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> XCFLLFNT IRON Hl/ROLKb t-ay. ‘‘ ‘V ’ii (aJf. ao«r -nd

> XCFLLFNT IRON Hl/ROLKb t-ay. ‘‘ ‘V ’ii (aJf. ao«r -nd

XCFLLFNT IRON t-ay. ‘V (aJf. ao«r f‘»ed ha'uniay .* . alfco the 1 at f Meaars. Cotie h Hr ton. an.l S'IORK «v.|l at H-, K.r KaMpn. V. Muv PKOPEHIV'. i- n.j.r *. hei. plalc, tt rj ( articl***. i l pltlola, satin*. >-v thaw » » l ver. tttfl gilt vvuli an-l woollen excellent pare).
May 8, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
from the Loudon gazette, mat ?.

from the Loudon gazette, mat ?.

SL Jama't Pnlatt, Mat The Queen hit been plestcd to the Earl Uxbridge Lord Chunberhlo of her Myeetj'a Uoueebold, Id the room of tbc Merquia Conjnghus, reeigned. T*e thattr of tin Horn't Ofct, Afajr A The Quern be* been efecbiualy pleoeed to eppoiat the Hon. Adatpboe WmUHi Ohirbe
May 8, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
HIGH WATER AT LOUDON. Homing is nriontta after 101 ARwoon minotca after 10

HIGH WATER AT LOUDON. Homing is nriontta after 101 ARwoon minotca after 10

May 8, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE PELARGONIUM (GERANIUM).

THE PELARGONIUM (GERANIUM).

'THIE P'ELARGONiUM (GERANIUM). !.S (From 01ld Bell's -,Vsselyer) a ut The numerous varieties of this showyv tribe of plants n e- are now about to produce their nlumerous ?? of S ie ornamental flowers, varving in colour from almost pure s v ohite to the brilliant seadet of the Bat
May 8, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MIAJRETS. ne Tursi)Av, MAY 7.-There was a fair supply both of beef a'nd niuttiin, which met withi a ready sale. Beef u4d. of to 7d. Mutton fromt Gd. to GWd., without the wool. on. . L-d P YIER (CORN MARKET. is FriDAY, MACA 3.-WVe have had hut little doing here rs this wte
May 8, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BRITISH AND FOREIGN SCHOOL SOCIETY. THE THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING of the SUBSCRIBERS and FRIENDS to this INSTITUTION was held at

BRITISH AND FOREIGN SCHOOL SOCIETY. THE THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING of the SUBSCRIBERS and FRIENDS to this INSTITUTION was held at

EXETER•HALL, on MONDAY, the 6th inst.; Lord MORPETH in the Chair. The following Resolutions were unanimously adopted:— Moved by Lord Viscount Howick, M.P.; seconded by Sir George Grey, Bart., M.P. :- 1. That the Report be ac opted and printed, under the direction of the Committe
May 8, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS, MONDAY, MAY 6. Lord Kelbourn took the oaths and his seat for the county of BANK OF ENGLAND.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, MONDAY, MAY 6. Lord Kelbourn took the oaths and his seat for the county of BANK OF ENGLAND.

Ayr. Mr. HUME gave notice that, on Thursday the 16th instant, he would move for a select committee to inquire into the pecuniary transactions of the Bank of England since the resumption of cash payments, with a view to see how far they had interfered with the commercial and manu
May 8, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTBLLIOSNCB

SPORTING INTBLLIOSNCB

Movdav.—The T»UI Sukvsof IS such, with th* Stead Committee; thtw-TTVold. Set «lb, four yrs flve tot lib. six vre and aged tot dibj mens gcldisga allowed SIN. Oocv round | taN. . , Mr. PrUo'v b Pope, jrra .... (Jones) I Mr. Oydva'o b* Merpurtoy, * Mr. T. Walwvs's c Voturnuus, 4 •
May 8, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
1839. BEAUTIFUL RICH BAY STALLION, ••ALTAMOKT.*’ TO Cover this Sea«on, at Howhill. near Brewood. iitallbrdshirc; thorough-brL-d marcs 6/. half-bred mares

1839. BEAUTIFUL RICH BAY STALLION, ••ALTAMOKT.*’ TO Cover this Sea«on, at Howhill. near Brewood. iitallbrdshirc; thorough-brL-d marcs 6/. half-bred mares

H. 1«». ai d 'lt (W. the groom ; the iteautifnl ricli bay amont.” by Sligo, dam Colombia by Philo, grandain by Castrel. Castrcl is brother Selim and Itubens, and Selim was the sire hangar. Altamomt is six years old, of immense power, good constitution, and remarkably lino teni|i
May 8, 1839 - Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
Weonksoat. Mav I

Weonksoat. Mav I

Sweepstakes of sov«. ii was won Antigua, •■eatintf b. c. by Margrave, Uriah, and Amelia. The York Oaks Stakes, of 50 sovs. >, was won Margaret, beating Sweet Jessie and Flowrer of the Tecs. The Short*, of 50 govs, each, was won Lollypop, beating Kolns, Antigua, and Klira. The Ca
May 8, 1839 - Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England