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LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, July 23,

LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, July 23,

BANKRUPTS. William Holmes, Chatham, corn-dealer, to surrender Aug. 2, Sept. 3. Solicitor, Mr. Neal, Threadneedle-street- James Kelsey, Lydney, Gloucestershire, grocer, Aug. 6, Sept. 3. Solicitor, Mr. Stevens, Gray's-inn-square. Thomas Boydell Golborne and Arthur Acheson Dobbs, L
July 27, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

CORRESPONDENTS. Arithmetical EDUCATION.— Want of room compels OS to postpone Mr. Flather's article on this subject until next week.
July 27, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
A full report of the trial of Archibald Bolam will appear in our next. STATE OF CARLISLE.—This city has remained

A full report of the trial of Archibald Bolam will appear in our next. STATE OF CARLISLE.—This city has remained

r . ,., 4,-chiball Bolam will full report of the trial oj Arc— ] appear in our next. . . i State of CARL.si.E.-This city , nerfectly tranquil since our last. About 900 mainto. peuecuyt.«h i svvorn , n> , special constables have no« a con divided LIZ ■ pa«"f section, have met in t
July 27, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
TBB AND OTHER VALUABLE PROPERTY IN AND NEAR CARLISLE FOR SALE. TO be SOLD, by AUCTION, (by Order o the

TBB AND OTHER VALUABLE PROPERTY IN AND NEAR CARLISLE FOR SALE. TO be SOLD, by AUCTION, (by Order o the

Trustees of the late Mr. James Fair bairn,) at the Bush Inn, CARLISLE, on Thurs day, the 19th of September, 1839, together or Lots, tbe BUSH INN. with the TAP HOUSE WINE VAULTS, STABLES, and COACH HOUSES thereto belonging, now occupied by Mr Jackson. Also, the COACH OFFICE, form
July 27, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

Continued from the Fourth page. HOUSE OF LORDS. 'ISDAY The Bishop of Exeter presented several ' gainst the Church Discipline Bill, and against the 'J* Continuau.ce Bill, observing that if he were in the " that measure was brought forward should oppose * a lof the Act. •"ei. bour
July 27, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
To Ironmongers, Machine Makers Sf Millwrights. IRON and BRASS FOUNDER, . Stekt-Stbeet, ABINGDON, Berks, begs inform Lis Friends and tbe

To Ironmongers, Machine Makers Sf Millwrights. IRON and BRASS FOUNDER, . Stekt-Stbeet, ABINGDON, Berks, begs inform Lis Friends and tbe

Public, that he has lately enlarged and j considerably improved his premises, and that he is now enabled to cast regularly three times week, viz : Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and hopes for a continuance the support so kindly given to him for eighteen years past, and assures t
July 27, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BGOODEY, PLASTERER, 19, Soho-Street . Oxford-Street, READING, returns his grateful thanks to his Friends and the üblic for the kind

BGOODEY, PLASTERER, 19, Soho-Street . Oxford-Street, READING, returns his grateful thanks to his Friends and the üblic for the kind

patronage I and liberal support has received since he bas been in I Business on his own account, and begs to inform them, that in consequence of his respected Master, Mr. Key- j N01.D9, of Bridge-street, (to whom he served his time) having declined business, he has taken the Pre
July 27, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
OIL AND COLOUR WAREHOUSE, ! MINSTER STREET, READING. ENRY WHITE returns his grateful acknow- i ledgments to his Friends and

OIL AND COLOUR WAREHOUSE, ! MINSTER STREET, READING. ENRY WHITE returns his grateful acknow- i ledgments to his Friends and

the Public for the liberal encouragement he has experienced since his commencement the OIL AND COLOUR TRADE, and respectfully informs them that has considerably increased his Stock, which will found of the best descrip- tion, and from the first Manufacturers and Merchants . Lond
July 27, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. DESTRUCTION OF THE TURKISH ARMY.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. DESTRUCTION OF THE TURKISH ARMY.

The following telegraphic despatch reached the French Government on Monday, via Marseilles : "THE AMBASSADOR PRANCE CONSTANTINOPLE TO THE PRESIDENT THE COUNCIL. " Thebapia, July 8. " The Porte has received intelligence that battle lias been fought in the neighbourhood Aleppo, an
July 27, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Berkshire Chronicle,

Berkshire Chronicle,

READING, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1839. Mrs. CURTIES'S SCHOOL will re-open on Monday, 29tli instant. No*. 11 and 12, Albion Place, Reading. July 12th. BCSCDEin CTTPPES. Mr. H. E. JORDAN <for eleven years assistant to Messrs. Hullev, Surgeons,) begs return tlianks his numerous Friends
July 27, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England