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Accident from the Kick of a Horse. — j \ c. tarda v morning a shocking occurrence happened to a

Accident from the Kick of a Horse. — j \ c. tarda v morning a shocking occurrence happened to a

man, j named James Hicki. aged 39. in the employ of .Mr. Sermons, ) veterinar. surgeon, &c, Long-lane, SiuithfielH. Itappeais' that the unfortunate mv. was employed iv shoeing n horse, a high-spirited animal, when it suddenly kicked out, and striking him on the left thigi.. knoc
May 11, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
iW. BRISTOL, May 10.

iW. BRISTOL, May 10.

*t cur private correspondent.) ?? THE MINISTRY. ,. at a very serious discount in the city of Bris- P«»|(^jr[ ll _--ce of the downfall of Lord Melbourne's 4_^H> vL. Was received with the utmost delight by _L"t Th *> ood wishes and opinions are worth ?? *v < fefr {lle d and crest-
May 11, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS.

RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS.

The Melbourne Ministry has " played out the play" and spoken the epilogue. After four tedious years of political chicanery, after having touched upon and marred every point of domestic policy and foreign relation: —after having attempted to alter every law and disturb every prev
May 11, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Miscellaneous.

Miscellaneous.

Society of Arts, April 9, —Mr. Quekett gave a lecture onßoss'soxy-hydrogen microscope, illustrative of botanical subjects. The lecturer pointed out, in a clear and simple manner, by the aid of numerous coloured drawings, various sections, as well as specimens, of numerous variet
May 11, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
VALUAB LE ESTATES, SITUATE THE TOWN OF STONY STRATFORD, AND NEWTON LONGVILLE, THE COUNTY OF BUCKS, AND AT WICKEN AND

VALUAB LE ESTATES, SITUATE THE TOWN OF STONY STRATFORD, AND NEWTON LONGVILLE, THE COUNTY OF BUCKS, AND AT WICKEN AND

DENSHANGER, IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON, Which (by the Direction of the Parties interested under the ill of the late Mr. Robert Porter, deceased) will be offered Sale auction, l>fi Philip Box, AT THE COCK INN, STONY STRATFORD, On FRIDAY, the 24th day of MAY next, at o'Clock in
May 11, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
BIRTHS. On the 7th inst. at gham, the lady the Rev. William Andrewes, of daughter. At Brecon, on the 15th

BIRTHS. On the 7th inst. at gham, the lady the Rev. William Andrewes, of daughter. At Brecon, on the 15th

ult., the lady of Captain James Watson, llth regt., of son. On Tuesday last, at Amersham, the ev . John Tyr«hitt Drake, William Weller.jnn., Esq., Am( rsham to Lydia, youne**st danghter the late George Hollovvay, Esq., Two Waters, Herts. At Amersham, on the same day, by the Rev.
May 11, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
District News.

District News.

OLDHAM. Oldham Fair—() n Thursday, the annual May fair was held. It was well attended, but the amount of business done was Unfitted, owing to the depressed state of trade. Twopenny theatres, and some shows of wonderful animals, served to amuse the youngsters. Chemistry —On Thurs
May 11, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
auction. Useful Household Furniture, and Valuable Fixtures, the property of John Hardman, Esq. By Mr. R. WINSTANLEY, on the premises,

auction. Useful Household Furniture, and Valuable Fixtures, the property of John Hardman, Esq. By Mr. R. WINSTANLEY, on the premises,

Cross-lane, tho second house on the right from Pendleton, on Monday 13th instaat. at ten o'clock precisely, in consequence of the number of lots: THE FURNITURE comprises a capital mahogany library bookcase, with glazed doors, eiaht feet wide, nine feet high; with glazed doors ab
May 11, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FRENCH SPRING FASHIONS.

FRENCH SPRING FASHIONS.

Its. HESS MAKE US, AN OTHER LADIES VISITING LONDON. (~iHARL.ES MEF.KIXU, 02, Holhorn Hill, next St. Andrew's Clmrcli, to announce that his has just returned from Paris, where he has selected every novelty for tile season, consisting of FLOUR GilOS D'ULLOA, VELOUTINES, Gluts 1 A
May 11, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Wages to police officers, to 27;fi of April, 14 weeks, at 81. 15. I officers, during assizes and sea- Printing

Wages to police officers, to 27;fi of April, 14 weeks, at 81. 15. I officers, during assizes and sea- Printing

handbills Expenses examining weights and measures 14 18 Pistols, I*2/. 125., staves, 3/. 12s. 4
May 11, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England