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SPUR J liVb.

SPUR J liVb.

BETTING AT MANCHESTER.— Faros y. GOODWOOD CUP. 6 to 1 agst Harkaway. ?? LIVEarOOL JULY CUP. ft to 1 agst St. Bennett (taken) | 100~ to 7 agst ToothiU 2 J° ! Lanercost 100 to 6 Compensation (t) * |° J — ■ Her«m j 100 to 6 King Cole M to I Cardinal Puff | 100 to 5 Magpie (taken) a
July 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF CHANCER Y.-Satorday, Jt ne29. KEMP V. THE BRIGHTOW RAILWAY COMPANY. This matter was partly ar-ued and allowed to stand over, under the expectation of a compramise. No compromise be- ing effected, it was this morning in the paper 5 but, at the re- quest of the parties, a
July 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NOTICES FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

NOTICES FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS. Pram the Gamtitt of Tuesday, June 25. NELSON, Henry, WatUng-street, Loodoa, in,— Aug. S, Com. Court. Sole. Smith and '•-^ m Baoinghell-street. SALOMONSON. Salomon, Threediseedle- street, London, chant, 4. Aug. s. Com. Court. Sol. * ' matt Rasinghoß-streeL ™ w - COLK.
July 1, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
London.

London.

SATURDAY, JUNE 29. In the Lords, last evening, the Bills of Exchange Bill was passed.—Lord Brougham intimated to be hi* intention to introduce a measure, providing that public-houses should be closed from o'clock on Saturday evening till three o'clock on the following day.—The r
July 1, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
CHURCH.STREET SCHOOL SALISBURY. R CHARLES SHARPE • j beg respectfulJy to inform hi. numerous Friends and the Public generally, that

CHURCH.STREET SCHOOL SALISBURY. R CHARLES SHARPE • j beg respectfulJy to inform hi. numerous Friends and the Public generally, that

he Lair» signed his Establishment in favour his Brother, Mr. F. N. Bracher, who has for the las? three year..and a half kept respectable School at Penn Hill House, Yeovil, hut who has from thence to A E L L E, in the CLOSE, most eligible and commodious Mansion where the united D
July 1, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
Private Loan • • • • • • • • Unclaimed Accounts .

Private Loan • • • • • • • • Unclaimed Accounts .

• • I • • Sinking fund of loan from Government, repaid of capital of 1,500,000 rubles, at first year . Unpaid dividends . . . • • • • • • • • Reserve capital
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
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408

RAILWAY OPINING& Liamlly Raihwy.—A further portion of 61 miles were opened June Ist. Manchester and Leeds Railway.—Experimental Trip.—. May 31st witnessed the opening of about 16 miles of this railway, that is, from the company's station, St. George's-street, Oldham-road, Manche
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
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412

RAILWAY OPENINGS. country, and sharing with them a considerable portion of the same traffic, at, consequently, a vast waste of national capital for no essentially useful purpose not already obtained, the profit and interest on which capital the public will, in justice, have to p
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England