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FAVEKSHAM. October 4th.

FAVEKSHAM. October 4th.

meeting of the Free Dredgers of this town took place on Tuesday lest, in the Town Hall, to consider the propriety of obtaining an Act of Parliament for the future government ol the company. About seventy of the treemen attended on the occasion, fifty f whom concurred in the prop
October 5, 1839 - Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
** Alas!” (ho tender Mother Mid,

** Alas!” (ho tender Mother Mid,

1 have no water, boy. for thee; The urn is by bead, And 1 that spring no mora shall aee; Yet its tweet voice will murmur on. Wbootbou and are lost and gone I will hence to watch and pray— I cannot thee die before roe; Thy aching brow I’ll softly lay Where the palm branches may w
October 5, 1839 - Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The Thames

The Thames

expected to leave London on Wednesday the and may be expected at Falmouth on Friday the 1 llh of October, at noon, for Dublin, taking Goods for Belfast and Liverpool. The Devonshire expected to leave London on Saturday the 12tb, and may be expected at Falmouth on Monday the 14th
October 5, 1839 - Falmouth Express and Colonial Journal - Falmouth, Cornwall, England
 
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October 5, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MR. ED V. An KIN I, acknowledging the distinguished patronag • )r.. wfeeived during the last six yi ars his

MR. ED V. An KIN I, acknowledging the distinguished patronag • )r.. wfeeived during the last six yi ars his

attending .\kinmouth and the surrounding comities, hegs to inihrn) ♦the (ientry and Inhalv.taats g.*i:ernlly, that lie laey again consulted in ad cases relative Detilul and Mechanism, Mr. Prothero’s, Tailor, Agincotirf-sqtnro, where will remain till Saturday the 12di nf October
October 5, 1839 - Monmouthshire Beacon - Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
Shi.ie sweet moon! shine in cloudless light placid smile was ever dear to me ; ° W hv should weep

Shi.ie sweet moon! shine in cloudless light placid smile was ever dear to me ; ° W hv should weep

in this calm, holy night, hen my sad heart almost worship thee. many eye rapture beams thee. Though streaming tears may dim the mourner's gaze— And many heart pours forth sis misery, voiceless woe, beneath thy silvery ravs. sound is heard, save from the distant glen The gush wat
October 5, 1839 - Monmouthshire Beacon - Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Wm. Key, Bread-street, Cheap:i7le.ll7l;e draper. Oct. 14. Nov. Is. at It. at Bastrighall-street. Off. assignee, Mr. Johnson, Basinghall-street; sots. Messrs. Sole. Aldermanbury. Thomas Standage, Chancery-lane. auctioneer. Oct. 10, Nov. H. at It, at Ba. singheli-street. Ott: assi
October 5, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE COMMISSIONERS

THE COMMISSIONERS

> Fiat Bankruptcy bearing date the First day of October, 1838, awarded and inued forth against LIAM ASHMOKE. «( Sheffield, in the County of i Optician, Spectacle Manufacturer, Dealer and Inian, intend to meet the 38th day of October fit. at Eleven in the Forenoon, at the Town Ha
October 5, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NOTES ON NEW BOOKS.

NOTES ON NEW BOOKS.

The MYSTERY UNRAVELLED, or the hureh Defended against the Unnatural Union of Popery, Infidelity, and Political Dissent. A Poem. By William Matthews, an Operative. Smalt Paper 6d. ; Large Paper Is. The author of this pungent Uttle work is a cloth weaver, residing at Stanningley.
October 5, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BOROUGH OF WAKEFIELD REVISION.

BOROUGH OF WAKEFIELD REVISION.

bSSTm^S!?^ *° anno ?™. ment ' the Revising Court for the ?? }c ; Gra y' and Cleasby, held their s^asre.sat"-- of Borougi =«*"* at ?? ?? ° f Leeds ' Messrs Marsden and Messrs Wainwr-__ti n ?S ea ?? d for °» Conservatives, and Badicab.^£i?„ d f 3 Xf ?? ? n . on behalf of the Whig-
October 5, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England