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LEICESTER.—CORN INSPECTORS RETCR*. Saturday, May 18. Average price of Corn, per Quarter, (Imp. meoture.j Wheat 75s -W Hye Od Barlay d Beans 0 d OaU.*. 2d Pea« 36* 'Miitok Mowbrat. Tuesday, May 21. Wheat 68* 72« 0i I OaU 26* Od ® 30* 0i Barltv 30* 40* Od | 8eam...38* tie Od ' But
May 24, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
GUMLEY ASSOCIATION, // For tht' Prosecution of Felons, Ac. General Annual Meeting of the Members of this | Association will

GUMLEY ASSOCIATION, // For tht' Prosecution of Felons, Ac. General Annual Meeting of the Members of this | Association will

be held at the Rose and Clown Inn, Kib*orth Harcourt, on Friday, the day of May instant. W. Wabtnabv, J UN. Solicitor and Treasurer. 21-t May, l*> 39. «r Dinner on the Table Two o'clock. - Meeting of the Members this Association, held the day May, It was Ordered, that every Memb
May 24, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
JOHN WAUDBY & SONS

JOHN WAUDBY & SONS

SEG leave to inform their Friends, Architects, Ruilder*, and the. Public general, haring completed their Machinery and Marble Works, ex pease, they are now enabled to exi rute ariV orders with which they may be favoured with accuracy and dispatch, the fint style of workmanship,
May 24, 1839 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CAirUION. W LAM BERT, sole Proprietor of the original and genuine Dr. SCOTT* BII.IOI’S and LIVF.R PI IXB, thinks it

CAirUION. W LAM BERT, sole Proprietor of the original and genuine Dr. SCOTT* BII.IOI’S and LIVF.R PI IXB, thinks it

necetsary to caution the inhabitants of Hull and it* eicimty against a spunou* medicine which i* *old in Hull and many part* of Yorkahire. under the assumed title Biliou* and Liver Pills W. L. request* purrhaaer* genuine are in a round turned box. covered with green paper, with
May 24, 1839 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
DEATH OF THE EARL OF POWIS.

DEATH OF THE EARL OF POWIS.

DEATH THE EARL OF POWIS. We Have already briefly noticed the thi* excellent nobleman, look place at the family residence, rather suddenly Thursday morninit week. lllordahip was taken ill at half-peat twelve o’clock. nhen hi* aorta. Viscount Clive and the Hon. Roht. Clive, were im
May 24, 1839 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THU RAO At.

THU RAO At.

following newlj-created peers took oatli* and ihcir aeata —Lord who was intnslaeed Lord Hrsjbrooke laird Kusebery; sod Lord Weuluck, wbo wss Introduced by Lord Rarybrooke snd Lord Portman. Lord BaoLUHiw presented petition, signed by 7.000 of iohabilaati of Ulaagow. praying for r
May 24, 1839 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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Mr. llcmk asked If the paper* detailing the particulars of the execution of cerlaiu (wisooers Prince, Canada, would be laid before the house. Mr. L*aot'caißß, after brief explanatiusi. replied that papers would not laid before tbe hixwe Sir K<*«Tca«rLL to know when lh« Poor Law
May 24, 1839 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MEKTING IN DONCASTER.

MEKTING IN DONCASTER.

A knot of sneaking Whigs and R-idicals, wearing the Mel- bourne livery, under the cloak of loyalty, convened a meeting in the Town Hall, Doncaster. for the purpose of voting an ad- dress to the Queen, " in admiration," as the requisition so expressed it, "ofthe firm spiiit shown
May 25, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.

Sir, — As I find that the Queen's ministers are about to ask the House of Commons, on the 27th of this month, for the sum of 30,000/., for the education of the poor of England, Wales, and Scotland, to support their new bill which they are going to introduce, they say, for the be
May 25, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
I LORD BROUGHAM AND LORD JOHN RIJsSELL.

I LORD BROUGHAM AND LORD JOHN RIJsSELL.

The accompanying note has appeared to the fourth edition of "Lord Brougham's Reply to Lord John Russell's Letter to the Electors of Stroud, on the Principles ol the Reform Act:— " " NOTE TO T. 12, 13, ON THE JAMAICA BILL. " Thei *e perhaps, never was so gross a delusion as that
May 28, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England