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the truth has reached and converted many who were amongst our most strenuous opponents; and surely such conviction must have

the truth has reached and converted many who were amongst our most strenuous opponents; and surely such conviction must have

equal power to determine the doubtful and to amuse the indolent. When, therefore, we find it demonstrated, as we do in the table Published by Fraser, that independently of these efforts upon what we may call the old Reform constituency, a general election must give to the Conser
October 31, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
amiable y 4 Fatlicey reOdy Surrey. He w and died in heloved c ecqu+intancr. Vai.R. of thy p matt, irons

amiable y 4 Fatlicey reOdy Surrey. He w and died in heloved c ecqu+intancr. Vai.R. of thy p matt, irons

met this, or the VOI The All.gator in at Stir and return or Passegi 1' GILBEI To load havoig pert ship. Owl 'hex w.lI drop t any Freight sage, app'y THE RE( V. month Kingston, ui The shove ing the ;fleet with Passage, app' F 0 I To . q saying C ; Pilm CONFIRV success( medy for t
October 31, 1839 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
CITY-WEDNESDAY EVENING.

CITY-WEDNESDAY EVENING.

I By way of Malta and Marseilles the overland mail from I our East Indian possessions was received to-day, with dates from Calcutta to the Ist of September, from Madras to the 3d, and from Bombay to the 13th Sept. from Singapore to the sth, and China to the 15th of July. It appe
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
COMMERCIAL REPORT.

COMMERCIAL REPORT.

CITY, WEDNESDAY EVENING. The export trOe of the port of London has, for some days past, assumed an aeive appearance, especially for British manufactured goods. The entries at the Custom House for New York, for the West Indies, and for the continent, have been numerous. Notwithst
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLR ARRIVALS.

FASHIONABLR ARRIVALS.

Lady Charlotte Ba con, in Piccadilly ; Captai n an d M rs. Lawleall,--A Sbelbourne, Lord and Lady H o ll an d, M r. E van and Georgiana Baillie, of Dochfour, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and Miss Herbera Mr. and Lady Helena Cooke, Mrs. Wynyard, Mr. Charles Plunkett, L or ,, and Lady Gal
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICB.

POLICB.

BOW-STREET. AN UNSUSPECTING SAlLoll.—Yesterday, a respectablelooking elderly female was placed at the bar, before Mr. HALL, charged with illegally pawning a watch under the following circumstances : _ _ _ It appeared that the daughter of the prisoner formed a connection with a y
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MONTHLY CHRONICLE for NOVEMBER contains—l. Martin Luther and the Reformation-2. The %Valpurgis Night. Translated from the Faust, by John

THE MONTHLY CHRONICLE for NOVEMBER contains—l. Martin Luther and the Reformation-2. The %Valpurgis Night. Translated from the Faust, by John

Edmund Reade, Esq. —3. Political Studies of Foreign Statesmen. M. Tillers. Part 11.-4. The Ideal. From Schliler-5. The Fueros and Privileges of the Basque Provinces-6. Ireland— Emigration—Employment-7. Commercial Policy of England-8. National Education. Mr. Simpson's Letters.—Lo
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A. L L the FASHIONS for NOVEMBER.—SEVEN STEEL ENGRAVINGS of all the FASHIONS for NOVEMBER, of unparalleled attraction and novelty,

A. L L the FASHIONS for NOVEMBER.—SEVEN STEEL ENGRAVINGS of all the FASHIONS for NOVEMBER, of unparalleled attraction and novelty,

comprehending every description of Ladles' Dresses, Millinery, Head Dresses, Ikc., comprises the Splendid Embellishments of THE WORLD of FASHION MON I'HLY MAGAZINE, now publishing. Price only Two Shillings. —The Literature is most amusing, and is contributed by ladles of rank an
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
On November Ist, price le. No. 111. of THE POLYTECHNIC JOURNAL; a Magazine of Science and the Fine Arts. Contents—l.

On November Ist, price le. No. 111. of THE POLYTECHNIC JOURNAL; a Magazine of Science and the Fine Arts. Contents—l.

On the Unnecessary Evils and Annoyances of Railroad Travelling-2. History ot Wood Engraving, with fac-similes of the oldest known woodcuts-3. Dr. Waagen, the "skinner,' C , impany," and the " British and Foreign Review"-4. Concluding Memoir of Beetly.ven, by G. Hogarth, Esq.-6.
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ROYAL GAZETTE. KINGSTON RACES. Spanish-Town, October 18, ISS9 SPANISII-TOWN RACES. AT a Meeting of the Subscribers to the Spanish-To Racer.

ROYAL GAZETTE. KINGSTON RACES. Spanish-Town, October 18, ISS9 SPANISII-TOWN RACES. AT a Meeting of the Subscribers to the Spanish-To Racer.

His Honor the Costos in the Chair, It was Resolved that the following Purses be run fur Spanish Town Race Course, viz:— On TUESDAY the 26th day of November—The Quee Purse according to law. On WEDNESDAY the 27th—A Purse of 100 'Unt•ied Stock, weights, two years old, a feather ; 3
October 31, 1839 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica