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NORTHBBN AND BASTBRN RAILWAY BILL

NORTHBBN AND BASTBRN RAILWAY BILL

(*•> 1.) the arnttno tor the aanbdaratba of tha report aommittaa apoa bill, Mr. FRESH PI ELD ohaarnd that Mm alana which had rrfommaadad the eeaualUaa taUwna. which waa to ha made anpUnhla of draartattaa, had aoft haaa 685*3. waa whleh might ha aappßad baton Urn hffi wna lowed a
May 29, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
UPPER CANADA.

UPPER CANADA.

We copy the following observations on the Report of Lord Durham from the Christian Guardian of April 10, 1839, journal publiabetl at Toronto, under the direction of the Conference of the Wealeyan Methodist Church in Canada:— The last page day’s Guardian a brief •ketch of the lea
May 29, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE EVENING CHRONICLE,

THE EVENING CHRONICLE,

LONDON: WEDNESDAY, MAY 2O, 1830. Tb« public will perceive with great Mtufaction, that the Chancellor of the Exchequer intimated to the House of Commons last night, that should, in the course of fortnight, propoee resolution Parliament with view of giving effect to Mr. Rowland Hi
May 29, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

The Gall was • prned at Tnree o'clot k, Mr. Shaw Lefevrr s-t in Chair the corner of the fable the arrival the messenger from the Lords, and wis ngratuUted by almost every Member who entered the House. ten minutes after three, o'clock the Deputy Usher of th»- Blick Rod entered, a
May 29, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
OF RADICALS.

OF RADICALS.

RADICALS. (From the Edinburgh Obterter Tueiday.) Lilt night numeroui meeting: of the inhabitant*, profening Radical principle!, wai held at the Waterloo-rooms, to comider of a proper penon to be nominated for the repreientation of the city. Mr. R. W. Jameson laid, i bare not come
May 30, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COLOSSKL’M. REGENTS PARK.

COLOSSKL’M. REGENTS PARK.

The Public are respectfully Informed, that the magnificent PICTURF of LONDON, on -Ifi.OlK) feel of canvass, Saloon of Arts, Bali and Cross from St. Paul’s Cathedral, and view from the summit of the Building, open daily from Ten till dusk —Admission, One Shilling. Also the splend
May 30, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SACRED HARMONIC SOCIETY, Exetfr Hall.— On FRll.iy, June 7. will be performed Hanrtel'e Uetllngen I •cum tml MAyiln't Plr«i Servlet.

SACRED HARMONIC SOCIETY, Exetfr Hall.— On FRll.iy, June 7. will be performed Hanrtel'e Uetllngen I •cum tml MAyiln't Plr«i Servlet.

The Chorus will consist performers. Tickets, Bs. j Kesererd Seats, is.» may had the principal music sellers of Mr. Mitchell, No. 39, Charing Cross; and of Mr. Kies. No. lUi, Strand. Opposite Exeter Hall. T. HKKWKH. Hon. Sec. ARTIFICIAL INCUBATION. LIFE FROxl. DCCEDby MACHINKHY.-
May 31, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ARMOUTH NORWICH, from Londonbridge Wharf.—The splendid and powerful Steam ship SIR EDWARD RANKS, with excellent accommodations for passengers, will leave

ARMOUTH NORWICH, from Londonbridge Wharf.—The splendid and powerful Steam ship SIR EDWARD RANKS, with excellent accommodations for passengers, will leave

the above Wharf for YARMOUTH every TUESDAY and SATURDAY EVENING, Eight, returning every MONDAY ami THURSDAY, according to the tide. Eure# —Chief Cabin, l-s. Second Cabin, 6s. Freights customary. Offices. No. 6lf, Lombard, street. No. Regent-circus and N 0.61, Charing-croaa. Agen
May 31, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
English copper company for smelting •nd MANUFACTURING COPPER. iDcorportted b, Royal Charter of William and Mary, 3d Auguat* 1691—limit* the

English copper company for smelting •nd MANUFACTURING COPPER. iDcorportted b, Royal Charter of William and Mary, 3d Auguat* 1691—limit* the

responsibility of Shareholders. SAMUEL GREG SON, Kao,. Goreroor. CHARLES P. DEV X, Esq.. Deputy Goreroor COURT OF ASSISTANTS. William Clay,F.sq., M.P. John G. Hillersdoo, Eaq. Hyman Elisa, Esq, William Lysll, Esq. John Gunatoo, Esq. James Parkinson, Esq. Thomsen Hankey, jno., Ea
May 31, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

SUMMONS AGAINST THE QUEEN DOWAGER. Yeaterday, Marlborough-alfeet Office, her Majesty the Queen Dowager Adelaide was summoned before Mr. Chambers and Mr. Dyer, Carter, the common informer, for not haring her name placed a cart, her Majesty’s property, according to the form prescr
May 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England