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BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.— No. CCLXXXIX. for NOVEMBER.—Contents:-1. On the pre. sent Position at the Church of Scotland. Part 1.-2. Hermotimus-3.

BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.— No. CCLXXXIX. for NOVEMBER.—Contents:-1. On the pre. sent Position at the Church of Scotland. Part 1.-2. Hermotimus-3.

Goethe's Life and Works. No. IL-4. The Queer Stick-5. Ten Thousand a-Year. Part 11.-6. Philosophy of Roman History-7. Cursory Cogitations concerning Cats—S. blurrier considered as one of the Fine Arts-9. Sayings and Essayings-10. The Tenants of Holywell Lodge-11. Napoleon's Tele
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PLOUGHING MATCH of the GRAVESEND and ROCHESTER AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

PLOUGHING MATCH of the GRAVESEND and ROCHESTER AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

PLOUGHING MATCO of the GRAV1ESEND | I and RIOCHESTRIt AGRICULTURAL ASSO- CIA TWOAY. ., ?? [ABRIDGED FROM THE MAIDSTONE GAZETTE OF TUESDAY LAST.] This interesting match took place on Friday last in a field on Heo Farm, occupied by Mr. W. H. Nicholson. The soil was in very good con
October 31, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—WEDNESDAY.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—WEDNESDAY.

I COURT' OP DANXRUPTCY-W EDNESDAY. [Before Mr. Com iasloner ErviSn.] I N THE MA ?? op cHARLS IIU IPHItRts. Thlawas the day appointed for the s adjourned choice of assIgnees, and the objection urged, against the petitioning creditor's debt on a farmer day was repetted. Mr. Ogle (t
October 31, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, WEEK ENDED 25T11 OF OCTOBER. [Declared this morning.) Imperial—General Weekly Average. S. d. s. d.

GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, WEEK ENDED 25T11 OF OCTOBER. [Declared this morning.) Imperial—General Weekly Average. S. d. s. d.

s. d. Wheat . . .68 51 Oats . . .25 4 I Beans • . .45 5 Barley . .41 3 Rye . . . .38 6 Peas . . .46 1 Aggregate Average of Six Weeks, whiek Bovarns Duty. Wheat. . .68 21 Oats . . .26 61 Beans . . .45 2 llarley . • .40 81 Rye . . . .38 41 Peas . . .44 3 Duty on Foreign Corn. Whea
October 31, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
'Barnes, William, Esq., Bondstreet Battye, John, Newington-green Baugh, E., Brunswick-place Beard, Henry, Cannon-street, and of the parish of Benenden, Kent

'Barnes, William, Esq., Bondstreet Battye, John, Newington-green Baugh, E., Brunswick-place Beard, Henry, Cannon-street, and of the parish of Benenden, Kent

Bell, T. J., Fulham Bennett, Rowland N., Lincoln's-inn Black, Benjamin, Esq., South Molton-street Blanch, John, Gracechurch-st. Bowden, Ellis, Stamford-hill Bowdney, William, 190, Oa- l i Bracher, E., Newgate-market Bray, Reginald, 46, York-terrace Breamore, E., Panton-square Br
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TO SCHOOLS!!!

TO SCHOOLS!!!

T HE IVIERCANTILE ACCOUNTS. Third Edition. A complete Set of Book-keeping, executed in the first Style of Lithography, and contained in Fiye Books, price 10s. the Set. This System of Book-keeping (which is now introduced into all the principal Commercial Academies), consists of
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
A COMPLETE HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE. Just published, price 65., large Bvo., AN HISTORICAL VI EW of the REVOLUTIONS (or

A COMPLETE HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE. Just published, price 65., large Bvo., AN HISTORICAL VI EW of the REVOLUTIONS (or

Vicissitudes) of the EUROPEAN NATIONS, from the Subversion of the Roman Empire in the West to the Abdication of Napoleon. By CHRISTOPHER W. KOCH, Formerly Professor of Public Jurisprudence at Strasburg. Translated by ANDREW CRICHTON. Second Edition. " A most valuable work, and w
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
LITERA TITRE.

LITERA TITRE.

FOR OT. Ackermann, London, The Annual season is about to set in—as Canning once observed of an English summer—`E with its usual severity." he Forget-Me-Not, the first of the fraternity, is now lying before us, and many others are announced as being just on the eve of publication
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
'. EECH OF MR. BRADSHAW, M.P. FOR CANTERBURY, AT FHB MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE REGISTRATION SOCIETY, ON THURSDAY LAST. (From

'. EECH OF MR. BRADSHAW, M.P. FOR CANTERBURY, AT FHB MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE REGISTRATION SOCIETY, ON THURSDAY LAST. (From

the Kentish Gazette.) Mr. BRADSHAW rose amid the most tremendous audits. Accept my thanks, said the Hon. Gentle.l on, for the very flattering manner in which you have received my name. Let us mutually congratulate our:salves on the triumphant result of the Registration So. ety,
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
September 21, 11530. Final Notice, THE Subscribers, anxious to c!nse the Accounts of the Estate of the late EDWARD DELPRATT,

September 21, 11530. Final Notice, THE Subscribers, anxious to c!nse the Accounts of the Estate of the late EDWARD DELPRATT,

ESQ. of Yal• labs Bay, St. David's, hereby give notice, that unless those having claims against the Estate, (or monies due, or for deficiencies of goods landed en the Wharf, and not delivered therefrom, render authentic copies of the same, on or be. fore SATURDAY, the 19th day o
October 31, 1839 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica