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T HFBA °, i IATION SOCIETY. . A SOCIETY Lt le that it i 9 highly important ~c| ««dorthefVfe n

T HFBA °, i IATION SOCIETY. . A SOCIETY Lt le that it i 9 highly important ~c| ««dorthefVfe n

d"^ d bee lea* the Soctety are " Stanlism - vancement of the dorK ' f ,. lrec,ed Awards . andj Committee fail to md 10 nor can brethren, who hitherto h ?. ope lhat h. mportant subject will "a V ? d but attention tW „ 'he Committee ■ su PP to the cause. Protestantism that ' oUsto
May 2, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BRISTOL, April 29 tew *st Dif'd i 7e ' bU " d Henry Mr. El.«beth. wife of MrG a |,'

BRISTOL, April 29 tew *st Dif'd i 7e ' bU " d Henry Mr. El.«beth. wife of MrG a |,'

, ' a ed 43, April 25, at her residence . An Bst,ne parade.- Sarah Inrnan, .inter of the* w ' "* ed M me late Inraan, esq; of Bristol.
May 2, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ASSEMBLY ROOMS, BATH. g musical Tttraction LAPORTE, Manager of her Majesty's Theatre, .• respectfully announces to*he Nobility and Gentry ■Wl,'

ASSEMBLY ROOMS, BATH. g musical Tttraction LAPORTE, Manager of her Majesty's Theatre, .• respectfully announces to*he Nobility and Gentry ■Wl,'

he nas n,ade arrangrfnents with the THREE fc, CELEBRATED SINGERS IN EUROPE, to GRAND MORNING CONCERT, tyt On MONDAY, May 27, 11 'be following distinguished Vocalists from her Majesty's Theatre will perform ; Madame GIULIETTA GRISI, Signor RUBINf, AND Signor BL AC HE, Sen. Mrs. E
May 23, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
COLCHESTER.

COLCHESTER.

A Special Meeting of the Town Council was held on the fcth inst. when a Borough-rale was agreed to, lo defray expences the year ending December next. The estimated expenditure (exclusive Of 10(1. due the different tradesmen up tbe first instant) amounts 12s. 9d. The available as
May 17, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ROCHFORD UNION. Guardians of this Union, under the sanction of the Poor Law Commissioners, are desirous of engaging some competent

ROCHFORD UNION. Guardians of this Union, under the sanction of the Poor Law Commissioners, are desirous of engaging some competent

person to take the Office of ASSISTANT OVERSEER or COLLECTOR of the Poor Rates for the whole Union, and will, their Meeting to be held on the Fourth Day of June next, proceed to the Election of such Officer. The duties to be performed, tbe amount of remuneration, and all further
May 17, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
Lord Brougham's Reply to Lord John Russell.

Lord Brougham's Reply to Lord John Russell.

Let us, if you please, in order to try these finality or permanency doctrines, take an instance; and to make the discussion the more practical, tbe more opposite to our present controversy, let us consider this view one or two of the projected changes in the Reform Act. I will f
May 24, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
M£ JE T. CHALLENGE. ELEVEN Members of tbe Royal Amateur Society are now OPEN TO PLAY the best Eleven of

M£ JE T. CHALLENGE. ELEVEN Members of tbe Royal Amateur Society are now OPEN TO PLAY the best Eleven of

Cricketers that tbe County of Essex can produce—home and home—upon such terms as may be mutually agreed on.—Communications to be addressed (post-paid) to Mr. J. Banks, un ., the Secretary, at tbe Red Lion Inn, Whitechapel. KACABTBrs Soda Water ,ft a nttfae tory, ROMFORD. DEALERS
May 24, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
CHELMSFORD. Fill DAY, MAY 31, J839. In the Advertisement of Chelmsford Wool rai k, inserted last week, for Tuesday, the

CHELMSFORD. Fill DAY, MAY 31, J839. In the Advertisement of Chelmsford Wool rai k, inserted last week, for Tuesday, the

\7th June, read MONDAi, tne\7th, the day of the Quarterly Meeting, stated in the note at the end. Chelmsford Union.—Yesterday, at tbe Board of Guardians, William Wicks, Esq. was elected accountant to tins union, on the resignation of Mr. were six candidates. the same time Mr. W,
May 31, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
Child Killed.—An inquest was held on Tuesday, before C. C. Lewis, Fsq. Coroner, at East Tilbury, on the body of

Child Killed.—An inquest was held on Tuesday, before C. C. Lewis, Fsq. Coroner, at East Tilbury, on the body of

Eliza ieth Staines, aged 15 months, the daughter of a labourer in that parish. On Monday, the child was running from its mother, and not seeing a cart whicli was passing, was knocked down by one of tbe wheels, which passed upon the head and injured the back and side. The child d
May 31, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
AVERAGES OF CORN.

AVERAGES OF CORN.

AVERAGES CORN. Crlßf.Mf«»-OED COr.CH«I«T«B May 17. M»y 18. QRS.I AVER. AM-! AVER. Wheat 1J5971 sd. jj-rieVl?l.36s. Od. 1«2,<85. 4d. 348. Bd. 243.175. 3d. .. 836». 9d. 24 36t. 6d. EE;;; -I-* oa. -w.
May 31, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England