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BEARS.

BEARS.

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July 24, 1839 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
To Parents and Guardians. 11VA NT E I) immediately, a respectable well, educated YOUTH as an APPRENTICE. For particulars apply

To Parents and Guardians. 11VA NT E I) immediately, a respectable well, educated YOUTH as an APPRENTICE. For particulars apply

Why letter, post-paid) to W. S. Hoaris, Chemist and Druggist, Cambridge. lily 23rd, 1839. [766
July 24, 1839 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1839. (sr Use Woe& OaLeda, sae WZDNRSDAT. July 34. Sex rises ih lbs. sets Th 39m; moue

WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1839. (sr Use Woe& OaLeda, sae WZDNRSDAT. July 34. Sex rises ih lbs. sets Th 39m; moue

rues 7h 34im p m, sets lh 3m o m. Cambridgeshire Assizes. 'sta.—Mt ford. list.—G. Venue died 1736.-1 . N. Lardser died 1766 Tar . July 13.—!t. James. it.., 4h 14m. art 7b 511 m; moos no.. lb 6m p.m, sate Sh l'Jm a m. Matra.—Of Fen Land. at rownham. by Matthew Scott. at the White
July 24, 1839 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
WILDICINIDAY, JULY 24, 1830.]

WILDICINIDAY, JULY 24, 1830.]

On the Mb loot lb W. seed tak useelo, Rev. J. IL R. Nelms, aged sear Lyss, and • riskiest of K Gs lab Web Mush. Mr Ned N We l Wet. firs Rows., oth .1 u. Res Mr Os the omit, mod, woe dim= the loft lest amine, N. lir Low* Taft see. N. algid Malmo, MMus. mossy years gervolt le the
July 24, 1839 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
—.•.-- Whitby& W..l late.

—.•.-- Whitby& W..l late.

Whitby& W..l late. This fair was held at Method en Friday last, in • marquee pitched, as usual, in the rids& bolded Mr. Gill's home. There wens sheet BBS present at the dinner, which was served up in very excellent style, by Mr. Edwards, of the Bell Inn. Sir William Folkesle t ia
July 24, 1839 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Qtaisantial MfgEget

Qtaisantial MfgEget

CORM GIL Average Prices ell Dritian Can for the week ended July 12, leak min up front the returns of the inspectors in dr cities and towns in England and Wass, pa nastier :—Whest, 60s Od ; Barley, 37s 4d; —Om, 27s Id ; 37.3d;—Betsy ;-11 Mk Imperial Afregnie sir womb precagy ; Wh
July 24, 1839 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
THE CHELTENHAM EXAMINER;

THE CHELTENHAM EXAMINER;

WEDNESDAY, No. 2. JULY 24th, 1839. cDEPENDENUFI, INTEGRITY, LNTELLIGENI teuance of the impediments to general happiness—a preponderance which there is too much reason to apprehend will be encreased, unless great energy be exerted by the people to prevent it. Even general educati
July 24, 1839 - Cheltenham Examiner - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
GOSSIP 0F 11IF. DAY.

GOSSIP 0F 11IF. DAY.

We me happy to i(4 that Ler Majesty and her august mother cuoLnue to the enjoyment of perfect The Queen aUentled Dvine service on Sunday, in the Chapel Royal, St. James's. The Dean of Itereford was the Deputy Clerk of the Closet in Wa.Log. We understand that there will not he an
July 24, 1839 - Cheltenham Examiner - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Mr. ATTWOOD's SPEECH.

Mr. ATTWOOD's SPEECH.

[Tbe following part of this gentlemen's wroth, on tbe is Petition, was pompons" loot week.] Those in Birmingham had presented many petitions year ' after year to the House, but they have been disregarded, and by some strange fatality the House had refused to listen to them in 18
July 24, 1839 - Cheltenham Examiner - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
ORGAN, Brothers, BACON CtrotiasVlA FACTORS, PORI BUTCHERS, &c., REMOVED from 420, High-street, to No. 2, Grosvenor-street, Cheltenham. A constant supply

ORGAN, Brothers, BACON CtrotiasVlA FACTORS, PORI BUTCHERS, &c., REMOVED from 420, High-street, to No. 2, Grosvenor-street, Cheltenham. A constant supply

of prime bacon, pork, ham/ tongues, fcc., of the first quality, at the lowest prices.‘
July 24, 1839 - Cheltenham Examiner - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England