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ENGLISH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

ENGLISH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

This great institution for diffusing tho best knowledge of agriculture, may now be pronounced to have completely succeeded in the commencement of its work, and nothing can obstruct its progress but the mischievous interference of intemperate or ignorant meddlers. We perceive wit
July 31, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
MARRIED. Lately, at St. Alban's,Herts., the Rev. W. Buswell, B. A. Curate of Widford, near Chelmsford, to Mary Ann, second

MARRIED. Lately, at St. Alban's,Herts., the Rev. W. Buswell, B. A. Curate of Widford, near Chelmsford, to Mary Ann, second

daughter of William Cannon, Esq., of Nast Hyde, Herts. On the 15th inst., Mr. William Death, butcher, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. J. Woolterton, both of Ipswich. On the lflth inst., the Rev Thos. A. Houblon, Rector of Peasniorc and Catmore, Berkshire, to Eleanor, daughte
July 31, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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tl OND t )N, M ONI) A V NI G HT. HOUSE OF LORDS, Monday. and others. Clturlids.—'Hie Marquis of Londonderry wished to j.ut a question to the noble Viscount. At Newcastle, Stock- ton-upon-Tees, and in th at neighbourhood, there was a croat probability of disturbances, as large as
July 31, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
BLACKBURN PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JAMES WALKDEX, Xo. 9, KING WILLIAM STREET, AXD LORD STREET, BLACKBURX. PRICE ss. PER QUARTER OX CREDIT; 4s. 9d. IF PAID IX ADVANCE f •«#. I'. .»*o. ireele Unnrl, ,-. BLACKBURN

BLACKBURN PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JAMES WALKDEX, Xo. 9, KING WILLIAM STREET, AXD LORD STREET, BLACKBURX. PRICE ss. PER QUARTER OX CREDIT; 4s. 9d. IF PAID IX ADVANCE f •«#. I'. .»*o. ireele Unnrl, ,-. BLACKBURN

BLACKBURN PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JAMES WALKDEX, Xo. 9, KING WILLIAM STREET, AXD LORD STREET, BLACKBURX. PRICE ss. PER QUARTER OX CREDIT; 4s. 9d. IF PAID IX ADVANCE f •«#. I'. .»*o. Unnrl, ,-. BLACKBURN IVationnl Sunday Sclioolx. ON tl.e "f SVNI.AV. J.h. IKl;., IWU -ill .-V. ( /
July 31, 1839 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE, July 27.

DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE, July 27.

There teat icarce/f any drain at market tu-Juy ; the little Wheat offering aotU at a further •uloance Oil per barrel, but Outs remain at Tuesday'a currency. MANCHESTER CORN EXCHANGE, July 27. At this day's rnuiket Wheat in request at advance of per 7 OIL upon the currency of thi
July 31, 1839 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
iMarhrle.

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LIV PCX) M AUK KT, Jiihj Hi. We havr h <• * vcty K'i'eial "ii<l .Ir-maofl hi- wrek. iinwow. *! uii. r*. lti«* uiaikel r1 ..-.|iip l-» t 'v-<n. A —the sualllir* have H-en |.a-i. li.lr'io. ratber Iwlter Tnrsday . when the buy.np wa- the -pi lf. d. ih-.n c-oi h..d 10-.1. Brazil* a e
July 31, 1839 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
ETON COLLEGE

ETON COLLEGE

Election Monday, July 29.— The annnal speeches were delivered this morning, at eleven o'clock, in the upper school- room, before the venerable Provost, the Rev. Dr. Goodall » the Rev. J. S. Graver, Vice-Provoit ; the fellows and the various masters of the college ; and a numerou
July 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POETRY. [Elicited by perusal of modern work, wherein the author strongly condemns the system cultivating the female mind beyond the

POETRY. [Elicited by perusal of modern work, wherein the author strongly condemns the system cultivating the female mind beyond the

ordinary routine absolutely necessary the proper fulfilment of domestic duties.] A dogma, which the noble breast would scorn, Beneath whose sordid sway, bright woman's mind, By Heaven, for every holier purpose born, Ye would dare treat, as of inferior kind! The God who willeth u
July 31, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
PASSAGE TO AUSTRALIA.

PASSAGE TO AUSTRALIA.

PASSAGE AUSTRALIA. SHIPS for Pout Puii.ip and Sydney are lies, patched rejrularly every month from London and Plymouth. They are all of the first class, tonnage, carry experienced Surgeons, have Poops, and the best arrangements for Intcfine and Slccintto Passengers, and will sail
July 31, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
UKATHS

UKATHS

At tlie Ciilpilonun Hotel here, the IBth instant, Mr Robert Wilson innkeeper, agcii 53. At Aberdeen the instant, in the 3f)th year ol his age, the Rev. William Smith, minister ot Brown. Street Chapel, Blairgowrie.
July 31, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland