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SHEFFIELD AND ROTHERHAM

SHEFFIELD AND ROTHERHAM

The E»rl of Clarendon, our late Ambassador at Madrid, is the brother of Mr. Villiera. of Wolrerhampton. The Laws.— We believe it is not known to many persons, that an Act of Parliament was passed in the late session (on the 29th July last) intituled Act to amend and extend until
October 5, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
OCTOBER 5, 1833; with Ball lo gi»» him a sovereign, «nd much a. could eat and drink (or his basket

OCTOBER 5, 1833; with Ball lo gi»» him a sovereign, «nd much a. could eat and drink (or his basket

o( pots. He oaid the sovereign, but Ball, when he bad eaten and drunk an enormous quantity stuff, at complainant s ex* oen,e. contended that the bargain did not include the S»u, but was only for the basket, and he would not live up the pots, they brought him and (hem to the Town
October 5, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
OCTOBER 5, 1539.

OCTOBER 5, 1539.

Wednesday la»t,» Urge and commodious C&- rhaoel recently erected in htalybnd/je, was delAv the Rev. Dr. Bri re s, listed by name- body of his clergy. An eloquent and impresfe sernion was delivered by Dr. Wiseman, who is ■aallv distinguished for literary acquirements, and liberal
October 5, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Imports from the 24M to the SOM Sept,, inclusive.

Imports from the 24M to the SOM Sept,, inclusive.

Wheat. Oau. Bailey. Malt. Beana. Peas. Oatm. qrs. ore. qn. qra. qrs. qn. loads. English 657 1804 37 630 140 138 IrisTi 1228 2256 64 10 1214 Foreign 19996 1220 1293 210 2745 Runcorn, Ireland English Flour, 55 sacks; Irish, 615; Foreign, 6958 bis.; Runcorn, (Ireland) —. Hull, Octo
October 5, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ftntrrpettUriit. SHEFFIELD, SATURDAY, OCT. 5,1839. The Corn Laws and the Currency. —That fearful accummulation of national disasters, the fruit of

ftntrrpettUriit. SHEFFIELD, SATURDAY, OCT. 5,1839. The Corn Laws and the Currency. —That fearful accummulation of national disasters, the fruit of

a profligate government, which led to the suspension of specie payments, in 1797. has ever been regarded as beacon for succeeding generations. Not only was the fact of that suspension humiliating in itself, but it led to a long train of future difficulties, which have been surmo
October 5, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD AN© ROTHfifttlAM INDEPENDENT^.

SHEFFIELD AN© ROTHfifttlAM INDEPENDENT^.

is not all. A similar statement might be made in relation to Rice, Indigo, Hemp, Oils, Wool, Tea, Drags, Dye staff, &c. Besides, it is to remembered that the custom of Great Britain for the slave-grown cotton and tobacco of the United States is the main support of slavery there;
October 5, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Business gtrtrrtssed. .«_. Tbe Genuine Centenary Medals. p &K. KETTLEWELL, Watchmakers, L • Jewellers, and Silversmiths, 157, Briggate, beg re-

Business gtrtrrtssed. .«_. Tbe Genuine Centenary Medals. p &K. KETTLEWELL, Watchmakers, L • Jewellers, and Silversmiths, 157, Briggate, beg re-

ptfully to inform the Wesleyan Methodist Society, that they re been appointed sole Agents to the Leeds Circuit for the toly of those Medals selected by the late Conference, and issued pie General Centenary Commitee, Manchester. An early Ap- lation is requested, ?? for Silver Med
October 5, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HORTICULTURE.

HORTICULTURE.

It has been well said, that in the conduct of a retreat effected in the face of powerful and victorious enemy, an opportunity afforded to the general for a far greater exhibition of his skill than when leading his victorious army, flushed with success, eager of glory, and confid
October 5, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
GREAT PROTESTANT MEETING.

GREAT PROTESTANT MEETING.

The grout county meeting the l>role»tants of South Lancashire and Cheshire, under the direction of the Liverpc» , Manchester, Wigan. Warrington, and coaj"«"W tiie Protestant Association of the two counties, was Manchester, on Thursday afternoon, the theatre-roj of that town. mbl
October 5, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
GAME CERTIFICATES.

GAME CERTIFICATES.

Yorkshire Gazette. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1830. The publication of the lists Game Certificates, well as other Government advertisements, having been withheld from and from other Conservative journals, ever since the Whigs came into office, so inconvenience his been experienced, th
October 5, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England