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Tee of Totness.—The representation of this borough, vacant by the retirement of Mr. Parrott, is likely to be warmly contested.

Tee of Totness.—The representation of this borough, vacant by the retirement of Mr. Parrott, is likely to be warmly contested.

The friends of the constitution Chnrch and State are determinened to make grand effort to wrest one seat least from Destructive hands, and, for this purpose, Charles Barry Baldwin, Esq., who has been some time the field, will immediately hoist the Conservative banner, and, we he
July 20, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, July 16.

LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, July 16.

BANKRUPTS. —WiIIiam Hobley, late or Warwick, but now of Bicknell, Warwickshire, innkeeper. July twelve, Aug:- 27. two. at the New Royal Hotel. Birmingham. Solicitors, Mr. Michael, lied Lion Square ; Mr. Amos, Evesham —Joseph Poulton, Lane End, Staffordshire, grocer —John Kennedy
July 20, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
fcNGLISH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY..V, _-_..r i ¥n-._j ___r__.-__.t__.___

fcNGLISH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY..V, _-_..r i ¥n-._j ___r__.-__.t__.___

fcNGLISH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. V, ?? i ¥n-._j ?? liixiora, rriaay morning. edin«s terminated yesteiday morning by a sale of c prize cattle. The buyers weie Lord Morton, Knatchbuli, Mr. Handley, aud other distin- cnlturists. The following is a list of some of the bull, 3 years and
July 20, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
•BOUSE Ot LORDS, Thursday, July 18.

•BOUSE Ot LORDS, Thursday, July 18.

ELECTORS RKMOVAL BILL. MAJORITY— 80. AncunisHor.. Mort»n Falmouth Sondes Canterbury Moray Minister Monr.igu Armagh Galloway Ripen Douglas dukes. Kinnou.l vise unts. t'alttiorpe Richmond Airlie Heiel.'.l Dunsauy Rutland Dartmouth Strathallan Farnham Montrose Tankerville De Ve.ei
July 20, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Tattersall-s, Thursday Evening.— S_.Lhb_b_ 12 to 1 against Charles the Twelfth-taken. The wtaefcS Increase of Lawyers.— During the last ??

Tattersall-s, Thursday Evening.— S_.Lhb_b_ 12 to 1 against Charles the Twelfth-taken. The wtaefcS Increase of Lawyers.— During the last ??

Z% J erm ' fort y* two Barristers were caUe_ and one han&wl and five Attorneys admitted, the names of whomwillh_ found in the Legal Observer of the 29th June. *■*
July 20, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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[No. 4705 FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1839 P **CE 5d.)
July 19, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ENGLISH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

ENGLISH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

Oxford, Thursday Morning. The f.reat dinner and public meeting went off yesterday with very good effect, and there was little confusion with the exception of that which is inseparable from the congregation of such laig . bodies of men, the whole of the 2500 tickets having been i
July 19, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL.

EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL.

Liverpool, Thursday ?? Six o'clock. £-XVX.R_?OO__- SHIP MTBWB. ?? _, „ , Thursday, July 18- The Despatch, from Sydney. N. S. W., to London ■ ?? 6tt . five-lays after leaving Sydney -. the Captain and In the small boat, and trie remainder ..f the pass, i, SO in number. In the lon
July 19, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MOLLS' COURT. Jittt ift.

MOLLS' COURT. Jittt ift.

LEW"!!! T. FULI.ABTON. His lordship the Master of the Rolls to-day gave judgd* in this case, which was argued a few weeks since. In ' case the plaintiffs, moved for an injunction to restrain the fendaut, his agents, servants, and workmen, from further po lishing, printing, selli
July 17, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
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(uoxsm .hi- nxMurar*-) FRANCE. (FROM Ofc T R PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, July 13. THE REBELLION OF MAY 12. The Court of Peers has at last, after four days' deliberation, pronounced its verdict in the case of the rebels of the 12th of May : — Bari.es is coudemned to death for
July 15, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England