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THE CHARTISTS AND UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE

THE CHARTISTS AND UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE

To the alitor of T3he Bristol M~ercury, . S In,-The fable of" F/o T Belly and its Meinbers" taught me, in my a childhood, a most important moral lesson, which, if duly learned by n the people called" THe CHARTISTS," would, I am sure, drivefrom their s misfuided minds the deinon
May 11, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

The dissolution the Melbourne Cabinet was formally announced on Tuesday night by the leading Member of the Government in each House of Parliament. Viscount Melbourne, in the Lords, adverting to the vote of the House of Commons on the Jamaica Bill, and avowing his convictions of
May 10, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Commercial Herald.

Commercial Herald.

WEEKLY CALENDAR. May 18. tmn*m ___ dtemtanu- Lance*: Mtrmug, Psnt 18, Matthew IS, sum! Moo. 13. Sun rise* 18m. past 4, sett 4_a_ part 7.-New Moon 10m. part In the -Mtning. STAMFORD A RUTLAND INFIRMARY, Tuesday May 7. rn-ranxjrrs. i our-ranaxTs. Admitted £h___*___* B Discharged £
May 10, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWARK PROMENADE and FIRE WORKS, THE public arc informed tbat OLD CASTLE BOWLING GREEN win be opened for their recreation

NEWARK PROMENADE and FIRE WORKS, THE public arc informed tbat OLD CASTLE BOWLING GREEN win be opened for their recreation

oo the Evening* of May and Whiuuntide Pairs, on Tuesday the 14th, and Tuesday the list days of Mat, 1891, for Promenade, Dance, and brilliant display Fire Works. The Exhibition to conclude with the superb Temple erected by Mr. Assist boko on the Evening the Queen's Coronation, i
May 10, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
CORNS, BUNIONS, dec. THE difficulty of procuring remedy that is really beneficial in eradicating thoee painfully hard and callous substances

CORNS, BUNIONS, dec. THE difficulty of procuring remedy that is really beneficial in eradicating thoee painfully hard and callous substances

called Corns baa barn long felt by the public The proprietor of ANTI.CALLOSITY or RUSSIAN CORN and BUNION PLAISTER feels great confidence in recommending It as the most certain cure for all callous swellings on the feet that has ever yet been invented. the use this Plainer, imme
May 10, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Th. HORSE. ITtodhstrcesiltgto animal them bTILS.* digestive organ*, fortify and rigour to tbe .bole .ytfsm, , remit* sad •^*^^ V«J*«t««J.

Th. HORSE. ITtodhstrcesiltgto animal them bTILS.* digestive organ*, fortify and rigour to tbe .bole .ytfsm, , remit* sad •^*^^ V«J*«t««J.

wed evil* and which, n#g-c*w», produce disease tn all !tJ fatal vtrtetie*. _ Noblemen and Gentlemen and aport henttng, they for their inrigorating and of «*ean*l .ervleTto preduetog flnnnew »u»cle *£ condition, wbich alone can adbrd that endur .neemuv tbe ttrenuou* exertion. r^W
May 10, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLICENCE. PoaTS1ttOUTrI.-H-.Mil.S. Britastia, 120, being in dock, the flag of the Commander-in-Chief is now flying pro, tent. on board the Swiftsure bullk-H.M.S. Curlew, 10, still remains at Spithead. PLYMaOtoTIL-H.M.S. Benbow, 71, commissioned three weelks since, is on
May 12, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BURTON-UPON-TRENT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

BURTON-UPON-TRENT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

b t BURTON- UPON- TRENT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY The first meeting of this society, for the current year, E was held in the Town-hall, on Wednesday week. The e auriculas and polyanthuses were not so fine, or so numer-t ous as they have been on former occasions; but the exo- tics, bo
May 8, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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
 
PARTICULARS OF THE PROGRESS OF THE CHARTIST AGITATION.

PARTICULARS OF THE PROGRESS OF THE CHARTIST AGITATION.

I 1 ?? . As it was somewhat ostentatiously announced by the Chartist leaders that the present was to be a kind of " bloody week," a time of " solemn work," we have thought it desirable for the information of our readers, to collect snch particulars of the character and progress o
May 11, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England