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Carriage*. Wednesday the 22.1 ina. Ratby, the Kev. Kohert Martin, A.M. Mr. Eveimrd, to Elizabeth Anne, the eldest de.ufri.ier Mr.

Carriage*. Wednesday the 22.1 ina. Ratby, the Kev. Kohert Martin, A.M. Mr. Eveimrd, to Elizabeth Anne, the eldest de.ufri.ier Mr.

Cowlishaw, of Tons-, in this county. On Sunday the inn. the Ree. K. J. Ma-tnuUen, curate. Mr. Thomas BuOrrisa. Skeffiington, to Mint Elimbeth Houglilou, Charles-street, in this town. Sunday !h« 19th St. Mary * Church, th« Rev. H. Lowe, Mr. Fnuicis Wm. Roberts, hosier, Patience,
May 24, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MESSRS. WHITE AND SON Have received Instructions (in consequence of the Premises being Let, Unfurnished, for & Term cf Years,)

MESSRS. WHITE AND SON Have received Instructions (in consequence of the Premises being Let, Unfurnished, for & Term cf Years,)

to offer for competition iJu&lic ilurtioii. On MONDAY, TUESDAY, and "WEDNESDAY, the 10th, 11th, and Days of June, 1539, LL the Valuable Modern FURNITURE, and Effects, on J\. the Premises. No. 8. YORK TERRACE. Royal Leamington Spa: comprising very elegant DRAWING ROOM SUITE of Ze
May 25, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
LEICESTER JOURNAL.

LEICESTER JOURNAL.

FRIDAV, MAY 17, 1839. W'iietheh tic- nation doomed yet little while longer to groan under the incubus of a W Administration, or whether the events now progressing for its release will immediatelv effectual, we think, matter?* little; in cither case, the Whig rt-iini i- ine its ;
May 17, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LOUGHBOROUGH POLICE REPORT.-May 16.

LOUGHBOROUGH POLICE REPORT.-May 16.

'or- Dtid!e>!, Cierh, C. ?.J. Phillips, il. J. Vanrvt, IX. G. CrcsirrU, mat Edtrard Ciwjiry, Exqrx. and the Hun. am! Iter. //. J). Benjamin Baum, a railway labourer, was charged by Henry Thrussington, labourer, with stealing pair trousers, a light waistcoat, t-vo silk handkerchi
May 17, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

I'ppeb Canada.—Another Bbitish Outrage.—The following account of another indignity offered to the American flag, the port of Brockville, pper Canada, will read without surprise. Tlie vagabond soldier}- stationed at that place seem kept there for purposes of insult, and it is lim
May 24, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
g=*« i LEICESTERSHIRE FLORAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Patronage of the Right Hon. the Ear- Iluirt, SirF.G. Bart. Sir G. H.

g=*« i LEICESTERSHIRE FLORAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Patronage of the Right Hon. the Ear- Iluirt, SirF.G. Bart. Sir G. H.

ff ~. Beaumont, Bart. C. If. Parte, Esq. M.P. E. Datcsun,E*q. High Slterifi, i-c.irc. THE Inhabitants the Town and County Leicester are respectfully informed that the FIRST SHOW this Season for exhibiting Tl LIPS, FRI IT, F.GE TABLES, STOVE and GREENHOUSE PLANTS, PANS IKS, and o
May 24, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
E. are obliged to " A C'onskiivative," /or his guud ujjiiuoii; bit although «v feel equal disgust iritli himself the

E. are obliged to " A C'onskiivative," /or his guud ujjiiuoii; bit although «v feel equal disgust iritli himself the

subject of his obsereatiotis, tee do ititt thinl; any result from noticing it. The Conserratires hare themselves fostered the ceil of. U'e cannot find room for communications of "Junius." "Amicus" in our nest.
May 31, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTER INFIRMARY.-May 28.

LEICESTER INFIRMARY.-May 28.

In Patient«. Out Patitnlt. Admitted 17 Admitted Accidents Accident* Discharged 15 Discharged 33 the House 130 the Boek* FEVER INSTITUTION. Admitted..2 Discharged..B th* House..3 Physician, Dr. Arnold. Surgeon, Mr. Ncilhim. House Visitors.—Mr. Billing!), Mr. Millicui.
May 31, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
London Market.

London Market.

Mark-lane, Wednesday Hay The arrivals of English Wheat, coastwise as well as by land carriage, from Essex, Suffolk, and Kent, during the present week, have been but moderate. There was but limited number buyers in attendance to-day, whilst tbe trade with the finest White Wheat w
May 31, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
€LB4VUI«S ALBUM. THE PICTURES THE WIDOW* COTTAGE. Thf. Widow ml ber lone bwll, "Twts desolate and drear; on Ler cheek,

€LB4VUI«S ALBUM. THE PICTURES THE WIDOW* COTTAGE. Thf. Widow ml ber lone bwll, "Twts desolate and drear; on Ler cheek,

aud iter rye, There Lreuibkd many a tear. Portraits of those she used love, Hung there bright gilt flames; And she lookad each one wistfully, And call'd them their names. Boy! Cage on his Portrait there! Uaiu* there not from his bright eye, A tool of tire—a gallant heart— A spir
May 31, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England