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NUBWICa: PRINTED AND SOLD ST

NUBWICa: PRINTED AND SOLD ST

NUBWICa: PRINTED AND SOLD JOHN STACY, GENTLEMEN)? WALK, HAYMARKET, WHERE KAY ALSO SB BAD VARIETY OF OIHERHARiINQ ACCOUNT BOOKS, By Freeman, Swlnborne, Haddoo, & others. London; By Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans. WINE SPIRIT VAULTS, NEAR THE POST OFFICE, NORWICH. J. JR.
October 19, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
the feeUon of the mo«t llrelf broke end the humane •fderroao havlnj prepared hlßl wood. ®“ Se dITMrKI ete relraw

the feeUon of the mo«t llrelf broke end the humane •fderroao havlnj prepared hlßl wood. ®“ Se dITMrKI ete relraw

from the resident msglstrate obstruction »he »plditf of the djToarlng followed his good work send log him toaolraent. and Wjtblnthe time mentions, the outfitter rig him for the voyage, which cost him Chow redo • 10/. Ml. and was short time afterwards the Ufc lost br p'aC'd board
October 19, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
JOHN MEEDJER, CATTLE DROVER, HEMPNALL, NORFOLK. JT Begs to infqao bis Friends and the • • Public, ivicinity of Lodduo,

JOHN MEEDJER, CATTLE DROVER, HEMPNALL, NORFOLK. JT Begs to infqao bis Friends and the • • Public, ivicinity of Lodduo,

&c. &c. that intends TOroraencing in the above basiDest, from and after Christmas, 1839, and hopes by rare and attention to merit a share of their support. (5<3S N.8.-T0 LONDON EVERT FORINtBHT.
October 19, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
TURNPIKE ROAD, from Sunderland near the Sea. in the Count? of ' Duri an, to the Cit? of Durham. RAINTON

TURNPIKE ROAD, from Sunderland near the Sea. in the Count? of ' Duri an, to the Cit? of Durham. RAINTON

GATE. WHEREAS, the TOLLS arising at the Toll Gate npon the said Road called or known the of Rainton Cate, and the Chock Gates connected therewith, were lately put to L»*t; but a proportionav rent not being offcml for the s'-me,— NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the'said Tolls will b
October 19, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
C'IOPY of a Letter, from Herbert Mato, Esq., E.R-S., Senior Surgeon Middlesex Hospital, and I'rofeiotor of Anatomy ami Paihology, King'*

C'IOPY of a Letter, from Herbert Mato, Esq., E.R-S., Senior Surgeon Middlesex Hospital, and I'rofeiotor of Anatomy ami Paihology, King'*

College, Ixjndon, &c. &c. “ To Thoma* ilol/uvxtp* Em/." ••Si*,—Will you excucc this tufomuil answer I The OINTMENT. which you tent m* ha*be«-nuf usein *u. the ra*e*ln which I have tried it—send me, ii you please, more, iu few day** time— I have enough for the present.—Your'* tru
October 19, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
MISCELLANEA.

MISCELLANEA.

mny l»c sure that when we rare our sin* and and turn unto Hod with all our hoarta cani'**tly, that will turn liitnaclf to us, and shew hhusclf lovlns Culkt. UdwirH, understand faith; by fruit pood works; as the flower or blossom l»cforc fruit, is faith Itcforc good works: so nei
October 19, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
MOUNT S T. HERXARH MONASTERY

MOUNT S T. HERXARH MONASTERY

MOUNT T. HERXARH MONASTERY perceivo the following letter the last muuher of the LirrrpoU Journal THK CATttOLKS TIIK NORTH OF KNOI.ANU. Mv hk.ui i'iiriistun Jk-forc n*tiviiif» to M*»unt St. Homan l.mm)ilinroiißli, l.ei«*f*»tcr«hlrf, I cannot hut convey you wanneat >;ratitmle for t
October 19, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

At Oatcshrad, Inst, the wlfo of Mr L. Haflc, of a son. At Hctton-lc-Ho'e, 11th inst, the wife of Mr J. W. Day, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. In Newcaalle. »tSt. John's. lately, Robert Moor, of Killing worth. Mia< Margaret Dobson. ofLysdon; Andrew's. inst. fleorge Haves, to Miss Sara
October 19, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
LORO DURHAM'S REPORT. j HESPOXSIBLF. OOVKHNMKVT. I f Ca/KHta J*q*irrr. Aug H.-t ■».) T1..9 Rci'ort, both a«« its author, it*

LORO DURHAM'S REPORT. j HESPOXSIBLF. OOVKHNMKVT. I f Ca/KHta J*q*irrr. Aug H.-t ■».) T1..9 Rci'ort, both a«« its author, it*

own worth. (I it l.n« l,.a. »Bi) filtuK! raevittble «m--iiqivni««to nriti.h North Arooica, is must singularly cminput tlocnmcut. .... . . . Its author, for in his own |>orson an cmmait «hc three great I'rinriplo*. whu-h so •-ntifullv and the Constitution and (.o- A-omment of Eng
October 19, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.)

(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.)

The source of the dissatisfaction, and consequent disposition to censure the policy and acts of government, indulged in by a section of Reformers, appears to us to be an overweening attachment to abstract principles—to what in other circumstances of the body politic would he str
October 15, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England