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FHOM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Feidav. Jutv 19. WAH-OFFICE. JotT 19. Regiment of Foot.-Lieu tenant Thoraw Crawley, from thw haif-p*y of

FHOM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Feidav. Jutv 19. WAH-OFFICE. JotT 19. Regiment of Foot.-Lieu tenant Thoraw Crawley, from thw haif-p*y of

Foot, be Lieutenant, *kc Creagh. appointed Paymaeter of the .'.2 d Foot; Entigo George BUcke Champion Cre»- ptgney. Lieutenant, purchaae. Crawley, who retiree; Sir Richard Gethln. Bart., to Knaign, purchaae, &r.lh Foot.—Quartermoater-Sergeant Samuel Fox, Quartermarter, rice Mair
July 27, 1839 - Bolton Chronicle - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
1 '■■ ■« ) 111 —. _.Li II UHHiiUi ilWju ri.,-„..„. .

1 '■■ ■« ) 111 —. _.Li II UHHiiUi ilWju ri.,-„..„. .

1 '■■ ■« ) 111 — . _ Li II UHHiiUi ?? ri.,-„..„. . Wh «»t 70s 0.1 to 73* (M Beans 42s Od to 43s Od ?? ,oi * W to 00a Ocr KTae Klour, per sack ?? 51s od >fa| t «*>s Od to US Odr "Standard Wheaten ?? ?? Od 0i "» 30s Od to 3ls Od Household 50s Od
July 27, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
j REVIEW OF THE CORN TftADB , „„.FAST WKKK OL"l\i; ,

j REVIEW OF THE CORN TftADB , „„.FAST WKKK OL"l\i; ,

j REVIEW OF THE CORN TftADB , „„ FAST WKKK OL "l\i; , , (Abridged from the Mark-lane fLxpr\t, of v There has been a slight increase i v 1 * yh ?? English wheat during tha last week ss com ?? t receipt of the preceding eight days ; «tul ?? 1 *"•» s! • bas come to band has been ver
July 27, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
?? ~ Coan tasMajiMndß This morning we had a pretty good soppjy 0 f &J;J3* wheat, which met a slow

?? ~ Coan tasMajiMndß This morning we had a pretty good soppjy 0 f &J;J3* wheat, which met a slow

dragging sale at rather ■ j prices than this day week. Fine fresh foreign w^Jm! ?? at about Is. per qr. advance over the rates of last mZI aud inferior qualities were in request. Wheat ander Id inquired for and some quantity changed hands ?? 10s. or 12s. per qr. under tbe prices
July 27, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
3MITHFIKLD HAT MARKBT. jfl

3MITHFIKLD HAT MARKBT. jfl

r. ?? At per load of 36 trasses. „ „ , H Coarse Meadow Hay ?? -A. 'A - AA New Meadow Hay ?? 70s si w ,1 f_i Useful old ditto 90s Od » '■ Fine Upland and Rye- sta, ?? 100* Od »-'M Clover Hay 110*04 »*■ Wheat Straw 4* Od - 1 Oat ditto j«g id '■■'JAW
July 27, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

STATES, CANADA, &C. ARRIVAL THE LIVERPOOL. (From the Liverpool Times.) The Liverpool arrived in this port from New York on Saturday afternoon, after a rapid and prosperous voyage of fourteen days. She brings »eterirr=tbur passengers, and papers from the 26th of the 6th of July.
July 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COMPARATIVE CIRCULATION OF THE MANCHESTER NEWSPAPERS.

COMPARATIVE CIRCULATION OF THE MANCHESTER NEWSPAPERS.

January. February. March. Total. COURIER 23,000 19,000 18,000 60,000 Chronicle-•. 12,000 8,000 18,000 30,000 Guardian* 50,000 45,000 Ditto at id 8,0t)0 l*»,ow Advertiser 16,000 80,000 16,000 52,000 Times 16,560 9,000 ' 12,000 37,500 * PwMiithed twice week. This return gives the
July 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Warrant of Distress against the Churchwardens Treachery and Breach of Faith on the Part of the Corporators. At length

The Warrant of Distress against the Churchwardens Treachery and Breach of Faith on the Part of the Corporators. At length

the warrant of distress issued from the police exhibition room, over the Brown-street shambles, has been levied upon Mr. George Clarke, the senior churchwarden. On Wednesday last, that patriotic gentleman, Mr. High Constable George.Gill, and his bailiff, were peaceably and quiet
July 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE SABBATH AND THE WATERMEN OF OUR INLAND RIVERS AND CANALS.

THE SABBATH AND THE WATERMEN OF OUR INLAND RIVERS AND CANALS.

The demoralized condition of the men generally employed in the navigatiensof this kingdom has long been notorious, though we fear it has never been sufficiently deplored, or surely such body of men, the centre of a Christian country, would never have been left so long and entire
July 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
[No. 4712 SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1839. sd.

[No. 4712 SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1839. sd.

July 27, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England