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F.fqOKS of EDUCATION,

F.fqOKS of EDUCATION,

F. f qOKS of EDUCATION, Printed for B. fellotTrei,Eudg;te:street. AN INTRODUCTION to GREEK PROSE COMPOSITION. By the Rev. JOHN KENRICK, Part I. Declension, Conjugation, and Syntax of Prepositions. Third edition. 12mo. 4s. lid. Part 11. Syntax. Second edition. 12mo. 4s. 6d. A Kay
July 29, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NAIiKErS ' Trns DAY.)

NAIiKErS ' Trns DAY.)

CORN EXCHANGE. The supply of wheat by land samples was pretty good this morning, and the weather being fine, there was not that life in the trade that we experienced on Friday, but we were enabled to obtain that day's prices, being 21 advance from this day ennight, at which impr
July 29, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BRITISH COLONIAL BANK and LOAN COMPANY.-office, IS. St. Swithin's-lane, Lombard-street. Capital £1,000,000, In 25,000 Shares of .C4O each. DIRECTORS.

BRITISH COLONIAL BANK and LOAN COMPANY.-office, IS. St. Swithin's-lane, Lombard-street. Capital £1,000,000, In 25,000 Shares of .C4O each. DIRECTORS.

The Right Hon. Sir R. WILMC The Right Hon. THOMAS Chair IT HORTON, Bart. Chairman. P. COURTENAY:Deputy man. Sir William de Bathe, Bart. — Thomas Joplin, Esq. Robert John Bunyon, Esq. TFeaeudikEnret and Follett, Geo. A. Illuskett, Esq., M.P. Sir Herbert Compton Sir Francis Shuckb
July 31, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Gloucesterahire.—Freehold and Tithe Free Manorial Estate, con. taining 474 Acrea. MP Ns/ has received directions to 1 SELL b lr.

Gloucesterahire.—Freehold and Tithe Free Manorial Estate, con. taining 474 Acrea. MP Ns/ has received directions to 1 SELL b lr.

by AUCTION, at the Auction Mart, on TUES. DA V, August 6th, at Twelve, in One Lot, A 'very - desirable PROPERTY, comprising the Manor of Clapton.on-the-Hill, and a valuable Tithe Free Estate, desirably situated in the Parish of Bourton-on-the-Water, and in the Hamlet of Clapton-
July 31, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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Mubdvr.— A man named Bennett was employed by the Me-srs. Croffs, butter-merchants of this city, serve processes on several small farmers resident about eight miles beyond Newmarket, to whom money had been advanced for butler (as is customary), hut who had not fulfilled their eng
July 31, 1839 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
YARMOUTH, July 29

YARMOUTH, July 29

On Friday last, Ann Susannah Frost was brought before the Mayor and sitting Magistrates, charged with robbing Susan Cuddon, of a crown piece and other salver, and a penny piece marked W. The particulars of the case, which excited considerable curiosity, are as follows : — About
July 31, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
HOUSE OF PEERS.

HOUSE OF PEERS.

Ij t1 |- I 1'JR r .- , 'I'I iJIBSVAX .1, ?? 'IlClile Joajoiv of Duo'n. , lirited atI ienti-n t, thi .relrensenl Iill ?? * it aLId( g n dia l orii'rl a ,siwes tihat persons hI d beet irnpri:;onril 4l tet,,ta, l)fil, wiilhitt hating bieen brought toi tiall;,^ tOO'' ?? thc titothti
July 29, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

.,,cI £tegIieLr. r MATCH will be PLAYED on lilonday next the I A 29th ofJuly, oni the Southaampton Cricket Ground. The Players of' Southalmipton against the Bishop's W altham Club, with a give Alate on each side. P IA I' vVH S. SoUaTHtAMPrTo. Biestop's WALTHAMe. r C. Halvkins, Fr
July 29, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BRUSSELS PAPERS.

BRUSSELS PAPERS.

BRUSSELS, Joly 25. We see that several journals give credit to the statement of the Moderateur, that orders have arrived at Mons imme- diately to begin the demolition of the fortifications. We can positively state that no such orders exist. — Independant. Mr. Latouche, who arriv
July 29, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
AYLESBUUT ELECTION.

AYLESBUUT ELECTION.

BY EXPRESS. (From our owa Reporter.) AYLESBURY, Tuesday, Jaiy 30. At an early hoar this morning thia town presented an unusual degree of excitement. Captain Hamilton of Thame Paik's friends left Aylesbury atan early hour to accompany the Hon. Candidate into the town, which they
July 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England