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LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Thursday. In the Lords there was no business brought ou of the slightest consequence. HOUSE OF COMMONS. The evening was principally spent in discussing commercial questions connected with France and Denmark. A few clauses of the Prisons bill were then gone throug
May 4, 1839 - Huntingdon, Bedford & Peterborough Gazette - Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

LONDON, FRIDAY, May 3rd, 1889. CORN EXCHANGE. The supplies of all kinds of grain are very short from Monday. Wheats fully command that day's prices ; Barley is without alteration Oats are Cd. to Is. per quarter dearer ; other articles are unaltered value. The arrivals are : Engl
May 4, 1839 - Huntingdon, Bedford & Peterborough Gazette - Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England
 
FRUIT DUTIES.—IMPORTANT INTERVIEW WITH LORD MELBOURNE.

FRUIT DUTIES.—IMPORTANT INTERVIEW WITH LORD MELBOURNE.

(From the Kentish Gazette.) A deputation ofthe following noblemen, members of parliament, and gentlemen, waited, by appointment, on Friday last, ln Downing street, upon the Right Hon. Lord Melbourne, and the President ofthe Board of Trade :— His Grace the Duke of Richmond, Lords
May 6, 1839 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

CHRONICLE OPRICE, Saturday, May 4. „!J?5/ , i* Tl TB, ,,K>RTANT Proclamation.— ln Imt Ga tle - . PO' .tiou appear* relative to the arming, drilling and unlawful asaemblaces of the Chnrti«t» All justices of the peace, sheriffs, under sheriffs, and all other civil officers whatsoe
May 4, 1839 - Gloucestershire Chronicle - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
Cheltenham and 6raat Western Vnion Railway.

Cheltenham and 6raat Western Vnion Railway.

Cheltenham and Western Vnion Railway. The hall'-ycarly general meeting of the proprietors of ihU undertaking was held the King’s Head Hotel, Cirencester, on Wednesday last, W. llvetr. Esq., in the chair. The attendance vs as tolerably numerous and very respectable. The directors’
May 4, 1839 - Gloucestershire Chronicle - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
LOCAL.

LOCAL.

Good Old Agb.—Tbere a lady living in the neighbourbood of Welshpool, and in the enjoyment of good health, wbose age with the ages of her "children living exceed 700. River Dee Anchobage Shilling.—On Monday last, rule nisi was obtained in the Court of Queen's Bench in the cause *
May 3, 1839 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EGLINTON PARK RACES—Tuesday.

EGLINTON PARK RACES—Tuesday.

Mr. Fairlle's Leopold, beat Lord Howth's The Lit. tie Clown, mile end half, half neck. Trial Stakes, was won by Caliph, beating large field. The three years old Stakes was won Eslingwoki, beating easy Lais and Corinthian. The Pebble Stakes was won by Valentine, beating Cognovit,
May 3, 1839 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MONET. "WELLINGTON UNION. ■ ——— WANTED -borrow Security of the POOR KATES of th* Parishes comprised in the el- Union,

MONET. "WELLINGTON UNION. ■ ——— WANTED -borrow Security of the POOR KATES of th* Parishes comprised in the el- Union,

the Sum of which will be repaid twentyVequal annual instalments. The form of the Security may seen, and other information obtained, at the Office of the Clerk; to whom,. persons willing to the above sum, are requested to send proposals wnsAg (postage free) on or before Saturday
May 1, 1839 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
LOT IV.

LOT IV.

All thos? SEVEN MESSUAGES, one whereof fronts the said Turnpike Hoad from the Gardens and Appurtenances adjoining Lot 3, in the several occupations of John Cotton, John Latham, Thomas Lloyd, Widow Hall, Joseph Hartlett, and two untenanted, containing in the whole about 1286 squa
May 3, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
A Radical Patriot. —Brimmer Brassey was a stirring person, and likely to make himself and his principles popular amongst the

A Radical Patriot. —Brimmer Brassey was a stirring person, and likely to make himself and his principles popular amongst the

Radicals. He was always over-smartly dressed ; his countenance was florid, edged with much black whisker ; he wore bis hat—a silk hat—on one side of his head; a coloured handkerchief round his neck; a chain, questionable as to metal, by way of guard to an equivocal watch, over a
May 3, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England