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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTPLLIGENCE. TATTERSALL'S.-AMONDIAY, July 29. There was no betting here yesterday, nearly all the mem- bers being at Goodwood. CRICKETTING. SOUTH DERBYSHIRE CRICKET CLUB AND THE NOTTING- HAMI GARRISON. On Thutsday last this Match came off at Chaddesden, but "the sbades
July 31, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

GRAND EXHIBITION, lb 'lANMCS' INSTITUTION, WARDIVICK, DERBY. ]LRW\ thc amazing influx of persons, the Directors F have determined upon keeping the Exhibition o ien a te- A eks longer. W\ind and 'eather permitting, a Second Ascent of the P\ IIO(N v 'I take place on FRIDAY, and a T
July 31, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To the EDITOR of the DERBY MERCURY.

To the EDITOR of the DERBY MERCURY.

t ted SIR-It may be presumed that those who clamour for h: re- penny postage, have so many letters in a day, that make h for postage, in their estimation, a serious concern. Now, in w iad order to obviate this, let them, if tradesmen, merchants, w > or what not, do only hahf the
July 31, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE PARLIAMENT AND THE PEOPLE.

THE PARLIAMENT AND THE PEOPLE.

- - ?? U 11- - - LIVO OCIOCKI. THRq PARLIAMENT AND THE PEOPLE. The followin, .ptr-+ nf . a- T. 1r Cuff B The following le ?? d Telie floing t extract of a speech by. Mr. Fox was Alt deliere' intheyear 1 771. Mr. 'Fox was emphatically called the "1Man of-%the People." We see here
July 31, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE INCREASE OF THE ARMY.

THE INCREASE OF THE ARMY.

(From the United Service Gazette.) ln the House of Common., on Tuesday evening, Lord John Russell announced, first, that government proposed ti) add ?? men to the army, in consequence of the state of the northern population ; and, secondly, that he was about to bring' in a bill
July 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIB_,D XKK__.HK.ETS.

SMITHFIB_,D XKK__.HK.ETS.

CATTLE MARKKT (THIS DAY). The commencement of the sea-on lor beasts from our great northern grazing districts, namely, Lincolnshire, Leicester- shire, and Northiimptoiishiie, i~ always looked forward to, both by the buyers and sellers frequenting this market, with considerable e
July 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
POOR-LAW COMMISSION CONTINUANCE BILL..Monday, July 29.

POOR-LAW COMMISSION CONTINUANCE BILL..Monday, July 29.

POOR-LAW COMMISSION CONTINUANCE BILL. Monday, July 29. Order for Committee reßd; Motion made, and Question put, " That it bean instruction to the Committee that they hare power to introduce a clause to abolish the plurality and proxy system of voting, in the election of guardians
July 30, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

Monday, Twelve o'Cloci. We have numerous arrivals this morning ; the most im- portant are from the East, United States, and Lisbon. From the first it appears that the report of the Capitan Pacha's treachery to surrender the Turkish fleet to the Egyptians is confirmed. From the U
July 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
DIGEST OF EVIDENCE KELATINU TO.KIBBONISM.

DIGEST OF EVIDENCE KELATINU TO.KIBBONISM.

DIGEST OF EVIDENCE KELATINU TO KIBBONISM. {Continued from the Standard of yesterday.) Edwnid Tierncy, Ksq., the crown solicitor for the north- west eiiTuit, says he has no doubt of the existence of il- lc_:il i-ocieties called Ribbon societies, but what the mean- j ing of Kibboni
July 30, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE,

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE,

(received this morning.) TRANCE. (FKOM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, July 28, EASTERN AFFAIRS. It is reported that Mehemet Ali has accepted the proposals of the Capitan Pacha, and has taken the Ottoman licet under his protection. There is another report, which is this — tha
July 30, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England