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MONTHLY REPORT OF THE SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE.

MONTHLY REPORT OF THE SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE.

IMONT'HLY REPOIt'I' OF i'I' SOCIE'I'Y FOR PROMO'1'ING CHRISTlIlAN KNQWVLEDGE. ae ?? V. ?? U, MILDOIAISIJNI V Y ir,. ie At the genera I meeting of the society, held on Tues. y day, the 1st of Octobev, 1839, a letter was read from tie the Rev. W. Dodswortl, requesting that the noti
October 15, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
jR,\NGH AM andDERB Y JUNCTION! ' W 14th I; ;T* Al ,_ ei ' at ?? of Times for Starting,

jR,\NGH AM andDERB Y JUNCTION! ' W 14th I; ;T* Al ,_ ei ' at ?? of Times for Starting,

on MON- ■•.in of October, 183J). •ftorn Birn.- 30^ 5 0F DEPARTURE :— H ?? rmiD eham. From Derby. ft ?? 4-*_ _v* H. M, .10 S «n."rnin ß 8t • 8 0 niorning ■M n ?? tco I i *11 30 ditto **5 4". 2-_ mo < m 9 2 15 afternoon 40 dl «o 5 t • 4 15 ditto H v SUNDAY TRAINS. *7 1 a ?? • 1 H
October 15, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE KIXUSTRIES.

THE KIXUSTRIES.

■ (From the Dublin Packet of Saturday.) had another victory at Balbriggin, another of the holds of the enemy, in the county of Dublin, on Thursday. Tho Conservatives aro manfully doing their duty, and the poor people, heretofore the dupes of the agitation, are also doing their d
October 15, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR. _ , ,Ml

COURT CIRCULAR. _ , ,Ml

The Duke of Cambridge, attended by C °^ m bis * came to Cambridge House yesterday morn' 11 ? j-^i sidence at Kew. His Royal Highness returned the evening. ?? The Duchess of Gloucester went yesterday to visited the Duchess of Cambridge. ?? 1 William Allen had an interview with th
October 15, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
REST AND SUSSEX HOPS. Henrj llrurj REGS to inform his Friends and Ihe Public* that VESSELS WILL SAIL DAILY during

REST AND SUSSEX HOPS. Henrj llrurj REGS to inform his Friends and Ihe Public* that VESSELS WILL SAIL DAILY during

the ensuing HOP SEASON, passing, invariably the short and safe passage through the Thames and Medway Canal; and all Hops entrusted to his rare will landed, as usual, at Hay's Wharf, and Kent and Sussex Wharf Borough. H.D had the exclusive honor, about years since, of intro, duri
October 15, 1839 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
The Reading Roam,

The Reading Roam,

intends resuming it on bis own account, and trusts by the superior accommodation afforded, with ample of Daily Papers and other Periodical?, shall receive continuance that support Inch it will ever his ambition and desire merit. To th® Reading Room £1 11s. per ann. the Reading R
October 15, 1839 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Extract of a Letter dated Rath, 16M Oct., 1837.

Extract of a Letter dated Rath, 16M Oct., 1837.

I happy in being able to bpar testimony the excellence of your preparation. I have made a point of making minute enquiries, and the result has been, in the generality of instances, such as place your Occult. Logenges in the list of the first-rate Cough Medicine egtant. (Signed)
October 15, 1839 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
TONBRIDGE WELLS.

TONBRIDGE WELLS.

A public meeting was held on Monday last, M the me* hotel, for the | nrpoae of forming auxiliary society in ol the Newfoundland and North America Education Society. The Kev. J. N. Pearson was in the chair, and the meeting iad (rested great length Samuel Codner, Kmj. Dartmouth, w
October 15, 1839 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE LATE LADY FLORA HASTINGS.

THE LATE LADY FLORA HASTINGS.

Sir James Clark presents his compliments to the Editor of the Morning Herald, and will feel obliged by his publishing the accompanying statement. Cieorge-street, Tuesday Evening, Oct. 8, 1839. SIR JAMES CLARK’S STATEMENT OF THE CASE OF ■{HE LATE LADY FLORA HASTINGS So long fis t
October 15, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

The general annual meeting of the Rochester and Chatham Horticultural Society, was held at the Guildhall, Rochester, Thursday last, to elect a committee and officers for the ensuing year, and to receive the Treasurer s account. Colonel Sir Wm. Warre in the chair. From the report
October 15, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England