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REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

(From the Mark-hine Express.J In the early part of the week the weather was tolerably fine, though by no means warm, as the wind remained steadily at north and north-east: since Wednesday the atmosphere has become extremely cold, and on the evening of that day the metropolis and
May 17, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
MR. UGLOW has the honour to announce a Grand Performance of Sacred Music ST. JAMES'S CHURCH, (Suffolk Square,) On TUESDAY

MR. UGLOW has the honour to announce a Grand Performance of Sacred Music ST. JAMES'S CHURCH, (Suffolk Square,) On TUESDAY

MORNING, MAY the 31st, 1839, under the distinguished patronage Lady de Saumarez Lady Burdett Lady Ricketts Mrs. Merry Lord <Je Saumarez Sir Charles Morgan, Bart. Sir William Burdett, Bart. Sir M. Cusac Smith, Bart. Capt. Ellis Rev. G. Bonner Pearson Thompson, Esq. Cregoe Colmore
May 18, 1839 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
ROYAL BATHS, Ncarthe MEDWAY CANAL and within Five Minutes walk of GR AVESEND. PROPRIETORS have the honour to JL announce

ROYAL BATHS, Ncarthe MEDWAY CANAL and within Five Minutes walk of GR AVESEND. PROPRIETORS have the honour to JL announce

to the public, that the whole of their BATHS, which have been fitted in a superior style of Elegance and Comfort, is OPENED FOR THE SEASON. The Baths will consist Warm Salt Water, Steam, Shower, and Cold and Tepid Swimming Baths. The water being supplied The MED VAY ROCHESTER, c
May 18, 1839 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
■4> . - that (Uaooitration, atch appointment houtfho'd should be tntirtly acceptable to pour Majeetj | personal feelings, “On your

■4> . - that (Uaooitration, atch appointment houtfho'd should be tntirtly acceptable to pour Majeetj | personal feelings, “On your

Majesty’* expreeaiao a d#f‘ro that the Earl of Liverpool sboold hold an office Wmc household, Sir Robert Peel requested >our Majet(y*t percni»»ion at ones offer j to L'irJ Liverpool the ofice of Lord Steward, or any other which roigh’. prefer Sir Robert Peel then observed, that
May 18, 1839 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
BOROUGH OF GBAVKSEND

BOROUGH OF GBAVKSEND

CELEBRATION HER V JFSTV’S BIRTH-DAY. PUBLIC DINNER will take place in the T Hall ThuracU'. 23rd inst,, at Four o’clock, the Worabj|>fu) the M in the chair. Tickets (including a bottle cf wine) 6d. each, beiadofMr Colnet. Pier Hotel; Mr Reeves, Rose Inn; Mr. Morgan, High Street,
May 18, 1839 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
THE HERALD AND THE COCKERMOUTII UNION DIETARY TABLE.

THE HERALD AND THE COCKERMOUTII UNION DIETARY TABLE.

To the Editor of the Cumberland Racquet. Sir, availed myself of an opportunity ot informing the public last week, through the medium of the Pacquel, that the Editor of the ilerald, in his remarks on your observations on the Cockermouth Dietary Table, either told you and the publ
May 21, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KESWICK SPRING FAIR,

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KESWICK SPRING FAIR,

The second spring ‘air at Keswick look place on Thursday last, and though well attended by jobbers and many loral buyers, prices were considerably below ihose realised at the first fair The show of stock was also considerably less than at the former lair, and yet no withstanding
May 21, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS GLEANINGS.

MISCELLANEOUS GLEANINGS.

The Church and Agriculture—lt must be borne in mini), with the other cousiHeratiou* the corn-law question that if the viewa the corn law agitators should carried out, one of the consequence* would be, the crippling of the Established Church, grievioualy damaging it* temporal sup
May 21, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
LIVERPOOL BUTTEI MARKET. MAY 15.

LIVERPOOL BUTTEI MARKET. MAY 15.

LIVERPOOL MARKET. MAY 15. We experienced a good demand for New Hutier dunne the past week, at decline of Is to 2« on the finer, and of to 3s perewton the middling descriptions of Waterford, Cork, and Limerick. Lard, is also m fair request. Butter, per cwt. t. s. Beef, Mess, per t
May 21, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
ON MARKETS,

ON MARKETS,

MARK L, INE, Mo ndav. May 13. H.ivlns Ursa supply Wheat laad samples this raornmj, sales could not proceeded with until a redaction nfls. to 2j. per „r was submitted to, after which the stands were pretty well cleared. The sale of Foreign was rather limited at the above declinp.
May 16, 1839 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England