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Friday's Express.

Friday's Express.

r, maw aw. The Paris papers of Tuesday have arrived, but additional intelligence on the state the East that makes the slightest change in appearance. The Commerce asserts that the Tur- LLA AjiilMSSsrl-r denied having received any com- the subject from his Government, and that so
May 31, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
_ , be SOLD, by Mr. Eaglesfield, On Friday, May 31st insL, at 4 o'clock, at Stand weU's F..,. Hotel,

_ , be SOLD, by Mr. Eaglesfield, On Friday, May 31st insL, at 4 o'clock, at Stand weU's F..,. Hotel,

Stamford, IVE to Shares in the STAMFORD and SPALDING BANKING COMPANY, on each of which 40/. has been paid. On Sale, to 20 Leicester and Swannington Railway Kisses, at 73/. each; dividend 2/. half-yearly 10 Midland Counties' Shares, paid, 441 each. wanted to purchase, Melton Mowb
May 31, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

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SOUTH DERBYSHIRr AGI-ILCUILTURAL SOCIETry. 8 ?jlEl" following PREMIlU'si wil libe given, at thle IAid lICUILThl11.i1jSHOWN to be held atDl)EIIBY, onl FMI DAY, October 4th, 183~9, aend thle PLOUGH-ING MATlCHE'S wvill. take place onl THJURSDAY, October :ird, the day previous to the
May 29, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TAP DRESSING.

TAP DRESSING.

TAP PfESSJNG. WIRKSWORT1l. n Wedntsday last was the day on which the annual a custom of Tapl-dressing was held at Wirksworth. TheJ i. morning was very unpropitious, but this did not prevent I a great influx of visitors, who were attracted to the spot 'a from all parts to witness
May 29, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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May 30, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
GUILDHALL.—SATURDAY.

GUILDHALL.—SATURDAY.

GUILDHALL.-SATURDAY. Before H. Blackrll, Esq., ChoiroUsn: T. Harris, B. L. Pennell, S. Kingilon, and WRit. Kennaway, Esqrs. Justicee. CASE OF WILFUL TtESPASs.-John Red, jun., a respectable young man, appeared to summons, charged with a wilful trespass in the grounds of C- Cross,
May 30, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
E. are obliged to " A C'onskiivative," /or his guud ujjiiuoii; bit although «v feel equal disgust iritli himself the

E. are obliged to " A C'onskiivative," /or his guud ujjiiuoii; bit although «v feel equal disgust iritli himself the

subject of his obsereatiotis, tee do ititt thinl; any result from noticing it. The Conserratires hare themselves fostered the ceil of. U'e cannot find room for communications of "Junius." "Amicus" in our nest.
May 31, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTER INFIRMARY.-May 28.

LEICESTER INFIRMARY.-May 28.

In Patient«. Out Patitnlt. Admitted 17 Admitted Accidents Accident* Discharged 15 Discharged 33 the House 130 the Boek* FEVER INSTITUTION. Admitted..2 Discharged..B th* House..3 Physician, Dr. Arnold. Surgeon, Mr. Ncilhim. House Visitors.—Mr. Billing!), Mr. Millicui.
May 31, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
London Market.

London Market.

Mark-lane, Wednesday Hay The arrivals of English Wheat, coastwise as well as by land carriage, from Essex, Suffolk, and Kent, during the present week, have been but moderate. There was but limited number buyers in attendance to-day, whilst tbe trade with the finest White Wheat w
May 31, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
€LB4VUI«S ALBUM. THE PICTURES THE WIDOW* COTTAGE. Thf. Widow ml ber lone bwll, "Twts desolate and drear; on Ler cheek,

€LB4VUI«S ALBUM. THE PICTURES THE WIDOW* COTTAGE. Thf. Widow ml ber lone bwll, "Twts desolate and drear; on Ler cheek,

aud iter rye, There Lreuibkd many a tear. Portraits of those she used love, Hung there bright gilt flames; And she lookad each one wistfully, And call'd them their names. Boy! Cage on his Portrait there! Uaiu* there not from his bright eye, A tool of tire—a gallant heart— A spir
May 31, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England