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gTKAM to ST. PETERSBURGH, calline •^ at Christianaand. Helsenburgh, and Copenhagen Th. cf George Steam Packet Company's Steaas-abip. sail ??

gTKAM to ST. PETERSBURGH, calline •^ at Christianaand. Helsenburgh, and Copenhagen Th. cf George Steam Packet Company's Steaas-abip. sail ??

,.l m £. Londoa Docks, for the above perla. a, unde? _^ e " VUL rUR °E Lieutenant WYLDE, R.K, Commander, on THURSDAY ?? IV. H" l«th of May, at Ten ?? ?he SIRIITj V; M ? RN * W ATEttS. R.N.. Commander, on SATURDAY ?? T en ' nt the s „me hour and will continue to leave l£do_'o__„
May 9, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
liv, COURT CIRCULAR. I

liv, COURT CIRCULAR. I

I»y at r had an audience of the Queen iiiofl ISj/'j. liu '-kiti^ha-a Palace, after which his Grace igofW Siip"' ?? c ?? d t his residence in Whitehall Gar- L s "-eft afterwards went to have an audience of the t bisM (Jari r * m; ?? ne d near an hour at Buckingham Palace. •Qui* -
May 9, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN,.WEEK ENDED MAY -5.

GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN,.WEEK ENDED MAY -5.

GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, WEEK ENDED MAY -5. [Declared this Morn Imperial— General Weekly Average. "•A. I s. a. i s. d. Wheat . . 71 0 Oats . . . 2-i ill Beans . . 33 • Barley .. 40 6 | Rye ?? 10 6 1 Peas ?? 1 Aggregate Average of Six Weeks, which governs dur». Wheat . . 70
May 9, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BIRTH. i\tl> May 5, at Culverthorpe, the Hon. Mrs. *" daughter. .„' MARRIAGES. „ii,^F May 7, at Ainersham, William Weller,

BIRTH. i\tl> May 5, at Culverthorpe, the Hon. Mrs. *" daughter. .„' MARRIAGES. „ii,^F May 7, at Ainersham, William Weller,

J " w »!") Lydia, youngest daughter of the late George "° if of Twowaters, Herts. s° ] \tf May 7, at Aincrsham, George Holloway, B >^ f^ late George Holloway, Esq., to Louisa Fra)' 1 ' xj daughter of Charles Packer, Esq., of Reading- pr^V May 7, at Bury Pomeroy, Devon, Willi" P>
May 9, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Proclamation against the Chartisis.—The following appeared Friday's Gazette Victoria, Whereas have been given to understand that, in some parts of

Proclamation against the Chartisis.—The following appeared Friday's Gazette Victoria, Whereas have been given to understand that, in some parts of

our United Kingdom, persons have of late unlaw, fully assembled together, for the purpose of training drilling persons to the use of arms, or of being trained or drilled, for the purpose of practising military exercise, movements, or evolutions ; and wheieas such assemblings and
May 9, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH UNITED HOSPITAL.—( Weekly Report.) IN-PaTIENTS. OUT-PaTIENTS. Admitted 14, Discharged 20 J Admitted 262, Discharged Remaining in the House, 67.

BATH UNITED HOSPITAL.—( Weekly Report.) IN-PaTIENTS. OUT-PaTIENTS. Admitted 14, Discharged 20 J Admitted 262, Discharged Remaining in the House, 67.

United Hospital, May 6, 1839.
May 9, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS.

RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS.

It is with unspeakable satisfaction that are this week enabled to record 'be deeply-gratifying fact that tbe high places of our Government are longer disgraced by Melbourne Ministry, which vaca'ei office Tuesday, just time avoid bein* literally thrust out. The plea tinder which
May 9, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Her Majesty held Drawing Room Thursday. We select the following from the account of* le Ladies' dresses Her esty.—Dress of

Her Majesty held Drawing Room Thursday. We select the following from the account of* le Ladies' dresses Her esty.—Dress of

white net over rich white satin leganlly trimmed with silver blonde and white roses the >odyand sleeves splendidly ornamented with diamonds and blonde; train of sky-blue crape over blue satin, trimmed with liver lace and white roses to correspond. Read-dress feahers, diamonds, a
May 9, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The next meeting of the British Association will commence the 20th August, at Birmingham. The Bishop of Peterborough, died tho

The next meeting of the British Association will commence the 20th August, at Birmingham. The Bishop of Peterborough, died tho

Ist ins lie was his year Several more cases "of stabbing have occurre dining the past e ck. It behoves the authoritie visit this new „ nd rap id,y.increasing crime wit thei utmost severity of w ' llich the law all(nv< t. mole c nastrophe has taken place in on the coal j i T Tcon
May 9, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

MARRIED. the ult. at Wott*»n Uoderedge, W. S. Palmer, Esp of London, t*> Honoria, re lict of tlie la*e J. M. Farewell, E*q.—bpn. dor, C. Price, K» |. solicitor, of Tenbury, Anne, only daughter Wm. Smith, Esq. ol I'ark. Herefordshire.--Same day, Mr. J. Aichlbald, Elizabeth, eldes
May 9, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England