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ORIGINAL POETRY. fi MA* LKIOM CLIVFR, KS<t. I’m terrible babbler; whatever I hear repeat, nor have 1 detection fe*.r; If

ORIGINAL POETRY. fi MA* LKIOM CLIVFR, KS<t. I’m terrible babbler; whatever I hear repeat, nor have 1 detection fe*.r; If

1 libel friends or ferret dlfckwe, dread not the whip, nor a pull by the none I’m loved, and I’m feared: I souzht for, but none liver saw roc since Butterflies basket! in the sun When call’d I approach, but quickly retire. And smile when I hear »*opl* wl« Higher; I am musical to
July 6, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
LATEST AMERICAN ODDITIES.

LATEST AMERICAN ODDITIES.

Money is so scarce in New Orleans that when two dollars meet, their owners are obliged lo introduce them lo each other ibey are such strangers. The best conundrum that have heard lately (says the York Era). is this:—" If Mr. Catherwood's panorama should burn down, why would he l
July 1, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
BRIGHTHELMSTON

BRIGHTHELMSTON

JULY 1, 1039. Colonel George has left East Lodge for his town residence. Brown's Gardens have been engaged by company who are about convert them into a menagerie. Air. Brown will retain possession of the Hanover Arms, with the saloon and cricket ground. It well authenticated fac
July 1, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MARRIED. On Thursday last, at the Church All Saints, Chichester, Mr. Philcox, surgeon, to Miss Hack that City. The bridegroom

MARRIED. On Thursday last, at the Church All Saints, Chichester, Mr. Philcox, surgeon, to Miss Hack that City. The bridegroom

is lately returned from Australia for the purpose of united. Thursday, at the Cathedial, Chichester, Mr. Bo.iles, to Mrs. Love, both of this City. tut the 2(ith nit., Eynsford church, Kent, the Rev. E,Delmar, Mr. William Mason, chemist and druggist, of High-9ireet, Hastings, Eli
July 1, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
LORD WESTERN'S CHALLENGE ACCEPTED

LORD WESTERN'S CHALLENGE ACCEPTED

The following letter lias been addresed to his lordship, in reply to the challenge which appeared in the Bell's Messenger ot the 21st ult:— " Weston Tnrville, Bncks, June 20. Lord.—ln your letter addressed to Lord Spencer, your lordship has thrown down the gauntlet before the br
July 6, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
CROWN Life-Assurance Company, 33, NEW BRIDGE STREET, BLACKFRIARS, LONDON. AT SECOND SEPTENNIAL GENERAL COURT PROPRIETORS, held this Office, on the

CROWN Life-Assurance Company, 33, NEW BRIDGE STREET, BLACKFRIARS, LONDON. AT SECOND SEPTENNIAL GENERAL COURT PROPRIETORS, held this Office, on the

24th May, 1839, George Henry Hooper, Esq., Chairman, A Division Profits for the Seven Years ending the 25th March, 1859, was announced, and Bonuses, amounting from upwards to upwards per Cent, per Annum, on the Sums assured, varying with Age, beiug equivalent, on the average, to
July 6, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT. Upwards of Acres of Land, within a Ring Fence. To Sportsmen and Capitalists. TO be SOLD Private Contract,

ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT. Upwards of Acres of Land, within a Ring Fence. To Sportsmen and Capitalists. TO be SOLD Private Contract,

all that most desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, well known as the YARNER ES TA TE, Situate in the Parish of Bovey Tracey, Devon, Comprising House and compact Farm of about 115 Acres, in the tenure of Mr. Joseph Mudge, and about 320 Acres of most thriving and valuable Woods, Coppices,
July 6, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
G. Harrington, HAT MANUFACTURER, 82, SOUTH-STREET, BEGS to acquaint the Public that he appointed Sole Agent for the Newly Invented

G. Harrington, HAT MANUFACTURER, 82, SOUTH-STREET, BEGS to acquaint the Public that he appointed Sole Agent for the Newly Invented

GOSSAMER HAT, with FELT BRIMS, which he is enabled to offer from 6s to 10s. CIGAR DIVAN, No. 3. Bampfylde-street, near the Post Office. TPAYNTER begs respectfully to announce to his • Friends and the Public generally, that he has TAKEN THE CIGAR DIVAN, late in the occupation of
July 6, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY, OF ON THE 1st OF JULY, 1839.

STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY, OF ON THE 1st OF JULY, 1839.

[Where two places are mentioned, the that at which the Depdt of the Regiment ataticned.J (From the United Service Journal.) Ist Life Guards-Hyde Park ~4oth-Bombsy Chatham 2d-Windsor Chatham Horse Guards—R- Park 42d-Limerick Ist Drgn. Gds.-Canada York-Uld-Canada; 2d-Gl«sgow Chath
July 6, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NEWCASTLE MIDSUMMER SESSIONS.

NEWCASTLE MIDSUMMER SESSIONS.

The Quarter Sessions the Peace for the Town and County oi Newcastle-upon-Tyne, was held Wednesday, at the Guildhall, before George Hutton Wilkinson, Esq. Kecorder. The following Gentlemen were sworn of the Orand Jury :_Mr. Thomas Clark, Foreman and Messrs. honia s 6'». Joseph He
July 6, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England