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Bankrupts.

Bankrupts.

B~ankrrupts'. Ii L. Cooper and M. Case, Manchester, cotton manufactu- rers, July 26 and August 27, at two, at the Commissioners' rooms, Manchester. Atts.'Messrs. Rowley and Taylor, Man. chester. T. Barker and R. Amsworth, Warrington, cotton spinners, July 31 and August 27, at ten
July 20, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
OXFORD, Saturday, July 20.

OXFORD, Saturday, July 20.

SufurdtV, Ja.r 20. On Tuesday the Rev. Dr. Shlittlewortl,\ya rden of New college, Oxford, accompanied by thle ev"'. I-I. Newbolt and the Rev. Richard Payne, Posers, arrived at Winchbes- ter college, and were, as usual, received at the gates by by the senior scholar, who ?? tliei1
July 20, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MARKET HERALD.

MARKET HERALD.

MAR~KET HERALD. CO-ILt E1XC[UA1VG1T, Mlonday, Juely 15. We have had a s-cry short supply both of Wheat and Flour during thle past week, ansi thle su1)ily of Wheat this morning, by 'and sample from. Essex and Kent being also very limited, the trade wvas firm, the prices of this da
July 20, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET.

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET.

(BY XPIRESS.) .. . YVESTERDAY, JULY 19.-A notice having been'issued that our navigation is to be stopped for ten days, on the 27th instant, a considerable quantity of Foreign Wheat has been tent froen the outports, and the reported arrival is, in C consequenlce, unusually large
July 20, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Extract of a letter from Connemara, dated July 15 : " I regret to inform you that famine still prevails,

Extract of a letter from Connemara, dated July 15 : " I regret to inform you that famine still prevails,

and is in- creasing to a frightful extent in this district, even amongst those who were considered above want. The poor people are coming in hundreds here, to see if anything will be done for them.* " I was present this day when application was made to , stating that they were e
July 20, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

July 20, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

Death or Sultan Mahmoud.—By extraordinary express from Paris, the Moniteur of Tuesday has been received in London, bringing the following important telegraphic despatches, addressed to the French Minister for Foreign Affairs; Stra«burg, July 15.—The Prefect of the Lower Rhine to
July 20, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

The Moors. —Game is said to be eery plentiful upon the moors in this neighbourhood, and abundant sport is anticipated. —Halifax Guardian. Our sporting friends will be happy to hear that the prospects of the ensuing grouse season are very flattering upon the generality of the Per
July 20, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
I IRELAND. 1

I IRELAND. 1

(FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) Dublin, July 18. EMIGRATION. Yesterday there was a very large meeting at the Rotunda, over which the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor presided. His lordship convened the meeting, in pursuance of* a requisition very respectably signed, for the purpose o
July 20, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

.-" 3-».:V<: ' FRIDAY, Jult 19-r * *-■ - \r THS O.UEBN V. FEJHOUS O'eONXOB. Special 'Jury. Mr. Serjeant Atcheblsv, Mr. Cr— _ wk ?? and Mi . Wightman, conducted the prosecution. Tbe defendant appeared in person. The following Gentlemen were sworn of the Special Jury. . - John Den
July 20, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England