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RESIGNATION OF THE SPEAKER.

RESIGNATION OF THE SPEAKER.

The SPEAKER here rose and said, before proceeding to the orders of the day, I most respectfully request that I may be permitted to make a communication to the hou*e. Experience admonishes me that 1 have no longer strength to meet, as have hitherto done, the fatigue and labour ia
May 14, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE CHARTISTS

THE CHARTISTS

j. . Birmingham, May 13, 4 o'clock, p.m. «,,"" morning the town was uuusually excited, in cense- w°!* of the expected arrival of the members of the " Na- Uti,: invention " from London, and the known prepa- Jc, o,ls made by the magistrates to prevent a commotion. ?? an eaily'hour
May 14, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CHESTER RACES, 1839.

CHESTER RACES, 1839.

I Among the immense crowd ofldistinguisbed persons Ipresent, we noticed the Marquis of' Weastmninser, ?? Aliltown, Lord Waldgrave, SirTbhoa. and Lady Stanley, Sir R. B. WV. Bullielev, Sir Richard B3rooke, - Sir Edward Mlostyn, Sir John Hilton, Sir Edward Smytihe, the lion. Thoma
May 14, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
wmxom Londuc, May 13, 1839. Aniclei. fil'M. ASHES «. <l. •. a. First sort Fot, U3... None. Montreal « 00

wmxom Londuc, May 13, 1839. Aniclei. fil'M. ASHES «. <l. •. a. First sort Fot, U3... None. Montreal « 00

First sort PeuI.UJS. Noot. Montreal.... « 0 « £. ■BIMSTONE per too, 11 12 0 BRISTLES. (1. p. . .at per owl. St. Okalka . v,*^ 100 " .r » ,, u II 0 II 5 Secomls Konlgsberg l.eck >•> *» » « OOCHINBAL, mperlb. *. »• * J,t 6 J COCOA, ,tp rCWt- . n -n n TiiuidaJ ® ® Si. *5 JJ > Brazi
May 14, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Dnty. £ *. d. 0 6 0 Free. 0 0 Free.

Dnty. £ *. d. 0 6 0 Free. 0 0 Free.

May 14, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
by T. .If L, Son* ( Coutimued. Farming Implements and Salry Utensils. SOLD AUCTION, T. N. UARUWELI. AND SON, THIS

by T. .If L, Son* ( Coutimued. Farming Implements and Salry Utensils. SOLD AUCTION, T. N. UARUWELI. AND SON, THIS

DAY. J.UM Hlh.\*i9,nl U.t Market, near the Corn F.xrJutnye. Sheffield ; ONE narrow-wheeled WAGGON, with shelving, a pair of Harrows, Seed Harrows, 2 iiuall Harrows, one Holler, Water Cart, Hay Fork and Hake, Corn liins. Churn, and complete act of Dairy Utensils. Sale to commence
May 14, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
VICTORS LACS BOUSE, 32, DIVISION-STREET. MRS. HORNE, (LATE MISS BUCKLEY,) RETURNS her sincere thanks to her Friends, and the of

VICTORS LACS BOUSE, 32, DIVISION-STREET. MRS. HORNE, (LATE MISS BUCKLEY,) RETURNS her sincere thanks to her Friends, and the of

Sheffield generally, for the liberal patronage she has received since site commenced the aimve business, and kegs respectfully to inforn: them that she has received her Spring Patents, and trusts, punctuality, and moderate to merit a continuance of heir support. N.U. Ladies own
May 14, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
HORRIBLE MURDER AT HENLEY-ON-

HORRIBLE MURDER AT HENLEY-ON-

THAMES. About seven o’clock on Wednesday it was discovered tbot the dwelling-house of Mrs Phillips, 84 years age. Bring near House. Thames, had been broken open during night, and Its inmates murdered. The deceased lived herself, and was attended wife of farmer *s servant near th
May 14, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY DIVISION—JAMAICA

PARLIAMENTARY DIVISION—JAMAICA

Among the member* for Yorkshire and the adjoining counties who supported Ministeis in the division on this Bill, we find—Major F. Agliouby, P. Ainsworth, Edward Baines, C. Blackett, J. Bowes, Hon. G. H. Cavendish. E. S. Cayley, J. W. Childers, Sir S. Crompton. Hon. J. C. Dundas,
May 14, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England