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YORKSHIRE UNION HUNT CLUB MEETING, 1839. All Horses to belong to, and be ridden by, Members ol the Club. STBWABDS.

YORKSHIRE UNION HUNT CLUB MEETING, 1839. All Horses to belong to, and be ridden by, Members ol the Club. STBWABDS.

Sir J. V. B. JOHNSTONE, LEO. THOMPSON, Esq., G. L. FOX, /un., Esq., and W. L. F. SCOTT, Esq WEDNESDAY, October 9th. rHE PONY STAKES of soys. each, p. p , for Ponies not more than hands high ; 10st. each. Mr G. L. Fox, Grace T. F. WhittelTs grey pony, by Ebor Col. Smith's bay pon
October 5, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HASTINGS CORRESPONDENCE.

THE HASTINGS CORRESPONDENCE.

Soon after the recent publication made by the Marquess Hastings of the entire correspondence relating to the Court Conspiracy, by which the Lady Flora Hastings was consigned to a premature grave, it was intimated that Lord Portman had prepared a replication which he intended to
October 5, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CONCERT, ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEWCASTLE. UNDER THE IMMEDIATE AND DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE OK Mrs. BELL, Woolslngton, Mrs. WM. BRANDLING, Low Mrs. DAVIDSON,

CONCERT, ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEWCASTLE. UNDER THE IMMEDIATE AND DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE OK Mrs. BELL, Woolslngton, Mrs. WM. BRANDLING, Low Mrs. DAVIDSON,

Ridley Hall, Mrs. BELL, Fenham, The HIGH SHERIFF of NORTHUMBERLAND, The Right Worshipful the MAYOR of NEWCASTLE, JOHN BRANDLING, Esq. WILLIAM WOODS, Esq. and Lieut.-Colonel BELL, M.F., and the Officers of the Northumberland and Newcastle Yeomanry Cavalrj-. MRS. LEYBOURNE has the
October 5, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE PHILOSOPHY OF LAWYERS' BILLS.

THE PHILOSOPHY OF LAWYERS' BILLS.

THE PHILOSOPHY LAWYERS' BILLS. EXETER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER t, tB3 At the risk being suspected having received refainer to puff the practice Mr. Charles Brutton, solicitor of this ancient city, we have published at full length a report of the 'meeting of the Corporation of the Poor, o
October 5, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EMANCIPATION—THE WEST INDIES.

EMANCIPATION—THE WEST INDIES.

OUR tory contemporaries have never lost an opportunity for calling question the expedience of emancipating tbe slaves in the West Indies, nor have they since that great measure was carried by our reform government, ever lost an opportunity of throwing discredit on the promoters
October 5, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TOTNES.

TOTNES.

The Registration for tbe County came on here Wednesday, before Douglas, Esq. and Frtxherbert, Esq., there was not much matter before the Court, and it did not last above two hours. . --jf, The Registration for the Borough came on on Thursday, when these appeared to support the t
October 5, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TIVERTON.

TIVERTON.

Municipal.—The Mayor and Revising Assessors held a Court on Wednesday, tbe 2nd inst., for the purpose of revising the burgess lists. Several objections were made in the western ward, to the lower order of voters, on account of their being recipients of parochial and charitable r
October 5, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE CORN TRADE AND THE CROPS.

THE CORN TRADE AND THE CROPS.

The following a cony of a circular issued on Wednesday, the Messrs. St urge, Birmingham :— "Birmingham, month, 2nd, 18119. " Since we issued our previous monthly circular, until last week, we have experienced a continuance ot unfavourable weather; more rain has fallen than for m
October 5, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
THE DUKE OF SUSSEX'S MARRIAGE.

THE DUKE OF SUSSEX'S MARRIAGE.

The following extraordinary letter, from the brother the late Lady Murray, appears in The Naval ami Military Gazette Bays'tot, Sept. 10, 1839. Sir, —From your journal of the instant, which I have just read, I copy the following extract—"Sir Augustus i-i'Ks'.e, the son the Duke o
October 5, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
THE HARVEST.

THE HARVEST.

Lancaster.— The weather was beautifully «ne the early part of the week, and a good deal of grain was saved. We rejoice to be enabled to state, that in respect of oats and barley, the grain has not only received no injury, but that it is particularly good in all respects. The whe
October 5, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England