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Commercial Herald.

Commercial Herald.

WEEKLY CALENDAR. July t. Stat* Trim^^m^:MsrmUn. s»", Luke Sam. 19, CotoasUn* Wed. 10. SunrtsesSlm. part 3, «** |«t 4-Nr* Moon STAMFORD ft RUTLAND INFIRMARY, Tuesday Jul* f. !■ HIIHBH, I OOT-MTIMTTt, „.. 1 Admitted DuKbmmmd. 1 Discharged number 18 Total number ™* rftftoV, nr. JeU
July 5, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday, July 5. BIRTHS. In Cavendish-square, London, the Lady Barham, of daughter. Od the inst., the lady of Henry Foley,

Friday, July 5. BIRTHS. In Cavendish-square, London, the Lady Barham, of daughter. Od the inst., the lady of Henry Foley,

Esq., of Tetworth Hall, Hunts, of a daughter. MARRIED. At Wansford, on the 19th ult, (by the Rev. Edw. Bates,) John Bates, Esq., Captain in the 10th regiment Madras Native Infantry, to Anne Frances fourth daughter of Mr. John Smith, of Peterborough. At Ketton, on Tuesday last, M
July 5, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

etting at Ta ttersafl's orn llanday.-Crucifis, Which hesds the list of favourites for the July Stakes, has rtnumerous party, and the inclination to bet against her| is so a!iht, that some who attendad in the hope of get- tg soniething like the odds quoted last week were fain "o
July 5, 1839 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM FRIDAYS GAZETTE, JUNE 28.

FROM FRIDAYS GAZETTE, JUNE 28.

Declaration of Insolvency filed by Thomas Nicholas, Truro, money-scrivener. Bankrupt*. Joseph Pratt-stivet, Lambeth. oilman. Busick Richards Pemberton, wool-broker. Thomas Whitby, Upper Thames-street, coal-merchant. Neil Currie, otherwise Neil James Currie, Regent-street, army a
July 5, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTER INFIRMARY, July 2.

LEICESTER INFIRMARY, July 2.

In Patients. I Out PmUntil. Admitted | Admitted 31 I Accidents Accidents , Discharged 17 j Discharged I the House, j On Iltwiis. 440 FEVER INSTITUTION. Admitted..o Discharged..4 tlie House..B Phytirian, Dr. Freer. Surgeon, Mr. l'agvt, jun limine J'isilitrs. —Mr. Colt, Mr. \V. Bi
July 5, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
INSULT TO THE BRITISH FLAG NOBLY REPELLED.

INSULT TO THE BRITISH FLAG NOBLY REPELLED.

(From the Hampshire Advertiser.) We have too often heard of late insults and indignities ; to " the meteor of England" ostentatiously offered In* I*ranee, and quietly submitted to those who onee did iMtard our native seas.** have now to record instance insult, as cross that of t
July 5, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
/ LEICESTERSHIRE. y BIRSTALL HOUSE, The Residence the late John Mansfield, Esq. capital Freehold Mansion, with its numerous and extensile

/ LEICESTERSHIRE. y BIRSTALL HOUSE, The Residence the late John Mansfield, Esq. capital Freehold Mansion, with its numerous and extensile

Offices, Stabliuy, w;st reel lent II ailed Gardens, and Jlneries, situated the midst beautiful Park-like Grounds, conimandiny a view of tlir Hirer S -tar, and the ancient Borouyli of Leicester in the distance ; toyether with about 330 acres of the richest Pasture, Meadtnr, find
July 5, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
airttis. H> Jc-strvri, Louduu, IjiJv Auua Muiia lullemaclie, of a tlauj,lu, r Ontbe 9Rili uIL iu Bryaustju-vjuan. tlir Hou. lira.

airttis. H> Jc-strvri, Louduu, IjiJv Auua Muiia lullemaclie, of a tlauj,lu, r Ontbe 9Rili uIL iu Bryaustju-vjuan. tlir Hou. lira.

C. of a daugiiter. ' Monday tlw Ist inst. St. Marj- » Church, bv the Rfr. H. Lowe, Mr. Joseph Cleaver, fiuioer, „f Coveutrr, to Mits Matthe«-», of the Kearross-streel, in this town Tuerfay the MVlfonl, the Kev. J. Wariug, Mr. Jame. Sophia, daughter Mr. Wm. the former idace. the
July 5, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
•Imperial parliament.

•Imperial parliament.

HOUSE OF LORDS, Thursday, Jul* 4. The Royal assent was given by commission to the Sugar Duties Bill, the Exchequer of Pleas Bill, Hie Liverpool Churches Bill, the Peterborough Gaol Bill, the Manchester and Birmingham Railway Bill, the Menkland and Kirkin- tilloch Railway Bill, t
July 5, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR JUNE.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR JUNE.

Previously to about tbe lOtb of this month, the crops of wheat, in all parts of England, did not exhibit that promising appearance, either relates to this colour or growth, as has been generally noticed in most favourable corresponding periods tbe year —the former being, particu
July 5, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England