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TAUNTON NEWS—Continue t.

TAUNTON NEWS—Continue t.

J'ainton Courilr are requested the Friends of the late Mr. Haiti*way to correct the statement which appeared thai paper of \Vedneiday last, respecting his decease. Mr. Hathaway <lid not die suddt-uly as mere stated, but had been ill for some diys. and voiied by lir. Eve the Sund
May 25, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.

THE RADICAL CREED. (From the Spectator.) take no pleasure in degrading the government of this country, or in speaking lightly any of its institutions. our opinion, as long as either the Executive or the Legislature of country maintains by its uctions its proper constitutional ch
May 25, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Halyvax ??? the event of lioui „ ' y Norris, late Standi barriW and Robt * forwardon mentioned coming

Halyvax ??? the event of lioui „ ' y Norris, late Standi barriW and Robt * forwardon mentioned coming

May 24, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
The Tories have been busied for the last few days in propagating rumour of the immediate dissolution of Parliament, got

The Tories have been busied for the last few days in propagating rumour of the immediate dissolution of Parliament, got

up evidently with the view diverting public attention from their late disgraceful attempts at subjugating her Majesty under their iron yoke, and directing popular feeling into another channel We believe there is not the remotest intention at present her Majesty's Ministers havin
May 22, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
AGRICULTURE, &c.

AGRICULTURE, &c.

Causes of the Value of Land.—We present the following extract of a letter from Sidney Smith, Esq., lecturer the Anti-Corn-lavv Association, dated ult., as a lively illustration of a truth, which,if duly attended to, would speedily cause the bitterest enemies of repeal, those who
May 22, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

from Friday's gazette. John Dawson, corn dealer, llanlcy, Staffordshire.—John 1 Meyer, merchant, Great lower-street, City.—George Collis, f,"" monger, Romford, Essex.—James Habit Cunnew, victualler, ft " -Stephen William Bnrridge, linen-draper, Great Doverroad, rev.-Thomas Parke
May 22, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
DISGRACEFUL OUTRAGE AT CAMBRIDGE.

DISGRACEFUL OUTRAGE AT CAMBRIDGE.

Committed by the gownsmen, upon mr. SMITH, THE ANTI-CORN-LAW LECTURER. As we formerly noticed, Mr. Sidney Smith's I first lecture in the theatre at Cambridge went off exceedingly well, having been enthusiastically received by a large audience, highly respectable both for rank an
May 25, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO JOURNEYMEN TAILORS. ANTED immediately, a steady inv v dustrious Married Man, as FOREMAN in a Workshop, Fitter.up and Trimmmer

TO JOURNEYMEN TAILORS. ANTED immediately, a steady inv v dustrious Married Man, as FOREMAN in a Workshop, Fitter.up and Trimmmer

iua- Cutting Room. He will required to be fink rate COAT MAKER, and take charge of Apprentices. A Liberal Salary will be given ; and One, or Three Years' engagement entered into. Personal Application would be preferred trat if by Letter, Post-paid, to John Holmes, Tailor and Dra
May 25, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A large DSmfcsr special constables were sworn at Lowther, on Monday last, by E. Hasell, Esq. Dr. Arnold, the head

A large DSmfcsr special constables were sworn at Lowther, on Monday last, by E. Hasell, Esq. Dr. Arnold, the head

master of Rugby, has been preaching a series of sermons to his boys against the prevalent Oxford doctrines. Lord Clarendon about to receive with the hand of Lady Catherine Barnaul a fortune of between and per annum. Her Ladyship, who now in year, was united, about five years sin
May 25, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
WHOLESALE & RETAiL TEA, COFFEE & GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, .Vo. «©, Elm, JAMES HILL, ESPECTFULLY intimates to the Public, that having

WHOLESALE & RETAiL TEA, COFFEE & GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, .Vo. «©, Elm, JAMES HILL, ESPECTFULLY intimates to the Public, that having

succeeded to the business of the late Mr. T. S. Ashbiudge, Grocer, for whom he has been during same years principal Manager, he hopes, by strict attention in selecting TEA, COFFEE, &c , of the best quality, to merit the patronage those friends who so liberally bestowed their fav
May 25, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England