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WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, BY EXPRESS.

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS. .™DAY. Oct. 18, 183!). Our supply of heat .• large, and prices hare declined 2s. per qr. from the rates of this day week Sa ' Bnd are Is. per qr. V " ,s scare, ly fetch so much money. Beans without alteration. RIVALS tints 1 P«« » "Ms Tares 40 | Seed | Shelling 1,363
October 19, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

EHMOUTH, Oct. 17, 1339.-Arrived— lhe Flora, from London. Alice, Widicombe, from Teignmouth. Friends, Letton, from Neath - . Owner's Goodwill, Barrett, from Plymouth. Rose, Webber, from Falmouth. Express, Spier, from London.— Reward, Weeks, from Stockton. Brandy, irtrum, John and
October 19, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SUICIDE.

SUICIDE.

(From the Spectator.) There riot a vice more characteristic of the age. nor a more fruitful cause of self-destruction, than that ignoble vanity which places in worldly appearance all its honour or all its shame. Thin is that vulgar-spirited class pridethat wretched scramble for
October 17, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SPLENDID RECEPTION OF M.DE RUMIGNY IN SPAIN.

SPLENDID RECEPTION OF M.DE RUMIGNY IN SPAIN.

SPLENDID RECEPTION OF M. DE RUMIGNY IN SPAIN. (From the Cha r i var ;.) (Scene— the road from Rayonne to Madrid ) Rumigny, ambassador to the King of the French, is travelling post through an ardent population and equally ardent post-houses. M. de Rumigny—This a wonderful thing. I
October 17, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MELANCHOLY FATALITY AT FLIXTON.

MELANCHOLY FATALITY AT FLIXTON.

The celebration of the annual wakes at this village, during the present week, has led to a very painful occurrence, —the death of a respectable young mau, named Lawrence Whatmough, 23 years of age, an inhabitant of that place, who had lately commenced business as a wheelwright.
October 19, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
QUARTERLY MEETING FOR THE EXAMINATION OF CONSTABLES' ACCOUNTS.

QUARTERLY MEETING FOR THE EXAMINATION OF CONSTABLES' ACCOUNTS.

general quarterly meeting of the leypayers of the township Manchester was held, pursuant to public advertisement, on Wednesday last, at the Town Hall. There was a very numerous attendance, about 200, gentlemen being present, it being stated in the advertisement that a propositio
October 19, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FORfine WINTER SEED WHEAT, apply to DAVID Cock-gates, Hyde's-cross. ' . COAL AND LIME.—ANTHRICITE or STONE COAL, from Swansea, uescnption

FORfine WINTER SEED WHEAT, apply to DAVID Cock-gates, Hyde's-cross. ' . COAL AND LIME.—ANTHRICITE or STONE COAL, from Swansea, uescnption

recommended Dr. Arnott, forth* uja m%Arnott's Stores, maybe had at JOHN KNOVVLES.V*fnI*AVharf. Londonroad. Manchester. Also, the highly-reputed ASTBURY LIME, recommended eminent engineers and architects, for all sorts of water _nd under ground work. Also, BUXTON LIME. WOODHOUSES
October 19, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
feeHd. TO BE the under the ASSEMBLY ROOMS. may be made frjui " , DYE WORKS—TO BE LET. all those

feeHd. TO BE the under the ASSEMBLY ROOMS. may be made frjui " , DYE WORKS—TO BE LET. all those

C.imr.!odin,. nVrj- PREMISES, used for Turkey-red and Messrs. John and Joseph Mocs.fftruatcd V;dc. within two mifesof M»aicbwW»JOTWhxtures. other property, to se«inn may be had.—For further particulars apply Mr. PARKER, the premises.' v.-. FARM TO LET—TO LET, and may be entered
October 19, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE BANK. PROSPECTUSES may Me&srs. MACARDY and SON, 3, Arcade, Town llalrßuntlmgs, King street. FOUND, on Thursday last, a Dark

THE BANK. PROSPECTUSES may Me&srs. MACARDY and SON, 3, Arcade, Town llalrßuntlmgs, King street. FOUND, on Thursday last, a Dark

STALLION GREYnoUND.Ofie>>wfter may have the same, on applying If not , wned within fourteen days, will to defray cxpences GUINEAS REWARD—STOLEN STRAYED, Wednesdp.yJthe 9th instant, from near'Altrincham. Red " fcai-i' with a few ' irev hairs various uartsof who will vsnch informa
October 19, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Suction. Sale in Burlington-street Postponed. MR. FLETCHER begs to announce to the Public that the SALE/of Valuable FURNITURE and EFFECTS,

Suction. Sale in Burlington-street Postponed. MR. FLETCHER begs to announce to the Public that the SALE/of Valuable FURNITURE and EFFECTS,

advertised AUCTION, on ! Tuesday next, the 22d instaarf; occupied Mr. Wm. Josh. Wells, Thirl fngt on -street, Chorltonupon-Medlock, WILL NOT TAKE PLACE. King-street, October 17th, 1839- Sale of Fine Gold Patent Lever Watches; Solid Gold Guard Chains, Without reserve. MR. FLETCHE
October 19, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England