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Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Hanover, May 18.—It becomes every day more evident that nothing but a speedy decision of the Diet ofthe German Confederation can avert the danger with which our country is threatened. The Constitution, respecting the continued validity of which all the tribunals of the country h
May 31, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Review of the British Corn Trade during the past week.

Review of the British Corn Trade during the past week.

[Prom the Mark-lane Express.] In the commencement of the week we had a couple of days of tolerably tine weather, but on Tuesday night the wind veered round to the old quarter, and the atmosphere has since been harsh and cold, the temperature partaking more of the nature of March
May 31, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
The FOURTH PART of 11l s. TROLLoPE'S FACTORY BOY," Price is., with two uetratione, Is Now READY, and may behad

The FOURTH PART of 11l s. TROLLoPE'S FACTORY BOY," Price is., with two uetratione, Is Now READY, and may behad

of all Booksellers and Newsvenders. Henry Colburn, Publisher, 113, Great Illarlborough•street.
May 31, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS, MAY 30.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, MAY 30.

The South-eastern Railway Bill was read a second time, and ordered to be committed. The London and Birmingham Railway Bill was read a third tame and passed, after some amendments had been agreed to. Lord TEIGNMOUTH had been instructed to move the in. sertion of a clause for an a
May 31, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Messrs. Milton, Lambert, and Westlake had an interview with the Marquis of Normanby yesterday at the Colonial Office. Earl Talbot

Messrs. Milton, Lambert, and Westlake had an interview with the Marquis of Normanby yesterday at the Colonial Office. Earl Talbot

hail an interview with Lord John Itu sell yesterday at the Horn** Office. Sir James Stirling, R.N., Capt. Moorsom, and vir. IJ. I.eahy had interviews yesterday with the Marquis of Monnanby. " The Hanoverian, Bavarian, Greek, and French Depanment! tra " SaCted husin: * s J^erday
May 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1839. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. •' P. M." in our next. Why docs not our Lybster fiicnd write

FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1839. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. •' P. M." in our next. Why docs not our Lybster fiicnd write

us ? His local news would be very acceptable. Peregrine blockhead. If " M. !.•" cxpccts turn our paper into a record all the old wife and tittle-tattle gossip about the place, he is greatly mistaken. In answei to A Churchman,'* we have merely say, that we have rot heard the name
May 31, 1839 - John o' Groat Journal - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
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May 31, 1839 - Durham County Advertiser - Durham, Durham, England
 
ALSi) TO LI T

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The said .Ml 1.1. and 1. M) thereunto belonging, for any number years that agreed upon, and possession thereof may had August nest, oi sooiu-r, required. L’mthir particulars will appear a Inline advertise- ment, and in the meantmie applications may made Mr W. CUOZIKII, Attorney.
May 31, 1839 - Durham County Advertiser - Durham, Durham, England
 
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May 31, 1839 - Durham County Advertiser - Durham, Durham, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY.

BANKRUPTS to in BASINGHALL-STREET. WILLIAM DAWES, Tavistock-street, bookseller, June 4, July 5. Solicitor. Mr. Kearns, Red Lion-square. WILLIAM HAMILTON MAXWELL, Antrim, bookseller, May 30, July 5. Messrs. Lacy and Bridges, Coleman-street. PRICE OF HOPS, per cut. Pockets Kent Su
May 31, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England