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APPREHENSION OF FOUR CHARTISTS.

APPREHENSION OF FOUR CHARTISTS.

THE MILITARY CALLED OUT. ASTIToN, SUNDAY NIGHT.—The apprehension of the four men has caused considerable excitement amongst the Chartist party, and it is right to add that those parties who usually act as leaders of the people did their best to preserve the peace. The prisoners
May 8, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
BRITISH AND FOREIGN SCHOOL SOCIETY.

BRITISH AND FOREIGN SCHOOL SOCIETY.

on Monday, held was at terEy Exeter Hall, The Thirty-fifth Annual Meeting of the subscribers and the 6th t i o ns t t h . is and of the highest respectability. On the platform we observed the Bishop of Norwich, Viscount Howick, Sir George Grey', M.P., Sir C. E. Smith, E. Baines,
May 8, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
work was thereby accomplished. He might ask the right rev:

work was thereby accomplished. He might ask the right rev:

prelate who proposed ate resolution, whether he was not charmed by the amount of secular knowledge which the children displayed in the Borough-school, as well as by the religious infortnation which he found among them. The right rev. prelate had examined the children in writing,
May 8, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
ACERTAIN CURE for CORNS and BUNIONS. ALLINGHAM'S ROTTERDAM CORN and BUNION SOLVENT, which gives relief upon the first application. The

ACERTAIN CURE for CORNS and BUNIONS. ALLINGHAM'S ROTTERDAM CORN and BUNION SOLVENT, which gives relief upon the first application. The

universally acknowledged efficacy of this extraordinary, ssfe, and never-failing remedy for the speedy and certain cure of Corns and Bunions, however obstinate and long-standing, induces the Proprietor of this highly-important chemical discovery to caution the public against bas
May 8, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
1w l3ih Jantwry. 1839. Harrison r Weale.

1w l3ih Jantwry. 1839. Harrison r Weale.

17, URSUANT to a Decree of the 'High Count of Chancery, made in a Cause HARRISON rem, WEALE, the Creditors of WILLIAM GEORG* of the Parish of St. Catherine, in the Island of Jamaica, Esquire (who died on or about the 14. h d-ty of November, 1626) are, on or before the 16th day o
May 8, 1839 - Morning Journal (Kingston) - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
lw hingston, May 2.1839. ESTAM ei WILL I AM SCOFT, SIN,- • -" Won, &rddler,dec. NOTICE ALL ACCOUNTS clue co

lw hingston, May 2.1839. ESTAM ei WILL I AM SCOFT, SIN,- • -" Won, &rddler,dec. NOTICE ALL ACCOUNTS clue co

the atmve E cote, not paid previous to the list day of Summonsing for - the ensuing Grand and petty Courts, will be putin suit withuut any clistinetiun. • " ,JOIVN BRY DON, Exor. `'''' 'ISASELLA SCOTT. Edmix.
May 8, 1839 - Morning Journal (Kingston) - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS COURT

INSOLVENT DEBTORS COURT

Charles Tyrwhitt Jones appeared yesterday to be discharged. He was supported by Mr. Cooke and Mr.Woodroffe. The insolvent had been a coach proprietor ; latterly he had driven the Age Brighton coach. The aggregate of his debts was upwards of 18,000/, but his bona fide debts were
May 8, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
First„ SCOTCH MARKETS.

First„ SCOTCH MARKETS.

Beans. 75 to SO 34 to 36 24 to 30 — to 4. 45 52 25 31 19 22 26 30 ' 4 . 52 55 24 26 17 13 30 48 65 26 31 18 22 22 26 • 61 70 31 38 2:6 32 40 42 3 v 68 70 56 38 28 35 23 30 65 68 35 36 27 23 32 33 46 54 2: 27 16 23 32 34 - 64 77 23 31 20 23 45 48 60 ^6 23 26 20 22 22 25 tze of tn
May 8, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
1 A IFE OF SIR WALTER SCOTT, Vol. 11. To be completed in Ten Volumes WAVERLEY NOVELS. 4S Vels. SCOTT'S

1 A IFE OF SIR WALTER SCOTT, Vol. 11. To be completed in Ten Volumes WAVERLEY NOVELS. 4S Vels. SCOTT'S

POETRY. 12 Vols. PROSE WRITINGS. 28 Vols. All uniform, with 196 Engravings. R. Cadell, Edinburgh : Whittaker and Co., London.
May 8, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1839. UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1839. UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF

- - LADY ELIZABETH MURRAY MACGREGOR, MRS. PRESIDENT BECKLES, AND THE LADIES OF BARBADOS, will be continued 411111Tal 13Z.Z11141,1).4 la aid of the Ladies' Association for the Relief of the Indigent - Sick and Infirm, ON WEDNESDAY the 15th Instant, (for one day only), in High-str
May 8, 1839 - Barbadian - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados