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Throw open portal. And bid pilgrim come. For here the rich poor arc one. It it alike their home! Throw

Throw open portal. And bid pilgrim come. For here the rich poor arc one. It it alike their home! Throw

wide ita My precints, _md wand’rer reat. The Shebber.! father* here his (lock. And folds them his breast Unfurl the dore-like Banner» That all who see may know. How stainless is its motto Peace*' Pure the driven snow Triumphant let It wave! It leadeth not war. But points its pen
July 27, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
LIVERPOOL RACES.

LIVERPOOL RACES.

FRIDAY. The Knowslcy Dinner Stakes of soys each, was won by Lord Dyer's c Charlatan, beating Wayward and Hugh Lupus. The Stand Cup, value soys, added to handicap sweepstakes of 15 each, ft, was won by Mr. Denham's Compensation, beating Cruiskeen and four others. The Grosvenor St
July 27, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
WORTHING.

WORTHING.

Warwick bouse has just been let for three months, Lane Fox, Esq., who with his family occupied il some time since. The beautiful estate of Mnniham, near Findon, lately the residence of F. W. Frankland, Esq., is sold to Mr. Fitzgerald, who left this town a few weeks ago after a s
July 22, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
CONSERVATIVE MEETING.

CONSERVATIVE MEETING.

Tbe Annual Dinner of the Lewes Constitutional Pruning Benefit Society 'ook place on Wednesday last, in the grounds of W. C. Mabbott, at Southover, where a spacious booth had been erected for the purpose. Mr, John Ellman, of Landport, tbe president the society, took chair, suppor
July 22, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
CAPITAL SITUATION BUSINESS, Fou Mm Years, A Immediate Possession equired, N Excellent DWELLING-HOUSEaud Commodious SHOP, situated in Gentleman* *«. 'lie

CAPITAL SITUATION BUSINESS, Fou Mm Years, A Immediate Possession equired, N Excellent DWELLING-HOUSEaud Commodious SHOP, situated in Gentleman* *«. 'lie

beat Thoroughfare, in the city of Norwich, and well adapted for carrying on a wholesale and retail business. For particnlars address (post-paid) Mr. Dnrrant. Solicitor. Surrey Street, Norwich. TO LET, A IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, Desirable D ELLING-HOCSE, situatv the Lower Close, jei
July 27, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
COMPARATIVE PRICES OF GRAIN.

COMPARATIVE PRICES OF GRAIN.

Averages by the Averages from the corresimperial Quarter, from ponding Gazette the ■!■« * Barley 5 o i 2 Peas
July 27, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
ORIGINAL COM MUNICATIONS.

ORIGINAL COM MUNICATIONS.

BEERSELLERS AND LICENSED VICTUALLERS. Sir, —A month has elapsed since I solicited jour attention, and that of the public, to the partial manner in which justice is administered between llie licensed victualler and beerselier; in "answer to which jou asls, what I would have tbe m
July 27, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE RIOTS.

THE RIOTS.

Si.', —The late lamentable occurrences in the King cannot fail to be a source of the deepest regret ti .very well regulated mind, but it is scarcely less to lamented, that fearful a public calamity should >eized upon with such ungenerous baste to gratify private pique or politic
July 27, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY.

DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY.

-AJtJfIFkN DREDGE, hotel keeper, Liverpool, i? JLKES MORRISON and JAMES CHASACS MORRISON, York-street, Middlesex Hospital.
July 27, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
E. JEANES, BOOKSELLER, (Successor to Mr. W. Strong, late Mr. G. Dyer.) BEGS respectfully to call the attention of buyers

E. JEANES, BOOKSELLER, (Successor to Mr. W. Strong, late Mr. G. Dyer.) BEGS respectfully to call the attention of buyers

of BOOKS, to his large and choice COLLECTION of them, which his recently been augmented by the purchase of three valuable DIVINITY, CLASSICAL, and MISCELLANEOUS LIBRARIES. Catalogues are in preparation, and will be sent, free of cost, to any Gentleman favouring E. J. with his ad
July 27, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England