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At the Levee on Wednesday, Mr. Alston presented addresses from Berkhampstead, Bishop Stnrtford, Hemel Hetnpsted, Sawbridgeworth, nnd Tring. in the

At the Levee on Wednesday, Mr. Alston presented addresses from Berkhampstead, Bishop Stnrtford, Hemel Hetnpsted, Sawbridgeworth, nnd Tring. in the

county Hertford, expressing their admiration and thanks to her Majesty, and assuring her Majesty of their attachment, loynltv, and devotion. ROYSTOM RACES.— Friday, May 24.—The Farmer's Plate of 25 soys. given hy the Earl of Hardwicke, for horses not thorough-bred, was won in tw
May 31, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
Fine Beaver Hats, £. s. d. Warranted to wear well 0 15 0 Super ditto 18 0 The best that

Fine Beaver Hats, £. s. d. Warranted to wear well 0 15 0 Super ditto 18 0 The best that

can be made 1 0 MKatg, Warranted to wear well 0 5 0 Super ditto 0 6 0 Ditto double Edges, warranted not to wear bare, equal to Beaver —a new invention... 010 0 HeXt the Mt ridge, CHELMSFORD.
May 31, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BIRTHS. 19th inst. at Norton Vicarage, near Baldock, Herts, the lady of the Rev. Joseph iurgea Wataon, of a daughter.

BIRTHS. 19th inst. at Norton Vicarage, near Baldock, Herts, the lady of the Rev. Joseph iurgea Wataon, of a daughter.

25th inst. at Great Burstead vi :arage, Mrs. Thomas, of a daughter. MARRIEE . At Glemsford, Mr. Thomas Ambrose, farmer and butcher, of Cavendish, to Sarah, second daughter of Mr. Ambrose Shepherd, of the Broom farm, Glemsford. At the Oratoire, in Paris, on the 23d May, Miss Nata
May 31, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
Salts rf Wintt i» tkt Wood al twerpool.

Salts rf Wintt i» tkt Wood al twerpool.

Salts Wintt i» tkt Wood al twerpool. On TltL’Rtn AT.thodih Juno, at One o'clock pare Clae y, Oinatouher Muaheli and Go's OiSce, Uldhall-stroet. Tbo follow lag PORT W INKS, Brwtd T. I. S. BEING tk, mtin mmim 'lock ot Tllk.OrHll.Us fll.o* m Mm. w«li kn-.eß brought mi Great Bntain c
May 31, 1839 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
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LATEST NEWS

LONDON. Mat JO. atop the of lefiMß and Kilimii hawil made bj Iko CvnraataL ChoßMlkr of (ho EioheqiM Vo gino (hot V daO, V mine fortnight, more reeohitioo of Ho—of Coomoot fcothooaoMiVaont t£ cnroaua ftmiT Pooroa*. ooaO hoan ■— throoffhoat Or—"mlv v F—hag tbemaelTco a (ho heal of
May 31, 1839 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
VVRAY'S BALSAMIC PILLS. AMONG the numerous letters received by the Proprietor these Pills, stating their decided efficacy in cases Rheumatism,

VVRAY'S BALSAMIC PILLS. AMONG the numerous letters received by the Proprietor these Pills, stating their decided efficacy in cases Rheumatism,

Pains in the Limbs. Gout, &c. Si.c. (as well the local affections for which they have so long been celebrated), he begs to submit the following as a convincing proof of their superiority over other remedies in those affections : No. 18, Elvet-row, Newcastle-on-Tvne, January 23,
May 31, 1839 - John o' Groat Journal - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
LONDON MARKETS, AND GENERAL PRICE CURRENT.

LONDON MARKETS, AND GENERAL PRICE CURRENT.

MAIIK I.AXK, LAST. The arrivals of last week were fair of English Grain, good of Oat*, and considerable Foreign Wheat* There has been small fresh supply of Wheat, good of Beans, but not much other Corn. The Wheat trade wait languid, at the terms of last week, lkarley, Bean*, , P
May 31, 1839 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
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No. 1‘291. 4th Week Quarter IYIESSRS. DOWNING. s r it i: o x J) E x r i s ts, RESI'F.CTFUI.LY inform their Friends and the Public, that Mr. Un. DOWNING udl. usual, Ot.'UII \M. Ukii»uk‘s. Head , Elect IJridee, .MONDAY and IUESDAV, the 3rd and 4th of June. No. 17, KUIon-Square. Ne
May 31, 1839 - Durham County Advertiser - Durham, Durham, England
 
msc was of sue*, a nature teat the C on ha.;. T I .ear:.i d ( .i,

msc was of sue*, a nature teat the C on ha.;. T I .ear:.i d ( .i,

msc was sue*, nature teat the ha.;. I .ear:.i d ( .i, I. • the t. ! 1 e Would /. to I iLiieuf, and I .ort PIUCCS STOCKS
May 31, 1839 - Durham County Advertiser - Durham, Durham, England
 
Railway & Van Conveyance

Railway & Van Conveyance

BETWEEN LONDON, BIRMINGHAM, MACCLESFIELD, &c. PICK FORD & CO. RESPECTFULLY inform the Public that they have , established a DAILY VAN CONVEYANCE between Birmingham and Macclesfield in Twelve Hours, leaving each place at Seven o’Clock in the Livening, through Lichfield, Rugeley,
May 31, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England