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To be SOLD.

To be SOLD.

To SOLD. Quantity Capital OAK TIMBER without the Hark, several remarkably tiittfShalU; also, a large quantity of TIVIHRH lit for railway purposes of Oak, Larch and other Wood. Apply Mr. (iaccoar. Land Agent, Addcrley, near Market* Drayton. Salop. DISPOSED OF, well-established GRO
May 30, 1839 - Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO BP, SOLD OH LET.

TO BP, SOLD OH LET.

CANMNG-STREET POTTERY, Liverfool. and may be entered upon iinm«Hliately, comprising Workshops for two throwers, five turners, four printers, with suitable conveniences ami Workshops for all other branches the business; two large Biscuit Ovens, two Urge Glossed Ovens, together wi
May 30, 1839 - Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CLEAHED tun SEA.

CLEAHED tun SEA.

Omw*. Shot ion Boortlt’au* P»U»a Mvlf-ttd. MaautHiU, lUmiUJuet* H»»-u« lljvsna 23 Apolta. Rutl.*r S>«fi*u»dl*nd DM", S*™. < "•“«. „ . Jloun. Matthew* IVmamOuco \irtoria. Mark llalir.il , 4 fharkitte, Ft»l*cr ht John, N.ll. Charlottp, White Jamaica Irou»ide«, Mtlclirll r«iumbt*co
May 30, 1839 - Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON MARBLE amTSTONE WORK- L ING COMPANY are enabled-, with their Patent Machinery. to execute CHIMNEY PIECES, MONUMENTS. TABLET'S, SLABS

LONDON MARBLE amTSTONE WORK- L ING COMPANY are enabled-, with their Patent Machinery. to execute CHIMNEY PIECES, MONUMENTS. TABLET'S, SLABS

for FURNITURE, and every description of such work, with an accuracy, rapidity of execution, beauty, and durability of polish, and reduction cost, which cannot obtained public are invited to their extensive Show Rooms, containing the largest slock in this country.—Eaber-etreet, M
May 31, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
opting of the witon 1838. (Hear. bcar.) Th i ■ lion* were not acted upon, and the had to look

opting of the witon 1838. (Hear. bcar.) Th i ■ lion* were not acted upon, and the had to look

a little distance from to see the reason MMhM’.av ( commendations were not adopted. ( Hfar, hear wn*r been the consequence ? That Gorefnmeni Maunder the necessity of fSploylng In It. the ' n . h , ,0, . trv. the militia, the various local corps. Instead of* regular disciplined t
May 31, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION,

SALES BY AUCTION,

Wentworths, near Virginia W ater. Messrs. MI’RKAY and TATTERSALL have received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, Gsrrswsy’a, in month of July next (unless previous!v disp •***d of private contract). THE WENTWORTHS ESTATE, comprisiDg above productir# bigbly-improvuig land, of whic
May 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
2HURSDAY EVENING, MAY 30 The Chancellor of the Exchequer, when lie intimated bis intention relative to the Pottage question, said

2HURSDAY EVENING, MAY 30 The Chancellor of the Exchequer, when lie intimated bis intention relative to the Pottage question, said

that hoped to have it in hit power to propose a resolution founded upon the Report of the Committee which sat list year. The reporters," observe* the Chronicle, did not hear the explanation which the Right Honourable Gentleman afterwards Kaye of the nature of the resolution lie
May 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
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May 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
▲TTOftMKT-GENKftAL V. DUPRE.

▲TTOftMKT-GENKftAL V. DUPRE.

ThU ate bu b»«n brfor* th« Court the Whole of the hut tvs dare. The SouciToa-6i»*AL appeared in rapport of a petition in this information relating to the Berkhampatead Free Grammar School, for the remora) the noeirer on the giouod of mlaronduct. The itate of thia ebaiitj waa lin
May 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
BEAUTIFUL SITES FOE THE ERECTION OF VILLAS.

BEAUTIFUL SITES FOE THE ERECTION OF VILLAS.

The beauties of Glamorganshire are well known that it would be a work of supererogation to remark upon them, further than to demonstrate that building operation within the INCOMPARABLE BEAUTIES OF GLAMORGANSHIRE’S FAVOURED SCENERY roust unquestionably CERTAIN AND PROFITABLE OPER
May 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England