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PENNY POSTAGE.

PENNY POSTAGE.

Yorkshire Gazette. SATURDAY. SO, 1889. The Chancellor ofthe Exchequer has carried in the House of Commons his resolution in favour a penny postage, with a pledge appended that the House would bind itself (so far as an empty resolution can do so) to provide for any deficiency of
July 20, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
POPULATION OF ENGLAND AND WALES.

POPULATION OF ENGLAND AND WALES.

The First Annual Report of the Registrar-General of England and Wales, which has just been presented to Parliament, contains some interesting statistics respecting population, diseases, and habits of living of the people. It appears that assuming the rate of increase from 1831 t
July 20, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
KNOWLES'S NEW EXPOSITOR, Edition. Two Shillings bound. THE NEW EXPOSITOR, containing Tables of Words, from one to seven Syllables inclusive,

KNOWLES'S NEW EXPOSITOR, Edition. Two Shillings bound. THE NEW EXPOSITOR, containing Tables of Words, from one to seven Syllables inclusive,

accented, explained and divided, according the roost approved methods of pronunciation. To which are added, Tables of Synonymous Words, Vulgar Anglicisms, Remarkable Events, Discoveries, and Inventions, chronologically arranged ; Names of Men of Learning and Genius ; Geographica
July 20, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WORCESTERSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

WORCESTERSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

CROWN COURT. Monday, July 15. The Crown Court was opened this morning shortly alter nine o'clock before Mr. Justice Alderson. attended hy numerous Bench of Magistrates. The Jury lor the County were then constituted as follows: Sir O. Wakemam, Bart, Foreman ; R. Berkeley, Esq. W.
July 17, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Friday's Express.

Friday's Express.

' THURSDAY, JULY IS. lii'tl'""' did not sit yesterday; I'iss. llSt! of Commons Sir T. Cochrane took Ipswich. ' ■leu presented 12 petitions, ail important, is '"' * S(;a system of poor laws, the ]•', presented petition on the subject Academy. " '"ck'nnon,' referring tiie riots Bi
July 19, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

NISI PRIUS COURT. Friday, July 19. lIBEL UPON THE WARMINSTER POOR LAW GUARDIANS. THE QUEEN »• FEARGUS O'CONNOR. This was a criminal information against the de- Idant charging him with libelling the Poor-law '"dians f the Warminster Union, brought here Atrial a special jury. The c
July 20, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FIELD-HOUSE ACADEMY, ABERFORD. MR. MORELAND, respectfully informs his Friends that the Duties of "his School will resumed Tuesday Next, the

FIELD-HOUSE ACADEMY, ABERFORD. MR. MORELAND, respectfully informs his Friends that the Duties of "his School will resumed Tuesday Next, the

23rd NEWTON GROVE SEMINARY, CHAPEL fOWN, NEAR LEEDS. MR. & RS. WILCOCK respectfully announce that their LADIES' ESTABLISHMENT will be Re-Opened on Monday tbe 22nd Instant. A Vacancy for a Half-Boarder. THE MISSES ALLANSON will resume the Duties of their SCHOOL on Tuesday, July 3
July 20, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MEDICAL PUPIL. Messrs. hare & copperthwakte, Surgeons, &c. are in Want of a respectable Youth as PUPIL. East Parade, Leeds,

MEDICAL PUPIL. Messrs. hare & copperthwakte, Surgeons, &c. are in Want of a respectable Youth as PUPIL. East Parade, Leeds,

10th July, 1839. LONDON PORTER STORE, ALBION WHARF, LEEDS. SIR HENRY MEUX AND COMPANY, LONDON PORTER BREWERS, Hr AVE Established this Store for the L purpose of Supplying the PUBLICANS and TRADE of LEEDS and its Vicinity, with their Porter. DOUBLE STOUT—STOUT—AND PORTER, for Dra
July 20, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CAIRNS, Auctioneer.

CAIRNS, Auctioneer.

June 17th, 1839. FREEHOLD, CUSTOMARY, A LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, AT BRAMPTOS, CASTLE CAR ROCK, LONGTOH'S, FOR SALE. To be SOLD, AUCTION, at the Free Masons’ Arms Inn, BRAMPTON, in the County of Cumberland, Monday, the Twelfth day ut August, 1839, by order the Devisees in Trust, of th
July 20, 1839 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE. Jii.v 15.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE. Jii.v 15.

The market was very sparingly supplied with English Wheat; the show land carriage being one ol the lesl, if not Iho very smallest that has been shown this year. •he miller* purchased cautiously; and, except in partial mstances, advance on the quotations Monday could obtained. 1
July 20, 1839 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England