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THE LETTER TAX —DEFEAT OF PARTY.

THE LETTER TAX —DEFEAT OF PARTY.

The Postage question has been an engrossing topic of public discussion during the week past. Monday a meeting of stationers and pnper makers took place in London, for the purpose of expressing their fears that the proposed plan would injure their business. These worthy citizens
July 15, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
WORTHING.

WORTHING.

D. Salomon"!, Esq.,and family, have arrived at York Ter- race, to sojourn with us for a time. Sunday sennight lids place was visited with very heavy thunder storm. It had been gathering throughout the afternoon, when distant and faint peals were beard at intervals. ln the evenin
July 15, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
BATTLE.

BATTLE.

The summer show ol ihe Battle and Hastings Horticultural Society lock place at the Geoige Inn, Thursday last, and was attended by a very fashionable and numerous company. The display of (lowers, fruits, &c. was geuerdly declared besupeiior to any witnessed here. The following an
July 15, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
RESTORATIVE FOR THE HAIR. To the Editor the Shipping and Mercantile Gazette. Sir,—Being a daily reader of your useful journal.

RESTORATIVE FOR THE HAIR. To the Editor the Shipping and Mercantile Gazette. Sir,—Being a daily reader of your useful journal.

I am anxious to make known through its columns the value of a preparation called " Oldridge's Balm of Columbia," for the purposes of restoring, strengthening, and preventing the loss of hair. It was first recommended to member of family— who, at the time, was rapidly losiug her
July 20, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
YORK CITY COMMISSIONERS.

YORK CITY COMMISSIONERS.

A general meeting of this body was held at their rooms in Newstreet, on Tuesday last, when we noticed the following gentlemen present: —Mr. S. Agar (chairman), Messrs. Peacock, Bulmer, Chadwick, Walker (Mount), Rowntree, Calvert, Phillips, Wilks, and Scawin. The Chairman read th
July 20, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN AND GRAIN.

AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN AND GRAIN.

A Report of the Number of Quarters and Average Price of Corn and Giain s>ld the several Counties of England and Wales, which governs the Duty fur the Week ended July 6, 1839. WHEAT. BARLEY. OATS. London 0 9 Uxbridge 61874 5 11 35 261 30 Hertfordshire 8 .... 27 Guildford 552i76 5
July 20, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
PRIESTLY DOMINATION—FLOGGING PROTESTANT FEMALES FOR NOT GOING TO MASS.

PRIESTLY DOMINATION—FLOGGING PROTESTANT FEMALES FOR NOT GOING TO MASS.

Yorkshire Gazette. SATURDAY,JULY 1839. Flagellation still seems to be characteristic of Rome's votaries now as it was of old : the Scourge, or in the vulgar tongue, the whip, is still found in the hand of the " Catholic" (lege Roman) Devotee. Thus far at least is Popery unchange
July 20, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
«ttx.X, TIDE TABLE. WATER. MORNING TIDE. EVENING TIDE. JulT 21 -Sunday P»» " S past past fn v 23 -Tuesday

«ttx.X, TIDE TABLE. WATER. MORNING TIDE. EVENING TIDE. JulT 21 -Sunday P»» " S past past fn v 23 -Tuesday

31 past past 3 July 24.—Wednesday.... 4 past past July 25.— Thursday past 67 past July 26.— Friday past pagt July 27.— Saturday..,,,. past past
July 20, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE POSTAGE QUESTION.

THE POSTAGE QUESTION.

[Standard.] The house went into committee upon the Post Office Bill. Mr. Goulbum moved the amendment, of which he had given notice. The amendment was resisted by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, chiefly on the ground that it was not described in the kind of opposition of which S
July 20, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Testimonial of Mr. Rowland Hill The amount of the subscription at Wolverhampton, for the purpose of presenting testimonial to Mr.

Testimonial of Mr. Rowland Hill The amount of the subscription at Wolverhampton, for the purpose of presenting testimonial to Mr.

Rowland Hill, exceeds 100/. The piece of plate selected by the acting committee as the intended testimonial, consists of an elegant and massive candelabrum, bearing classical and emblematical figure. An alarming incident, the result of which might have been the destruction of gr
July 20, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England