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MANOR OF BRADFORD.

MANOR OF BRADFORD.

fiIHE SUtrard of the Court Haro* of Benjamin Rmc- J[ Lord of the Manor of Bradford* mill, from and after Thursday, the Ith day November next issue process for the recovery of debts and damages under 40*. within the ’said Manor, at the Office of Messrs. Morris and Clegg* Solicito
October 31, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
PIRACY CAUTION !! I

PIRACY CAUTION !! I

PIRACY CAUTION !! Captain Pidding made eight voyage* to China, securing the exclusive importation of these teas, anil if purchasers will notice his signature, they will avoid counterfeits. In an action brought hy Captain Pidding against person who counterfeited his title ami pack
October 31, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

PO~ThC R1 PT. | OADON, TPESDAY, OCT. 29. The pr ivate letters received to-day from Alexandria, whichl are dated on the 7th intt. aie iaporlant in a comaeria poijnt I ofve, ic the refcr, to thei o -ig of the cosnmuetcatlooa with Indliathrough Egypt hs a t profhblN event, should th
October 31, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FUNERAL OF THE LATE DUKE OF ARGYLE.

FUNERAL OF THE LATE DUKE OF ARGYLE.

The interment of the Duke of Argyla takes place, we un- derstand, on Friday next, in the family vault at Kilmun. and, in the meantime, preparations are going forward for having the obsequies performed in a manner suited to the high rank and station of the deceased nobleman. We h
October 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM LNDfA.

IMPORTANT NEWS FROM LNDfA.

Having yesterday had it in our power to publish, exclusively, the official despatches from Sir John Keane announcing the capture of Ghuznee and the occupation of Cabool, we now subjoin some interest- ing particulars from the Bombay Times ofthe 12th September : — DISPERSION OF TH
October 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
OENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN,.WEEK ENDED _..TII OF OCT.

OENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN,.WEEK ENDED _..TII OF OCT.

OENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, WEEK ENDED _..TII OF OCT. [Declared this Morning.] s. d. I s. cl. I s. d. fl Oats . . .93 4 (leans ?? 45 5 liar.*, - . .41 MlHje . . .."8 6 I Peas . . . 4*3 1 of Six Weeks, which Governs Duty. Wheat ?? ?? 45 2 Barley. . .40 S | Rys . . .US *l | Peas
October 31, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
POLICE,

POLICE,

Guildhall.— Yesterday Mr. Gray, a pawnbroker, in Fleet-street, attended before Mr. Alderman White and Mr. Alderman Farebrother, to answer an information for refusing to pei mit an inspection of the book in which the sale of unre- deemed pledges are entered, so that the owners ma
October 31, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION.

NATIONAL EDUCATION.

The Globe of Friday published tbe following correspondence, accompanied by observations to the effect that the Bishop of Exeter favourable to tbe principle of the government Education scheme. Tliese letters were taken the preface to the tenth edition of a pamphlet, entitled itec
October 31, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
STOCKS.Wed.Thur.Frid.Sat.Mon.Tues. 3 Ceot.Consols....* for Arwmal ..I 90t> I <*''r per Cent I per Cent j A, per Cent. Red 971'

STOCKS.Wed.Thur.Frid.Sat.Mon.Tues. 3 Ceot.Consols....* for Arwmal ..I 90t> I <*''r per Cent I per Cent j A, per Cent. Red 971'

»'( New 34 per Cent. ...J 98|, I'M Annuities I i. it- I3# Stock IGl' , India ' 0 0 p
October 31, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Newfoundland & British North America SCHOOL SOCIETY

Newfoundland & British North America SCHOOL SOCIETY

SCHOOL SOCIETY. Im ‘Ninth Annual Meeting of the Cheltenham Auxiliary this Society took place at the Infants* School Room, St. James’s square, on Thursday last, which, owing the wetness of the day, regret to say, was but thinly attended. 1 Kev. h. Close was called lo the Chair, w
October 31, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England