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To Agriculturists.

To Agriculturists.

THE Stmscruntn begs to intimate, that he has got to hand a Cargo of superior BONE DUST; aim, a Cargo of RAPE DUST. Those wishing a supply of the Rape Dust are requested to apply without del ,y. JAS. FINDLATER, Jun. No. 12, High Street, Perth, 14th May, 1839.
May 15, 1839 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
CNAITACIIED.

CNAITACIIED.

licetcrtant M. Lloyd, front the 2d Dragoon% to Captain, with out pure:,mr. BREVET. Caro R R. Houghton. of the 71th foot, to be MaJ.or the army. )41M0 K' UM. The names of the Elmirallnt-4'oloot' of the ;th Dragoon Gnarls, are Alexander lionnely Clark Kennedy. tam • of eon, • Lieu
May 15, 1839 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
PERTII. 14th May, 11649. There was a demand fur all kinds of grai., la our market of Friday last, with

PERTII. 14th May, 11649. There was a demand fur all kinds of grai., la our market of Friday last, with

an advance in the prises of wheat and oats of from Is. to 2, per quarter. Our quotations ale as fol!ows, viz.:—Old wheat, 75.. to 785., new do., 645. to 723. narley, Ms. to 425. Oats, 284. to 335. Beans, 335. to 445.—a1l per quarter. ACCOUNT OF EXPERIMENTS MADE WITII SOME OF TOE
May 15, 1839 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
CIGARS

CIGARS

BRITISH WINES All descriptions, and of superior quality, at 14s. per dozen, or 6s. 9d. per gallon. Sparkling Champagne —Quarts 325. per dozen, Pints 16s. per dozen. F. F. C. pnrticnlsrly solicits attention to his Sparkling Champagne and celebrated Scotch Orange Wines. Country Sh
May 21, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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[No. 4650. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1839. Price sc?.]
May 16, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
HIGH WATER AT LONDON-BRIDGE TO-MORROW.

HIGH WATER AT LONDON-BRIDGE TO-MORROW.

| Mora. . . 33 m. after 4 | Alter. ..om. after 5
May 16, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TO THE HON. WILLIAM COWPER,

TO THE HON. WILLIAM COWPER,

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO HIS UNCLE, LORD MEL- BOURNE, AND M.P. FOR HERTFORD. May 17. Sir, — I perceive in the Times newspaper of this morning two extracts of addresses circulated by you to your consti- tuents at Hertford. The first, dated Monday, the 13th of May, is as follows : " E
May 17, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, Mat 20. »

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, Mat 20. »

Tie sessions teirfl'nated yesterday, when several of the prisoners received judgment, and tbeeentences of some which had been passed were coni'uuted, M d among them .hint Brodrick (convicted at the lasi evasions), and Joseph Burton, had their adjudications altered from se>en ) e
May 21, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CARLOW ELECTION COMMITTEE

CARLOW ELECTION COMMITTEE

CARLO W ELECTION COMMITTEE {Continued from the Standard of Saturday.) The vote of Patrick Doyle was not decided when the com- mittee adjourned. THIS DAT. The committee met again this morning at the usual hour, when the examination of witnesses on the vote of Patrick Doyle which o
May 20, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
I'KOVIXCIAL BAXVK OF IRELAND.

I'KOVIXCIAL BAXVK OF IRELAND.

wii ?? th.* annual general meeting ofthe proprietors of this .-.ink ,vas held at their oflkr- in Broad-street, forthe purpose of electing four directors, hi room of those going out -y rotation, .-.nd of receiving the report of tlie director! on the Business of the past year. Amo
May 18, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England