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REGISTRATIONS

REGISTRATIONS

MIDDLESEX Before Mr. Coventry.) Yesterday' ?? p ?? ltt *nd Mr. Gregory were objected (o Radicals. The parties claimed for a nioiet c in fhvtuteyrAact, Mr. Coppock said fcfl should show by evidence that the rents for these premises ?? i.eceivedby Mr. Bigg, the soli- citor, and th
October 16, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
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?? (Abridged ord Chronicle.) 0 FEMALE. / i ' was tried before 1. M. i of age, described as a la- , I . n jacket, was indicted . Under the nth „ for feloniously taking away J Vary rs, from the Custody i '■' ber father, v 1 nowlcdge or consent. Mr. Knox rtl.e prosecution, which, he
October 19, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

Col. Wyndham's hounds will meet on Wednesday at Gmnber Common ; Friday, at Phillis Wood— at half-past 11. The Fivehcad harriers, on Fiiday, at Staple Hill — at 10. The Brookside harriers, on Thursday, at Telescombc Tye— at half-past 10. The Bodenham hounds, on Thursday, at Sutto
October 15, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
[No. 4780. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1839 PfclCE sd.]

[No. 4780. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1839 PfclCE sd.]

October 15, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TRADE REPORT.

TRADE REPORT.

Monday Evening. To-day there was not much passing in the commercial markets, but things wore rather a more steady appearance. The Imports at. the Custom House were not heavy, but the articles were important, comprising East and West India produce. Tea is still much inquired afte
October 15, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ST. C'EORGE-T-TE-MARTYR, SOUTHWARK

ST. C'EORGE-T-TE-MARTYR, SOUTHWARK

In the course of the proceedings before the board on Wednesday night several applications for out-door relief were made, and among^' them was a person from Chcs- lmnt, who applied for temporary assistance in consequence of being out of work, his wife having only been confined ;
October 18, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CORONERS' INQUESTS,

CORONERS' INQUESTS,

The Prerogatives of the Coroner. — Yesterday evening a jury, composed of some of the parochial officers of the parish of Bcthn.il Green, was impanelled before Mr. Raker, at the Nelson's Head, Nelson-street, Hackney fur the purpose of proceeding with an inquiry relative to the de
October 18, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
VINNER TO THE CHANCELLOR OF THE.EXCHEQUER.

VINNER TO THE CHANCELLOR OF THE.EXCHEQUER.

V INNER TO THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER. Portsmouth, Oct. 17. Last evening a dinner upon a large scale was given at the Beneficial Society's Hall, Portsea, to the Right Hon. F. Ba- ring, M.!\ fortius borough, to celebrate the return of thai gentleman at the last election for P
October 18, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Printed and published ftt the Office, New Rj" i^tetA friars, London, by Cuari.ES Bai-DWiK, ?? f \W> Bridgo. tr-et, aforesaid,

Printed and published ftt the Office, New Rj" i^tetA friars, London, by Cuari.ES Bai-DWiK, ?? f \W> Bridgo. tr-et, aforesaid,

on Friday, O.i
October 18, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE INTELLIGENCER.

THE INTELLIGENCER.

HUNSLET OPERATIVE CONSERVATIVE SOCIETY. On Monday evening, the firat pnblic dinner of the Hunslet operative Conservative Society took place at the house of Mr. John Carbutt, the Punch Bovri Inn, Hunslet, when upwards of a hundred members and friends of the Society sat down to an
October 19, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England