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May 1, 1839 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
CARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK.

CARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK.

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May 4, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
It is understood the best informed naval circles that the Admiralty have resolved in future to keep a strong naval

It is understood the best informed naval circles that the Admiralty have resolved in future to keep a strong naval

force on the home station, instead of sending the ships on distant though temporary services. The High Sheriff has fixed Friday for the Tyrone county election. On the Conservative side Lord Claude Hamilton, present on the continent, is the only candidate. He will be returned. Th
May 4, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
LAST NIGHT'S PARLIAMENT.

LAST NIGHT'S PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Several petitions were presented.—Lord Brougham wished to know whether it would be convenient for the noble lord the woolsack that the second reading of the Church Discipline Bill should be postponed from Tuesday next, as would be almost absolutely necessary that
May 4, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
DESPERATE CHARTIST OUTRAGE.

DESPERATE CHARTIST OUTRAGE.

We have melancholy proof (says the Salopian Journal) in our own district of the culpable neglect of the executive government in permitting political incendiaries to instil into the minds of the humbler classes doctrines subversive alike of their own comfort and of all the laws w
May 4, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

Greenwich—Thursday. Present, Mr. B. Carter, Chairman; Iters. W. A. Soames and B. S. Ffinch; Dr. Kay; A. Young, G. Smith, and J. Hargrave, Esqs.; Messrs. Selmcs, Suter, Jolly, G. Martyr, Warrington, Ashford, Lear, and Powle. Treasurer's Account, s. d. On hand on general account .
May 4, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY CALENDAR.

WEEKLY CALENDAR.

5. Rogation Sunday. Lessons: Morning, Deuteronomy 8, Matthew J. Evening, Deuteronomy 9, Romans 4. G. Moon last quarter at 43 minutes after three, afternoon. 8. Easter lerm ends. Sunday after Ascension. Lessons : Morning, Deut. 12, Matthew 10. Evening, Deuteronomy 13, Romans 11.
May 4, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
FRIDAY'S LONDON MARKETS.

FRIDAY'S LONDON MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE. May 3. The supply both of English and Foreign wheat this week, has been unusually small, and what few samples come hand to-day met ready sale, rather better terms.— Barley is full as dear, as also beans and peas.—Oats must noted full is. per dearer. SMITH FIELD, M
May 4, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. T. H 8.. HUDDKKSFIKLD.-He acted properly in forward™* the parcel; he will please to do the

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. T. H 8.. HUDDKKSFIKLD.-He acted properly in forward™* the parcel; he will please to do the

same with all other! which may be left with him. Mr. Kkir, Bhighouse.—Our papers have recently been for in plenty of time; and if they were not readr the fault lies with the post-office.
May 4, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Powders,at lis. each. Ask for "Linley's Antiseptic Drops." Each packetis accompanied with testimonials and advice which every one labouring under

Powders,at lis. each. Ask for "Linley's Antiseptic Drops." Each packetis accompanied with testimonials and advice which every one labouring under

the com plaints enumerated would do well to consult. Sold wholesale and retail by Messrs. Hannay and Co., 63, Oxford-street, London ; by whom the Country Trade are supplied on the usual terms; and may also be had of Bowman and Law, Piccadilly, Manchester; Heaton, bookseller, Bri
May 4, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England