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♦%U TRAVELLER.

♦%U TRAVELLER.

LON DON, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 9 The simple truth, as each man may have capacity to apprehend it, is the best thing to be said at the present, or, indeed, at any public conjuncture. And, perhaps, it is easier to say the truth at the present than at some former times. For not onl
May 9, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LIFE of WELLINGTON.

LIFE of WELLINGTON.

1. Life of Field Marshal Ids Grace the Duke of Wellington. Edited by Sir J. E. Alexander, &c. Parts 1 and 2. 2. Life of Arthur Duke of Wellington. By W. 11. Maxwell. Part 1. 3. The Life of Reid Marshal the Duhe of Wellington. B 3 Major Basil Jackson and Captain C. Rochfort Scott
May 9, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PROCEEDINGS rf the CHARTISTS.

PROCEEDINGS rf the CHARTISTS.

ARREST Or A DELEGATE IN LONDON. At an early hour yesterday morning Vincent, a printer, and delegate to the National Convention, was arrested at his house near Cromer-street, by Keys, a Bow-street officer, and Romer, a country policeman, from Tredegar, in North Wales, on a warran
May 9, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

PO ETR Y. ~A5 t~ei55~ pet nt~t'i peslie ;Iofwo history NV6.know [AnAmricn oll "nedotio nt, sa0~l poem. suirlt,'ted by tics notileg, is the of.r I e COered a Chure b f dsoixe i1 e vice jeoidallt y of m Ny nO, cd&ids oppy tiiciiht. bce Peeictllex It is A ?? gCOOL fovtlng The Arabia
May 9, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Testimonial to ?? was no sooner known that the plate of .»_ n _ ur «_» of St. Pancras church,

Testimonial to ?? was no sooner known that the plate of .»_ n _ ur «_» of St. Pancras church,

had been"^nl "* ?? "IT principal members of hecoDmn?^ <hBn- * f*" r °f ,h" admiration of the zeal V^ discharged his arduous duties marU i\< ■ thßt Kentlen"-n selves to repair his loss, by wffi, _■lCO"ecV°" ,mon S then!- bnted, and presented in plate to him W" C°n,n*
May 9, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MEETINGS OF CREDITORS, BASINGHALL-STREET. TO-MCRAOW. h n G. Weston, Windsor, linen-draper 2 11 C. Sehleiermacher, Colernan-sin-et, wool.dealer 2 11 J.

MEETINGS OF CREDITORS, BASINGHALL-STREET. TO-MCRAOW. h n G. Weston, Windsor, linen-draper 2 11 C. Sehleiermacher, Colernan-sin-et, wool.dealer 2 11 J.

MiTart, Richmond, upholder 2 12 C. Gordon, Stepuey, merchant o U E. Tapp, Seven.dials. victualler ?? 2 11 J. Heilbrown, Painswick, wool-broker 1 12 T. Cole, Leadenhall-street,stationer.. .. 1 -3 DIVInFNDS. S. Hoadley, New Bond-stre»t, coachmaker 1 ft. Clarke and J. Burgess, Coal
May 9, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
STOCK AND SHAKE LIS IS— May 8. (By Authority ofthe Committee of the Stock Exchange,* ENGLISH STOCKS. Bank -»l«<*. 195

STOCK AND SHAKE LIS IS— May 8. (By Authority ofthe Committee of the Stock Exchange,* ENGLISH STOCKS. Bank -»l«<*. 195

i 5 South Soa Stock. I par Cent. Reduced. 92, |J, J Ditto, Old Aa. .1 ties J por Coat. Consols, 93, 4 3 | Ditto. Wow Dilto 34 per Cent., 1818, Each.Bills(M.l 4J 40pm Ipcr Cent. Ann., 1726, Ditto(lfd.) *4 por Cant. Red., 99J j f Ditto, »<»<. (14.) 43 40 pm New 34 per Comt..lOe| 1
May 9, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE LITER ART FUND SOCIETY..i...• _. _ .

THE LITER ART FUND SOCIETY..i...• _. _ .

THE LITER ART FUND SOCIETY. i...• _. _ . j The fiftieth anniversary of the Literary Fund Society was celebrated yesterday at the Freemasons' Tavern. His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge presided on the occa- sion, and the cross table presented an unusual number of dis- tingui
May 9, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
j BANQUET AT THE MANSION HOUSE.. * .—

j BANQUET AT THE MANSION HOUSE.. * .—

j BANQUET AT THE MANSION HOUSE. * . — The Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress gave a grand din- ner on Monday last, in the Egyptian Hall, to a distinguished company of the nobility and gentry and many of his Lord- ship's fello.v-citiz ena, who were invited to meet the Prince and Pri
May 9, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRIXCE GEORGE OF CAMBRIDGE. Gibraltar April 25.-After a residence in Gibraltar o aoove su months, this morning was the time

PRIXCE GEORGE OF CAMBRIDGE. Gibraltar April 25.-After a residence in Gibraltar o aoove su months, this morning was the time

fixed for , * e P* n ™ of his Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge for Malta. Oifeln^ lf T St BeVeD ' * M - ' « uard of hono " v^ith the yueen 8 colours, belonging to the 33d Regiment, marched lrom their quarters and took post in front of the Convent, at Much place numerous
May 9, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England