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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
 
.tfissionaru Society. MEETINGS of Institution, IV* At Brentwood, J une » Bo National Owi- to be taken at Twelve o'Clock.

.tfissionaru Society. MEETINGS of Institution, IV* At Brentwood, J une » Bo National Owi- to be taken at Twelve o'Clock.

Bochford, ,■ d\V, ' King'g Head Inn.— .rt' taken at Twelve o'Clock. i'»»' At Maldon, I June sth, in the National I • lhe Chair to be taken at half-past Six At Witham, RS^ ' June ' Hart I « ' 'J- to be taken at half-past Six o'Clock. I**1** At Fyfield, tne Boy*' School Room. I .'
May 31, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
Clare una London Coaelt. THE Public are respectfully informed, tbat the additional Coach for the summer season will commence on

Clare una London Coaelt. THE Public are respectfully informed, tbat the additional Coach for the summer season will commence on

MONDAY, the 3rd of June; from which time it will leave the Half Moon Inn, Clare, and the Bull Inn, Aldgate, day (Sundays excepted), at the usual hours, passing through Burap- CWgweli D mmow, Fyfield, Ongar. and WANTED, ~ A YOUNG MAN who is well acquainted with the Genera] Grocer
May 31, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
The Duke of Wellington offered some opinions upon this subject worthy of serious attention, as the opinions of his Grace

The Duke of Wellington offered some opinions upon this subject worthy of serious attention, as the opinions of his Grace

always are. He complained of the horrible and savage system of hostilities prosecuted from the American side^ — plundering peaceable dwellings, .booting single scntinels,6.e things unknown in the wars of civilised countries. The opportunity for such outrages, he said, was afford
May 31, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Manslaughter. — Cai tion. — On Tue. dav ifternoon an inquiry was gone Into at Guv's Hospital, before Mr. Payne

Manslaughter. — Cai tion. — On Tue. dav ifternoon an inquiry was gone Into at Guv's Hospital, before Mr. Payne

anil a jury composed ol fifteen gentlemen, touch_j ng the death of Emma Bra-ley, a_;ed two years anil ninn months. It appeared from the evielenee that the deceaseel, vitii three other children, was at play iv the yard attached to the house, No. 29, Peacock-street, New ing ton, o
May 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Cyder, Porter, tfc. THOMAS JOHNSON, AVAILS himself of the present opportunity of thanking his numerous Friends for their continued and

Cyder, Porter, tfc. THOMAS JOHNSON, AVAILS himself of the present opportunity of thanking his numerous Friends for their continued and

increased Favours in the Malt and Brewing Business, and apprizes them he has on Sale, (winter and summer) a large quantity of prime BOTTLED PORTER, in Pints and Quarts, and several Pipes of DEVONSHIRE SWEET C\DER, sent out small or large Casks suitable to Families. Samples may h
May 31, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Most desirable Freehold Brewery, at Cavendish Bridye. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, By Messrs. CHEATLE and SOK, AT the Hotel, Castle

Most desirable Freehold Brewery, at Cavendish Bridye. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, By Messrs. CHEATLE and SOK, AT the Hotel, Castle

Donington, Monday, the 3rd day of June, Six o'clock in the afternoon, either altogether in lots, and subject such conditions sale as shall be then produced ; A very commodious and substantial DWELLING HOUSE, comprising dining, drawing, and breakfast rooms, study, 5 bed rooms, an
May 31, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PRICE. OF SHARES, EXTRACTED FftOM •J. Uai'nc tan'i *t<t, krirrstrr, MAY 30th, J 839. KAIXWATB. NAME n, V . .

PRICE. OF SHARES, EXTRACTED FftOM •J. Uai'nc tan'i *t<t, krirrstrr, MAY 30th, J 839. KAIXWATB. NAME n, V . .

COMPANY. Jiffi N N Birmingham Derby J uuctiou. 100 Binniugbam Gloucester.. 100 7,500 Birmii. Bristol,&Th. Junction « Boltou and Leigh jOQ Ditto Shares Bristol and Exeter 100 slit J4 Calcutta aud Saugur 50 Canterbury aud Whitsbls. ... 50 50 .. Cheltenham 100 7,500 Cheltenham and
May 31, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England