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MURDER AT ASHTON, NEAR BRISTOL.

MURDER AT ASHTON, NEAR BRISTOL.

BRISTOL, JULY 2.—Tne magistrates for that part of the county of Somerset which adjoins Bristol have been engaged during yesterday and this day in investigating the circumstance connected with the death of a man named Richard Rowe, who was shot by a pistol bullet.on the night of
July 7, 1839 - Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC SECURITIES.

PUBLIC SECURITIES.

Public Securities have rather improved, which may offer an anomaly when money bears so disproportionally high a rate of interest, but we have often explained the cause to our readers as the result of want of confidence in other investments. Consols left off yesterday at 93! A fo
July 7, 1839 - Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS. k N EXCELLENT FAMILY MEDICINE l. FOR INDIGESTION, BILIOUS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS, &c. &c.—ln every 'nstance where

NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS. k N EXCELLENT FAMILY MEDICINE l. FOR INDIGESTION, BILIOUS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS, &c. &c.—ln every 'nstance where

a fair trial has been made, NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS have invariably given satisfaction, affording permanent relief in all cases of Indigestion, and a speedy Cure for Head Adhe, Bilious and Liver Complaints, Heartburn and Acidity of the Stomach, Depressed Spirits, Disturbed Sleep
July 7, 1839 - Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CONFESSION OF THE MURDERER MARCHANT.

EXTRAORDINARY CONFESSION OF THE MURDERER MARCHANT.

• From the time of Merchant's confinement in Newgate he has been extremely penitent, and after some time, he made a confession which we give at length, and at the same time a short sketch of his history and character. The father of the culprit has resided in Chelsea for upwards
July 7, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.--MoNDAy. WILLIAMS V. PANTON.—This was an action damages for an alleged malicious prosecution. The plaintiff was the

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.--MoNDAy. WILLIAMS V. PANTON.—This was an action damages for an alleged malicious prosecution. The plaintiff was the

servant of Mr. Thomas Williams, of Caernarvon, and was indicted with him at the Central Criminal Court for a conspiracy with relation to a will of a Mr. Jones Panton. he parties were all acquitted. The plaintiff then brought this action. It appeared Jrom the evidence that the de
July 7, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CORONERS' INQUESTS.

DEATII BY BURNING.—An inquest was held on Tuesday, before Mr, Wahley, M.P., at the Wilmington Arms, Exmouth-street, on the body of an old lady, named. Mary Younge, mother of the actor of that name, at 43, Wilmington-square, who was burned to (kali on Friday morning last. It was
July 7, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
• • S' T E A T-R It.ar 3 of DiVl'4'; USN and the FAIR SOPHIA.— Oa S, nail dariag

• • S' T E A T-R It.ar 3 of DiVl'4'; USN and the FAIR SOPHIA.— Oa S, nail dariag

. the Wpek. , ,- the performances will commence ..with. (by desire) . NICIIOI.AS. Characters by Mes§rs..' J. Viio.•-Itiy, .t. Leo, Burnett, G. Cooke, Atwood, and W. J. Aliss Daly,.Mias Pettifer, and Mrs. SiAby. After which be pre ;'enteil - aa Pantgadadell, Ball/tit:al, Burlesqu
July 7, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
ronEzow INTELLIGENCE.

ronEzow INTELLIGENCE.

INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. We are in receipt of our private correspondence, and of the Paris papers of Sunday, but as may be expected on that day, they are not interesting. The Chamber of Peers was continuing the trials of the prisoners of the 12th May. The following is a translation
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
by address to her majesty, praying that her majesty would not allow further steps to be taken in a measure

by address to her majesty, praying that her majesty would not allow further steps to be taken in a measure

so fraught with importance to the best interests of the people, without giving to this house an opportunity to express 'VI opinion on the subject. (Hear, hear.) The house adjourned at eleven o'clock. HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY. PETITIONS in favour of the Government plan of Educti
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Central Criminal Court.

Central Criminal Court.

The Gold Dust Robbery. (SEvENTit DAY.)—Mr. Justice LITTLEDALE, on taking his seat this morning, said, that the points of law urged on behatf of the prisoners by their respective counsel, were too important to be decided by one judge, and he should, therefore, reserve them for th
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England