Lord Ellenborough, the two Krskines,
May 7, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

HOT. SE OF LORDS—Tuesday, of Exetek. 5;c.. Amßmnßu.—P-vv-iiu-1 the committal of this bill, the entered into a statement consisting extracts corres- ; which had place between himself and the ' chapter of Exeter, for the purpose showing that had not incited the latter depart from
May 2, 1839 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
THE DEPARTURE OP THE LORD RAMSEY. Friends of my heart! And ye are gone Prom Devonia's happy strand; YeVe bid

THE DEPARTURE OP THE LORD RAMSEY. Friends of my heart! And ye are gone Prom Devonia's happy strand; YeVe bid

adieu to friends and home, To gain a fiit and foreign land. • Where the torrent's roar astounds ye, on the silvan lee, Where rude cataracts surround ye. There's your future destiny. Go! and years of unsullied bliss to your hopeful house confin'd. Nor ever think forgetfulness Dwe
May 2, 1839 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE IN KENT.

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE IN KENT.

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE KENT. Some time ago stated that it was in contemplation to establish an agricultural college in the county of Kent, and have now to call our readers' attention to the details of the projected institution as stated B. F. Duppa, Esq., at a meeting held in Maids
May 4, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MISS A. SWEETMAN.

MISS A. SWEETMAN.

Ctjromrlr. READING, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1839 TWTTT.T.Tiq-PR Ain> SBESS-MASEB, Begs to return lier sincere thanks to the Ladies of Reading and its Vicinity, for the very iind patronage she has received since her commencement in the above line, and to inform them she has just returne
May 4, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

The Augsburg Gazette of the 13th ult. which has just come to hand, contains a letter from Rome, announcing that Don Miguel, his return from a sporting excursion near Nettuno, had heen attacked and robbed by six masked individuals and wounded in the neck. The suite of the prince,
May 4, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
To the Editor of the Berkshire Chronicle. Sir.—Being subscriber to your valuable paper, I have often been pleased to observe

To the Editor of the Berkshire Chronicle. Sir.—Being subscriber to your valuable paper, I have often been pleased to observe

your zeal in forwarding the interests of every society that has for its object the bettering the condition the working classes. Under this impression, I tiling you will be kind enough to inform your numerous readers that there a society (now in the third year of its existence).
May 4, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England