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S. STANNAH, 43, HIGH STREET, WORCESTER, BEGS respectfully to thank hi 9 Friends and tin Public in general tor their

S. STANNAH, 43, HIGH STREET, WORCESTER, BEGS respectfully to thank hi 9 Friends and tin Public in general tor their

very kind and liberal support and to ensure a continuance, the most unremitting attention discriminating judgment, and the greatest possible care then interest will be taken. He has now to announce his return from London and Manchester with very superior STOCK OF LINEN DRAPERY,
May 1, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
HINTS TO THE MINISTRY.

HINTS TO THE MINISTRY.

T« jszss r'""-' I - m H " ?u "' its ri, ,'f, i" t0 s , Pl ) 'y» accordwhii-ii ■♦ lnCl ' ) which it f, r J, '/'''"^principles of \? ef mer s- established Ai«, possi hi|ities—e Wh>t m ». st »'« known he: "finv'iTt!;' 1, tn, ii,^'lica!s, igS at the w tended, that there is »«,. ■1 a
May 6, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
COUNTRY GRAIN and CATTLE MARKETS, &c.

COUNTRY GRAIN and CATTLE MARKETS, &c.

High worth, Wednesday.)— Wheat was Us. per qr. better; Barley like advance; Bean* and Oats no alteration. Heifers still continue dear. Pigs somewliat lower. Fahinodon, (Tuesday.)— The quotations of the London markets caused Wheat to advance Bs. per quarter : Barley also advanced
May 2, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
Miss RESPECTFULLY unnouuees intention, atter the Midsummer Jnication, to open SEMINARY for YOUNG.LAJ^ES,in NEW PARK STREET, DEVIZES. Terms for Hoarder*

Miss RESPECTFULLY unnouuees intention, atter the Midsummer Jnication, to open SEMINARY for YOUNG.LAJ^ES,in NEW PARK STREET, DEVIZES. Terms for Hoarder*

above 10 yearn of age, Guineas per Annum, including Instruction in the English Language, Geography with the Use of the Globes, llistory, Writing, Arithmetic, and Needlework in its plain ornamental departments. Miss B. hopes, hy her undivided attention to the improvement her Pupi
May 2, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
MRS. COULD, STAY ami CORSET Maker, .Mi>»rT«B-sTnf kT. •.-nil attention the her Frencn STAYS Mil ' CORSKTS, which |n.-cutiarl> minuted

MRS. COULD, STAY ami CORSET Maker, .Mi>»rT«B-sTnf kT. •.-nil attention the her Frencn STAYS Mil ' CORSKTS, which |n.-cutiarl> minuted

|M SufflBW IW1 ' *l«o,t<> her STAYS, wUtrh, «»r nod tin? figure. «* not U. tt. ' take* Dtri gT4l< ' f. r tl Hb»ir*l and trti«l»b» ' itunjftuaJtty J of tht'ir m-iljor •>.» I ru». WAMTMM Ml letter* OlU»»
May 4, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
READING, SATURDAY, May 4.

READING, SATURDAY, May 4.

Accustomed as are to the "fantastic tricks I Toryism, we confess that we are a little startled at the course taken Sir ROBERT Peel, the Jamaica Bill, a course involvingn direct breach of compact, the principle of the Bdl having been fully conceded on its first reading, and a gen
May 4, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MARLOW, SATURDAY, May 4.

MARLOW, SATURDAY, May 4.

D is our painful duty to relate one of the most , affecting and melancholy events which has occurred here in our recollection. And in whatever way we consider the sad and disastrous catastrophe—whether the gloomy circle of irreparable and awful domestic calamity, or in the publi
May 4, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
A LOVER'S VOW. Diana's silver car, By the bright and morning star. By tbe fairest, sweetest flower, Blooming fresh as

A LOVER'S VOW. Diana's silver car, By the bright and morning star. By tbe fairest, sweetest flower, Blooming fresh as

Eden's bower, thine own enchanting eye, By Victoria's virgin sigh, By thy sister band above, Thee, and thee alone, I love. True as summer to the spring, Love to the lay I sing True as daring to the bold. True as misers to their gold. True as this tenebrious earth To the sun whic
May 4, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
CHARTIST RIOT AT LLANIDLOES.

CHARTIST RIOT AT LLANIDLOES.

It appears that, for some weeks past, the Chartists at Llanidloes and its vicinity have been arming themselves in pursuance ol tiie treasonable advice of the villains wbo are their leaders; they had purchased such fire-arms were be readily obtained, and caused pikes manufactured
May 3, 1839 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Foreign and Colonial Intelligence.

Foreign and Colonial Intelligence.

FRANCE. Negociations for the organization of a new ministry to supply the pro tempore successors the Mole cabinet have been going on for some time, but Louis Phillippe, it seems, cannot get parties to compromise opinions so far as to accomplish his wishes iv this respect. The Mo
May 4, 1839 - Westmorland Gazette - Kendal, Westmorland, England