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J. W. WEAVER,

J. W. WEAVER,

succeeding the old-established MALTING BUSINESS of Mr. GEORGE, begs to solicit acoutinuamc of the support so liberally bestowed on bis predecessor, and assures his Friends and the Public that no exertions shall wanting his part to merit the same. Worcester, Oct. I, 1839. SEED WH
October 3, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
BERROW’S WORCESTER JOURNAL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1830.

BERROW’S WORCESTER JOURNAL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1830.

aulhority, un.l. a w«*ll ami powerful compart, cmbraring the fatr proteriion of all classes, Aiiimocb’s rharg* equally allows tin* desperate inexpediency and die ineritaWc danger of the pro|HKmil>sl ciiaugo. Although partaking political bias its tone, ll»e addrrsa of the learned
October 3, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
SPORTING

SPORTING

binf. and found abundance which hair fallen tieluns to the esccllence u( the pack. We are informed that muc poultry been destroyed—all put icyuard's charge we i-ksukl rather suspect bipeds than quadruped*. CIIKI.TENRAM STAG HOt'.NDS. —At tlock. Satuiday Oct. 5 Fik*l<>i.e. Tuesda
October 3, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLICKNCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLICKNCE.

Wimnin'otum Kamii.v.—Tli»* anceHinrs «»f the U'inninwion Untilf have long rlimn! l.igli in > enunty, mul Mcaiit'aNilv aillu-ntl Whig pnitciplt!*; »nr ilietii, iht- Kighl lion. Thomas Winninglon, (gr*iMl«oo Sir F. Winnlngioti, S<»lirii<»r>Uriu-rj| to ('(lark's 11. an-l mnioTSalwc
October 3, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
CLERICAL AND RELIGIOUS.

CLERICAL AND RELIGIOUS.

_ A . ., ?? ?? . . _ Oi, Sunday list, during Divine Service, a slighit noise was heard in Long Benton Church, and apart of the plaster fell from the ceiling, iidicating, a degrce of instability which had 'lot been anticipated, and the ?? inmnediatelysoughttheir safetyin a speedy
October 4, 1839 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
valcap.i.k 1 FOR SALE. Kol<l Aicollon, Mr. GRf.MSHAW, Mnsn»v. ill*' Hay of OrroßF.n, IS.’iO, at hot:;.'of *lr. WII.LIAM Y ATFS,

valcap.i.k 1 FOR SALE. Kol<l Aicollon, Mr. GRf.MSHAW, Mnsn»v. ill*' Hay of OrroßF.n, IS.’iO, at hot:;.'of *lr. WII.LIAM Y ATFS,

the liritnuiiin n.w jil'itrti«!e ; Sale* rommeoce at Four cln« k in the Alt moon; to tondiliosis a-* will in* then and there protlut i-d ; t’mt compart an«T well-ffUivatr«l E>TA’rr.. situate «t H'hilr Ct'-O, in the Timtl-iiip «l ♦ i*lr Hfnr< ,s ajtl, in tlu* r<)il<i«ritig or sur
October 2, 1839 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE, Sep. 27.

DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE, Sep. 27.

There was large supply of ut market, great variety in the quality, prime samples siip/mrltd the currency of Tuesday, but middling and inferior were dull and again rather tower. Prime Oats also maintained their prices bat inferior Outs offered, for which 13s. less would have been
October 2, 1839 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
THE HAMPSHIRE AND SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY PAPER, AND GENERAL ADVERTISER. VARIETIES,

THE HAMPSHIRE AND SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY PAPER, AND GENERAL ADVERTISER. VARIETIES,

LITERARY, HISTORICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND HIMKRUI'S. The priuciple on which Clegg’s atmospheric railio.ad arts Hist of ruiiununicating the power of fixe sicain engines to the tram in motion, by meai.a exhaustion continuous line pipe is lohl between the rails, is exhaust* il by the r
October 7, 1839 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS. Corn Exchanu*. Sep/. 30.—At this morning's mark the show of English Wheat was large, but the quality considerably.

LONDON MARKETS. Corn Exchanu*. Sep/. 30.—At this morning's mark the show of English Wheat was large, but the quality considerably.

Trade opened exceedingly dull, and the fin.,, parcels must Quoted . »s. and all secondary qualities fro* (is Ss qr. cheaper than last Monday.' holders Foreign were not disposed to pres* sales, consequently I,mu business was done, though purchases might have been dilv wade at .Is
October 7, 1839 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Wells and Icenham Turnpike p Jl#qadB . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the Trustees of the said Roads intend to

Wells and Icenham Turnpike p Jl#qadB . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the Trustees of the said Roads intend to

meet at the Crown Inn, Wells, on Tuesday, the 15th day October next, at Eleveu o'clock the Forenoon. And Notice al hereby given, that at the same Meeting of th t Trustees, at the hour of One o'clock in the Afternoon of tbe same day, will be LET by AUCTION, several Lots, at the o
October 5, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England