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Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

'Jo7r&'ig1I 1ntelligelct. Fratace. The Chamber of Deputies has taken iul wvith great vigour, wal and with not less talent, the affairs of the East. Mlarshial I Soult, as President of the Council, and as Mliniste of Florcigis rt0 Affalirs, opened the debate on Monday, onl the proj
July 17, 1839 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

[N ffPS0N, BLNK T ARE IHOUSE, Na. I 1, RtOA) STREET, begs to Ofntiouittl' tile arrival (I1. ij~, --eonc andl lost clivisiot of his ltle contract forT'W `NIPI- 1 I a\N KEleTs, ?? oi ttoet-mole 11led ~i w-t ilt Lotrge Sizes All cl:~v,,r itt (Ic of 1 1, A NKI{'if If shiomld Visit ti
July 17, 1839 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Agriculture.

Agriculture.

INVERUltY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. The Cattle Shoo' undar til p)tl olnge of the InOert'ry Agri - cifltulilu Associatioll, wacs ]hed at In'i'ti'y, on Monda(y tie Stl, ilstallt, Clad thc Stock brtlught t'forward (uploards of 300 ill nlallbel') leflected thie ighcst credit on the
July 17, 1839 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE.

From the LONDON GAZETTE.

TUESDAY, JULY 9. e INSOLVENT. d Christopher Brayshaw, tailor, Great Castle-street, Regent- street. n BANKRUPTS. f GEORGE SUTTON, Hartington, Derbyshire, draper, July 15, August 20, at the Rutland Arms, Bakewell. Soli- n citors, Mr. Fox, Ashborne, Derbyshire; Abbott and Arney, it
July 17, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, 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
 
BIRTH. tin the itth inst., at Nacton, near Ipswich, the lady of the Rev. H. Edgell, of a daughter still

BIRTH. tin the itth inst., at Nacton, near Ipswich, the lady of the Rev. H. Edgell, of a daughter still

born. MARRIED. On the sth inst., Mr. Canler, of Denham, to Dinah, only daughter of the late Mr. John Farrow, of Stradbroke. On the Cth inst., at St. George's, Hanover-square, the Hon. Charles Andrew Vanneck, only son of Lord flunt- ingfield, to Louisa, only daughter of Andrew Ar
July 17, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS. Several Letters, Vc. are postponed in the crowded slate of our columns. The Worecstershire Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Several Letters, Vc. are postponed in the crowded slate of our columns. The Worecstershire Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17

The Tory Lords presented the Address agreed to hy the majority 111 her Majesty, on the subject education Thursday, and unpopular did the faction fuel their Position to be, that band of ruffians, under the direction of Sill,, Holmes, fee. fee. were hired to cheer the procession a
July 17, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
DROITWICH.

DROITWICH.

At the meeting the Board of Guardians this Union, Wednesday, Mr. Richards, the late Auditor, was elected Clerk to the Union, in the room of Mr. T. Lawrence resigned; and Mr. Clark and wife (from the Kidderminster Union) were appointed Schoolmaster and Schoolmistress; and Mr. Bis
July 17, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
AGRICULTURE, &c.

AGRICULTURE, &c.

Soap Suds a Specific for Nourishing Flowers. —A fair correspondent of the Dumfries Courier writes— '* Recently I happened gather beautiful pansey, and when tired admiring it, tossed the toy aside, which partly accident fell into a box full soap suds. This said pansey had neither
July 17, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
POETRY. THE SONG OF FRIENDSHIP I'm belov'd all—by the prince and slave, On the sunny land and the yesty wave;

POETRY. THE SONG OF FRIENDSHIP I'm belov'd all—by the prince and slave, On the sunny land and the yesty wave;

I dwell in the palace, I bless the cot, On a wind-bound steep or balmy spot; My echo heard in the halls of mirth— the grave age and the infant's birih; Where the sorrowing breast is, there I fly, And subdue the storm of the tear dimm'd eye. escort the young to the bridal shrine
July 17, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England