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LODGINGS TO LET. COMFORTABLE LODGlNG,suitable f«r Small Genteel Family. Apply to Mrs. CLOUGH. No. 79, Micklegate, late of Davygate, Cook

LODGINGS TO LET. COMFORTABLE LODGlNG,suitable f«r Small Genteel Family. Apply to Mrs. CLOUGH. No. 79, Micklegate, late of Davygate, Cook

Shop. LET FURNISHED, HEWORTH, One Mile from York, LJL for Sir Months, or longer if wished, the HOUSE, occupied by Mr. Thomas GatlilT, containing Bre»kr«st-Roora, Dining-Room, Drawing-Room, Six Bed-Rooms, Kitchens, Pantries Sec. An excellent Three Stand Stable, Coach House, large
October 5, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Freemasonry.—The Brethren of No. 650, Union Lodge Chudleigh, held their last regular stated Lodge for this year, on Monday last,

Freemasonry.—The Brethren of No. 650, Union Lodge Chudleigh, held their last regular stated Lodge for this year, on Monday last,

at the Clifford Arms, Chudleigh ; which there was full attendance of the Members and visiting Brethren. the completion the Masonic duties, a dinner consisting of every delicacy of the season, the game and dessert having been presented by some of the brethren was excellently serv
October 5, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FURNISHED APARTMENTS. WO LET, in a central part of the City, one SITTINGROOM, with one or two BED-ROOMS, if required.

FURNISHED APARTMENTS. WO LET, in a central part of the City, one SITTINGROOM, with one or two BED-ROOMS, if required.

The Premises are well calculated for a Professional Gentleman or two single Gentlemen can be accommodated with Board and. Lodging. ' , . „ For particulars apply at the Office of this Paper. TERMS MOD ERA T E. > GOVERNESS WANTED. A LADY between 20 and 30 years of age, who would u
October 5, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE DINNER AT THE QUEEN'S HEAD.

THE DINNER AT THE QUEEN'S HEAD.

The Members and Friends of the Society, to th 6 number of between sixty and seventy, dined together in the evening, Queen's Head Inn. The Ear! of Durham presided, and was supported by the Bishop of ham, VVm. Ord, Esq. M.P., Blackett, Esq. M.P., the .Mayor of Newcastle, Ralph Cur
October 5, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE CORPORATION PEW.

THE CORPORATION PEW.

A meeting the Parishioners St. Nicholas' Parish, convened the Churchwardens in compliance with a numerously signed requisition, was held on Friday (yesterday) evening, the room above the vestry, adjoining St. Nicholas' Church, for the purpose taking into consideration the opposi
October 5, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PATENT WOOD PAVEMENT.

PATENT WOOD PAVEMENT.

This country is, perhaps, the first in the world, with respect the advancement the arts and sciences, yet are near ' the middle of the nineteenth century, and little has, comparison, been done to improve the paving of our roads and streets; and we are now indebted to the talents
October 5, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MALDON.

MALDON.

On tbe ult. lad named Wm. Wright, in the employ of Woodyard, a fisherman of this port, whilst fishing off IVlersea Point, fell overboard and was drowned. The body has not yet been found. Ship News from 22nd to 2Wi September.— Arriveo. Mary Ann (Mulley). with coals from Newcastle
October 4, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
JACOBUS the PROTESTANT versus DANIEL THE PAPIST.

JACOBUS the PROTESTANT versus DANIEL THE PAPIST.

Ti the Protestants of the British. Empire, in answer ioDanieVs '' Abbey, writes:-'« Hereditary bondsmen-know ye not —who would be tree, themselves must strike the blow " Jacobus writes :—" Hereditary freemen, you would still hr free, yourselves must hurl the Infidel and Tyrant M
October 5, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, LONDON—Bridge Street, Bleckfriars. NORWICH—Surrey Street. EXETER—High Street. CAPITAL, £550,000. PATRONS AND TRUSTERS. The DUKE of

NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, LONDON—Bridge Street, Bleckfriars. NORWICH—Surrey Street. EXETER—High Street. CAPITAL, £550,000. PATRONS AND TRUSTERS. The DUKE of

BEAUFORT, The DUKE ARGVLE, Tbe EARL of DARLINGTON, The EARL of ORFORD, SIR JACOB ASTLEY, SIR EDMUND LACON, &c. &c. PRESIDENT. EDWARD TEMPLE BOOTH, Esq. VICE-PRESIDENT. Lieut.-Colonel HARVEY. SECRETARY SAMUEL BIGNOLD, Etq. NOTICE INSURERS. j^f- L < Persons entitled to Dividends u
October 5, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Meteorological Register, denoted Instruments kept the Deron and E* ' tisn expossdto Northern aspect, from f J from tl* ground.

Meteorological Register, denoted Instruments kept the Deron and E* ' tisn expossdto Northern aspect, from f J from tl* ground.

„ o' ci MORXIN* 9 •'•LOCK. DAT. KTBV'-'"' Rain Sep. Bar. Th. Win. rt'ta.tiax. .Yin. PaintHhrt. B*r- T ',* y 29.30 S Clou. \ 59.88 Ditto SO * 88 50 Fair' 4S 29.6' p f *'J 29 29.39 Clou (13 43 8 &.tb 's< 29.62 Fair 61 48 59 £,» $ Ocl 89.60 5S S Mist 63 12 V 29.57 Fair 63 IS
October 5, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England