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NEW Z EA LAN D.—Published this day, in Svc', price Ss 6d, NEW ZEALAND IN 1839; or, Four Letters to

NEW Z EA LAN D.—Published this day, in Svc', price Ss 6d, NEW ZEALAND IN 1839; or, Four Letters to

the Right Hon. the Earl of Durham, Governor of the New Zealand Land Company, on the Colonisation of that Island, and on the presan Condition and Prospects of Native Inhabitants. By JOHN DUN. MORE LANG, D.D., Principal of the Australian College, and Senior Minister of the Church
July 23, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AS LADY'S MAID, to Wait on the Lady or Two Young Ladles, and would not object to assist in a

AS LADY'S MAID, to Wait on the Lady or Two Young Ladles, and would not object to assist in a

little housework, or as Lady's Maid and Ne e diewornan, in a Gentleman's family, a respectable young Woman, who has a perfect knowledge of hairdressing, millinery. and getting up line linen if required; can be highly recommended by the lady she lived with last. —Direct C. P., Mr
July 23, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AS BUTLER, or Butler and Valet, a l'erso n w h o thoroughly understands his business, brewing, &c., and tan

AS BUTLER, or Butler and Valet, a l'erso n w h o thoroughly understands his business, brewing, &c., and tan

produce the most satisfactory testimonials; no objection to the country.— Direct A. Z , Mr. Payne, newsman, 1?, Great Titelttield-street, Cavena ish.square.
July 23, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- -- - A_S CARMAN, or Porter, in a ware house, where a horse and cart are kept, a young

- -- - A_S CARMAN, or Porter, in a ware house, where a horse and cart are kept, a young

Man who understands horses, and knows town well.—Direct G. P., 34, Weymouth-street, Portland-place.
July 23, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
RIOTS AT BIRMINGHAM.

RIOTS AT BIRMINGHAM.

{'RIro1n AT1 JIR.mivGHAM. . .E.. ot( ott OWN ?? 'ltRaNGSRAM, MOrAMODAY 'V2NINO..-The Rtute.O- '&lriui id *Hlcitl dilcrli thib tlft to*o to' be,' JI'th on Satur- 'ay'i-d yesetorday, 'cioninues, ?? sbhoay 'I~yii'to thia mo- ment, although I cannot find any Bubstadiial'greuni for It
July 23, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE CROPS.

THE CROPS.

The accounts from Mississippi of the grope of wheat and cotton are mast favourable. On many cotton farms the bolls had been formed ; and, altogether, the season was a most promising one. The above information is from Vicksburg and Columbus, under date of the 20th ultimo. The riv
July 23, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
mg FRIDAY, JULY 19.—Wind S.S.W. SAILED —Chicora' Hal;ey for Charleston Eliza, Locke, sailed from - Galatz for Liverpool 23rd June

mg FRIDAY, JULY 19.—Wind S.S.W. SAILED —Chicora' Hal;ey for Charleston Eliza, Locke, sailed from - Galatz for Liverpool 23rd June

Brenda, Watkins, from Odessa, and Argyra, Reed, from Kertch, at Constantinople, and both saiied 23rd June for Liverpool; the Stamboul, Sloman, sailed 26th for Liverpool Feronia, Jarvis, hence at Geaoa Hendrika Jantina, Dominie, hence at Zwolle Kingston, Kennedy, and Iris, Ramper
July 23, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EUROPE.

EUROPE.

Eleonora, J Halewyck, p 4 Ghent and Antwerp, C G Weber &Co Helene Eugenie, J Ghilligodt, 120 Ostend, Bahr, Behrend & Co Stadt Rendsburg, C H Carlsen, 72 Rendsburg, Bahr, llehrend & Co Lydia Abegg, H E Oorrgicse, SO Bremen, Bahr, Behrend &Co Washington, W Ad ins, 450 Charleston,
July 23, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
. ..tattf:,. NEW 'YORK OF PACKETS. on theist of ever,/ Month . August. N. HOLDREG ST ER IV tons, Ist

. ..tattf:,. NEW 'YORK OF PACKETS. on theist of ever,/ Month . August. N. HOLDREG ST ER IV tons, Ist

t t. tons, ... • • .... 62'0 tons, Ist October. 1, .... s'B tons, Ist Nov. are- LEN a in the all of the first class ) recentlbill iork and model, punC'ld. wit , strength, beauty of mess of sailing, as well as for extent and.cora-44 are not surpassed by the eoinakauders are men o
July 23, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
_ ULEWKERNE- GRAINIMA it SCHOOL, SOMERSET.—Found 1499. Head Master—The Rev. CHARLES PENNY, M.A. he Crewkerne School will OPEN on MONDAY,

_ ULEWKERNE- GRAINIMA it SCHOOL, SOMERSET.—Found 1499. Head Master—The Rev. CHARLES PENNY, M.A. he Crewkerne School will OPEN on MONDAY,

AUGUST : IO"th. rTe ms for Hoarders may be had on applicatiou to the MaSter, ,001-kouse, Crewkerne. "WY 1839 •
July 23, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England