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A LARGE COLLECTION OF VALUABLE BOOKS NOW ON SALE,

A LARGE COLLECTION OF VALUABLE BOOKS NOW ON SALE,

AT VERY REDUCED PRICES, »V SAMUEL JEFFERSON, ARXiZBI*Xi> OLD BOOKS BOUGHT OR TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR NEW ONES. Good Price given for those printed in Black Letter. PIAITO FOR BAZ.E. SALE, an excellent PIANO, nearly New. NEW MUSIC, By the most eminent Publishers. STRAUSS’ MUSIC AT H
July 27, 1839 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
4 4 0— 3 14 0 3 10 o—3 0 0

4 4 0— 3 14 0 3 10 o—3 0 0

4 4 0— 3 14 0 3 o—3 0 0 One Lady's or Gentleman's fine Gold Guard Chain, of curb pattern (4 feet in length) ... One do., very stro.ig ... ... One Cluster Diamond Pin (with four brilliants) ... > One Single Diamond Pin (with line brilliant) One Silver Thermometer, (for Mantel Piec
July 27, 1839 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
■roxTivo urTnuioxxoa.

■roxTivo urTnuioxxoa.

grand agricultural meeting at OXFORD. Coin. Mr. J. PutlunH. of West Forti. iix, Sussex, pure Sussex other Messrs. C. Pcu.ton, O. Ferris. W. Cotl.tr. . Corners;. U'l.rc, Hercforil and Devon yearling heifer, age I year and moatn*. The'other competitor, were Mcr.. II Morland. other
July 27, 1839 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
The Birmingham Journal furnishes us with the exposure of one of the "exaggerations" of the day. have only '.says the

The Birmingham Journal furnishes us with the exposure of one of the "exaggerations" of the day. have only '.says the

Journal) to notice another of the monstrosities that have been circulated, not by Tory editors and attorneys, but grave and learned Peers, the twin ex-chancellors ■Lords Lyndhurst and Brougham. Cantare pares et respondere parati. Both to cant, and ready at a lie. We allude to th
July 27, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Miscellaneous Intelligence.

Miscellaneous Intelligence.

"The abstract and brief chronicle the times." Sir Robert and Lady Peel and family left Whitehall Gardens on Wednesday week, for Drayton Manor, Staffordshire, for the autumn. Dr. Bowring has left London for Berlin, to be present the meeting of the German Commercial League. Mr. El
July 27, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
.YOSEFII HOPE, Juil., COMMISSION SHARE BROKER, No. 3, SCOTCH STREET, c . n TIT ANTED immediately, an APPRENTICI to the

.YOSEFII HOPE, Juil., COMMISSION SHARE BROKER, No. 3, SCOTCH STREET, c . n TIT ANTED immediately, an APPRENTICI to the

CHEMIST and DRUGGIST Busi _ ness. For Particulars apply to C. Rucastle, Chemist r &c, Penrith. I Penrith, July 10, 1839 Just Published, price 2s. Gd. 1 By Hudson Scott, 11, English Street, Carlisle, VIEWS and EXPERIENCE of CHRIS T I A N I T V, addressed to the Natives o Hindosta
July 27, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
COLLECTANEA.

COLLECTANEA.

A War Caused by Change or Wind!—l inquired of the Chief, the cause of the present war in which he was engaged. replied, that the enemy bad set fire to some land for the purpose of burning off the brush and fern, preparatory to planting, as is invariably the custom of the people
July 27, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
TO THE GOVERNORS AND SUBSCRIBERS OF THE ROYAL BERK Sill HOSPITAL. Loans, Ladies, and Gentlemen, Board of Management having fixed

TO THE GOVERNORS AND SUBSCRIBERS OF THE ROYAL BERK Sill HOSPITAL. Loans, Ladies, and Gentlemen, Board of Management having fixed

on Monday. July 29th, for the Election Medical Officers to your excellent Institution, I now beg, according to my former intimation, to announce myself a Candidate for the appointment of one the Tbree Surgeons to the Hospital. The position I have maintained during a practice of
July 27, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ROYAL BERKSHIRE HOSPIT4L ELECTION ' MR. F. A. BULLEY respectfully beg-s to announce, that COMMITTEE for conduct Election sit daily

ROYAL BERKSHIRE HOSPIT4L ELECTION ' MR. F. A. BULLEY respectfully beg-s to announce, that COMMITTEE for conduct Election sit daily

at No. 18, Market Peace. [ where communications will be thankfully received and' every information upon tbe subject afforded. He returns his most sincere thanks for the favors shown I him by his friends ; and, from the kind assurances of support he has already received from the
July 27, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WN.ON ». W. KACES. Stafford MONDAY and TUESDAY, nAY.-The Sta<«i all age* three r«ur» old «lh gib, ■ half-bred horses

WN.ON ». W. KACES. Stafford MONDAY and TUESDAY, nAY.-The Sta<«i all age* three r«ur» old «lh gib, ■ half-bred horses

allowe be, and th.ice 7lb. « times round and adistaa «■**! h-vtcbs' Stakbsol X each, wi bave been regularly hunted dur a t the time of entry from : three years old t.« ca r ,b '*! having starte tiKb. »brec times ribs ; winners twia and a distance ; the second ht * Stabks > SOTS
July 28, 1839 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England