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Minister, who could not calculate the comparati

Minister, who could not calculate the comparati

values of long annuities and the different portions of the public debt, or (supposing the debt to be swept away) one, who could not check the accounts of the preceding yenr, and estimate the expenses of the next? These instances refer to the lower branches of knowledge. How much
July 27, 1839 - Macclesfield Courier and Herald, Congleton Gazette, Stockport Express, and Cheshire General Advertiser. - Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
 
after eloquent appeal to the jary, called by their verdict that j»uck daring caJumniea , l lo allowed fopata t»i

after eloquent appeal to the jary, called by their verdict that j»uck daring caJumniea , l lo allowed fopata t»i

and tie * t perfect confidence.tefi the ca»« their hand* Uallance v»a» then tailed, and •aaniiaed hr Mr. j*| denoted fo his hating, io company with Mr. N«w- * called Mr. VVesthrcoh, at his ahop in High S|r*c», llth June ; wli . being was tha libels, avosrenit, aaid was qalteeort
July 27, 1839 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
lirislol, Saturday, July 27, 1839.

lirislol, Saturday, July 27, 1839.

Printed and published the Proprietor, Joseph (whose place of abode is at No. 9, Clovedon Place, Coro* nation Road,) at his Printing Office, No. 124, Kedcliffstreet, in the city of Bristol. Published in Bath, by Mr. R. Tiiobley New AGENT FOR NEWPORT. MR. WEBBER, BOOKSELLER, Agent
July 27, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
COUNTY OF OXFORD

COUNTY OF OXFORD

NOTICE hereby pi wo, that an Adjournment the last General Quarter Sessions the Peace for this County will be on Saturday, the Third dav of August next, at the Gram! Jury Hoorn, Town Hall, Oxford, One o'clock in the afternoon ; when the ordinary Business of the Adjourned Sessions
July 27, 1839 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
[ss. per Quarter.

[ss. per Quarter.

CHIPPING-NORTON A BAZAAR. 11.1. I>p held in the tinnier >" the V. .n at Cliapd Uauwon uosjoy tlte ami , - Jutv. 1839. aiil the fnn.U tor rrpairiij, ,(„ p ' ,l nun li of ion, mure with u •* adding to the numlM*r of frm commence .l«y at 12 o'clock—oader ihc njiroo.ce I.ndy Julia M
July 27, 1839 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE FIRST MEETING OF THE ISH AUIIICULTURAL SOCIETY OXFORD, * July 17. isafl. U,. JOHN C'HARI.KS F.AKL SPENCER. battling chiefs,

THE FIRST MEETING OF THE ISH AUIIICULTURAL SOCIETY OXFORD, * July 17. isafl. U,. JOHN C'HARI.KS F.AKL SPENCER. battling chiefs,

no warrior stern career con(,u«t with umlmmtwi arm : *. l„,ii|itered draw forth the widow tear, in lurid flim.o the farm: T <“ si "8i of S " ' ~ « worthier in loftier strain, is sung, . The banner'd hosts" fill many poet's lays, Vf,” and fields and camps with these have rung; -r
July 27, 1839 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE PROGRESS OF CHARTISM. If street row is permitted grow, it soon proceed riot riot to insurrection, insurrection rebellion, rebellion

THE PROGRESS OF CHARTISM. If street row is permitted grow, it soon proceed riot riot to insurrection, insurrection rebellion, rebellion

to revolution. The Executive, therefore, has plainer duty than to nip in the bud every disturbance which threatens violence, and to couiequil ci.ute, by prompt otid vigorous exercise of the sufficient degree of force, whatever that may be. The only question to the mode of dealin
July 27, 1839 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WALLINGFORD.

WALLINGFORD.

Rotal ut-TcaAt. Soiiitv llraas. This Society ha* advertised its third exhibition for the present s. lie held in ibe ('astlc Grounds, in this town, un Wednesday next; and, if the weather should prove favourable, bear that a large and fashionable attendance may Ik* expected the oc
July 27, 1839 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

July 7, at ITenbury church, Mr. Thos. P. DurhaTn, Surah Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Jacob atls, all of this 13, at Bedminster, by the Rev. M. R. M’hish, Ephraim, «ouugest son of the late Mr. Joshua Doubledav, of Notl'ngham, to Eliza, eldest daughter C. inricki, Esn. Deputy Purve
July 27, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FOREIGN MAILS,

FOREIGN MAILS,

Egypt. India. Jamaica, Leeward Islands, and LaGuayna second day in every month. Mexico and Cuba; third Thursday in every month. Jamaica, Leeward Islands, and Carthagena; 16th day in every month. America; first Thursday in the month. Lisbon, every Sunday. Gibraltar and Mediterran
July 27, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England