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A portion of the great western window of Hereford Cathedral, was blow n out on Friday week, from the extreme

A portion of the great western window of Hereford Cathedral, was blow n out on Friday week, from the extreme

violence of the wind. Assizes.—At itie present Huntingdon shire assizes there was neither cause nor criminal to be tried. Sir William Horne has accepted the Mastership in Chancery vacant by the resignation of Mr. Martin. a Slaver. —Her Majesty’s schooner Pickle has captured slav
July 31, 1839 - Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
Mr. W. Fowke, jun. .. ~110 Mr. Sant .. .. 110

Mr. W. Fowke, jun. .. ~110 Mr. Sant .. .. 110

Mr. J. Emery Mr. J. Reynolds Rev. J. Salt ~ Rev. R. Buckeridge .. 110 i Charles Hunt, Esq. ~110 Mr. Garrett .. ~ 110 t Mr. M. J. Wright .. ..110 i Mr. Perrin ~ .. 110 i Mr. Meeson .. ~ ..110 i Rev. R. Anlezark .. .. 1 ' 1 0 C. B. Passman, Esq. .. ..110 Mr. Richard Tiddcsley ~ 11
July 31, 1839 - Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
IMPKOVKMENTS IN SHIPBUILDING.

IMPKOVKMENTS IN SHIPBUILDING.

IMPKOVKMENTS SHIPBUILDING. THE EDITOR OP THE LIVERPOOL MAIL. Sir,— A« Ihe shipowocr* look up Vou *• the champion of their 1 veoiurt make few on the leter >ign«d a•* Liverpool Shipowner," which appeared to your columns Saturday last. The truth of the remark* curtained in that Utte
July 30, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BRITISH AMERICA.

BRITISH AMERICA.

Montreal. Maf net. D B Morton, *» K Dowie and Co New found land and Brasil*, Crtamore. T Hhauley. Job Brothers John's, N. 8., Rebecca, J Drake, »>l Olbbs, Bright and Co Ak-aandria, Egypt, Ambaasador, Elliott. ■*36 • . gmuh M'Nair and Dutton AUeant, Manrarrt. T Mallard, Crosier B
July 30, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
No. DCL. New Series.

No. DCL. New Series.

•Alias THIS SAT. Sugar Sugar. -Sugar, 4c. . Rlea COLES. TRUBMAN. BARBER. CORRIB. Motber-o’-Paarl Shells. FORMAN. Cassia Llgnea, 4c. THOM I SON. ... STYAN. Mafc0ga0y........... Cinnamon Fruit ROBERTS. KIRKMANN. MERRILL. . * PHI VA' THE handsomi, fast-sailing, Bristol>tll*t ,lw VI
July 30, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
At No. 36, FENCfIURCH-STREET, On FRIDAY, August 2, COCHINEAL; Serons Honduras INDIGO, I Ditto Guatemala PEGUE COTCH, 382 Bags, weighing

At No. 36, FENCfIURCH-STREET, On FRIDAY, August 2, COCHINEAL; Serons Honduras INDIGO, I Ditto Guatemala PEGUE COTCH, 382 Bags, weighing

about 30 tons TEETH, 63 Pieces and 2 Bags Elephants BAMBOOS, 40,000 Black, and 13,000 White] WHANGEES, 10,000 JAMBEES. 5,000 RATTANS, 4,000 Bundles HORNS, 20,000 Buffalo. Catalogues in due time by BARBER and NEPHEW, Broken.
July 30, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CtUi'f JNTKJ t.WKNCB

CtUi'f JNTKJ t.WKNCB

JNTKJ t.WKNCB Standgatr Cukek,. July 29.—ArrireJ, Hie Star, Week*, from Smyrna. R»mso*ie, July 29.—Pm fi.r .hrkfr, U,e Trim, J.ffeiy, from Mlo* for Rouen; VVillUm ami Kebeccn, Crane, for Dover ; Fame.FarquUaraon, fo: Penzance, ami Sincerity, Lewie, for nil from London ; Cliarioit
July 31, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CABSBRIDGE, July 29. MARRIED. On tho 20th inst., at Overton Hall, Flintshire, the Rev. William Webster, M.A., Fellow of Queens'

CABSBRIDGE, July 29. MARRIED. On tho 20th inst., at Overton Hall, Flintshire, the Rev. William Webster, M.A., Fellow of Queens'

college, and one of the Masters of the city of London School, to Sarah Phillips, eldest daughter of the late John Randies, Esq., of Overton Hall. — At Blunham, Jas. Elsdcn Everard, Esq., of Longham, Norfolk, to Isabella Emma, youngest daughter of Sir Peter Payne, Bart., of Blunh
July 31, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
STANDARD.

STANDARD.

July 31, 1839 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Since our last.—Henry Howarth, aged 19 ; Ann Duckworth, aged 66; Henry Barton, aged 19; Jane Thornley, Houghton, aged ; Alice Taylor, Oswaldtw istle, aged 71- Friday last, after a long and severe illness, borne with truly c-bristian patience and resignation, Harriet, fourth daug
July 31, 1839 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England