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Supposed Infanticide.—-Yesterday morn- ing, early, a woman dropped a small box at the gate of King's College. The porter of

Supposed Infanticide.—-Yesterday morn- ing, early, a woman dropped a small box at the gate of King's College. The porter of

that institution perceived the action, and suspecting there was something wrong, he hastily examined the box and found it contained a dead infant, newly born. He hurried after the woman, overtook her, and gave her into the custody of a policeman, who conveyed her to Bow-street s
May 30, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HOLT FLEET HHIDGE.

HOLT FLEET HHIDGE.

TOLLS this Bridge will LET BY AUCTION, the best Bidder, tlie House of Thus. Gardner, at Holt Fleet aforesaid, on Thursday, tire likh day of June next, between the hour* twelve and two, tor One Year, commencing the Ist day of July next, subject to conditions to be then produced.
May 30, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
ABSENT.

ABSENT.

Ll BKRAI.S. COMSEBVATtvrs. Abcrrrombv. Kt. Hon. Jas. Hibson, Thomas Heminck, lAird W. Hamilton, lAwd C. Bodkin, J. J. Hcathcote, Sir W. Brabaxun, Lord Ingham, K. Cowper, Hon. W. F. Ktr, David Kwari, W. Kcrrisoo, Sir E. Farakcrle v, J. hwuUton, l^ird Fielden, John Spry, Sit T. Hr
May 30, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
11M NTS Situation, a* LADY’S MAID, a respectable voung Person who has lived some years in that Applifation to he

11M NTS Situation, a* LADY’S MAID, a respectable voung Person who has lived some years in that Applifation to he

made (if by letter, post paid) to B. 13. Muir Dresser, 363, Hit’ll Street. Cheltenham. —Cheltenham General Hospital. , RTTCHEKS,BAKKRS,MALTSTERS,<iROGERS, 118 am) A I, MERCHANTS. will lie received forllie undtu nientioned \rticles, addressed to the Hoard of Governors, nt the Gen
May 30, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
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Coojncfcuß, OUdsoo, CM MM Tiwt

Coojncfcuß, CM MM Tiwt SLLtoau*, Mayflovcr, UMdltj.Bob.Tva Wnt ißdlaa, »l—nr, J*a*lc* Lav, _ Dltpuek, GgnatMr.Sutanlr Doinhilea, Pmtmv, AmUgm . itaui, pbuitp*, Mir^rlU, Emerald, EdlwJtTOieO ££«■. Paraoaa. Caleata _ C.C.CaMIa BriaM KStnuw». H^rr- Ludlow. Tliorn, Moatnal R.rlrqulD.
May 29, 1839 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
BEER BILL,

BEER BILL,

Load BROUGHAM wished la rteHmant that had gnaw abroad by mistake, la lefaranm to the appoioameut of the day far the second landing the Bear Bill. He begged atata that it was paetaeoij till Monday ant. ead that beyond that day, it had been frequently pat off already, would no acc
May 29, 1839 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

(Abridged from the Marh Lane Express of Monday list.) Complaint* respecting the abearance the growing crop* continue reach u* from different the country. lie »hu«t interval of «un*hine, and the *etth?d appearance of • the weather the early part of the week, caused the grain trad
May 30, 1839 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
LORD BROUGHAM'S REPLY TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL ON THE REFORM ACT.

LORD BROUGHAM'S REPLY TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL ON THE REFORM ACT.

INCONVENIENCES OF PEER-MAKING. Of all political reasoners, those hate Oligarchy and every species Aristocracy the most, who are the most' ready with proposing Peer-making as a universal remedy for the discord our two Houses—a remedy which they I would apply on every the most inc
May 30, 1839 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
STATEMENT prepared for Publication order the COMMISSIONERS SUPPLY of the COUNTY FIFE, at their Aunual Meeting, 30th April, 1839, shoeing

STATEMENT prepared for Publication order the COMMISSIONERS SUPPLY of the COUNTY FIFE, at their Aunual Meeting, 30th April, 1839, shoeing

the amount of the several Assessments levied them, the application of the Monies, and Balances. HOGUK MONTY. Assessment for the peiiod Michaelmas 1837-8:— 10s. per veined rent £ >02,516. Scots, being total valuation of the County, Expended previous to 30th April, 1838, . . £1301
May 30, 1839 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
Miscellaneous. Liverpool Wool Market, May 25. Scotch. The same dvlloM* continues our market for all kind* of Scotch wool, in

Miscellaneous. Liverpool Wool Market, May 25. Scotch. The same dvlloM* continues our market for all kind* of Scotch wool, in

which have not heard a Mingle transaction thin week. Our <|uotatioiiH mu-t therefor* considered nominal, for effect sales iu the present very depressed state of the market would be at a considerable reduction in price*. Per »'nre of 1**. I.aid Highland Wool, from •• • 11* to 1 I
May 30, 1839 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland