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We copy from the Kentish Observer the follow inf. paragraph :— "SCOUKDRELISM OF THE »I\ll ISTERIAI PRESS. " extract the

We copy from the Kentish Observer the follow inf. paragraph :— "SCOUKDRELISM OF THE »I\ll ISTERIAI PRESS. " extract the

following atrocious article from the Sun last Friday. It requires comment. The Italics are our own. " The letters hare received from various quarters satisfy us that the people of England would have seer, with great apprehension, not to say anxiety, the Queen oi England wholly s
May 31, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
PRICES of CORN, per Quarter. STAMFORD. Friday, May 24-We had pood supply Wheat, which was slowly sold at a reduction

PRICES of CORN, per Quarter. STAMFORD. Friday, May 24-We had pood supply Wheat, which was slowly sold at a reduction

of ls per from last week. There was a considerable demand for Barley, and the quantity the market being limited, advance ol was readily effected. Oats and Beans fully supported prices, and in some cases more money wai made Wheat 33 655, a ftls. 15 a a 7ns. a7l«> a 2s « a 735. W
May 31, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
Melancholy Occuurence at Naples We regret to learn that the rumour which we noliced a few days w\l x" f?

Melancholy Occuurence at Naples We regret to learn that the rumour which we noliced a few days w\l x" f?

al , ac , cld * n J having taken place at Naples, on the 29th April las. to John Andrew _VW).,„all, Esq. second son f ned Cl A M. r M V "l P^h "««**„ COn- firmed. Mr. WDouall was riding pretty sharply through the streets ol that town, ,n company with a friend, whe.ia w.man, beco
May 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
address to the queen. lie Meeting of (he Inhabitants of the Royal / If'li'K, in Caithness, held in the Town

address to the queen. lie Meeting of (he Inhabitants of the Royal / If'li'K, in Caithness, held in the Town

W,h C " rre " l, CAMPBELL in tlie Chiij; her Majesty QUEEN VICTORIA. y "" l °\ William Brice, Esquire. Merchant, anil »» "P* was unanimously carried, ami directed to L t.I M klbourn* f>-r presentation THE QUEEN MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. nrttovAi IN" resfectfi'L AiinnEJS or the hkp
May 31, 1839 - John o' Groat Journal - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

MARCH INTELLECT. {From a poem called An Old Man's Gossip.) It seems me that in our early life. When great men’s names and great men’s works were rife. There rose, as from the Nile’s retiring flood (Not from its waters, truly, but its mud), A plague that ever since has round us h
May 31, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Wednesday last, after a short illness, and in his 6 year, Mr. Gilbert, of the Old Crown, in this City, was much respected and deservedly regretted. the 28th inst., in her 20th year, of rapid consun tion, Miss Sibree, of this City, daughter of the late Sibrec, surgeon, of London,
May 31, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
First-rale Public house and Wine vault*, Hackney-roao.—B» Messn. NEDBY ami BOUND, at Garraway’s, ’Change-alley, Cornhli:, on TUESDAY, June 18, Twelve,

First-rale Public house and Wine vault*, Hackney-roao.—B» Messn. NEDBY ami BOUND, at Garraway’s, ’Change-alley, Cornhli:, on TUESDAY, June 18, Twelve,

unless acceptable offer previously made, valuable Lease, with possession, of those I desirable Premises, known the NAG’S HEAD, Hackneyroad, surrounded by a populous and Improving neighbourhood, from which and the continual traffic a large and lucrative trad* Is dented. It ha* be
May 31, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TUB GOVERNMENT SCHEME OF EDUCATION. The plan of Privy Council ia -JiieHy upon two point*: *r«t, it n aMerted that

TUB GOVERNMENT SCHEME OF EDUCATION. The plan of Privy Council ia -JiieHy upon two point*: *r«t, it n aMerted that

it talt, the education of the poor from the hand* of* tl. parochial .clergy; and, eecondly, it aliened at, encourages and supports dissent. Each of thy assertions is unfounded. We have already shown that the first ii groun c. less, by referring to the printed atioute of council
May 31, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EVENING MAIL, FROM WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, TO FRIDAY. MAY 31. 1839.

EVENING MAIL, FROM WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, TO FRIDAY. MAY 31. 1839.

** pie” into pretended system tor the education of youth, to sanctioned by legislature authority, and provided for and fed by grants of public money, is now fully understood by the members of our church establishment, lay less than clerical, and equally our Wesleyan brethren, be
May 31, 1839 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
Cously Courts.—Brw tima tbs Ist ef March.

Cously Courts.—Brw tima tbs Ist ef March.

District Brnrions.—Brought is by Lord J. Ramil; mad first Urns tbs Ist March. Heritable Securities (Scotland).—Bruugbt in tbs late Lord-Advseste ; rend first time the of March. Preparation Writs (Sootland).—Drought to by the late Lord-Advocate ; rend first time the 25th Marsh. B
May 31, 1839 - Evening Mail - London, London, England