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RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS.

RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS.

I.OSDOX, WEOXESD4T, MAT #, 1539. Onr readers will not be surprised to leorn, after yesterday slated respecting tainisiere, and the result of the division in the Commons on the Jamaica Bill, that they hare resigned. This bill, which they considered essential to the "d government
May 8, 1839 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
To be Sold—by Private Contract,

To be Sold—by Private Contract,

A SITUATED SEAR TER WI ROAD, SAftwwltt., Topoirr with • 4. ad Mork upon Ir. THE GROUND is enclosed by a high fence-wall, and the BUILDING is esceedingly well Wiped kw • Brewheme or ilaorafectory. A respectable imam is now ready to hire the premises lease, and at such • rent as t
May 8, 1839 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
litstsia. CORN GES. As up Priddy Use bleb at Apia lUD. ..., Vilest lye. Iwo. PON lisp. W .. d.

litstsia. CORN GES. As up Priddy Use bleb at Apia lUD. ..., Vilest lye. Iwo. PON lisp. W .. d.

I. di. s. I. • a. s. 4. 5. A - - 72 7 40 1 23 2 7 9 9 A a six which regular duty 1 N 9 191 39 S 31 4 37 9 DutyeaPose. Con - -- LONDON MARKETS—WasnicanAT. Mayl. Tle arrivals seek of all kis& at Can M.e Imes tA• ling. mart articles is Use Can Snide art • dull sae. Wheat marina dm.
May 8, 1839 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
bLINT OF lIVIHICKTORRIIItiCE LAS

bLINT OF lIVIHICKTORRIIItiCE LAS

bLINT OF LAS •Ibe drat of Ualbacedu ;Buretlnt Slutteclal SetaeWass.. . ..... Total Suit of Satbserlptiona record Total smuuot of 4 4:ubecriptions N. H. Tatou' F. R. Fun.l May 11319.
May 8, 1839 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
SHIPPING ARRIVALS AND II

SHIPPING ARRIVALS AND II

SHIPPING ARRIVALS AND ARRIVRD.=None. 4.—Ship Ili igg Master. to Liverpool. l'assenfers—L age Possetarrs in charge of Horace. Do. 6.—Da. Julia, Mouaajee,Naca Passes, e. —59 8e..,,,. Du. Curuicullia James Chine. Do. 7.—Do. Caledoois, J. Si Liverpool.
May 8, 1839 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
Lately published in 18mo, cloth, lettered, price 55.,

Lately published in 18mo, cloth, lettered, price 55.,

MILLt.TARIANISM UNSCMPTURAL ; or, a Glance at some of the Conse q uences of that Th e ory. " Before adoptin g such a principle of interpretation, let us observe the consequences of its application."—Be gg . "A more rational and scriptural work has rarely appeared. The entire opp
May 8, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
MESSAGE FROM THE LORDS.

MESSAGE FROM THE LORDS.

A message from the Lords demanded a conference upon the Dean of Exeter's Bill. Conference agreed to, and the following members appointed managers on the part of the Commons: —Lord J. Russell, Lord Morpeth, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Solicitor-General, Sir G. Grey, Mr.
May 8, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
CHARTIST MEETING IN SHOREDITCH.

CHARTIST MEETING IN SHOREDITCH.

Last evening the Chartists of the Worship-street district held their second star-light meeting in Black Horse field, Kingsland-road. The first, which took place last week in the same neighbourhood, proved a failure, and in order to render the second more attractive, printed circ
May 8, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
LAST NIGHT'S PARLIAMENT.

LAST NIGHT'S PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. NATIONAL EDUCATION. The Marquis of LANDSDOWNE laid on the table a copy of minutes of the order in council with respect to the application of sums of money for the purposes of education. He moved that the papers presented by him should be printed. RESIGNATION OF M
May 8, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
FEMALE SERVANTS' HOME SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1836. Nutford-place, Bryanston-square, and 21, Cullum-street, Fenchurch-street. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the above SOCIETY will,

FEMALE SERVANTS' HOME SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1836. Nutford-place, Bryanston-square, and 21, Cullum-street, Fenchurch-street. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the above SOCIETY will,

by Divine permission, take place at EXETER HALL, en FRIDAY, MAY 10th. The Chair will be taken at One o'Clock, by JOHN LABOUCHERE, Esq. Tickets of admission mriy be had of Messrs. Hatchard, Piccadilly; Nisbet, Berners-street; Seeley, Fleet-street ; Burns, Portman-street; and Mess
May 8, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England