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NEWCASTLE SESSIONS.

NEWCASTLE SESSIONS.

On Wednesday last, these sessions sere hld in the Guildhall isefore George HutLon Wilkinson, Esq. Re- corder. He was accompanied on the bench by the Uight Worshipful Jobhn Fife, EBq. sl4ayor,. W. B. Proc. tor, Esq. SherAF, ind Alderinen ltidley and-Dunv, The following geltlemern
October 18, 1839 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE WRECK OF THE NORTHERN YACHT.

THE WRECK OF THE NORTHERN YACHT.

THE WRECK OF THE NORTHERN i~ - -- ACHT. i A Committee of the House of Commons was appoint- ed last session to enquire into the causes of the accidents to steam vessels. A great-mass of valuable information has been thus collected, to which we intend hereafter to advert. In the me
October 18, 1839 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE, OCT. 18.

NEWCASTLE, OCT. 18.

NEWCA.SE, OCT. 78. Thc llamlburglh Correspolident publisbes a lette- from VicnneB, which states that a ?? CXi6s be tween i1%.rnball Soult and Lord Palumgltmo, by which it was agreed that inl case Don Carlos delivered him- self up eihelr to the Englisl fleet or a French authiori-
October 18, 1839 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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
 
jOrttalt IRlttligtriet.

jOrttalt IRlttligtriet.

QPAIN.—We are enabled to announce that t wo countries have left Bourges for the head-quart:ls of Cabrera and of the Count d'Espagne, conveying to these two chiefs a positive order from Don Carlos to dismiss their followers, and to desiet front all further enterprises against the
October 18, 1839 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
c!) lit 86( fU:ttl t.. t u all*

c!) lit 86( fU:ttl t.. t u all*

lit 86( fU:ttl t u OR GENERAL ADVERTISING CHRONICLE FOR THE PRINCIPALITY. A aurs.AD Vol.. B.—No. 405.] CARMARTHEN, FRIDAY, OCT. 18, 1839.
October 18, 1839 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
A man was committed to prison at Liverpool, on Friday, for stabbing another in • fight. It is said that' the crime of stabbing in Liverpool has fearfully

A man was committed to prison at Liverpool, on Friday, for stabbing another in • fight. It is said that' the crime of stabbing in Liverpool has fearfully

A man was committed to prison at Liverpool, on Friday, for stabbing another in • fight. It said that' the crime of stabbing in Liverpool has fearfully increased.' The Bishop of Exeter held his triennial visitation at Honiton on Monday. He delivered an eloquent charge to the clerg
October 18, 1839 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Co auction, BY MESSRS. WHITE AND SON, On the Premises. No. 5, ALEXANDRINA TERRACE, on WEDNESDAY. October 23d. instead Monday.

Co auction, BY MESSRS. WHITE AND SON, On the Premises. No. 5, ALEXANDRINA TERRACE, on WEDNESDAY. October 23d. instead Monday.

: the 21st, as previously advertised, (where they are re- moved for the convenience of Sale,) Valuable Collection of Effects; the genuine Property cf a Gentleman leaving this part cf t'ae Country:— comprising assemblage Richly-plated Wares, 1 Silver Plate of the most superior de
October 19, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
THE WOOL AND INDIGO TRADE.

THE WOOL AND INDIGO TRADE.

?? —.10- i ?? London, Thursilay Eveninu. The public sales of Wool of which due notice has been riven commenced this afternoon, to a very numerous assemblage of the trade. Messrs Simes and Co., opened the sales with about 1,13b bales of Australian, and Van Dieman's Land Wools. Th
October 19, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
I TO THE EDITOR OE TIIE STANDARD.

I TO THE EDITOR OE TIIE STANDARD.

New Bridge-street, Blackfriars, Oct, 17, 1839. Sir, — Observing in several of the daily newspapers of tl.c Bth instant an extract of a letter, dated the 16th of April j last, describing the colony of New Soutli Wales as being 1 in a most deplorable state, with the prospect of al
October 17, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England