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HALF-YEARLY EXAMINATION AT SANDHURST. The usual half-yearly public examination of the officers and gentlemen cadets studying at the Royal Military

HALF-YEARLY EXAMINATION AT SANDHURST. The usual half-yearly public examination of the officers and gentlemen cadets studying at the Royal Military

Colleo, took place on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the 18th, 17th, and 18th inst. At the close of the examination the thllowing officers were presented with the usual first class certificates of qualifications:— Lieut. J. G. Weir, 29th Regiment. Lieut. W. H. Cope, Rale Brigad
May 23, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
A . CLERGYMAN willing to Undertake Les the ell RGE of a CoUNTRV PARISH in the VALE of , ore

A . CLERGYMAN willing to Undertake Les the ell RGE of a CoUNTRV PARISH in the VALE of , ore

BrAcKm.ol{E. DORSET. during the Summer .or Autumn Nontlas, esn be accommodated with a good Rectory House. Garden or Servants. Satisfacto-y References will be expected. _ Address, post paid, to the Rev. A. 8., Mr. Shipp's Library. kliand ford.
May 25, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ITT-LER'S TASTELESS SEIDLITZ pownEß,-0 the sold ingredients of the Seidlitz Spring, which are usually offered to the public in two

ITT-LER'S TASTELESS SEIDLITZ pownEß,-0 the sold ingredients of the Seidlitz Spring, which are usually offered to the public in two

separate Portions, are here, by a process which prevents any sponta, neous action noon each other, combined in one compound Powder.—the effervescing solution of which in water is very hearly tasteless. Being inclosed in a bottle. it will, when kept isecurely corked, remain uninj
May 25, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEW WORK BY THE COUNTESS OF BLES. SINGTON. Just Ready, In a beautifully-printed Volume, foolscap Svo., cloth lettered, with giit

NEW WORK BY THE COUNTESS OF BLES. SINGTON. Just Ready, In a beautifully-printed Volume, foolscap Svo., cloth lettered, with giit

edges, DESULTOR Y THOUGHTS, and REFLECTIONS. By the COUNTESS of BLESSINGTON. Vivere ci•igitare est." "Life is measured but by thoughts and affections." London: Longman , Orme, and Co.
May 25, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

There is much talk of a new ,Algerine expedition, to be called the expedition of Hatnaza. The Duke de Nemours is to form part of the expedition, and the prince is to proceed by Constantine, and retire by Stora. Thus the poor Arabs ate to have another war made against them, simpl
May 25, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Chamber has very properly, at the Instigation of M. the new Minister of Public Instruction, put a veto on such

Chamber has very properly, at the Instigation of M. the new Minister of Public Instruction, put a veto on such

pretensions. - • , On Thursday the Prefect of Police had two hours' conference with the King. It is believed that his Majesty, thocgh not quite satisfied with the ignorance of the police as to the revolt of the 12th May, is still so convinced of the integrity and devotedness of
May 28, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Thii Day, price Is., XATIONAL RELIGIOUS EDUCATION; a SERMON preached at ST. ANDREA'S, HOLLinitN, Stirpi hip May 26,1839, for the

Thii Day, price Is., XATIONAL RELIGIOUS EDUCATION; a SERMON preached at ST. ANDREA'S, HOLLinitN, Stirpi hip May 26,1839, for the

Infant School of St. Peter's. Saffron. To which is prefixed a Prefatory LE rrEit to Lord JOHN SSELL, with an Appendix, c...ntaining Extracts of the elflutes of Council, and Observations on the same. the Rev. R. W. DIN, A.M., of St. John's College, Cambridge. Published for the be
May 28, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LIVE:E.:PO 0 L 11,7S.ETS COTTON MARKET, May 24. The attendance of the trade this week has been rather more numeious,

LIVE:E.:PO 0 L 11,7S.ETS COTTON MARKET, May 24. The attendance of the trade this week has been rather more numeious,

but their purchases continue to be very trifling, and to effect sales a further decline has been submitted to ot id in the lower qualities of American, as also in Brazils and surats. The sales of the week amount to 9440 bags, of which 450 are American for exportation. The Import
May 28, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDA'. ' The Swinley Stakes of 25 sors. each for 3 yrs old, ist. 41b. ; :ml 4 yrs, Bst.

WEDNESDA'. ' The Swinley Stakes of 25 sors. each for 3 yrs old, ist. 41b. ; :ml 4 yrs, Bst.

10ib. ; fillies allowed 31b. The last mile and a cif, to start at the Swinlev-post. Mr. s. llcrberes b. f. Caracole, 3 vet—Lord Albemarle s l'ayearolle, 3 rs—Coliniel Peel's lon, yrs. The Alb3ny Stakes of 59 sovs eac h , b. ft., for three yrs. old colts, Bst. 71b, ; fillies, 3st
May 27, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
illiiren ny re rch, IS such

illiiren ny re rch, IS such

May 24, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England