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•XTENSIVE MERCANTILE PREMISES

•XTENSIVE MERCANTILE PREMISES

MR. CHARLES LINO, deceased, near King Street Gates; WOIBTY OP TUB
May 25, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THE CHARTISTS

THE CHARTISTS

Held meeting on Wednesday last, what la ••ailed the North Stllo on Mousehold. Bills had been previously circulated about the city, and lour o’clock (the time appointed for the meeting) about 2000 persons, men. women, and children, assembled en two bills In the vicinity of the Ho
May 25, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
ADDRESS TO THE OUEEN.

ADDRESS TO THE OUEEN.

A very t.nmetous and highly respectable meeting of tbe iolißbltanis was convened the Mayor, at tbs Town Hall on Tuesday evening by public requ). sitlon to propose an address to ber Majesty to express their admiration of her firm and decided condnct during the recent ministerial
May 25, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
OXFORD.

OXFORD.

Oxford, May 18.—In Convocation holden on Tuesday, it was agreed a considerable majority, that a Professor of Ixigic should be established, the stipend of the Professor arise from a small paymerit made all persons under the degrees of Master of Arts and Bachelor of Law and Medici
May 25, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
WOODBRIDGE ANNUAL SHEEP-SHEARING MEETING.

WOODBRIDGE ANNUAL SHEEP-SHEARING MEETING.

WOODBRIDGE ANNUAL iff.CEP-SWEwAMING TREETNG. The Anniversary of this excellent Institution was held at 'Voradbridge. on Wednesday, and notwithstanding the tin. favourable state of the weather, the attendance of gentlemen connected with the agricultural interest was not otherwise
May 25, 1839 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
CAMBRIDGE, MAY 17.

CAMBRIDGE, MAY 17.

CAMT3I1IDGE, :?rAT |I'ystiJddlis le~crew Sckotursldpls.-Ye.stei'day William Hfenry $Roberts, 13. A. of Emmanuel college, v.as elected a Scholar of the t irst class, and Josiah Walker, Student in the Civil Lhaw, Trinity bail, a Scholar of the second class, upon the above foundatio
May 25, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE CHILDREN'S FRIEND SOCIETI

THE CHILDREN'S FRIEND SOCIETI

9 _ took Semle,n,n whom OUl' reporter was to understand uaa great interest in t'u> Children's Friend Society. but «l name ivas r.ot mentioned, appeared atthe Mansion »ouse yes, P r„ay before Sir Chapman Marshall, who sat for v-rd ?? ' .H> or- a,:(l "pressed a wish that a boy nam
May 23, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MUNET MARKET and CITI' NEH S

MUNET MARKET and CITI' NEH S

MUNET MARKET and CITI' NE H S ?? — tw ( ' City, Twesdav EvENi-fft. » Some large sales of Exchequer Bills were made c , in the course of the day, which, owing to the liberal supply of money had, however, no very sensible ; " I effect on the market value. The last price quoted 'was
May 22, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DINNER TO His IMPERIAL HWHn~E~s7'.IriE GRAND DUKE OF RUSSIA. i.ti., .... _... ._ '. .. !

DINNER TO His IMPERIAL HWHn~E~s7'.IriE GRAND DUKE OF RUSSIA. i.ti., .... _... ._ '. .. !

DINNER TO His IMPERIAL HWHn~E~s7' IriE GRAND DUKE OF RUSSIA. i ti., ?? ?? ._ ?? .. ! "ii io .day evening a grand complimentary entertain,,.™, i ** given v, his imperial Highness the Hered-tfrv r i Duke ol Russia by t.ie Russia Compan" * \u?l™T ! layer,., B.sni.psgate-street. Cove
May 22, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PROCEEDINGS OE THE CHAR 11 SI'S

PROCEEDINGS OE THE CHAR 11 SI'S

PROCEEDINGS OE THE CHAR 1 1 SI'S | UEFKAT OF THI] CHARTISTS AT LIVERPOOL. The great meeting held in Queen-square, Liverpool, on i Monday evening, was a complete failur. J'h • Li.erpoo' j standard says the concourse of persons assembled on th« ground during the "proceedings" whs i
May 22, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England