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LAND• COMPANY. Earl ci Thirham. —Joseph Esq. 'TORS. • Alexander Nairn, Esq. John Pirie, Esq. Alderman Sir iieorge Sinclair, Bart.

LAND• COMPANY. Earl ci Thirham. —Joseph Esq. 'TORS. • Alexander Nairn, Esq. John Pirie, Esq. Alderman Sir iieorge Sinclair, Bart.

M.P. John Abel Smith, Esq. M.P. W. Thompson, Esq. Aid. M.P. Sir 'Henry Webb, Bart.. • Arthor Willis, Esq. .•George Frederick Young, Esq.
July 7, 1839 - The Age - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT MOTION.—Sir MOLES WO RTH'S motion on Thursday is one of that importance which we trust will not be lost

IMPORTANT MOTION.—Sir MOLES WO RTH'S motion on Thursday is one of that importance which we trust will not be lost

sight of by the Conservatives. The Honourable Baronet, when the House goes into Committee on the Lower Canada Government Bill, intends to move that it is the opinion of the House that every consideration of humanity, justice, and policy demands that Parliament should seriously a
July 7, 1839 - The Age - London, London, England
 
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

CITY.-SATURDAY MOReNINO. FOREIGN AND COLONIAL. We had yesterday accounts from India by the usual route of the Rled Sea, Egypt, and France. bringing the dates from Madras to the let, Calcutta the 9th, and Bombay the 21st of May. Despattlies reached the India House by a special me
July 7, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
•ALLBAT OF COBCICALITIBfI. NO. IT.-" THE GENTLEMAN DIPFICULT** BOULOGNI.’* U»'l. B rjlo<n? nr-mc'' Far .’well white cliffs cf Dover, rii.gland,

•ALLBAT OF COBCICALITIBfI. NO. IT.-" THE GENTLEMAN DIPFICULT** BOULOGNI.’* U»'l. B rjlo<n? nr-mc'' Far .’well white cliffs cf Dover, rii.gland,

farewell, and your patriot sous 1 have tu you fonrily—but no«v I'm done over, ted fortur.e, and harass’d duns. Ah ' el ior madman, or fool must deem him, Who »c the lawyers and bailiff a char ce, When fif from his sorrows a few hour* can hi n, Audi him, relieved from his terrors
July 7, 1839 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GOODWOOD CUP.

GOODWOOD CUP.

Stol - (tk) .... Galewood ■ ■ to Harkaway 3 to I (Ik) ....Deception 11 to 2 (tk) .... Richard Roe . . . to The Doctor 20 to 1 .... Obelisk M- ■ ST. LEGER. ■ .... Bloomsbury to 1 (tt) - .. ..The Provost 11 1 (tt! 15 to l (tk) The Commodore is to I (tk 2ft to I (tk) The Lord Mayor
July 7, 1839 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOP MAKKEI—»'*l“Ay 3 >9 ; tuc *lit' ' " _

HOP MAKKEI—»'*l“Ay 3 >9 ; tuc *lit' ' " _

HOP MAKKEI—»'* 3 ; *lit' " _ _ to -• lapcrftne ditto, —»t* _ Kent Pocke‘s, 7<*> 9d ; Lar.ibton, *i2s 'i' i «•• * •*•'• ••*• - Ltl.'.. I *'“'■ 9 ' . w-’i i-. »; lii'to. SMi- Oitui. maEIGN.— . Jii, «*! ,w ► Nb*. P f-tr Cent Oct. 18&9 i .ui; Do. Deferred, »i ; *' , t;rt !W '\ , I Do
July 7, 1839 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
<r WEEKLY ■ M SUNDAY,

<r WEEKLY ■ M SUNDAY,

July 7, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN, THE DUCHESS KENT, AND SIR JOHN CONROY We copy the following article from a morning paper, respecting the

THE QUEEN, THE DUCHESS KENT, AND SIR JOHN CONROY We copy the following article from a morning paper, respecting the

source of which there can be no doubt.*—“ The following will, we believe, found a tolerably correct outline of events connected with the household of the Duchess of Kent—events which, we fear, have not contributed to the domestic tranquillity of that illustrious lady, distressed
July 7, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Age 60 to 65 to TO to 75 to so

Age 60 to 65 to TO to 75 to so

Age 60 to 65 to to 75 to so 12 ia alls 10 0 a« a Per cent. per cent j per cent | per cent Thus « man 3* years of may secure for his wife or any branch of his family, the sum of Fits Ht'Koaro Pounds, payable at his death by the annual payment of j£ie. To indifidnal of limited mean
July 7, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE CAT IM THE CASK.

THE CAT IM THE CASK.

THE CAT THE CASK. Stcevcns, the commentator on Shakspearc observes, that in some counties of England, a cat was formerly closed up with a quantity of soot, in a cask suspended on line. He who beat out the bottom as be ran under it, and was nimble enough to escape its contents, wa
July 7, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England