Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 41,785 articles

A HARVEST HYMN, IN A WET SEASON.

A HARVEST HYMN, IN A WET SEASON.

A HARVEST HYMN, TN A WET SEASON. Rt J--fA R . ?? ?? IxU1N, IN A WET SEASON. BY JAZ!ES MONTGOMSERY. We lift our eyes, our hearts to Thee, Our knees, our souls to Thee we bend; ther of all earth's family! The appointed weeks of harvest send. The ground. thy table, is full spread Wi
September 18, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SUICIDE BY PRECIPITATION FROM THE MONUMENT.

SUICIDE BY PRECIPITATION FROM THE MONUMENT.

SUICIDE BY PR.EclpACIPITAox FrOM THEE SIDEM1 ONUAfE1V7'7 l '8 On Wednesday morning last, at a quarter-past 10 el c o'clock, a young person, aged 23, named Martin Moyes, ri ir daughter of a master baker, carrying on business at No. b d 3, Hemnming's-row, Charing-cross, committed s
September 18, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

W-- - - B El R I T? LONDON WEEKLY JOURNAL or egws, politics, Commerce, Industry, Literature, Art, Scienc Manners, and Amusements. The plan of this Journal, now firmly established in public opinior i tO combine all the usual features of a newspaper with the utility the mere perman
September 22, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHIT-CHAT.

CHIT-CHAT.

CMT-CHAT. 0 'On Weilnes1a0,v Sept. IS, f.rs. Webb, wife of a fraleworvI- kInitter, residsog in ?? stret, lNouthl'tharn, w s conlntted of foutr i; 'rg children. A cariand a half aeo si-e had thirec, iailing 01' ?? moti er of -s-en children in IS rinontlis. " xN Ufleu-flji extsaorl
September 22, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

I CORN MARKET. Seer. 20. We continue to be very barely supplied with English Wheat, and the arrival of Foreign is short; the unfavourable weather also that has preo-aited of late boor hadI the effort of causing a verv brisk trade for both English and Foreign \l'hoat, and the adv
September 22, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

A CERTAkIN CURE FOR CORNS AND BUNIONS. A LLINGHAM'S ROTTERDAM CORN and ABUNION SOLVENT, which gives relief upon the first applica tion. The univeroall3-acs;nowledged efficacy of this extraorainary. safe, and never-tailing rencedy for the speedy a.nd certain cure of Corns and Buni
September 22, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Prieetper Imperial quarter :

Prieetper Imperial quarter :

Wheat. Bide). Oati. Pew. new First -d 404 136 s Od -4 454 Od Second 72s -d 384 -4 334 -4 43s -d 43s Od Third 62s A 364 Od 304 Od 424 -4 42s Od Average of wheat £3 6 Average of barley, 1 17 9 Average of oats 1 13 0 Average of pew and beans, 2 3 4 HAT AND STRAW 'MAW? Sept. 3.—The
September 11, 1839 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
Corn .A.verageo.--September 6. General Weekly Arerage. Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Beano. Penoe. 71s 9.11 39s 26s Uhl' 41s 9d 1

Corn .A.verageo.--September 6. General Weekly Arerage. Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Beano. Penoe. 71s 9.11 39s 26s Uhl' 41s 9d 1

424 6d 422 3,1 Aggregate Arerage of last Six Weeks, &aria gorerns Daly. Wheat. Barley. Onto. Rye. Benno. l'enoe. 71s 8.11 3.S 4.11 26s 941 45s 6d 141 s 7d 141 a 4d Duty on Foreign Corn. Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Beans. Pease. 6s 8d 14s 10d 175 94 124 Od 18s Od 18$ Od Saga,. .—Th
September 18, 1839 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
THE PAST SESSION.

THE PAST SESSION.

'J'HE PA3IT 6ESSION. d if reviting the ?? ot' (ilver'nnient ait h ti close of" thle 11-P'n w ha-e 1gnerallY had to con- Iteier who t it lurein proposed anti etfcted i what it has, rroposr'd but not cttiictel tewhat it mnight irave prolposed lrt, ieheitlve ntibethe btwith, ittirti
September 9, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CLOTHING. Ac-

CLOTHING. Ac-

BOARD OK GUARDIANS nil! I TUESDAY, (he day September, .at the in Gaomoa-STaaBT. Half past Ten 111 the Ki*renoon. receive Dr.Kn for the supply of BREAD, for Monlha. from Ihe , i.‘»ih uwtant, to made of the Beet Seconds Flour, loaves of the weight of lU*. each. The delivered, free
September 6, 1839 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England