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THE " ROYAL, AA KF, $0,

THE " ROYAL, AA KF, $0,

THE " ROYAL , A A KF, $ 0 , ( Frem ths Hampshire Telegraph.) - Portsmouth, May 17.-The Barrosa Transport, Lieut, t Scrymgour, agent, arrived on Tuesday from Jamaica, with , two companies of artillery and invalids. The following offi- , cers came to England in her:-Lieut. Joseph M
May 20, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The total amount ot money in the Savino-s' I Banks of Great Britain now reachts the sum of 22,699 1&21.

The total amount ot money in the Savino-s' I Banks of Great Britain now reachts the sum of 22,699 1&21.

3s. id. I Fire at Cl.yremont Lodge. — At an early hour on Wednesday last, a fire broke out in the kitchen of i Clareraont Lodge, the residence of Sir William Burdett, ; Bart. The fire was first discovered by the butler, who ex- j erted himself with so much energy and judgment as
May 20, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Lords of her .Majesty's Treasury have given orders that tfiere shall be a copper coinage for the Isle ,

The Lords of her .Majesty's Treasury have given orders that tfiere shall be a copper coinage for the Isle ,

of Man. The coin is to have her Majesty's profile on one ' I ?? and on the reverse tlie shield with the three aimed Iv*-, 1 j the armorial bearings ofthe is!<>.— Manx Advertiser. ;s The King of the French has recently sent a i ! present to the Marquis of Bristol (between whom an
May 20, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Mr. Cha*.e» Kean is engaged for iv.elve oer- forman.es at the Haymarket Theatre, previous to his depar- ture for America.

Mr. Cha*.e» Kean is engaged for iv.elve oer- forman.es at the Haymarket Theatre, previous to his depar- ture for America.

He is. to mak. his fir^t appearance on Monday, June.'). Mr. T. Phillips resumes his lecturrs on vocal music this evening at tlie Polytechnic Institution. The Pro- fessor is ussisted by hi? pupils. Among the daily equestrians in the Park we observethe Lady Wilhelmina Stanhope. La
May 20, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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DUELLING..,.I.I.I...'...■.1.(.•...'.i.I.■.'.'.'.•

DUELLING. , I I I . ' . ■ 1 ( • . ' i I ■ ' ' ' • I The following address from the Archdeacon and clergy of j the city of Bath has been presented to Lord Powertcourt, in j reference to his recent duel with Mr. Roebuck, to which his Lordship has returned th° answer subjoined : — "
May 20, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
COURT OF EXCHEQUER. May 14

COURT OF EXCHEQUER. May 14

(Before Mr. Baron Alderson.) LADY HYDE PARKER V. CLIFFORD. Mr. JameB(with whom was Mr. (iibbs) stated the plain- tiff's case. It appeared from his statement, that some years ago Lady Hyde Parker got into difficulties, and an action was brought against her to recover the amount o
May 15, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Meetings in the Country.

Meetings in the Country.

Meetings the Country. 1839 Hellyer William, of Plymouth, painter; 25th May, eleven, Royal hotel, Plymouth—Last exam. 1824 Holgate George and Thomas Holgate, both of Burnley, co. of Lancaster, bankers, merchants, dlrs. eh. and copartners Nth June, eleven, Bull, Burnley, to audit,
May 18, 1839 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

Acton Thomas and Thomas Stafford, as silk warehousemen Manchester, Bth May—Debts by Acton Beastall Matthew and Johu furniture brokers, Nottingham, 6tli May Beny John Robert, Field Dunn Barker, and Henry Eaden, as wine merchants, Cambridge, so far as regards Benv, 10th May—Debts
May 18, 1839 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
SEQUESTRATIONS IN SCOTLAND.

SEQUESTRATIONS IN SCOTLAND.

Gazette—May 14, 1839. LAMB John and William, slaters and glaziers, Dalkeith; May, 10th June, twelve. Old Signet-hall, Edinburgh Gazette—Muy 17, 1839. ALLAN James, wine mercht., Aberdeen ; 24th May, 14th June, two, Royal hotel, Aberdeen SPENCE David, banker and seed merchant, Mel
May 18, 1839 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE NORTH-RIDING SESSIONS.—THE RICHMOND BOROUGH COURT. To the Editor of the Yorkshire Gazette. Sib, We now approach the only remaining

THE NORTH-RIDING SESSIONS.—THE RICHMOND BOROUGH COURT. To the Editor of the Yorkshire Gazette. Sib, We now approach the only remaining

class of officers whose duties I consider of sufficient importance to merit serious attention, they are the officers by whom all processes of tho court are to be executed, and although their duties are not of momentous nature those of the superior officers of the court, yet, it
May 18, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England