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Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

. ?? I ?? Intelligence. I Tlito Prinie CGeor-~, 'M~lrrlarre. arrived Pit Leithr, left QseIlwc 291th tilt. Sptoke. the Mlarv, rif Neureadol, broundI tiP A merien, iii lbg, 4 f. W.: and .Jsin Baptiste. in Int. 59. :io. N. lun;:. 10. W. seven we,.Ls out. from Arch- angel tot GaIngtt
October 31, 1839 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE MAD OPENING 0

THE MAD OPENING 0

TH NCHESTER ATHENIEUM. The new and handsome edifice, erected from a design of Charles Barry, Esq. (the architect of the new Houses of Parliament ; of the fine Free School of King Edward VI. in Birmingham ; and in this town, of the Royal Institution, and the Unitarian Chapel, Upp
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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October 31, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NcHooL or the INDIGENT - BLIND.— suRsi.RIBERS ale earnestly ,requested the L E LE(YIION, 'which takes place on the -7th

NcHooL or the INDIGENT - BLIND.— suRsi.RIBERS ale earnestly ,requested the L E LE(YIION, 'which takes place on the -7th

of SARAH MORBEV; N 0.30 on the List. 6 unsticsful at Three Electibni—is a very latentand is tamable of assisting the . other_ children to to read by meazs of embossed letter's. )32_14xies Will be recerved by the Rev. John Eveleigh, Vicar of near Dartfort, Kent.
October 31, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES,.Ncv.

CERTIFICATES,.Ncv.

CERTIFICATES , .Ncv. • E. Lloyd, Broad--;t-i7e-e-t-s- Bloomsbury, printer—W. Martin, Union-so eet. Southwark, currier—R. Jordison, Stockton, Durham, grocer—C. Taylor, Manchester , gas-engineer—C. Graham, Liverpool, marizie-store-dealer—A. M`lkiy, Liverpool, marlin., store-dealer—
October 31, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRESENT SALE.

PRESENT SALE.

Packages. 2.181 1,8:6 6,(153 I ,141 4,033 lb. weight. 25,49 d 3,134,849 1 , 12,299 22,790 65,804 37,814 11!1,277 3 '8.420 107,899 22i; : 100 , 7;269' 4G.9,11 61,05t' ';641 - 4 - ,494.18 - bi
October 31, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MR. JAMES'S NEW NOVEL. On Friday, Nov. Is. 1.,- pLablished, le Th ree Vols. po-t Bvo., H ENRY of GUIS

MR. JAMES'S NEW NOVEL. On Friday, Nov. Is. 1.,- pLablished, le Th ree Vols. po-t Bvo., H ENRY of GUIS

t: ; or, the States of Blois. By t.... I". It. JA NI Esq., Author of "The Iban.er,"" The Gentleman of the Old School," " The iuguenot," "Life and Ad v 'ntures iif John Marston Hall, The Gipsy," " Life of the tilack Prince." &c. London: than, Hrnie, arid co. '_ *4l-7:s. Ailk i k
October 31, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TRINIDAD.

TRINIDAD.

A r ither interesting discovery was m a de, by Mr. James Ries, Master Mason of th:s Town, during the last we• k, i iabikt directing the removal a heap tat loose stones in ,i a yard in Edward Street. The laborers, after clearing away a few of the atones , came to a al ,h of marbl
October 31, 1839 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
St. Andrew's, October 24, 1830. IN consequence of the nonattendance of the Members of the Vestry, the meeting advertised for

St. Andrew's, October 24, 1830. IN consequence of the nonattendance of the Members of the Vestry, the meeting advertised for

the 21st inst. will take place on MONDAY, the 4th November ensuing. All absent Members will be fined according to law. WM. CARVER, Cik. Vest.
October 31, 1839 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
THE MORNING HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31.

THE MORNING HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31.

I speak of the scenes which were exhibited during the prevalence of this famine. The air for miles was poisoned by the effluvia emitted from the putrifying bodies of the dead. The rivers were choked with the corpses thrown into their channels. Mothers cast their little ones bene
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England