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Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts.

fMByn(0rraV' &Qur!ta1U DO FJROJ1 7(.FSD, Y'S LONDON GAZET.7'. 4 T the Cmurt at Ahldtrjr, thie 3lth day of Septen. ber, 1:C). J't:sent. the Qvetsa o 31votl J'xee A f, lellt ')Njesty in ('yirtic1. Thui, dsv the Iigit I1on. 'Thoiluaua Blhirogton :Lvcauley w*it, be ber Niaieatv nut,
October 7, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HINTS to EMIGRANTS to the AUSTRALIAN PROVINCES.

HINTS to EMIGRANTS to the AUSTRALIAN PROVINCES.

IINTS to EMtIIGRAN'TS to the AUTSTRALIAN P'ROVINC(ElS. I ills. Moan's ?? ll;)T i .1vtrutld not adv-i-s-e ttt etnigranrt Its take ouit ittg 1 4wooden houses to stly of thiuse coslonlies toey will tlout the ait -as tnuch for setting up ais the first cost price. At good id t he tent
October 7, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

I hqerebjrgive Public Notice,-That the next geerttl A QUARER SESION of the PEACE, til, th5 ,,Borough of Poitsmouth, will- be held at ?? se, Room, in and for the said Borough1 ot) Thursday the 10th day of October next, at nine o clock leti the the itoon, when and vwhere the Grand
October 7, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
RIOTS AT GHENT.

RIOTS AT GHENT.

(From the Courrier Beige.) BRUSSELS, Ocl. 3. What is passing at Ghent is evidently produced by the press and its demagogical addresses. This confirms what we have often said, that the press is the first of all powers, since it overthrows all the others. We fear that to the examp
October 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE DEPARTURES.

FASHIONABLE DEPARTURES.

Colonel and Mrs. M.icdonald, for Brighton ; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Courtenay, tor Bedlord-sqnare. Brighton ; Mr. and Lady Charlotte i albot, fir Morgana Park, Glamorganshire ; Sir James Hamlyn Wil- liams, Bart., for Edwiiisford, Carmarthenshire ; Mr. Towneley for l'owneley Hall, L
October 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THK LATK TAMPKRING WITH THK PARISH.REGISTERS, AND STOPPAGE OF THE RECTOR'S.STIPEND.

THK LATK TAMPKRING WITH THK PARISH.REGISTERS, AND STOPPAGE OF THE RECTOR'S.STIPEND.

THK LATK TAMPKRING WITH THK PARISH REGISTERS, AND STOPPAGE OF THE RECTOR'S STIPEND. On Satuiday, at the ordinary weekly meeting of the Mary- ' lebone vestry, Mr. A. Daniel! in the chair, on Mr. Flood, the vestry clerk, announcing; to the vestry that the period had ar- rived for t
October 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
I TntfTANW. _l i

I TntfTANW. _l i

(moM our private coaawws THE LORD LIEUTENANT— THE CL ° N Well ! the meeting of Clonmel Radicals, *- genu* omne, has been held, and a *»"*>' *,'»«''' took place upon Thursday, and after al It txev lowing to get up a dcmonsti ation against L^ and in favour of the " beloved Normali
October 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THK STANDARD. MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7.

THK STANDARD. MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7.

October 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS FROM LIVKRPOOL.

EXPRESS FROM LIVKRPOOL.

Liverpool, Sunday Evenixo, Six o'Clock. LIVERPOOL SHIP MEWS. Saturday, Out. 5. AHHITED. The Sherbrooke, O'Brien, from Maranham; the James Hunt, Bailey, tr.on Grenada ; and the Vigilante, from Gottenl.urg. SAILED. The Mary Ray, for St. Thomas's; the Standard, for Deme- rara ; the
October 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
WHIG AND TORY FINANCE.

WHIG AND TORY FINANCE.

LONDON GAZETTE OF TUESDAY. —»»♦«« THE Right Hon. Thomas BabingtonMacanley was on Monday, by her Maicsty's romraand, sworn of her Majesty’s Most Honourable Council, and took his place at the Board accordingly. Office Ordnance, Sept. Royal Artillery—-Yitti Lieut. John Dcvhaimn, to
October 7, 1839 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England