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The Riseholme Estate, Lincolnshire.—-. TheChaplins have long sojourned at this hospitable abode and represented the county ; such a property

The Riseholme Estate, Lincolnshire.—-. TheChaplins have long sojourned at this hospitable abode and represented the county ; such a property

;n our county has not ben in lhe market for -.ears. The rental of -> r0( . a year is a very moderate estimate of its value-it » exira- paro.h.al no tithes a very low p u .r rate, and a wealthy te- nantry.— Lincoln rape,, May 1. . A Trap for Seamstuessi:*.— The tailor em- ployed
May 11, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
1 I Sociuty or Antiquaries.— At the ordinary meeting held yesterday, Mr. Ilallam, V. P., in the chair, 'a I

1 I Sociuty or Antiquaries.— At the ordinary meeting held yesterday, Mr. Ilallam, V. P., in the chair, 'a I

letter was read from Sir William Bel ham, Ulster King at ; Arms, on an -.ncieni bronze arm which is in his possession, and I an i lu'traiion of which will be publised in the " Ve.usta Mo- j n imen'a." lt was described as a religious relicol the ancient j Irish of about t'i«* sev
May 11, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PAN DIEMEN'S LAND A *■ D SOUTH.AUSTRALIA.

PAN DIEMEN'S LAND A *■ D SOUTH.AUSTRALIA.

PAN DIEMEN'S LAND A *■ D SOUTH AUSTRALIA. VAV DlEMtN's LAND. The Lieutenant-Governor of Yan Diemen . Land has is- I sued a proclamation for dividing the island into district*, for the purposes required by the Act of Council for the registra- tion of births, deaths, and marriages
May 11, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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P«-»oke-s.*i-rn.. ;_en_fi_|toa-■ tte •»W*r of J_W^_«__^.Tueii_.y, iivr 14, IM*.
May 14, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.. m. . .

LAW INTELLIGENCE.. m. . .

LAW INTELLIGENCE. m. . . CJURT OF CHANCERY. -Wedxesdat, Mat 8. -, r * SES STANBINC. FOR JID.HENT. lhe Lord Chancellor, after the disposal of some petitions _.s iiie-rmng, observed ihat there were several matters now Wa»u. K judgment. It was his intention lo dispose of as many ot
May 9, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON,

LONDON,

MO S DAY, MAT 13. The pretence that Sir Robert Peel defeated hirr- self by making demands with respect to the house- hold which had not been calculated upon by her M.aji.sty is utterly absurd and untrue. The facts ofthe case we believe to be these : — At the first in- terview of
May 13, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CARLO W ELECTION COMMITTEE.. _,

CARLO W ELECTION COMMITTEE.. _,

CARLO W ELECTION COMMITTEE. _, The coiiiniittre met yesterday morning at eleven o'clock. Mr. Cockburn objected to the vote of Thomas Coleman, of Barrack-street, on the ground of nut possessing a sufficient qualification. Mr. Pa rick Boulder stated that Coleman, in 1832, occu pied
May 10, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ALMACK'S GRAND

ALMACK'S GRAND

BALL, On Wednesday evening, was attended by nearly four hun- dred fashionables. There were present Prince Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte. ?? he Duchess of Somerset. Marqcises—Queensburry, Ormond, Hastings. Marchionesses—Queensberry, Hastings. Earls—llchester, Selkirk. Cot'NTESSES—C_-
May 10, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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J II I Price si. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, May 8, 1839 No. 21,324.
May 8, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Duke of Cambridge visited the Princess Augusta yesterday at Clarence (House, St. James's The Duchess of Gloucester dined with

The Duke of Cambridge visited the Princess Augusta yesterday at Clarence (House, St. James's The Duchess of Gloucester dined with

her Royal Highness last evening. B The Duchess of Cambridge has a laro-e even- ing party to-morrow at Cambridge House. Grand Rabbi of Algiers, M. Abraham is in Paris, and has had the honour of presenting to the Kin_ and Royal Family a book on morals of which he is the author. —
May 8, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England