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Richly chased Cake Baskets,new style; Epergnes; plain and revolving Cruet and Liqueur Frames ; table Candlesticks and :•hades ; assorted

Richly chased Cake Baskets,new style; Epergnes; plain and revolving Cruet and Liqueur Frames ; table Candlesticks and :•hades ; assorted

Snuffers and Stands and Shade . do. ; Tea Bells; Nut Crackers; Grape Scissars ; Bottle Coasters; Tcast Racks; Tea Equipages; Knife Rests; Butter Coolers ; Salt Stands, &c.
July 23, 1839 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
LOCAL INTELLIGE.VCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGE.VCE.

DEATIL—On Monday last an inquest held on the body of a man Turned Osborne, who kept an eating-house, in Whitecbapel, and whose death, which took place on Sunday afternoon, was Most sudden and unexpected. deceased had been about, as usual, in the 'early part of the day. Af: er di
July 23, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
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13 10 rice sha j 806 6 . I j _ _ barrel of 1961b5., pays a duty nearly eqnal to three-fifths of that levied on an imperial quarter of Wheat. IMPORT CORN from the 16th to the 22d July, 1839, both inclusive. Oats. Barley. Malt. Beans. 9rs. IMPORT of CORN, from the Ist September, 1
July 23, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
Wheat Oats •• • • Barley

Wheat Oats •• • • Barley

July 23, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
tow- CHARTIST RIO I',S. ATTEMPT TO FIRE BIRMINQIIAM. (mom THE MORNING CHRONICLE, OF WEDNESDAY.) The sullen silence of the movement

tow- CHARTIST RIO I',S. ATTEMPT TO FIRE BIRMINQIIAM. (mom THE MORNING CHRONICLE, OF WEDNESDAY.) The sullen silence of the movement

party, although they had not indulged in any excesses during the Nuit week, did anything but allay the fears of the friends of order and peace. Still, many, anxious to repel, if possible, from the public mind any unitecutlery apprehensions, unfortunately placed confidence in. th
July 23, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
THE MORNING HERALD, TUESDAY,

THE MORNING HERALD, TUESDAY,

July 23, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
HIGHWOOD, near HENDON.—To be .LEF, Furnished or Unfurnished, for the Summer Months, or for a longer period, a commodious and

HIGHWOOD, near HENDON.—To be .LEF, Furnished or Unfurnished, for the Summer Months, or for a longer period, a commodious and

gentlemanly RESIDENCK, consisting of seven bed rooms, dining, drawing, and breakfast roams, with all domestic offices and conveniencies; large conservatory, lawns ' shrubberies, &c.; stable and coach houses, and padd oc k o f f our acres. The situation is re Vred, and commands v
July 23, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 23, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
• • ort • - BE LET • LET, 4 Stable, AN YARD Mr. • to Mr. Lorin • •

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RIM. • I y, IX% 'it B with tb• • t w ee • y A MEURER dee COLLEGE SURGEONS. MALT WAL E S . are Link, will be Sold AND ADVERTISER -... • FOR . N OR T H t Solicitor. • A. (J b meat • Th e eferees, en be • reeler to - J Apply. Street, By VOL. 106.—N0. 5489. TUESDAY, JULY -23, 1839.
July 23, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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Unclaimed WHEREAS DEBORAH ELLIS, late of Overton, in the County of Flint, deceased, widow of the late THOMAS ELLIS. of Kealton. in the pariah of Overton aformaid, by her lest will and testament, bequeathed a handsome Legacy to her Nephew, WILLIAM JONES, Son of her late. Hartland'
July 23, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England