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from the London association to preach pikes and pistol throughout the country, and delude the labouring people wit*, the announcement

from the London association to preach pikes and pistol throughout the country, and delude the labouring people wit*, the announcement

of a general rising. It may be that tit. government was bound to wait—as they did wait—till n, honest man could mistake the nature of the efforts making b.; these politicians, to whose educational views our con temporary pays a most unmerited tribute. The govern ment may have be
May 23, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

by- ~- SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, R BOMBAY (last shipping da, ?? tWit), the ship HEREFORDHIRECaptain M Lyn IAP- F o'rih or Pupasg (half. cattin vacanti apply to 1ldirsr. g j'T, pk, enti CA). 2o , St. Helan's-phise. ?? A. ChspmtSn. 1. Birchsin-lane; or Johjn Plile ane on i reet ~rCorn
May 23, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

Sp O1RTI.N lN':TBLLIGBNCB. INTELLIGENCE EXTRA. LIVERPOOL JULY MEETING, 1839. rhe Stanley Sthkea of 20 love each, h ft with 0 added, for twa, yrs.o1L 16Att 121; and three, 9lst 21bh mares and geldlnga allowed 21b. T.Y.C. Sir T. Stanley's b f by Battledore, d byCatton, 2 rs ir R. 3
May 23, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON,.THURSDAY, MAY 23.

LONDON,.THURSDAY, MAY 23.

LONDON, THURSDAY, MAY 23. Lord Melbourne and his colleagues seem deter- mined that no consideration for the delicacy of the Gi ken, no regard for the dignity of the Crown, shall be allowed to interpose any obstacle to the pro- secution of their own political intrigues and the at-
May 23, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE HA STINGS CORRESPONDENCE.

THE HA STINGS CORRESPONDENCE.

THE HA STINGS CORRESPON DENCE. TO THft KB I TOR OF THE MORNIN* POST. Sir -The people of England are largely indebted to you for your laudable endeavours to fix their attention upon the fr.c- of a case so singularly atrocious, and all the details of which are so authenticated, bey
May 23, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The sudden departure of the eldest scion of a noble house, and brother of two fair debutantes of last sea-

The sudden departure of the eldest scion of a noble house, and brother of two fair debutantes of last sea-

son, is. we believe, intimately connected with an " affaire de cwur." We prophecy his lordship will soon recover, being full young to know his own mind. The Herald of yesterday bequeaths a laro-e property to the child of Lady Catherine Barham, who is so shortly to be united to L
May 23, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Barnstaple.—Arrived—Bet and Peggy, Meyrick, J roat Carmarthen ; John and Elizabeth, Paddon, 1 f ri,m Swansea ; Wear Packet, Merson,

Barnstaple.—Arrived—Bet and Peggy, Meyrick, J roat Carmarthen ; John and Elizabeth, Paddon, 1 f ri,m Swansea ; Wear Packet, Merson,

from ' Memcl; Charles, Edwards, London. j Saih' l—Squirrelßlackmore, Regulator, Smith, for ■ Cardiff; Tor ridge, Shipley, Hope, fiiutt, fcr Newport; ; us, Grossman, for Bristol; Hope, May, for Pad stow ; Prudence and Eliza, Lock, Bridgwater. Hii>e foiid.—Arrived—Thomas, Thomas,
May 23, 1839 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
The North Devon Journal.

The North Devon Journal.

BARNSTAPLE, 'I'iIURSDAY, 23rd, IS. Lords and Russell.—The letter Lord John t > the electors of Stroud, has called forth must able aud elotjueut reply from Lord Brougham ; written in a tone and temper well becoming their ancient friendship, and the important interests which the s
May 23, 1839 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
BRADFORD UNION. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. THE Guardians of the above nion are desirous receiving tenders from parties willing to

BRADFORD UNION. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. THE Guardians of the above nion are desirous receiving tenders from parties willing to

CON - TitACT for ike ERECTION of an HOSPITAL and STABLES, adjoining the Union Avoncliff near Bradford, according to plan and specification' which seen at the Cleik's ofljeos in Bradford, t<> whom tenders must sent free of postage, on or before the 30th instant. By order of the E
May 23, 1839 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

FRANCE. The metropolis of Fiance ha* been again the scene insurrection and bloodshed. An emeute of a very serious description was commenced in Paris on the afternoon of Sunday week. It nan nearly three o'clock, when a body of some two hundred workmen, clad in their usual dress,
May 23, 1839 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland