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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
 
PROCEEDINGS of the CHARTISTS.

PROCEEDINGS of the CHARTISTS.

IPROCEEI)INGS of the CHARl'TISTS. X.Vr1ION AL (ION VEINTIION. At the mneeting of the National Conivenition onl Wed-i nesda y, O'Connor said that the first act of til( Tories was I to arrest One or their bod y, and that tlo~y Avould arrest e very memiber (if, the( Convenition, als
May 15, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
In another part of our paper will be found the explanation of Sir Robert Peel, in the House of Com

In another part of our paper will be found the explanation of Sir Robert Peel, in the House of Com

DERBY MERCURY. IVEDNIESDAY, MAY 15, 18,39. In another part of our paper will be found the ex- platiation of Sir Robert Peel, in the House of Con:- i ?? - - 1 , n ., . ?? - ?? on Nlonday evening, of the cause which induced e himii to relinquish the endeavour to fbrrn a conservativ
May 15, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ADDRESS TO TIlE QUEEN. MHE Men of London are requested to attend the 1 GRAND) 7UETROPOLITA; DEMONSTATION, t be made on Whit M1onday, onl KenniniIgtoil Commoini, to Ail de the Queen in favour of the Irineiple to of the" P'e FoIc's C harte r. The difirent Associtations wsilt meet a
May 19, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CHARTISTS.

THE CHARTISTS.

S . 0 0 i r; || ?? ?? , , 'r i(: A Chartist meeting was held on Saturday night at Weden- sough- green, Moltrtiam, and'atteilded-by severalihundreds from Hyde and Glossop. As usual, the speakers 1werpsiavoiting forth inflammatory language. When thq HyAe ptr9ceaoiop'was leaving Mo
May 18, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTON, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1839.

PRESTON, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1839.

THE CHRONICLE, D PRESTON, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 839. , THE MELIIOURNE CABINET AND THE EX PEEL CABINET. -Doubtless most of our readers arc already aware of ltlO cabinet making transactions which have beon in progress of operation since last week. In order to give a full, explicit, and
May 18, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Markets, Prices Current, &c.

Markets, Prices Current, &c.

wMuwm-J*- I Turt'rat. Vf B IANGORl, Fir/ds', Maiy It. a. (I. a. tI* /* Wheat .74 0 to 89C iOuta. ?? 'iet (3 ; 4 Blarley~ . .. 0 - 45 C) ()ttiletil. 37 por 210 1 k. d. d.t I. "'. B~ee per lbi to ?? t(I t s. d. a. it . i4 a ii. Wheat ?? 5/5 0 to 61; 0Parley_. . 40, 0 to 44 9) Di/tt
May 21, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
MARKED Mr. »uai>d -hiry- Sireet. . ar... V. War-..:e:.-»trevt, I, i.u<» :ii»> fornxsr p!ac?. ??. Mr. Iti * Ksj]..-r, daughter

MARKED Mr. »uai>d -hiry- Sireet. . ar... V. War-..:e:.-»trevt, I, i.u<» :ii»> fornxsr p!ac?. ??. Mr. Iti * Ksj]..-r, daughter

of Mr. IHiwr. bander, v.an * :i: ::ie / Wycombe. the Kr»v. Mr. Miliums, oj" \>;weil Ihtuse. »o Lyiua, da:: liter Mr. John Coventi v. :»»e inst.. ivy the Ki-ht Ilcn. anu'Kew d A-T-jn. .Mr. lienor. Alcesitr, lo Ann, second daughter i'ITKS, Lmj., Ivetiditch. Tact. respec!?J, ItOild
May 18, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
LEICESTER JOURNAL.

LEICESTER JOURNAL.

FRIDAV, MAY 17, 1839. W'iietheh tic- nation doomed yet little while longer to groan under the incubus of a W Administration, or whether the events now progressing for its release will immediatelv effectual, we think, matter?* little; in cither case, the Whig rt-iini i- ine its ;
May 17, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LOUGHBOROUGH POLICE REPORT.-May 16.

LOUGHBOROUGH POLICE REPORT.-May 16.

'or- Dtid!e>!, Cierh, C. ?.J. Phillips, il. J. Vanrvt, IX. G. CrcsirrU, mat Edtrard Ciwjiry, Exqrx. and the Hun. am! Iter. //. J). Benjamin Baum, a railway labourer, was charged by Henry Thrussington, labourer, with stealing pair trousers, a light waistcoat, t-vo silk handkerchi
May 17, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England