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FAT GOLD WATCHES, Nine Guineas each.- Some fine horizontal fiat Gold Waistcoat Watches; jewelled in four holes, silver dials, head

FAT GOLD WATCHES, Nine Guineas each.- Some fine horizontal fiat Gold Waistcoat Watches; jewelled in four holes, silver dials, head

to mark the seconds, and double back to the cases, warranted to perform correctly, Nine Guineas each, or with gold dials Ten Guineas each. A. B. SAVORY and Sons, Watchmakers, No. 9, Cornbill, Lon. don (opposite the Bank of England ). WINE MERCHANTS, Committees of Club Houses, In
May 2, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF COMMONS, Mny 1. The Earl of LINCOLN moved the second reading of the St. Mary's Nottingham

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF COMMONS, Mny 1. The Earl of LINCOLN moved the second reading of the St. Mary's Nottingham

Enclosure Bill. Sir J. C. BODHOUSE moved as an amendment that the bill be read a second time that day six months. The Earl of LINCOLN had not heard any arguments against the bill, and should therefore press the second reading—be felt bound to do so. There were opinions against t
May 2, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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May 2, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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May 2, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
S. STANNAH, 43, HIGH-STREET, WORCESTER, BEGS respectfully to thank his Friends and the Public in general, for their very kind

S. STANNAH, 43, HIGH-STREET, WORCESTER, BEGS respectfully to thank his Friends and the Public in general, for their very kind

and liberal support, and to ensure continuance the moat unremitting attention, discriminating judgment, and the greatest possible care to their interest, will taken. has to announce his return from London and Manchester, with a very superior STOCK of LINEN DRAPERY, SILK MERCERY,
May 2, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
THE COURT SCANDAL.

THE COURT SCANDAL.

A doe sense delicacy and deferential respect towards the highest personage in the State—to her sex, years, and station—, would alone hare impelled us to withhold any publication expression of opinion upon matters which have involved scandm on the Court and courtly morals Britain
May 2, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

The Paris journals of Monday stale that the following construction of the Cabinet had been agreed upon : M. Minister of Justice. M. Thiers Minister of Foreign Affairs. M. Passjr Minister of Finance. Marshal Maison Minister of War. Admiral Duperre Minister of Marine. M. Ihifaurc
May 2, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
MARKETS, FAIRS, kc.

MARKETS, FAIRS, kc.

Aran. 27.—We had short attendsnee at market, and Wheat found buyer* (both foreign and English) at about Is. per qr under the prices of this day se nnight; say fine red 78*.. white 79-! per imp. qr. Malting Barley sold at similar reduction. 44*. being the lop price of best qualit
May 2, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Bra*!-, 3tC7 | Shrrp and launb*.

Bra*!-, 3tC7 | Shrrp and launb*.

Bra*!-, | and launb*. ra rwr. Clover. Kng. red .. Ditto white ~,. Foreign Trefoil .......... Coriander ........ K. 6onmg —• * t« 70« CniihiiiK 4J. 4«» t* 70» Mrdit. & IWe»*» 12* 25* kniall Jt. » IR* !• *2. Ditto lam* .... 31.» BtaHBL. Canary, y MuaUrd. wbita .. I 0« ta 13. Dili*
May 2, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
The V'rench are still without a Ministry, and so indeed have the advan.age of us. Better none, than leaders w'io

The V'rench are still without a Ministry, and so indeed have the advan.age of us. Better none, than leaders w'io

disgrace the standard under which they ser e r.xi.faii.itions the various transactions and 11 ,!„.,1i .,j nidations which have taken place during 1 weeks, with a view the formation a new have been made in the Chambers, and have m'meiJ out, such farces usually do, no explanations
May 2, 1839 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England