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Near to Staines.—A detached Villa and Grounds.

Near to Staines.—A detached Villa and Grounds.

By Mr. GEORGE ROBINS, at the Auction Mart, London, on TUESDAY, June 4th, at Twelve, by direction of the Mortgagee, under a positive power of S.de, ACharming FREEHOLD VILLA and GROUNDS, delightfully situate, skirting the Town of Staines, on the road to WINDSOR and HAMPTON COURT,
May 6, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
*as there a more decisive victory. Let other towns follow the I.example of Horsham, and the Chartists will soon cease to exist. I

*as there a more decisive victory. Let other towns follow the I.example of Horsham, and the Chartists will soon cease to exist. I

*as there a more decisive victory. Let other towns follow the I example of Horsham, and the Chartists will soon cease to exist. I CHARTIST PROCEEDINGS IN DIFFERENT FARTS OFTHE COUNTRY. J He following notices of Chartist proceedings and their enects are derived from the provincial
May 6, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE GRASD DUKE .ILEXA\D_U OF JiL>ilA I

THE GRASD DUKE .ILEXA\D_U OF JiL>ilA I

His Impeiial Highness aud his attaches were presented ti her Majesty on Saturday, at a Court held for th . purpose I-\»ur Royal carriages were sent to convey tbe IJoyal I'rince and his suite to the new Palace. Count Pozzo di Bomo, th. Russian Ambassador, had the honour to introd
May 6, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Families, Thavki.t.frs, Masters of Ships, anj» SI'ORTSMEN, SHOULD NEVEII BF. WITH.iI T x s MAGNKSIAN APERIENT, dec dedly the must

Families, Thavki.t.frs, Masters of Ships, anj» SI'ORTSMEN, SHOULD NEVEII BF. WITH.iI T x s MAGNKSIAN APERIENT, dec dedly the must

generally useful Medicine ever off*e. i-tl to the PuMu. The efficacy «f tlic in al! D•><- orders the Stomach and B iwels, has obtained for it the uniform recouimetidHlion and approval the Faculty. This unique preparation unites all the active powets the most approved valine purg
May 6, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

, ?? 11SC It I 14.- 11wo.1/ FRIDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE. W1ttTEITAT.L. MAv 2. YI '9 liE Queerl has been pleased to direct letters patett to be passed unler the Great Seail, grant. iog the dignity of a Baron of the United Kingdom of (,reat Britain anti Ireland to the foflowing persons
May 6, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Isle of Wight, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1839.

Isle of Wight, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1839.

*Ole Of e1a!tolt, SATLIIRDAV, MLAY 4, 1839. -4- cL NEW!POlT.1 The following reply has been given by iMessrs. ?? and BlAie, the llembers f/r this Bowmugh, to the reqsnisition sent to then) to support the I National Petition":- LONDON, April 20, 1839. Smn,-We have this mornintg rec
May 6, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
MEETING IN SMITH FIELD.

MEETING IN SMITH FIELD.

The Lord Mayor having been given understand that it was the ut’ention of the persons railing themselve* C •artists to meet SmDhfield this evening, as they bed done upon two former Mondays, to theaUrm of neighbourhood, caused the following no’ire to be issued, which it is hoped w
May 6, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Rif\AL PAVILION THEATRE

Rif\AL PAVILION THEATRE

Great Success The Doomed House; or, the Parricide’s Return. THIS EVENING (Monday), May will performed THE DOOMED HOUSE; or, The Parricide’* Return. Godfrey Mervln, Mr. Hughea. Colin de Proupe, Mr. Roger#; Guyonne, Mrs. W. West; and Pauline. Miss Mear*. After which THE SIEGE OF M
May 6, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE NUIV PEERS.

THE NUIV PEERS.

Lord Talbot de Malahidc, Richard Wogan Talbot, of Ma- Uhide Castle, the county Dublin, in September, 1834 succeeded his mother Margaret, who was created an Irish peer* •» in lail, the same title. She was then widow of Richard Wogan Talbot, who, well his ton, the present English
May 6, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WANT PLACES.—AII letter* to fie post paid,

WANT PLACES.—AII letter* to fie post paid,

BARMAID, a respectable young Person, of ac- I.M. tlve habits—nhc ran 1 recommended from her last situation. Direct A . No.fi, Branch plac e. Hoxton. \S BARMAID, Wine-Vault*, or respectable Public-house, a young Person who perfectly understands the counter-trade. She have three y
May 6, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England