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CRICKET.

CRICKET.

On Monday Us! match of cricket came off Pelham, between the Canterbury amateur*’ and Pelham clubs. The match was decided in a few hours,in favor of owing to the extreme ill luck of the amateurs, many of them being young hands in matches. The score follows: CANTERBURY. First Inni
July 27, 1839 - Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE PUBLIC LEDGER, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1839.

THE PUBLIC LEDGER, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1839.

galls French, 4282 galls Spanish, 1000 galls U3O galU P0rt,313 » galls Teocrilfe, galls Madeira, 60 galls Rhenish, and 30 galls Marsala wine. Kosigsberg— lb indigo, 33,000 lb pepper, 12.000 pimento, cwl cotton, lb tea, 500 rhubarb, 200 fiiher skins. 10,500 cwt sugar. Leghorn—2o
July 27, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS. NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL-

THE MARKETS. NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL-

(By the carcass per stone of Bibs.) Beef ......-3S fid to 5s 4d I Veal 5s Mutton 6d to | Pork .3* 5«
July 27, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
/ y 2 , 7/: 42- iSITORS to BRISTOL respectful! requested to note down the Address of GUILDHALL DINING COFFER

/ y 2 , 7/: 42- iSITORS to BRISTOL respectful! requested to note down the Address of GUILDHALL DINING COFFER

36 Broad -street, tour doors from St. c h urc h, and in the immediate neighbourhood of the Coach A e conomical, and genteel establishment on the Ott # O , where Refreshments are served of the very best ons-11 low charges. Commercial gentlemen will find this nt d o serviog their
July 27, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. --.....-

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. --.....-

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. MANCHESTER, FRIDAY EVENING. The market has been dull—the prices thua TUE 60001VOOD STARZS.-6 to 1 agst Lord Mayor to ). 'onfusiouee (taken). to agst Wee Willie (taken), it t o taken). 12 to 1 :vat Romania. Car.-6 to 5 agst HarkaWay Mitered). 6to agst has Tu
July 27, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GREEN WELL TESTIMONIAL.

THE GREEN WELL TESTIMONIAL.

Tuesday last being the day fixed for presenting, a test! tnooy of rv- pivt at.d esteem, to Thomas of Orecnwcll Ford, nc-ir a-irhesrt-r. Esq., his portrait, reiher with a lieautiful silver salver, etrly the nionneg of that day might bo observed, the holiday appearance of the inha
July 27, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
a badly-used class, and, unless we are greatly misinformed, tlieir interests will not be benefited by the proposed measure. A

a badly-used class, and, unless we are greatly misinformed, tlieir interests will not be benefited by the proposed measure. A

correspondent has stated to us, that the Government contracts are for the conveyance of the mails to Gibraltar, 36,000/.; Halifax, 55,000/.; West Indies, 250,000/.; and, we may fairly add. Brazils, 150,000/.: making, in all, 491,000/. per. annum. Now it does appear extraordinary
July 27, 1839 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
THE NAVAL AND MILITARY GAZETTE

THE NAVAL AND MILITARY GAZETTE

We feel it incumbent to lay open every fact tending to elucidate the motives which lead to this baneful crime of desertion—baneful, not only as diminishing the crew, but more so as bringing, by implication, discredit first on the ship and next on the service generally, as though
July 27, 1839 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
llinß.” Whilst psying tribute to the accomplishments of the western damsels, we may as well avail ourselves of Captain Marryat'a

llinß.” Whilst psying tribute to the accomplishments of the western damsels, we may as well avail ourselves of Captain Marryat'a

introduction to a lady wnHtlcr, a very beautiful feirl,” (somewhere on the Ohio,) whom, aays the writer*• I should not have mentioned so particularly, had It not been that she was the first and only lady in America that observed to whittle. She was sitting oi e fine morning on w
July 27, 1839 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
1839. • 17 L ' Thomas Stamp proceed rm tile binding . eAvable abounds ritllce, 1 'etimnti with 1 . , 5 Jul) 13, L. REMOVA nottraddr day t. Thit

1839. • 17 L ' Thomas Stamp proceed rm tile binding . eAvable abounds ritllce, 1 'etimnti with 1 . , 5 Jul) 13, L. REMOVA nottraddr day t. Thit

1839. • 17 L ' Thomas Stamp proceed tile binding . eAvable ritllce, 1 with 1 . , 5 L. REMOVA nottraddr day t. he 2.241
July 27, 1839 - Morning Journal (Kingston) - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica