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To the EDITOR of AD ING MERCURY. Sir,—Being appointed to the office of Overseer of Poor, rather Poor-rate, and having

To the EDITOR of AD ING MERCURY. Sir,—Being appointed to the office of Overseer of Poor, rather Poor-rate, and having

(although nearly GO years age) never served any parish office, and believe many are in case, among your numerous readers, I think a journal my proceedings may be useful, and at tbe same time solicit, through your paper, advice how to act myself. After receiving the appointment,
May 18, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ENGLISH FUNDS.

ENGLISH FUNDS.

' IS ' o'Clock. 1 ' Cij Q Long Annuities 'J,.,,,- 'h-du. E.i V>l India Stock 11 n *°hi. India Bonds 36*. pm. "' •• "« Exchequer Bills 34«. pm. 100J Consols for the Account. 93J Saturoav, May 18, 12 o'Clock. 101 Mexican 6 per Cent • **<J Peruvian 6 per Cent 19 .i, !'"'' v enf. s
May 18, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
"MEASURES OF THE MINISTRY.

"MEASURES OF THE MINISTRY.

" have much gratification in laying the following before our readers. '■'■(From our own Correspondent.) "London, Saturday Evening. " The Cabinet Council to-day was fully attended. It sat upwards of four hours. I shall give you the result of the Ministerial deliberations, as far
May 18, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
EPSOM RACES, FRIDAY.

EPSOM RACES, FRIDAY.

SECOND EDITION. Berkshire CTironide Office, Satt/fdny, One Clock. City.—Fbidat.—The sales of stock account of the Bank were, it is believed, continued to-day, although managed more privately, and probably to tie great extent! One sale J>,OCKM., on account the savings-banks, was
May 18, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Valuable Freehold Meadow and Building Land, PANG BOURN, BERKS. Messrs. Daniel smith and son will SELL BY AUCTION, at the

Valuable Freehold Meadow and Building Land, PANG BOURN, BERKS. Messrs. Daniel smith and son will SELL BY AUCTION, at the

George Iks, Reading, on Wednesday, the 29th of May, 1839, at Two o'Clock, Lots, direction of the Proprietor (unless acceptable offer shall previously made for the whole), about Four Acres and a Half of very valvable and highly productive Freehold FASTI. RE LAND, eligibly situate
May 18, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
NOTICES. Advertisers —It is particularly requested that Alrertis>. mails intended for insertion in the Chronicle may, wheneter practicable, sent to

NOTICES. Advertisers —It is particularly requested that Alrertis>. mails intended for insertion in the Chronicle may, wheneter practicable, sent to

the Office on or before Thursday. Second Edition". —.4 Second Edition of this Paper, containing a Report of Reading Market and the latest intelligence, is published every Saturday afternoon at One o'clock.
May 18, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE POET His IA»Vt. " vieillirez, belle . Bkrakger—"La bonne veilie." Thoit wilt gi-ow old, ray beloved one Tbou grow

THE POET His IA»Vt. " vieillirez, belle . Bkrakger—"La bonne veilie." Thoit wilt gi-ow old, ray beloved one Tbou grow

old —when X shall no more. For me alas Time quickly flown, A* the days I've lost were twice lo!d cr. Thou wiit grow old, when I am laid in earth, But faithful to memory wilt thou prove; Aud oft at eve, beside thy tranquil hearth, Repeat my songs—the songs you used to love. When
May 18, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FAIRS AND MARKETS DURING THE MONTH OF MAY.

FAIRS AND MARKETS DURING THE MONTH OF MAY.

Amesbury Friday May 17. Chippenham Friday 17. Mere Friday.... ——17. Swindon Monday Westbury Monday Salisbury Monday & Tuesday 20 & 21. Corsley Heath Tuesday 21. Cricklade Great Market, Tuesday 21. Bradford Monday 27.
May 16, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
THE MORALITY OF THE CONSERVATIVE PRESS.

THE MORALITY OF THE CONSERVATIVE PRESS.

The following are illustrations of that pure and chaste style of writing which so gratefully recommends itself to Tory palates. The sentiments are quite "courtly," though the ideas conveyed in them are enough to make a sweep blush. The Morning Post comes first "The female tyrant
May 18, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ADDRESSES TO THE QUEEN.

ADDRESSES TO THE QUEEN.

The vestries of St. Mary-le-bone, and St. Paneras, in the metropolis, have met. and addressed the Queen. the latter, with one dissentient voice, an address was voted, expressi g in the strongest terms their indignation at the attempt to banish from her Majesty's presence her fem
May 18, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England