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NEWGIITE AND Monday, Oct. 14. An unusally large quantity of slaughtered meat has arrived hither since our last report from

NEWGIITE AND Monday, Oct. 14. An unusally large quantity of slaughtered meat has arrived hither since our last report from

Sc dlaird and the north or England; but, owing to the prevailing warm weather. nearly, or quire, the whole of it has c,;me to hand in had condition, in con4equence of whichthe trade has ruled heavy and the pricer In most instances. have.suffered a considerable decline. On Sa• tu
October 15, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEW ADVEILTISEDICENTS. • COLONIAL SECItETAHY's OFFICE, 15th October, 1839. • IT is requested, that all persons desirous of mi. gratilog,

NEW ADVEILTISEDICENTS. • COLONIAL SECItETAHY's OFFICE, 15th October, 1839. • IT is requested, that all persons desirous of mi. gratilog,

will, for the future, call at this Office on Mondays or Fridays, between the hours of twevle and three o'cloci. CENTRAL bCHOOLS. • lIIHE COMMITTEE having resolved at their last meeting, to request the Clergy of the Island, to visit the Schools weekly in rotation, and to report o
October 15, 1839 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
VETCHES, per 601bs --- a

VETCHES, per 601bs --- a

OATS, per 451bs. English and Scotch Potato • . - a - Wicklow and Newry ..... . 3 Ba 3 10 Derry and Dundalk 3 6 a 3 8 Dublin and Drogheda Waterford, Youghal, and Cork - a - Limerick, Slim) Westport, , -. a ••••••••• amm• and Ballina . Foreign, under lock EARLEY. English malting,
October 15, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
LIVERPOOL SHARE MARKET, Saturday.

LIVERPOOL SHARE MARKET, Saturday.

There has been more activity, this week, in our Share market; and the business done in Railways has been at improved rates, though, towards the close of the market, the advance on some line. was barely supported. The Liverpool and Manchester has been sold at 187; Grand Junctions
October 15, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
I SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -....- SUNDAY, Ocroamt 13.—Wind S.E., moderate. Arrived :—Superb, It, Pernambuco. .Cornwall Dowsey, Newfoundland Eugene. Perrie, and Auguste,

I SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -....- SUNDAY, Ocroamt 13.—Wind S.E., moderate. Arrived :—Superb, It, Pernambuco. .Cornwall Dowsey, Newfoundland Eugene. Perrie, and Auguste,

Kirkhove, Ostend. .Leopold Gorling. Antwerp—Orwell, Danzig.. Josepha. Quebec..Salanum, Gibb, St. Martin's. Ireland:—Wm. Penn, Clarke, Waterford. 'Victoria, Aberdeen, and Mermaid. Hearne, Newry. .Ocean, Pile, and John 31` Adana, Cork.. Finn M'Coull, Hutcheson, Dundalk. .Irishman,
October 15, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
THE MtraTrA.—lt is understood, that the 'staffs of the Militia are about to he inspected, with a view to the

THE MtraTrA.—lt is understood, that the 'staffs of the Militia are about to he inspected, with a view to the

discharge of such men as may be found inefficient; it being intended to re-organize this force in the early part of next year. JtrwElitr.E 'framiTs.—We understand, that Sir Hussey Vivian, Master-general of the Ordnance. has dismissed fifteen senior students from the Royal Milita
October 15, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
alone, would in a s great majority of cases indicate what was feared, and not the singular state of disease

alone, would in a s great majority of cases indicate what was feared, and not the singular state of disease

revealed after the death of Lady Flora, I felt it my duty, considering the very 'peculiar responsibility which attached to me, to confide the doubt which was in my own mind to those who had a right to demand my real opinion, and who, I felt assured, could not use it in a manner
October 15, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
TIIR MORNING HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15

TIIR MORNING HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15

OMNIBUS ABUSE. Mn. EDITOR,—The commissioners at Somerset House for granting licences to omnibuses have, at their last licensing day, conferred a boon on the proprietors of these vehicles, which is a most serious impediment to the comfort and convenience of the public, and of whi
October 15, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
In small price Ss 6d in hoards, THE CHURCH of ROME in her PRIMITIVE PURITY, compared with the CHURCH of

In small price Ss 6d in hoards, THE CHURCH of ROME in her PRIMITIVE PURITY, compared with the CHURCH of

ROME at the PRESENT DAY; being a candid Examination of her Claims to Universal Dominion. Adsiressed, In the spirit of Christian kindness, to the Roman Hierarchy. By JOHN HENRY HOPKINS, D.D.,Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church In the Diocese of Vermont, U. S. First London E
October 15, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Just published, by the Protestant Association, No. 2, Exeter Hall, and Seeley', Fleet-street. THE DANGER of ATTENDING POPISH CHAPELS. By

Just published, by the Protestant Association, No. 2, Exeter Hall, and Seeley', Fleet-street. THE DANGER of ATTENDING POPISH CHAPELS. By

JOHN BRADFORD, Martyr. With Introduction by the Rev. EDW. BICKERSTETH. Price 53 per 100, or 423 per 1,000. The REPEAL of the POPISH EMANCIPATION ACT. By the Author of" The Progress of Popery." Price 2d, or 122 per 100. ELEANOR, the IRISH CONVERT. Fourth Thousand, 2d, or 12s per
October 15, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England