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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN

CONSULS. A difference between the Eognsh and Russian Consuls at Tunis isstateel, in a letter from that place, 10. h inst., quoted by the Semaphore or Marseilles, to have arisen from ttie following occurrence A Moor had taken nis gun to a Greek gunsmith to be repon ed. unrortuume
October 31, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
i. House of Commons. (qreat applause.) These are the men who represent the bigotted savages, hardly more civilised than the

i. House of Commons. (qreat applause.) These are the men who represent the bigotted savages, hardly more civilised than the

natives of New Zealand, but animated with a fierce, undying hatred of England. (Hear.) I repeat, then, ideliberately, that the Papists of Ireland, priest and layman, peer and peasant, are alike our enemies— aliens are they in blood, language, and religion. (Loud cheers.) Their h
October 31, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Wl 3 X T ILL 1: From, all the hop districts we they have finished the picking for the season.

Wl 3 X T ILL 1: From, all the hop districts we they have finished the picking for the season.

East Kent they are expected to produce about the same quantity as last yeae, with a quality not so good, except he latter pickings. Mid Kent about Maidstone. Harming, Farleigh, Teton, East and West Mailing, Hadlow, and the two Peckhams, with several other parishes; prove short o
October 31, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL LOAN , FUND LIFE AS. SURANCE AND DEFERRED ANNUITY SOCIETY. 26, CORNHILL, LONDON. EASTERN ERANCH.-5, Castle-street, St. Maiy Axe.

NATIONAL LOAN , FUND LIFE AS. SURANCE AND DEFERRED ANNUITY SOCIETY. 26, CORNHILL, LONDON. EASTERN ERANCH.-5, Castle-street, St. Maiy Axe.

Capital, 500,0001. EMPOWERED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. DIRECTORS. T. LAMIE MURRAY, Esq., Chairman. Col. Sir Barges Camac, K. C.S. Robert Hollond, Esq., M.P. John Effiotson, M, D. F. R. S. George Lungley, Esq. C. Farebrother, Esq., Ald. John Rawson, Esq. H. Gordon, Esq: Joseph Thomra
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PUBLICATIONS.

PUBLICATIONS.

MR. SHERIDAN KNOWLES' NEW PLAY. On Monday next, will he published, price 4 s . V E. A Play in Five Acts. A By JAMES SHERIDAN KNOWLES. Edward Moxon, Dover-street.
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
the correspondence, published yesterday in Sun, between Mr. Dow LER and the Educatl" Committee of the Privy Council, the Rev.

the correspondence, published yesterday in Sun, between Mr. Dow LER and the Educatl" Committee of the Privy Council, the Rev.

! e ntleman expressly lays it down that the " educal" of th e p oor i s committed to his charge," as a cle rgyman of the Church of England. On this I should consider myself," he says, highly reprehensible were I to sanction in any the interference of others not recognized or 4a
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
empire do the Anglican priesthood avow it to be heir intention to establish over the mind of England. The Universities

empire do the Anglican priesthood avow it to be heir intention to establish over the mind of England. The Universities

are in their hands, and they fashion the minds of our statesmen. Most of the high schools are under their control, and they mould to their will the thoughts of the youth of all the upper classes. The Rev. Mr. confines his demands for empire to the minds of the poor ; but, in our
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
HAY MARKETS.

HAY MARKETS.

The supplies were Lijrnod,;;;te,;;;Cthe demand limited; prices somewhat lower. Hay 50s. to 93s ; Clover, 90s. to 120 s. ; Straw 30s. to 40s. per load. COLONIAL MARKET. British Plantation Sugar sold slowly at 61s. 6d. for brown ; 645. for middling; and for fine. Nothing done by p
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC SALES.

PUBLIC SALES.

By Messrs. CLOSS and SON, at Garraway's. A freehold cottage residence, of neat elevation, with good garden, well stocked with fruit-trees, called Montague cottage, situate in Pomer o y street, Kent-road, a short distance from the Peckham•road the fixtures to be taken at a fair v
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NIARRIAGE.—A Gentleman, in the prime of life , of good exterior, without any incumbrances, and with a handsome Income of

NIARRIAGE.—A Gentleman, in the prime of life , of good exterior, without any incumbrances, and with a handsome Income of

1,0001 per annum, wishes to MEET with a LADY who may feel ir.clined to ENTER the MARRIAGE STA lE. She must be of good family, well educated, of domestic habits, amiable temper, and she will meet with in the Advertiser every quality requisite in a good husband. To avoid any long
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England