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eat Os Saturday spwards d WO were esidnwed is the rabdiss, the asMdr.l Welorbei. =giwham was the Deft ROW Vartsesser

eat Os Saturday spwards d WO were esidnwed is the rabdiss, the asMdr.l Welorbei. =giwham was the Deft ROW Vartsesser

Lard Prises biota to hY sstate is Ludic into with sessnd with *, pmassairse at Usk SON sad this establish el Shim It that dna • midge. mod that the emir ralsred. Ches.-1U ninlisrsq in tit* House la. Ind Y the Omuta. with M Moak ant. La what. Tuesday, rime sew wheat at A. IL A9l
October 15, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Wholes*lnh i'iifui, llolsentlen, Kent. A TEAM OF flUFtltlOlt CAIIT HORSES, COIFS, SADDLE HOCS, AND IKIBBANDHV TACELIKO. To B S blA'>

Wholes*lnh i'iifui, llolsentlen, Kent. A TEAM OF flUFtltlOlt CAIIT HORSES, COIFS, SADDLE HOCS, AND IKIBBANDHV TACELIKO. To B S blA'>

AUCTION, ill/ Mr/ tItSORGK THOMAS, THtrnsbAv, 'Jlrh of Ociobek, 18:19, the premises, l*y order the ot'tlie late Mr. John Win ik, ileceaseil, the Farm bail)" lei, ALL and DEAD FARMING STOCK, consisting 4 youn£ active carthorses, saddle horse, good cows in calf, and :3 large shoot
October 15, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
AND WA “

AND WA “

AND WA RE’S WHITEHAVEN ADVERTISER. Age 65 to £l2 01
October 15, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. WHITEHAVEN GRAIN MARKET. OCT. 10

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. WHITEHAVEN GRAIN MARKET. OCT. 10

The supplies of foreign grain continue pieiiy regular, and the prices without variation. Dantzic wheat may be quoted at 30s to 32s per bushel ; red foreign wheat at to 30s ; old lorcign bailey at 16s to 17s. Our market was pretty fanly supplied witti home giown grain ot all kind
October 15, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
LAND HILL.

LAND HILL.

NATIONAL TRlßrrn TO MR. ROW- Tiie idea of presenting this gentleman with some acknowledgment for his labour in originating and perfecting the invaluable improvement in the commercial and social intercourse of the country, which his scliemc Penny Postage is destined to accomplish
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DONCASTER LYCEUM.

DONCASTER LYCEUM.

Tina Institution was founded for the diffusion of knowledge among the people, and its founders contemplated the following departments—a library, reading room, museum, and lectures, papers and essays. The latter to be on all subjects but controversial divinity, and party politics
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TO THE CHARTISTS.

TO THE CHARTISTS.

Tot' punt, and do !, that Univeisal Suffrage, or the title to vote lor Members of Parliament, is tounded on the piinciple of natural rights. Thus, all the human rare are bom with equal natural rights, the right the Suffrage is an inevitable inference from our natural rights. The
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
iiru. corn wiKKi.r

iiru. corn wiKKi.r

Ocr. Thi - UUrr rnd of i>*l U'.lav.»ir.iMr, M .| m, M rrm.iiimloiit. Since l.«>! I'ite*il;ty .ilr>tit hi.iim uiurtm liar*- fruui Imiiil. t in- tiaile UiicuU. anil beat ■•hi acarvrljr Mi|i|tn(|» curmicv. .mi ‘art M W.-U a« all ■.r-eri|iti<>n» ul new l> •.»» |«-r 41. eliraper. and
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WEST INDIES.

WEST INDIES.

By the Priraf packet further advices have been received fiom Jamaica the IMh September The atill continued la spread, and had given rise to much angry vituperation against the Governor on account of hit intemperate accusation against the inhabitants of the island having employed
October 15, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
LAST CENTURY.

LAST CENTURY.

Richard Bentley, New Burlington street, (Publisher in Ordinary to her Majesty.) IS MAJESTY the EMPEROR of AUSTRIA, having AUTHORISED and GUARANTEED several DISTRIBUTIONS of MONEY PREMIUMS, which (though they ate NO LOTTERIES) offer many possibilities of obtaining LARGE FORTUNES,
October 15, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England