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.» .It •>l, at her residence, Wilson-street, aged 72, M

.» .It •>l, at her residence, Wilson-street, aged 72, M

.» .It •>l, her residence, Wilson-street, aged 72, M Julv 24, relying solely the m i. Mr fieorge llrowi., la.nenled, ■.! the P.rcavii. ;i. ore, trds • nr 1 erris. AND r:;OM THE BRISTOL PKESENTMEXT. • . ' ■ V ' • , , pi-'c-s lirti . K. r. 3 iu 3 ! end-, 7 cor in fhn r J. . !imi> •
July 27, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
y Zloyal ClevcJlon. MRS. OFFER, with many thanks for thd very - prpat support she has had th<» honour to

y Zloyal ClevcJlon. MRS. OFFER, with many thanks for thd very - prpat support she has had th<» honour to

experience since her entering upon the above Hotel, begs to slate that her Spacious Room will be Opened for PUBLIC DINNER, precisely at Three o’Clock, FRIDAY NEXT, being the day the CONSECRATION of the CLEVEDON NEW CHURCH.
July 27, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SALE BY AUCTION Of Valuable Household Furniture, AT INGLEWUITE LODGE. A superior Righ1t-days' Birachet Cloe1/, i1 fancy wvood Case (by Raoske,) strikes the hours; a Single Door Iron Book- I safe; ?? Set of patent sliding Mahogangl Dining Tables; M11ahlogany Reclining Eusy C/airs;
July 27, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
COUNCIL MEETING.

COUNCIL MEETING.

\ On Thursdayilast, a quarterly meeting of tile town eoln8l av was held at the Council Chamber, Town Hall, 'at clevdn o'clock in the forenoon. The following gentlemen werl w, present as The worshipful John Paley, Esq,, bMayor, , Ic T. B. Addison, Esq.,'Recorder; ' 1lh R. Palmer,
July 27, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1839

SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1839

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY GEORGE HUCKLEBRIDGE, NO. 2, CHARLES STREET, lIATTON GARDEN. MIDDLESEX. SKETCHES OF CHARACTER, No. 48. MR. JUSTICE WILLIAMS. Get that great gift and talent impudence, Accomplished Mankind's highest excellence; 'Tis that alone prefers, alone makes great, C
July 27, 1839 - Crim. Con. Gazette - London, London, England
 
CRIM. CON. GAZETTE. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1539.

CRIM. CON. GAZETTE. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1539.

Theatrical entertainments have ever been considered a principal means in refining and civilizing; mankind; and have been ranked amongst the innocent and instructive amusements of life ever since the clouds of superstition and bigotry have been dispelled by the light of reason, a
July 27, 1839 - Crim. Con. Gazette - London, London, England
 
DISTUBBi-fCito AT NEWCASTLE.

DISTUBBi-fCito AT NEWCASTLE.

V.-- - ~ ?? _."■-"- 7 s ?? Newcastle, Yfi&sJX. -. It -will be seen from the -flowing --QCQ^nfi- xSyffijtiigaß ratter- alai i^ng disiuirb-aces; io4_; plars at Ne*caBtie-on- Tyne, on ?? Ji^t, vhic- weire promptly «^ effec- tually suppressed by the borough ?? force. ?? 7. . 1 About
July 27, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ARRIVALS DURII

ARRIVALS DURII

IS THE WEEK. Wheat 6765 Qrs. Malt Lds. Oats 487 .. Beans 751 Qrs. Barley .... . .. Tares .. Shelling 434 Lds. Peas .. Aveeasb Prices, per qr. for the Week ending July 16. Wheat.. .. .... 70s 54 I Beau 42s fid. Barley .......... 31s Od I Peas , 40s —d. Oats ............ 25s 8d |
July 27, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
GENERAL REMARKS AS TO ARTICLES OF STAPLE PRODUCE.

GENERAL REMARKS AS TO ARTICLES OF STAPLE PRODUCE.

RUM BRANDY, and HOLLANDS—Rum has been less * ™,n,I but there being only small quantity remaining in first hands late advanced rate, hare been supported for Jamaica and rewards! Brandy ha, sold slowly at form,-, rates. In Geneva not much doing. British Corn Spirits last quoted. R
July 27, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
POETRY. EXTRACTS FROM A PRIZE POEM AT ST. PETERS. "COMITIA PETRIANA.'' (BY SMYTH.) what a host of joys, how sweetly

POETRY. EXTRACTS FROM A PRIZE POEM AT ST. PETERS. "COMITIA PETRIANA.'' (BY SMYTH.) what a host of joys, how sweetly

true, Can memory's magic power recall view, And warm the senses with a purer glow, Than all the pomp of art could e'er bestow ! When once again the scenes boyhood roll one sweet vertex o'er th' euraptured soul; Wlien childhood's ardent hopes, and lancied fears, Spring from the g
July 27, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England