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FRENCH PAPERS. PA U% Oct I.—The Madrid mail is not arrived today. By the submission of the fort of Guevara,

FRENCH PAPERS. PA U% Oct I.—The Madrid mail is not arrived today. By the submission of the fort of Guevara,

all organised resistance ceases in Navarre and in Biscay; but there are still bands Of plunderers. The following is a letter from Irun. dated 27th Sept.:_" Oa Sunday last some officers belonging to the Carlist army came in the evening to the house inhabited by Iturbe at Azpeytia
October 4, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPAIN. ~_

SPAIN. ~_

SPAIN. The sitting of the Chamber of Deputies on the 25th ult. had been exclusively devoted to an uninteresting debate on petitions. It was expected that the committee on the fueros would present its report in the course of the evening. The committee was known to be favourable to
October 4, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DAILY AND PERIODICAL PRESS.

DAILY AND PERIODICAL PRESS.

I DAILY AND PER4lDICAL PRESS. I TIMsi ES. THE LATEse 1INaSTEWTAL ArpoiSNT ENTS,-The Downing-street papers inform us that the War-office vacancy is filled up-of blo!ked up, more strictly speak- ing-by Mr Thomas BabintoWn Macaulay, and the ae- cession of this genatleman to the mini
October 4, 1839 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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Price sd. LONDON, FRIDAY, October 4, 1839. No. 21,434 p* -■ ■ _S_ j_B— _Bß__ WM i r_
October 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MAILS

MAILS

An- Due Arr Due Arr 1 France 0 0 Sweden 0 , a Lisbon .. . ■* I Flanders 0 2 Dublin 0 ' 0 Brj/i I Holland n I Waterford •> < . , 0 ?? 0 0 fiuernsey 1. ) West hutti."' j
October 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TnsnnzojnzTEa stoves,

TnsnnzojnzTEa stoves,

stoves, To which they invite the Public attention ; they kart eansii/eraltiy enturyetl their Manufactory, and have engaged exjterienced Workmen, and can, with the greateat confidence, recommend their Stun as beings in every rt>pect, perfect. consequence of the immense demand for
October 4, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Sttdt at th* Corn Fj Dufy Paid. Turnip, White I. I. »■ • . . IS a3O florer, Cirt WiJ*

Sttdt at th* Corn Fj Dufy Paid. Turnip, White I. I. »■ • . . IS a3O florer, Cirt WiJ*

. . IS a2O low. Whit* - - . . a Sfi Forrifn, • • Til . . 30 a4O Whit* . . ,:J . . CO aO3 Trefoil .... 40 a 44 IJiw*«d, per . • S** * SMITH FI ELD. Cioqnp Kjr»* Tarm, Sew Old Our market. wa«. the time year r** well aupplied wi»h beasts the qn»* of which was tl»c whole, prime, sca
October 4, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
MARKET CHRONICLE.

MARKET CHRONICLE.

CHESTER. at. dt I *• a Wisest SOS .... - j. 12 J BrawatSJib.... - , New white.... Ir» Barlee.irr. a _ Ditto rr.l .... lo 0 10 3 Malting, A W1b.... 4 9 J Ditto »ew . H. SATuawar. ' Wheat 12 dlOata. lo || Ditto aew.... 0 MANCHESTER. SaTtjaiMr. Wheat declined 3J per bushel. Flour r
October 4, 1839 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

Railway Accident. —On Tuesday week labourer, employed the Cheltenham and Great Western Railway, named Searsey, was thrown from a loaded waggon, owing to another running violently against it, and the wheel of the waggon went over his body, arm, and pelvis. He was conveyed to the
October 4, 1839 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
SNOOK'S APERIENT FAMILY PILLS, A Most excellent Medicine for BILIOUS and LIVER COMPLAINTS, INDIGESTION, GIDDINESS, Loss Appetite, Head-Ache, Heartburn, Flatulence,

SNOOK'S APERIENT FAMILY PILLS, A Most excellent Medicine for BILIOUS and LIVER COMPLAINTS, INDIGESTION, GIDDINESS, Loss Appetite, Head-Ache, Heartburn, Flatulence,

SPASMS, Costiveness, &c. Their Composition is truly excellent ; they not contain any or Mercurial Preparation whatever, and do not require the least confinement alteration of diet (moderate exercise promotes their pood effects) j they seldom operate until len or twelve hours aft
October 4, 1839 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England