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LITERATURE AND ART.

LITERATURE AND ART.

Taz DuxE. A Novel. BY Ma.S. GREY. 3 vols. Bentley. We believe this must be classed among " fashionable noveCs" inasmuch as the leading characters are placed in high life, and almost all have titles and fortunes cither in positive pos- session or delightful expectation. But ttie
September 29, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Irish people. This is, Ilcnow it full well, the predominating dis-' position of the Irish mind. No living man has,

Irish people. This is, Ilcnow it full well, the predominating dis-' position of the Irish mind. No living man has,

or could possibly have, any thing like the experience I possess as to the topics _ thrill the Irish heart sod arouse the Irish soul." We will say little about souls, for very little is known on the subject; but we have no hesitation in saying, that with the ex ception of a few w
September 29, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE COLONIAL CORRUPTIONS OF PORTUG

THE COLONIAL CORRUPTIONS OF PORTUG

Before I procred any further it may be proper to convey to you some in. for eation tesp, ct og the class of men usually seut out by the Portuguese Governmer tto govern those rich but unfortunate settlements St.P . t.f did the suoretur autherity out fer men pcssessing qualities c
September 29, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
TO SHOEMAZIIRS.

TO SHOEMAZIIRS.

I ADIES' and Gentlemen's INDIAN RUBBER GOLOSHES of the best manufacture, and at unprecedentedty Low Prices. The Trade supplied WI olesale by the Manufacturers, J. C. Ward and U, Great St. Helen's, Bishopsgate-street ; where are also kept an assortment of the Antiborboros, or Fis
September 29, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
SALE OF THE LATE MR. BARKER'S, OF WELWYN, WELL KNOWN VALUABLE MACHINE STOCK. Hr. DIXON begs tii anno.tr.ce. that he

SALE OF THE LATE MR. BARKER'S, OF WELWYN, WELL KNOWN VALUABLE MACHINE STOCK. Hr. DIXON begs tii anno.tr.ce. that he

is instructed by the Executors of the late Mr. Joseph Barker, of the White Hart Hotel, Welwyn. TO SELL BY PUBLIC A at the City Repository, Barbirsn, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, VMS, at Twelve oCoel MWENTY.NINE well known, superior, fresh MACHINE HORSES, with the Barnes.. 1 Clothing, and
September 29, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
INOOME.—TWO POUNDS A.TIAL FOR 800 GUINEAS. iru HE s )1.1) BY PRIV CONTRACT. an ESTATE of :trod lII)URES, Let, pro/

INOOME.—TWO POUNDS A.TIAL FOR 800 GUINEAS. iru HE s )1.1) BY PRIV CONTRACT. an ESTATE of :trod lII)URES, Let, pro/

ductidr Tier Annum. clear of Ow Rent. 1 erm, to and good titl, or I,alt the abru rio the tarn, WA^ Apr , yto A. li., etwern the hour, of lo and 1. ,? No. 2, APs-builiines. by the ot the London Hospital. Whitechapel icrtrra po-t paid.
September 29, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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/ WILSON, MAYen. A T a Meeting or Assembly of the Mavor, Aldermen, and Liverymen of the several Companies of the City of London, in Common Hall assembled, a m bee. at the Guildhall of the said City, on Saturday, the 23th day of S 1839 Resolved unanimously—" That the thanks of thi
September 30, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

ROYAL DEQUISE.— " Earnestly desiring that the peace which the provinces in the north are beginning to enjoy should be secured and strengthened throughout the whole kingdom upon the indestructible basis of the love and gratitude of the people; and wishing to give an unequivocal p
September 30, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKFTS (Tins CITY, TWELVE o'Cloek.—The Roscoe packet rrived at Liverpool with dates from New Y or k 4; ticptember.

MONEY MARKFTS (Tins CITY, TWELVE o'Cloek.—The Roscoe packet rrived at Liverpool with dates from New Y or k 4; ticptember.

The United States Bank havioo d; trawing on London, the exchange rose prem. The pressure on the Money Market was the And Stocks were lower than before; Shares in th e °, gStates Bank having been sold at to lost,. A N ew " aper explains the cause of this pressure as follows. may
September 30, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOP INTELLIGENCE.

HOP INTELLIGENCE.

Borough, Sept. '.'(J.— The Hop Market has been well supplied during itn Kent and Sussex Pockets, which bad good deiuaud for ali fine and well managed samples, ire middling a id low »otts heavy sale. duty estimated at - bent Pockets, 15s. o-'s. 60s. 70s. choice, u._,lu: Sussex di
September 30, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England