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ALLEGED VIOLATION AND MURDER OF A FEMALE ON THE CANAL BY BOATMEN.

ALLEGED VIOLATION AND MURDER OF A FEMALE ON THE CANAL BY BOATMEN.

James Owen, George Thomas alias Dobell, and Wm. Ellis alias Lambert, were then placed at the bar. There were four indictments against them. The first charged them with the wilful murder of Christina Collins, by throwing her into the canal. [By the coroner's inquisition they were
July 27, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
NEW DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, NORTH STREET, WOLVERH^IPTON CS"; CRITCHLEY return their grateful thanks to their Friends for the very liberal encouragement

NEW DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, NORTH STREET, WOLVERH^IPTON CS"; CRITCHLEY return their grateful thanks to their Friends for the very liberal encouragement

they have received since mmZ-T?L!SS m m . "1 ' a at the same time announce to them they have just returned from ihe Manchester and oollen markets where, owinjto a very general depression in those Manufacturing Districts, they have been enabled to nurchase some very decided barga
July 27, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

inursttay evening, half-past seven. Last evening, tbe House of Commons, the Postage Duties Bill wrnt Committee. The Chancellor the Exchequer is favourable to affixing small stamp t the letter, but be is apprehensive that the use of such stamps may lead to forgery, against which
July 27, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
l»tt. THE GENERAL QUARTER SESSION OF THE PEACE of our tide the Queen, holden the Cuttle Harwich, >* the Shirthoute

l»tt. THE GENERAL QUARTER SESSION OF THE PEACE of our tide the Queen, holden the Cuttle Harwich, >* the Shirthoute

there, iv the said Counts of Norfolk, for the same County, irivednesduy, the Third day July, tn The third Year the Reiyn of t A a Victoria, the the iJed Kinydom of Ire; Defender oj/the Faith; and 1839, befotTjOHU Weylend Enquire, Honorable endHteverend Robeit Wilson, Clerk and o
July 27, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
BIRTH. Sunday last, at Blofidd, Mrs. W. daughter. « * MAR HIED. Thursday se'nnighr, St. Nicholas'cliaoel L... J. B. Bushel!,

BIRTH. Sunday last, at Blofidd, Mrs. W. daughter. « * MAR HIED. Thursday se'nnighr, St. Nicholas'cliaoel L... J. B. Bushel!,

Esq. (.rove r shire, to Miss S. AVayte. daughter of bt■ iW" Lynn. ' "aylf, Saturday last, the Rev. William Webster M allege, Cambridge, m Phillips, eldest daughter the late • Esq. Overton-hall, Flintshire. Same day, Blunham, James Elsdea Esq. of tonghani. this county, to younges
July 27, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
ARREST OF TWO CHARTISTS AT LEEDS.

ARREST OF TWO CHARTISTS AT LEEDS.

Considerable excitement has prevailed in the town since Tuesday last, in consequence of the arrest of two Chartists circumstances which we shall briefly narrate. The town has just been placarded large posting bills, signed by the members of the Convention, and addressed by them
July 27, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CRICKET PLAYING.

CRICKET PLAYING.

It is expected that a match at cricket will take place on Heath Common, between the Heath and Doncaster clubs, in the month of August next, when the lovers of the game will no doubt be gratified by some first-rate playing. The return match betwixt the Wakefield and Dewsbury club
July 27, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS AND GRAZIERS.

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS AND GRAZIERS.

IMPORTANT FARMERS AND GRAZIERS. GROWTH OF WOOL. THOMAS BIGG, Chemist, &c, 15, Crawford Street, Portman Square, London, begs to call the attention of Farmers and Graziers his valuable SHEEP DIPPING COMPOSITION, for curing the SHAH SCAB, preventing the FLY, and destroying the TICK,
July 27, 1839 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
Thursdsy was the birthday the Duchess of Cambridge. Her Msjesty the Queen Dowager accompaned by the Princesses of Hohenlohe, and

Thursdsy was the birthday the Duchess of Cambridge. Her Msjesty the Queen Dowager accompaned by the Princesses of Hohenlohe, and

attended by tbe Hon. Miss Eden, went from Bosby Park, and paid congratulatory visit her Royal Highness, at Cambridge House. The Princess Augusta, attended by Lady Mary went town from Lodge, and visited the Royal Duchess. Her Royal Highness j also received visits from the Duchess
July 27, 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
PAlRS—'Ttrsunat, Horsham, Malmesbnrjr, Rochester Odiham, abridge 1 Ihubbdav. Marlborough ; Fbidav, Kingston, Long-Cromach, Stony Stratford. Woodcot, Woodstock. ♦ ' .

PAlRS—'Ttrsunat, Horsham, Malmesbnrjr, Rochester Odiham, abridge 1 Ihubbdav. Marlborough ; Fbidav, Kingston, Long-Cromach, Stony Stratford. Woodcot, Woodstock. ♦ ' .

BIRTH*. *«0n the tut instant, in ClaresocCrescent, the lady of Capt. Bulkeley, 'Ist life Guards, daughter. On tlx inst., at St. Leonard's Hill. Mta. of daughter. At New Sooth Wales, the nth February last, his rest dene*. Pitt-street South, the Lady of Mr. George Graham, Wiadaor,
July 27, 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England