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*.KOM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

*.KOM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

TUESDAY, Oct. 22. At the Courfc-at Windsor, the 21st day of October, 1839 present, the Queen. Most Excellent Majesty in Council, it is this day ordered by her Majesty in Council, that the par- liament, which stands prorogued to Thursday, the 24th day of October histant, be furth
October 23, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MONET-MARKET AND CITT INTELLIGENCE.

MONET-MARKET AND CITT INTELLIGENCE.

Wedxesdav, Twelve o'clock. We are very dull here to-day, no foreign intelligence of any importance having arrived this morning. Consols, which left off yesterday at 90g for Money, and 90^ I for the Account, opened this morning at the above prices, with rather a heavy market. Exc
October 23, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MORNING NEvVSfAi'EKS.

MORNING NEvVSfAi'EKS.

(From the Times.) "We laid before our readers, in the Times of the 21st of September, a brief outline of the constitution and organisa- tion of Ribbon ism iv Ireland; and on the flth and 10th of October we exemplified the way in which this conspiracy works, particularly as betwe
October 14, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
HIGH WATKR AT LONDON-BRIDGE TO-MORROW.

HIGH WATKR AT LONDON-BRIDGE TO-MORROW.

Morn. . .8 m. after fi | After. . . 27 m. after fi
October 14, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL

EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL

Liverpool, Sunday Evening, Six O'CLOCK. LIVERPOOL SHIP NEWS. Saturday, Oct. 12. The Henry Hood, M'Ferran, from Liverpool, has arrived at St. Johns. The Isabella, Moses, from Liverpool, has arrived at Pictou. ARRIVED. The Napier, Sandford, from Philadelphia, 21st Sept., lat. 39.
October 14, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BIKTH.' th e^ rC Sept. 28, at Newbattle Abbey, Dalkeit » tit Lothiau, of a son. 1 ?? MARRIAGKS. T^Q-

BIKTH.' th e^ rC Sept. 28, at Newbattle Abbey, Dalkeit » tit Lothiau, of a son. 1 ?? MARRIAGKS. T^Q-

' Sept. 25, at Hilborough, Norfolk, F »"" 0 r ?? !£, , \ daughter of the Rev. John Dolignon, i 1 rth olo» ue *» to the Rev. Christopher Churchill B a y -^y , l*nt of St. James, Kxeter. „ Ch ild ,'ot 111 \ Sept. 26, at Buxton, William Laco n^ h ter pr , Kenlet, Shropshire, to Bar
October 2, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
f EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL. WjM

f EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL. WjM

Liverpool, S SU o'C, \J CANADA. ?? I send you an abridgment of a piiv . , real, brought by tha Great Western, 'wfritlSnH^Bneorthe most respectable resident merchants in that city : "The British government do not hold at this hour one spot of soil in the two Canadas except that w
October 8, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TRADE EEPOBfT^lgg

TRADE EEPOBfT^lgg

The principal feature in the com mere* was the public sale of tea, which went off s ?? established the advance previously obtain" j%^ . tract ; indeed, in some instances, a 8 a, realised. c ?? In the rice market there was rather nr° no transactions of moment took place. jjold^ \
October 8, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
I TO THE EDITOR OE TIIE STANDARD.

I TO THE EDITOR OE TIIE STANDARD.

New Bridge-street, Blackfriars, Oct, 17, 1839. Sir, — Observing in several of the daily newspapers of tl.c Bth instant an extract of a letter, dated the 16th of April j last, describing the colony of New Soutli Wales as being 1 in a most deplorable state, with the prospect of al
October 17, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
It is one of the hackneyed devices of the minis- terial organs to misrepresent the motives and inten- tions of

It is one of the hackneyed devices of the minis- terial organs to misrepresent the motives and inten- tions of

the Conservative party, and then proceed to deduce inferences from their own misrepresentations. The following carefully concocted falsehood, first published in a Whig Radical weekly newspaper, which professes to enjoy the patronage of the Court and the ministry, is now making t
October 16, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England