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CHARTIST DOINGS IN CARLISLI3.

CHARTIST DOINGS IN CARLISLI3.

‘ r fi learn from the Carlisle Patriot, that the Radi- Arillociation" of Carlisle has published an address to the oPlreepers and tradesmen of that city, which, after the usual "Nu or political nonsense with which such documents ir.b?,und, concludes as follows tetli We have circu
July 23, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
BANK OF IRELAND.

BANK OF IRELAND.

Mr. HUM' V e notice that, on going into committee on the Bank of 1 .1-eland Acts, he should move certain resolutions for doin,. away with the Bank of Ireland monopoly. Also in corn. mi.'etee on the Poor Law Commissiou Continuance Bill, he 'should move a clause requiring the meet
July 23, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN DUBLIN AND LONDON.

COMMUNICATION BETWEEN DUBLIN AND LONDON.

Mr. O'CONNELL gave notice that on going into committee of supply on Friday he should move an address to her Majesty to appoint a committee to inquire into the most direct means of communication between London and Dublin. STATE OF CRIME (IRELAND). Mr. O'CONNELL moved that a messa
July 23, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
RTA7B OF BIRMINGHAM. EN( Cif RO NI C E. i ii, q,:t- ,, - ' 1..-='• $. .- 0- 10:n

RTA7B OF BIRMINGHAM. EN( Cif RO NI C E. i ii, q,:t- ,, - ' 1..-='• $. .- 0- 10:n

); :' - ',...: 4 ~..,.; 1 Ee>„,..f.......... teiRMINGHAM, MONDAY ' The town has been slightly excited throughout the day. alarmists have throughout the week been predicting that chartists intend to "come out" to-night. Such an attempt would be madness, and besides there is not,
July 23, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
GOODWOOD STAKES. 6 to 1 agst Lord Westminster's Lord Mayor—taken 10 to 1 agst Col. Peel's I-am-not-aware—taken 10 to 1

GOODWOOD STAKES. 6 to 1 agst Lord Westminster's Lord Mayor—taken 10 to 1 agst Col. Peel's I-am-not-aware—taken 10 to 1

agst Mr. Bell's Miss Eliza—taken 11 to 1 agst Mr. Meiklam'sWee Willie—taken 11 to 1 asst Lord Anglesey's Confusionee 13 to 1 agst Mr. A. Pearson's Romania—taken 14 to I agst St. Bennett—taken 15 to 1 agst Mr. Greville's Morella—taken 16 to 1 agst Lord Jersey's Joannina—taken 20
July 23, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EVENING EDITION.

EVENING EDITION.

who had held it for centuries, and to transfer it to another class, who had never held it. He desired, if possible, to establish a system according to which a fair distribution of power should take place between the two classes, into which society was unfortunately divided in th
July 23, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
hi Bvo., price ls. 64., THE GOOD SHEPHERD. A SERMON, preached in the Parish Church of HACKNEY, on Sunday, June

hi Bvo., price ls. 64., THE GOOD SHEPHERD. A SERMON, preached in the Parish Church of HACKNEY, on Sunday, June

'23, 1839, being the Sunday next folhiwing the Funeral of the yen. John James Watson, D.D., Archdeacon of Sr. Alban's, and Hector of Hackney. By HENRY HANDLEY NORRIS, M.A., Prebendary of St. Paul's. and. itectrr of Synth Hackney. (Pubttshed by tkluartirtlfe 'Park hioneia,) Rivin
July 23, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
bp 2tirtitin. MAGNIFICENT FOREIGN FURNITURE, IN ROSEWOOD AND MAHOGANY, Forming one of the most splendid Assemblages ever offered for public

bp 2tirtitin. MAGNIFICENT FOREIGN FURNITURE, IN ROSEWOOD AND MAHOGANY, Forming one of the most splendid Assemblages ever offered for public

sale. _ _ . J(R. T. BRANCH respectfully notifies that he is inldl to SELL by AUCTION, TO-MORROW. (WednesdaY,) the 24th instant, at Twelve o'clock, at the Hanover Rooms, Liverpool, fe account of the Importer, An extensive and singularly-beautiful Collection of - Foreign CABINET F
July 23, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

Litkos.—The trade of Leeds is still flat in all departments, and a considerable number of persons are out of work. In the Cloth Halls, on Saturday and Tuesday, the demand was limited, and mainly confined to heavy goods. In the lighter articles there is less doing than the season
July 23, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
VESSELS ENTERED FOR LOADING. WEST INDIES AND MADEIRA. Palmyra, A Croal, -----414netneiara, G Booker & Co Margaret, Black, 179 Demerara,

VESSELS ENTERED FOR LOADING. WEST INDIES AND MADEIRA. Palmyra, A Croal, -----414netneiara, G Booker & Co Margaret, Black, 179 Demerara,

J Poole Frances, J F Dixon, 413 Barbadoes, Barton, Irlam &Co Appleton, E Evans, 253 Falmouth and Montego Bay. Jamaica, . P. \V Appleton SOUTH AMERICA. Cabotia, J Ashton, Mary & Anne, R Bartlett, 388 Bahia, 212 Valparaiso, R A Anderson Ashley Brothers UNITED STATES Plymouth, A Ke
July 23, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England