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DIARY FOR THE WEEK. October 1:3-2sth Sunday after Trinity- 14-Sullrises6h23m; setsb5hm. 1 ?? first qssarter, 6 h 25 m afternoon. 16-laov le it 3s m long; decreased 5 n 56 m. 17-MoOn rises 3 h 17 m afternoon. is-St. Luke. $Wallows depart about this time. 19-ConwSallis surrendered
October 13, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
BOLTON WORKING MEN'S ASSOCIATION.

BOLTON WORKING MEN'S ASSOCIATION.

BOLTON WORKING MIBA'S ABBOCATION. I I (FROM OUR OWN CoaRPONIDUNv.i On Monday evening a neaeting of the members of the BDlton Working Men's Association, to which' the public was ip-vited, was held at the association ioom,, Havwdl- 'croft; for the purpose of taking into considerati
October 13, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
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LONDON, 84, Bridge-street, Blacklirri . CONOMIC LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIY. *i ESTAaLIOsnKD IN 1823. ,tV)ER RATES of PREMIUMS than any other Office that dntitle parties to a participation in the profits. Tlhe Pomas declared in 1834 amounted upon an average to £16 per ent on the prersiu
October 6, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
MONEY AFFAIR.

MONEY AFFAIR.

Can she pull through it ? is the question in Thread- needle-street, and no one seems to think it possible without the issue of one pound -notes, which is, in fact, no pulling through at al], but a pulling out of one trouble into another. The Times of Wednesday speaks out upon th
October 6, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
ANNUITY SCHEMES—A CAUTION.

ANNUITY SCHEMES—A CAUTION.

AIVNUITY SCHEMES-A CAUTION. To THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE. Sin-It is no more than an act of humanity to persons who are about to sink their means of .libslstenco in pur. chasing annuities, to caution them not to embark in cer- tain annuity schemes which have been recentl
October 5, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CORONERS' INQUESTS.

Tue MuRoDniR OF A POLICEMSAN AT DrTFIORDo.- Ye.terday niorning the jury re-assembled at the S wa Innl, Lee. The eleven prisoners were brought from tbe ntatioe- house, Blackbeath-road, in an omnibus, handcuffed, and strongly ?? on the previous exasnination. A strong body of pollh
October 5, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN MARKETS.

FOREIGN MARKETS.

FO.IfAJUX MARKfAi1h. ANS Vttr, OCT. 2.-Our Coffee market from Tbr 2itb 30th ultime was unusually quiet, ahicb, however, takin O.g 110, deration the vesy exteasive transactluns of thie PkdediOtitialj by no means to be wondered at. The salts effected du nal VW eliht days consisted
October 5, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MEETING OF MIDDLESEX MAGISTRATES.

MEETING OF MIDDLESEX MAGISTRATES.

MEETING OF MIDDLESEX MAGI18- TRA TRS. Yesterday being county day a large number of count 1s1agistrates assembled at Hicks's-hall, Clerkenwell-greet for the transaction of business. Mr. Sergeant Adams I the chair. The minutes of the last meeting having been read an confirmed, the
October 11, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
REVIVALS AT KILSYTH.

REVIVALS AT KILSYTH.

The following Is from a written narrative given In to the Presbytery by Mr Burns:- Special instances of good done are naturally called for. Many memorable cases can be produced. Selection is difficult. A woman from Airdrie was observed by a few around her to be much impressed wh
October 9, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PARISH FEASTS.

PARISH FEASTS.

* PARISH FASTS, -r To TuE EDITOR OF TME MORNING CHRONICL-E. Sia It appeared in most of thy daily journals, two or three veeks ago, that the inhabitants of the parish of St. Luke, Middlesex, were all in an uproar for many days In the election of a vestry-clerk, which ended in favo
October 3, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England