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TO THE EDITORS OF THE NORTHERN STAR.

TO THE EDITORS OF THE NORTHERN STAR.

TO THE EDITORS OF T1IE NORTUERN STAR. Dublin, October 5th, 1839. Saturiay, s o'clock, ?? -i. GECNTLE~irri,-Thanks to the fair breezo, I have just concluded the reading of an epistle addressed to Lawrorce Pitkothly, a -d sigce l Patrick O'Higgi- s, a Chartist in Iraland, ixt wvhic
October 12, 1839 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION.

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION.

TO THE RADICAL ELECTORS OF HUNSLET, GENTLEMEN,-The revision of the Bargess List is now going on; be on the alert, and establish, if neces- sary, your right to vote for a man to serve you as Councilman at the approaching election. Be not l1( away by the persuasions of Whig or Tor
October 12, 1839 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ESCAPE OF CONVICTS. ( From tk* Reading Mercury.) It appears that the attempt to escape from Reading Gaol had been

ESCAPE OF CONVICTS. ( From tk* Reading Mercury.) It appears that the attempt to escape from Reading Gaol had been

agreed upon by the parties, previous to their trial, provided that they were not immediately sent off. The attempt would have been fruitless hod it not been for the lintel over the cell door, which they first removed: this proved a very useful instrument afterwards. The night ch
October 12, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARTIN FALLOW,

MARTIN FALLOW,

BRITISH AND FOREIGN CLOCK MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER AND DKILER IN FOREIGN MUSICAL \o. 73, Northumberland Street, Newcastle, returning Thanks to his Friends, and ■R the Public general, of Newcastle and the adjoining Counties, for the liberal Encouragement they have bestowed on him i
October 19, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RAMSBOTTOM 8 CORH AND BUNION SOLVENT.

RAMSBOTTOM 8 CORH AND BUNION SOLVENT.

By tbe nee of Ibis valuable Remedy immediate relief Areas Pstn obtained, and by its aucoessive Application for short Period meet obstinate Coras are entirely rsaeesd without recourse to tbe dangerous operations of cuiiieg Aiiag* The Proprietor pledges Limself that dees net conta
October 19, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
one end to the other. Your brave and Hlustrious warrior, General Morelos, fell into the hands of your enemy. The

one end to the other. Your brave and Hlustrious warrior, General Morelos, fell into the hands of your enemy. The

letter addressed from Tehuacan the Viceroy, by Caatonada, Alas, and Ponce de Leon, entreating that your beloved General might receive no 111-treatment, does them immortal honour; but their representation that the Viceroy and sixty thousand Spaniards must answer for the smallest
October 19, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
brilliants ; his silk stockings were always ornamented with gold clocks, and the buckles on his shoes rimlled those at

brilliants ; his silk stockings were always ornamented with gold clocks, and the buckles on his shoes rimlled those at

his knees in brilliance and (hr out-did them in size. was fond of wearing his hat with military cock ; affected a swaggering gait and gave himself the air. of one who thinks all the world his own. Charley WM, in many points, the reverse of his brother. from shewing off his broth
October 19, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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October 19, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
These ia*tal» in d taxation b so hi-h,

These ia*tal» in d taxation b so hi-h,

These ia*tal» d taxation b hi-h, And dear, that wages can't supply Looi-gb l« dr»» Iruiu aajvaiioa. Of half our population.” Ft. Louis' tun, Imuger knew ui th, As negroes Know of ice or I of Oulrlr. It won't sntpibe you Ihal be answered thus: *' About starvation do they make this
October 19, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PUBLIC HOUSE TO LET.

PUBLIC HOUSE TO LET.

TO BE LET IMMEDIATELY, ALL that well-accustomed PUBLIC HOUSE, called The American Cpffet Heme" situate in Gibson Street, in Newcastleupon-Tyne, now the Occupation of Mr. Anders Laland. For Anther Particulars apply at Mr. Gibson's Office, Solicitor, Saint Nicholas’ Church Yard DR
October 5, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England