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UNITED STATES.

UNITED STATES.

UNITED Sum7 S. PHILADELPIIIA, APRIL 25 f 1839. [FROM OUll OWN CORSESPONIDENT.] Alitough but three days have elapsed slnce the sailing of the Great Western, yet-our arrivals from Canada and the northern frontier teem wiith interest. It JO evident that a set of miscreants are doing
May 20, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

PUBLIC( AMUSEMBNTS. TheTHIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION of the SOCIETY of PAINTERS it, WATER COLOURS, Sit their GallryFll- allEst, la NOW OPEN.-OPeR earl day I~fro Nn till Zelnl-Admsittanaob. is. Catalitaue, fid. JR. IL seec. The FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION Pf the NEW SOCIETY of PAINTE
May 20, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WETMINSTER SESSIONS—FRIDAY.

WETMINSTER SESSIONS—FRIDAY.

WfEST'M1NSTER SESSION"S-FRxDAY. [PtefIte Mr Sergcant Au &n(i a flach ?? ] tf~l ?? f liuggins stood irndlcted for stearling live piecs of vood. the propclrty ot ?? CofIlb1oCern of her ljesty'os Woods and ilr. CLAIRN9ON soil be oppitared at thle Init.nite of the Commiq- ci t ni fir
May 20, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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
 
DUELLING..,.I.I.I...'...■.1.(.•...'.i.I.■.'.'.'.•

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
 
Winchester,

Winchester,

SATURDAY, MAY 18. An inquest was taken by Mr. Todd, on Tuesday last, the new Union Poor-house, in the pans Eling, on the body of Ann Bromfield, whose was occasioned by abscess in the lungs, pro by blows received from her husband, George - field, on the 28th January last, when he
May 20, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
The Court of Exchequer has declined to giro an opinion upon the legality the transportation of the four Canadian prisoners,

The Court of Exchequer has declined to giro an opinion upon the legality the transportation of the four Canadian prisoners,

but has decided that they were lawfully custody, and thereupon remanded them, leaving* the Executive decide upon the course adopted respecting them. Births.—ln St. the wif,» J. H. Vivian. Esq., M. P., dan.—At Culverthorpe, the Hun. Mrs. Handlcy, a dan.—The wife of the Hon. Thou.
May 20, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England