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BIRMINGHAM—WEDNESDAY EVENING.

BIRMINGHAM—WEDNESDAY EVENING.

BIRMINGFIAM-WEPNENDAY. EVENING. [Fromn the Morning Herald ] The streets of this town, last evening, presented but little differeoce to their general appearanlce. tio principal portion of the persons in ihe public tho- roighlures bring idlers of such a description as is always to
July 13, 1839 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

WEDNESDA, utt 17, 1839'. ;JulyB tfli' Lad a Mr. Aldertan Toais, of thlacijyf 3 da'ophtf~ir 3 Bari'iioioew Terrace, thie Lady of M~r;eo 0. ds House, Re Lady of Riciard Hbid'''/il ''i'Jibllbt Bait tth e La oy l~ieot'Cljds.D~rahd. ~nads.,ofon. Jal '7.n i4 BovissinYn dise. ?? SPlymou
July 18, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

POI8TSCR IP PL' I bONr~D0OX, TUES Jy, JULY 16. In the Housa of Lortits, last night; Lord Brbiouhai, alter a speech -of sotne length, Iin Which he explaitned the ohjects sold details of his Education Bill1, in a tstaement similar to the one which be had made on a furz~ier ocrasiou
July 18, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.—MONDAY.

LONDON MARKETS.—MONDAY.

ONJNMARKI ..ONA l e °f Coutyi, eot,"t We 'Rog?.hoflt~?Oei~n. ce arll~ed 4ee: 1606 1Veod. Brotwn dit, I-r ,& Ixc ,Englr/h~awydenece. ,Ee Pease r6trne oqlticle re o/,ato is . ad. price, of ' 11.4wee. woredgn, V/ 13m, Kentdo , 0 . ?? ,, phite er o, s- ..lit . T. ea'l ?? '9t4 ?? *- F
July 18, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. w THURSDAY.-The Soap Duties Drawback Bill hc was read the second time; and some other Bills were also for- hi warded a stage. Lord Bougsham presented a petition from the Birmingham cr Cbartists Lovett and Collins, complaining of the treatmnent ex- O perienced by
July 25, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ij~ TO NDON INJ\T ,0 lail & General Coach Office. ?? plblic aro respectfu'tllt informed, that the f Ii I siips'iiar oNV1Y~iiCES Iea~ethe above r; I 9,, r alp Vtiabetirlwtly arranged, viz. En. l Rtoal Maild, every Mortillig at 10. It ?? Solccipjioj.* Morningiis, it 11. s . int urp
July 4, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

OSTSCI PT LONDION,- 'PED2sJXY; JULY 2.; in te Hous of LRCa, iih . the Royal - d. ir'Wa; ?? by iomnimlisli t. sreveial. ?? Arelohep. o Croterbury moveld anl Adrese io -lox' Majeety, praynhiab- ihe, would bc grnoioualy pletiei to givedlrecutons tht * . laid befora the HouciA oii.ie
July 4, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LEFT IN’ BRADFORD PIECE-HALL, Two Months Ago. A QUANTITY OF STUFF-PIECES; whoever can own them by the marks may have

LEFT IN’ BRADFORD PIECE-HALL, Two Months Ago. A QUANTITY OF STUFF-PIECES; whoever can own them by the marks may have

them restored applying JOHN COCKSON, hall-keeper ; if not owned within one month from this date they will be aold to defray expense*.
July 25, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
XTlsi Frius Court.

XTlsi Frius Court.

Saor ctioh. Makft.as r. *r. Messr*. Cre**well and Haines were for (he plaintiff; Sir Gregory and Mr, Had for the defendant. Mr. Haines opened the pleadings. William Marples. senior, was the plaintiff', and Benjamin Plant was fin* defendant. The plaintiff charged the defendant wi
July 25, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England