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Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

_ nitperhal iOdiallicilt. HOUSE OF LOR])S, IONDA, MAY 6. t A conference Was ordered, on motion of Lord tl DU NCANNON, with the Commons, on the subject v of their lordshlip's disnareemeut to ati namenidmoent or a t the Commons to the Ecclesiastical Appointments Sus. t pension Bill
May 14, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Redace* Fares THE Superior Fait Coach, THE BRITISH QUEEN, from Maidstone London, in Three Hours and Half, will leave the

Redace* Fares THE Superior Fait Coach, THE BRITISH QUEEN, from Maidstone London, in Three Hours and Half, will leave the

Swan Office, and Mitre Hotel, Maidstone, Six o’clock in the Morning (Sundays excepted), the Reduced Fares of Inside 9s* Outside ss. Returning from Town at the usual Hour.
May 14, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Woollen Clothe.

Woollen Clothe.

& Co., 147, Boronph, London, beg cull the Httention of the Trade and tl«e Public to their soperior extensive Stock of WOOLLEN and MANCHESTER Cloths of every color and price. Coatings, Bearers, Cfliwifrurm. Boekekina, *'**7 ™ in the Woollen Trade. All goods warranted ahrunk. Ihe
May 14, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Nlxtare

Nlxtare

0/4(VedKE BLACK TEAS, and Il.wmil’ii Snail leaf Onnpowder, CHINESE CATTV PACKAGES. TH E Sole Proprietor of the above celebrated Tea* it Captain JouN Rhodes Piddino, (late commander of the Hon. Company', .hip Thame., of 1.400 lona.) Captain Piddutg having tnnd. eight voyage, to C
May 14, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
SOLD BY TICKET, On tM of MAY lastest, At three o'clock is at the Ermine los, in nookersbrook, ter. subject

SOLD BY TICKET, On tM of MAY lastest, At three o'clock is at the Ermine los, in nookersbrook, ter. subject

to cooditions to hi then prodimed, DR ED sad THIRTY-SEVEN OAK TREES, from oaf to mu hundred and thirty-seven, a farm Crooghton, in the meaty of the of William Lloyd. we Timber is of excellent quality, and adapted ' adios/ sod other porposm. It is well 'Heated being close to the
May 14, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
,E BY MESSRS. LAKIN.

,E BY MESSRS. LAKIN.

May 14, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Vol.. 106.—N0. 5479.

Vol.. 106.—N0. 5479.

May 14, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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May 14, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THE OLD HALLS OF ENGLAND.

THE OLD HALLS OF ENGLAND.

newly do I love an Old Hall ; that " romance in brick mortar," which stands forth amid the perishable and unsightly edifices of the present day, as a remembrancer. Walwart, palpable, and venerable, of many a person and many a deed long passed mew ! land of the levelling Rhine' b
May 14, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Manageable Mae whisk, with km seek! Bodied, our set r *tar rend Halls the of those days Mod mad artificial,

Manageable Mae whisk, with km seek! Bodied, our set r *tar rend Halls the of those days Mod mad artificial,

he who tacked companions found them amongst hi• inferiors, and reds tames sports delighted them. wnich 'may shooks now. We readily, feeling the Isolation and dinar lion of old hawk sad their grata& at this day, brand them with ideas Imieliness sod desertios (probebty) foreign to
May 14, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England