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MONDAY 'MORNING, JULY VS, 1839• The lamented death of Lady Flora Haatinaa has afforded matter for much discussion during the

MONDAY 'MORNING, JULY VS, 1839• The lamented death of Lady Flora Haatinaa has afforded matter for much discussion during the

past week, and many and larioas have been the opinions expressed on thin melancholy subject, while some have barn loud in wade the mean and pitiful intriguers, who, to remove a rival from the Court, alaiwkred the fair fame of a lady, whose only fault was, that she wan far tr. no
July 15, 1839 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
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July 15, 1839 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
EXECUTION OF MARCHANT.

EXECUTION OF MARCHANT.

Monday morning, at eisiht o'clock, William John, reliant, a youth aged eighteen years and five months underwent the last sentence of the law in the front of Newgate, for the wilful murder his fellow.servant ' Chelsea. Soon after si* o'clock the Rev. Mr. Carter, the recently appo
July 15, 1839 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Life Assurance —That only about 80,000 person* in the United Kingdom should have taken advantage Life Assurance, being one in 62 the number of heads of families, surely affords a striking view of— shall we call it the Improvidence of mankind, or shall not rather designate it the
July 15, 1839 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
CHAPLAINS IN PRISONS.

CHAPLAINS IN PRISONS.

The Earl of FINGALL presented a petition praying the House to adopt the clause in the Prisons Bill, which allowed licensed ministers of all religious persuasions to teach in prisons. The Bishop of EXETER and Lord GLENGALL presented petitions to a contrary effect. . . CHURCH DISC
July 15, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
gPtorit. _ENGLISH FUN

gPtorit. _ENGLISH FUN

Consols ...........• ........... • •••••• ••••• ..... .. Ditto, for Opening .................. 3 per Cent. Reduced ...............•........ ... I 3 per Cent . ... .......................... 3 per Cent. Reduced ............. ..... ............ 3 per Cent.. New ...................
July 15, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
BLACKBURN INDEPENDENT ACADEMY.

BLACKBURN INDEPENDENT ACADEMY.

On "Wednesday, June 12, the half-yearly examination of the students educated in this establishment took place at the Academy, in Ainsworth -street; and on the same evening an address was. delivered to the students by the Rev. John Ely, of Leeds, on the Characteristics of the Tim
July 15, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
WAREHAM, ELM COTTAGE ACADEMY, under the Superiu.tendence of Mr. F. SELBY. The duties of the Establishment will be RESUMED on

WAREHAM, ELM COTTAGE ACADEMY, under the Superiu.tendence of Mr. F. SELBY. The duties of the Establishment will be RESUMED on

MONDAY NEXT, the 22nd of JULY. The situation is remarkably healthy, and the most respectable references can be given.
July 15, 1839 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
SCOTCH ALE..

SCOTCH ALE..

v T HE undersigned takes the ILerty of informing Friends and the Public. t , he is appointed sole A cent in Liverpool for NI AC KE NZ 'S celebrated EDINBURGH ALES, of a superior qualit and flavour, and warranted to keep sound in any climate. J. G. HISLOP, No. I, Doran's-lane, Lo
July 15, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
NORTHERN HOSPITAL, July 13.

NORTHERN HOSPITAL, July 13.

7 ADXIITT DISCHARGED. Accidents Medical and Surgical cases I Attending as Out Patients , . 9 upon recommendation• •• • 9ilrregular •••• 1 Total ............ . •• • • 20IDied . .. 2 Remaining in the Hospital ' 72 House Visitors ��� • -.. • Rev. Dr. Ralph and John•LightbOdy, Esti Tr
July 15, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown