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NATIONAL EDUCATION

NATIONAL EDUCATION

Th* denunciations which tht- Binbop Lord Stanley have hurled both Houses si nan education scheme propounded by ter*, rouet awaken the country to the importance a project that is eaietcnce of an established Church, and eta bw infidelity and scepticism throughout the laad H** affa
May 10, 1839 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
RACKS TO COME.

RACKS TO COME.

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May 10, 1839 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
T. T ADMA N, UNEN DRAPER, SILK MERCER, HABERDASHER, HOSIER AND GLOVER, (Next Door to Finder's Cloth Hall, and opposite

T. T ADMA N, UNEN DRAPER, SILK MERCER, HABERDASHER, HOSIER AND GLOVER, (Next Door to Finder's Cloth Hall, and opposite

the George Inn, Wmitf-fhiargatb, ) TJESPECTFULLY acknowledges the liberality of hia Friends and the Public, since II oxnmenred the above Establishment on his own account, and to acquaint them that ho lias purchased from the London and Manchester Market*, VERY CHOICE VARIETY OF G
May 10, 1839 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
_■■■' .. I Outlawry. — A County Court of the Sheriff if Middlesex was holden yesterday, when the customary business

_■■■' .. I Outlawry. — A County Court of the Sheriff if Middlesex was holden yesterday, when the customary business

was gone through. Only five persons were called on notice of outlawry, being about one-fourth the number i generally called. All the old names are missing from the list. A Wink Bill. — ln the Sheriff* a Court yester- day^ a wine-merchant named Davis sought to recover the sum '•f
May 10, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
?? tato _ *-'*••• *U4- Loa4o«, by THOM X* ?? _r ?? ,f "VJh r _j krok-*-"--"». ■■■ _»n,t»t«- «e«s^

?? tato _ *-'*••• *U4- Loa4o«, by THOM X* ?? _r ?? ,f "VJh r _j krok-*-"--"». ■■■ _»n,t»t«- «e«s^

a. MKWwa- frtdey. May 10, l«»r.
May 10, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TiiE MOHNING FOST. HER MAJESTY'S THIATIE. TO-MORBOW EVENING will be performed Donizetti's Opera, ANSA BOLENA. The principal Characters by Madame

TiiE MOHNING FOST. HER MAJESTY'S THIATIE. TO-MORBOW EVENING will be performed Donizetti's Opera, ANSA BOLENA. The principal Characters by Madame

6. r '™>, Mdlle. Monnani, Mdlle. _ C-rlai ; Signor Rubini, and Signor- L_.-l«cne To condcrie with the successful Ballci entitled ROBERT _E DIABLB. Principal Performers- Madame Guerra, Mdlle. Eellon; Signor Guerra, M. Gosselin, and M. Mathieu. Applications for Bex.., Stalls, and
May 10, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
_ esterday his Imperial Highness the Arch- Duke Alexander of Russia, accompanied by the Prince of the Netherlands, and several

_ esterday his Imperial Highness the Arch- Duke Alexander of Russia, accompanied by the Prince of the Netherlands, and several

foreign Noblemen, attended by Viscount Torrington. visited the exhibition of the Royal Academy. They were received and accompanied through the rooms hy the president and secretary of that institution." The Duchess of Montrose, we are "-lad to hear, is getting well as fast as pos
May 10, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Loss op the Linnet.— We have received for the WU dotes and Orphans of the crew of this vessel 10s. from " A Friend, Chelmsford.''
May 10, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
I.niW* TBS LOVBOH GAZETTE,.BANKRUPTS.

I.niW* TBS LOVBOH GAZETTE,.BANKRUPTS.

I niW* TBS LOVBOH GAZETTE, BANKRUPTS. Friday, May 3. Briggs, T., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grocer, to surrender May 27, at 1, June 14, at 3, at the Bankrupt Commission Room, Newcastle-upon-Tyne : solicitors, Mr. Gibson, Newcastle- ?? ; and Messrs. Swain, Stevens, Maples, Pearce, Hunt,
May 10, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
HIGH WATKR AT LONDON-BRIDGE TO-MORROW.

HIGH WATKR AT LONDON-BRIDGE TO-MORROW.

Morn. . .0 m. after 12 ] After. . . 1/ m. after 12
May 10, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England