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COUNTY FIRE OFFICE, AND PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE. WILLIAM BOYES, of Stony Stiatford, being appointed succeed William Day, Agent to those

COUNTY FIRE OFFICE, AND PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE. WILLIAM BOYES, of Stony Stiatford, being appointed succeed William Day, Agent to those

old established and popular Insurance Companies, THE COUNTY FIRE OFFICE, and PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE, begs leave to invite the attention of the public to their proposals, under the full persuasion that those Offices afford to the public, solid and important advantages which are no
October 5, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
LOCAL FAIRS and MARKETS.

LOCAL FAIRS and MARKETS.

EXETER MARKETS.—This Day. Cattle.—There was upon the whole good supply cattle at market this morning. There were two pretty large lots of fat beef from Bridgewater offered by dealers, but from having bees purchased at high prices, sums were demanded which buyers he* would not gi
October 5, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

AFFAIRS THE EAST. Thp'following is extract a letter from an officer serving with Sir Robert Stopford's squadron : Bay, entrance of the Dardanelles, Aug. 26. The steamer arrived from Alexandria on Tuesday last, to which she had been sent With dispatches concerning the Pacha Egypt
October 5, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
GENERAL AGRICULTURAL REPORT for SEPTEMBER.

GENERAL AGRICULTURAL REPORT for SEPTEMBER.

Scarcely within th* recollection of the oldest farmer has the weather proven more unfavourable for the ingathering the crops, particularly from about the Kith to the 23m1, during 'which peVW scarcely day elapsed on which were not visited unusually heavy showers ot rain, accompan
October 5, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS.

REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS.

Mr. Falconer, sitting as Revising Barrister for the Tower Hamlets,, having bean called upon to decide whether the non-payment urn Registration shilling was a disqualification, said he perfectly comcmed in laid down in recent publication on the and Registration of Parliamentary E
October 5, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LADY FLORA HASTINGS. To the Editor of the Times. Sir, —Having carefully considered the extraordinary publication given to the world

LADY FLORA HASTINGS. To the Editor of the Times. Sir, —Having carefully considered the extraordinary publication given to the world

the Marquis Hastings in the Morning l'ost of the 1 itli inst., I feel it necessary, injustice to Lady Portman, lay before the public only few observations this painful subject Lady is called " The Accuser." Lady never originated any accusation agaiust Lady Flora Hastings, but ha
October 5, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
NOTICES. The " Lines" by H. R. are not exactly suited to the columns a newspaper. On some other subject

NOTICES. The " Lines" by H. R. are not exactly suited to the columns a newspaper. On some other subject

we should be liappy to insert his contributions. To Advertisers. —It is particularly requested that Advertisements intended for insertion in the Chronicle may, whenever practicable, be sent the Office on or before Thursday. Second Edition. —A Second Edition this Payer, containin
October 5, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
OXFORD, SATURDAY, Oct. 5.

OXFORD, SATURDAY, Oct. 5.

The following gentlemen have heen admitted into Holy Orders by the Bishop of Llandaff: TKIESTS. Rev. W. Evans, Curate of Coyty. Rev. W, P. Lewis, Curate Llanvair, Moumoutlishire. Rev. J. W. Morgan, Curate Kglwysilan. Rev. E. Evans, 8.A., St. John's. Cambridge. Rev. E. Jenkins, C
October 5, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
VIOLATE SECRECY.-A GENTLEMAN.

VIOLATE SECRECY.-A GENTLEMAN.

. » L/U-jv'*'- '° ' eaTe England, desiros the acquaintance ''ke young Woman of domestic habits and an ; with a view to a MATRIMONIAL She must not object to a warmer climate. ' »erv enia appearance, and undoubted character, 'tim disposed to make a wife happy. His fortune »r ' (Pf
October 5, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BIRD’S BANKRUPTCY.

BIRD’S BANKRUPTCY.

Price 1«. 6i1., bound in cb th, rook ENOCH IMIOPHET. Tn,,l R V JOHN TY. HUWrI.TON IN STAeL.TON, CUMBeaeAKII. Ca.i.i.lk : PuWi.hrJ Sea..- Hatcoa... NON, Paeadilly ; aa.l L, G. Seei.ev, Fleet-itr.et, Lan Jan. Dedicated, by Permission, to l>U Grace the Duke Dcvon.hlrt one nilsome c
October 5, 1839 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England