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HOUSE OF COMMONS, JULY 3.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, JULY 3.

Lord J. RUSSELL brought up the ecclesitutical preferments suspension bill, which was read a first time. Mr. C. BULLER presented • petition from F. Wardle, of the city of Londonderry, to which be wished to direct the attention of the house, as it complained of a grievance indicte
July 4, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CROWN LIFE-ASSURANCE COMPANY, XI, Mew Bridge Street, Btack/riara, London. T A SECOND SEPTENNIAL GENERAL COURT OF PROPRIETORS, held thU Office,

CROWN LIFE-ASSURANCE COMPANY, XI, Mew Bridge Street, Btack/riara, London. T A SECOND SEPTENNIAL GENERAL COURT OF PROPRIETORS, held thU Office,

on the 34th May, 1839, PASSAGE TO AUSTRALIA GEORGE HENRY HOOPER, ESQ., Chaikman. division of Profits fur the seven years ending the 2ftth March* 1839, was announced, and Bonuses, amounting from upwards of 1/. to upwards of 3/. per cent, per annum on the sums assured, varying wit
July 4, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
I,ONI*IV. TUESDAY, JL'LY 1539.

I,ONI*IV. TUESDAY, JL'LY 1539.

nf Paris journals of Sunday repeat the rumour I* victory obtained by the Egyptians over the I. without authenticating it.* siturday, the Chamber of Deputies, there , fl debate the importation of British yarn otoFrance. The Minister of ( ommerce renew the negotiations which comme
July 4, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
TIMBER.—IT* I«* . O. u «. o. .. 7 U (Mo 10 Ri-d .... 10 to 4 0 Kir ....

TIMBER.—IT* I«* . O. u «. o. .. 7 U (Mo 10 Ri-d .... 10 to 4 0 Kir ....

5U i , . Mnw-I ■' » etos 10
July 4, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
mi any. Kin t<rsl l-owrr <|iialifi* * .. AoatraUan. U t .. Infrrior Van Uirnint'* Laud, clrau S (|M-r dozn.

mi any. Kin t<rsl l-owrr <|iialifi* * .. AoatraUan. U t .. Infrrior Van Uirnint'* Laud, clrau S (|M-r dozn.

Ditto. 40 to 501 b. Ditto, to 601 b. ill round'd. 3d. I more.] Seal hkiu-.large Ditto, >m..11 ... Kip* Ba.il* Batiks Shoulder-
July 4, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
TO CHEMISTS $• DRUGGISTS

TO CHEMISTS $• DRUGGISTS

BF. DISPOSRD OF. f With immediate Po*eestionJ The stock and fixtures of « chemist and DRUGGIST S SHOP. >n excellent situation, in one of li.o Itrincipnl ItloroUKltfute. in Bradford. The Hock it rerj •mull. ..... For further particular apply (if letter, post paid) to A- Y., Ohger
July 4, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
COTTON MARKET,

COTTON MARKET,

Monday. July I.—The business to-day is very tcoderale, not met# than about 1500 bags have been sold, including’2Co Surat and Pernams. Prices since Friday are rather in favour the buyers The sales on Saturday were also 1500 bags.
July 4, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET.

LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET.

Monday, July I.—We have this week had a fair arrival When from abroad, but the supplies of British Grain, Fleur and Oatmea.. have been very small. Duty has been paid since the 24th Inst, ua “COO quarters of Foreign Wheat, and quarters of Barley. Thti» has latterly been a firmer
July 4, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
LAW SITTINGS.—(This Day.)

LAW SITTINGS.—(This Day.)

LAW SITTINGS.— (This Day.) VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT, LINCOLN'S INN. Fletcher v. Fletcher, to be spoke to; Jones t. Pateshall, part heard; Wood v. Schoolridge, exceptions; Bradley v. Evans, ditto ; Cox v. Mayor of Derby; Askeil r. Fletcher; Hogg v. Griffin; Redded r. Dobree; Borrad
July 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE HASTINGS CORRESPONDENCE.

THE HASTINGS CORRESPONDENCE.

LETTER VI. TO TBB EDITOR OF THE MOKMHa POST. s -a— The powerful and salutary influence of the press cannot be better exemplified than with reference to the bene- ficial consequeoces which have resulted from the rebuke administered to the Lord Chamberlain in your paper of the -6t
July 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England