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SHAKSPEARE'S CRAB-TREE. nouGLAs jkbholp, esq. To Shakspeare's mighty line Let's drink with heart and soul; "Twill give a zeal divine.

SHAKSPEARE'S CRAB-TREE. nouGLAs jkbholp, esq. To Shakspeare's mighty line Let's drink with heart and soul; "Twill give a zeal divine.

Though humble be the bowl: Then drink while essay, slip-shod, careless rhyme, A legendary lay Of Willy's golden time. One balmy summer's night. As Stratford yeomen tell, Our Will, the royst'riog wight, Beneath a crab-tree fell; And, sunk in deep repose, The tipsy time beguiled,
May 11, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
The Right Hon. Sir E. Knatchbull, Bart., Sir John , A Sir E. Filmer, Bart., Earl Brecknock, Dr. R" s

The Right Hon. Sir E. Knatchbull, Bart., Sir John , A Sir E. Filmer, Bart., Earl Brecknock, Dr. R" s

* Hodges, Esq. M.P., were among the distinguished t " Archbishop of Canterbury's second public dinner Palace, last Saturday. Deal Pier.—Great preparations are making 1 noble undertaking. The contractor, Mr. great quantity of timber already landed for the vol**' not be many days
May 11, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
DESIRABLE OPPORTUNITY TO GENTLEMEN AND OTHERS. FOR SALE BY AUCTION, by Mr. TEULON, on Monday next, 13th May, 1839, at

DESIRABLE OPPORTUNITY TO GENTLEMEN AND OTHERS. FOR SALE BY AUCTION, by Mr. TEULON, on Monday next, 13th May, 1839, at

12 o'clock, on the Premises, entrance to Greenwich Road, near Deptford Bridge, a modern Britska, Two 4-wheel Pony Phaetons, and sundry other Carriages, some nearly finished and others quite complete. Catalogues on the Premises, and of Mr. Teulon, Auctioneer, London Street, Green
May 11, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
SOLD BY W. BRAGG, T/ CHEAPSIDE, TAUNTON, PRICE FIVE SHILLINGS, HEM ARRIED WOMAN'S ADVISER AND YOUNG MOTHER'S GUIDE. By Dr.

SOLD BY W. BRAGG, T/ CHEAPSIDE, TAUNTON, PRICE FIVE SHILLINGS, HEM ARRIED WOMAN'S ADVISER AND YOUNG MOTHER'S GUIDE. By Dr.

Welch, Accoucheur, late Surgeon to the Taunton and Somerset Hospital. Shortly will be Published by the same Author, THE INVALID'S GUIDE TO THE BATHS THE PYRENEES. Also, Just Published and offered at the following Prices, the following New Works and New Editions of useful Rooks:—
May 11, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
NOTICES.

NOTICES.

THE STAFFORDSHIRE GAZETTE, Count]) SATURDAY, MAY llth, 1839. Euratcm. In Lot 3 of the tale of Freehold Property Summer-hill, ICingswinford, .Mr. Varies, advertised our first page, instead of la. 2r. 16p. read 16a. 2r. 21p. Obsekvbr's answer to the Itlter Artiieg.yl is unavoidabl
May 11, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
THE POOR LAWS AND THE CHARTISTS.

THE POOR LAWS AND THE CHARTISTS.

It is, from the nature of things, quite impossible that so complicated measure as the New Poor Law should he free from many faults: and it is quite impossible but that its enactments must fall heavy on those whose ignorance or idleness has led them to suppose t ociety has no cla
May 11, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
HOUSE OK LORDS.

HOUSE OK LORDS.

HOUSE LORDS. MONDAY, Arall 6.—After some petitions had been presented Lord BaoroH am announced his intention to revive bis education bill of last session. As there was likely to be a conflict on this important subject, he was anxious that as effectual a measure pos siblc should b
May 13, 1839 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
NEW FOREST. HANTS

NEW FOREST. HANTS

By Order Hu I'ommutitmtrt Her Mpnly'i K'h4 Forfitl, I*tnd Rereaue*. orkt, a* Butldmgi. rfX) lie SOLD AUCTION, at I.yndhurst. by Mr. CHAt 1. NORTON, on Friday the 24th of May, IX.D.- -A qui nIJN of OAK BARK, at the nole; also BARK. i,|]|; New Enclosures, particulars of which will
May 13, 1839 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
TO THE INHABITANTS OF LEEDS. Fellow-Citizens, As I think it desirable that on all important occasions a body of electors

TO THE INHABITANTS OF LEEDS. Fellow-Citizens, As I think it desirable that on all important occasions a body of electors

should clearly understand the conduct and opinions of their representatives, I now take the liberty of addressing you. You will remember that last year I attempted prove to the House of Commons, that her Alajesty's Ministers had brought the colonial empire into most critical sta
May 11, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
QUEEN'S BENCH—Monday, May 6.

QUEEN'S BENCH—Monday, May 6.

THE QUEEN V. FEAROUS O'CONNOR. A rule was obtained l>y the Attorney-General on the first day of the present term, the instance of the Guardians the Warminster Union, calling Air. O'Connor show cause why a criminal information should not be filed against him for libel published i
May 11, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England