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N ow Ready, foolenp, O N NATIONAL EDUCATION. A LETTER to the MARQUIS of LANSDOWNE from the Rev. ROLIER r

N ow Ready, foolenp, O N NATIONAL EDUCATION. A LETTER to the MARQUIS of LANSDOWNE from the Rev. ROLIER r

lAAC WILIO.RFORCE. John Mutrmy. Alhemarle-strPct.
May 11, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SCOTTISH SEQUESTRATION.

SCOTTISH SEQUESTRATION.

_ SINCLAIR. John, South St. Andrew-street. Edinburgh, merchant, May 13. 28, at 2, at the Old Signet Hall, Royal Exchange, Edinburgh.
May 11, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PROGRESS OF THE "MOVEMENT" IN BIRMING HAM.

PROGRESS OF THE "MOVEMENT" IN BIRMING HAM.

(From the Ten — io — w — i - ts' Messenger.) Sunday. The Chartists, not content with devoting six days in the week for prosecuting their incendiary desies„ and keeping in a feverish state of excitement the public ! mind, must needs desecrate the Sabbath f or th e i r unconsti• .
May 11, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WANTED an ADVOWSON, of the net annual value of about 4001.. in any of the Home Unties, and near a

WANTED an ADVOWSON, of the net annual value of about 4001.. in any of the Home Unties, and near a

Market Town, with the prospect of very any possession. , particulars to be addressed to Messrs. Shuttleworth and '"ns, No. 28, Poultry.
May 11, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHARACTER OF THE ENGLISH PEASANTRY'. —Hodge is now growing up into a tall, lung, smockfrocked, straw- hatted, ankle-booted fellow, with

CHARACTER OF THE ENGLISH PEASANTRY'. —Hodge is now growing up into a tall, lung, smockfrocked, straw- hatted, ankle-booted fellow, with

a gait as graceful as one of his own plough-bullocks. He has grown up and gone to service ; and there he is, as simple, as ignorant, and as laborious a creature as one of the waggon-horses that he drives. The mechanic sees his weekly newspaper over his pipe and pot; but the clod
May 11, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
from exciting the apprehensions of the middle classes, and from countenancing any appeals to force. 'We saw therefore, with deep

from exciting the apprehensions of the middle classes, and from countenancing any appeals to force. 'We saw therefore, with deep

regret, the letter of Lord JOHN RUSSELL, which appeared in our paper yesterday, and which excited so many bitter comments in the Convention. The Tory Parsons, who set the bells ringing throughout the country, and drank an additional bottle of port on the day they heard of Lord M
May 11, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ARREST OF SEVERAL MEMBERiI OF THE DEMOCRATIC

ARREST OF SEVERAL MEMBERiI OF THE DEMOCRATIC

ASSOCIATION. This office was crowded to excess the entire day in consequence of thirteen persons, members of the above Association, being taken into custody last night in Ship-yard,Temple-bar, upon whom were found a number of pikes, banners, and documents relating to their proce
May 11, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SERIOUS RIOT AMONG THE MEN EMPLOYED ON THE BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY.

SERIOUS RIOT AMONG THE MEN EMPLOYED ON THE BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY.

SERIOUS RIOT AAIONG 'ITHE ME EMIMLOXLU ON THE BIRMINGHAM HAILW\A Yfsterdnsy mtorning three prisoneros namnd JOh',`ota`Y Williang Rriolue, and Jlamles Moore, were blaiglat Cupi the New Bailey, charged wvith having coaiallrtedsondrY damages on tbe Birminghat rildwny, any Mr. JOs as
May 11, 1839 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

.tjipping Intelligence. Tito Atwon, of Kincartline, from Port au Prince, Iat. 4.1. long. 46. woic sprtkten with on thle 17th tilt. boy the Naiad, Itvesi, arrivirI at St lawceq. 'l'e WVelconie, Goan flretenoik for South Auatran,;1 wan atroken tvitit ol let .lanoarv, mot. 2. B0. N.
May 11, 1839 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

I HOUSE OF LORDS-FRIDAY. petitlons rI favour of Mr. Hill's plan of postage were pre- msated by the Earl of Radnor the Duke of Richmond the Marquess of Lansdowne, the -arotess of Bate, t Le ruk of Rutland, Lord Portman, the Barl of Zetland and Lord Brougham, who observed that It
May 11, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England