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CWM COPPER MINING Notice is hereby given, io ■'"j] dertaking, upon which the callriHWr are Mr. JESSE, (the Secretary his

CWM COPPER MINING Notice is hereby given, io ■'"j] dertaking, upon which the callriHWr are Mr. JESSE, (the Secretary his

Princess-street, Manchesteryßn wfore the November next, will be absolutely forfeited, pursuaa conditions and regulations of the company. ——-"**d CWM HEISION AND UNITED LEAD MINEB.«-Njfice * that all SHARES in this undert^rf^pJTwhich now due are not paid to MessrsyßolyOtaiMDn and
October 19, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FURS. IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC. rpHE SHOP at the Corns* of the High Bridge, Grey-Street, has just been opened

FURS. IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC. rpHE SHOP at the Corns* of the High Bridge, Grey-Street, has just been opened

for SELLING OFF a BANKRUPT FURRIER'S STOCK, at about Half the usual Price. The Stock that may remain unsold, must be Removed at the Expiration of One Month, therefore lose no Time ; and Iteware entering theicrong Shop Mistake, for all Connexion with the one Next Door is most dec
October 19, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POETRY. " LETTERS," By James Howell, Esq.—l6s4. Love is the life of Friendship Letter*" are The life of love, the

POETRY. " LETTERS," By James Howell, Esq.—l6s4. Love is the life of Friendship Letter*" are The life of love, the

loadstones that by rare Attraction make souls meet, and melt, and mix. As when by tire exalted gold fix. IMPROMPTU. The following impromptu was written at Hull, by a friend who, calling its subject after his landing a former voyage to the Polar Regions, overcome with fatigue, fo
October 19, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WILBERFORCE'S CALL GREAT BRITAIN. Written after hearing the Address ofthe Rev. Samuel Wilberforce. b-fore a Meeting convened Exeter, Friday 11

WILBERFORCE'S CALL GREAT BRITAIN. Written after hearing the Address ofthe Rev. Samuel Wilberforce. b-fore a Meeting convened Exeter, Friday 11

Oct., 1 *3«, in behalf the Chartered Society for the Propagation of the Foreign Parts, incorporated by a Charter of King William the Tliird, in the year 1701.] Who that hns heard his thrilling eloquence, The tragic truths heathen darkness told, Made doubly dark by England's sin
October 19, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LEICESTER & SWANNINGTON RAILWAY.

LEICESTER & SWANNINGTON RAILWAY.

Trains for passengers leave the West Bridge Station Leicester.for Long Lane, every day (Sundays excepted) In Winter. In Summer. At Eight in the morning Eight in the morning Twelve ditto | Twelve ditto Three in the afternoon Four in the afternoon On Saturdays und fair days lost t
October 19, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
New and Popular Songs. Hurrah for the Sea! Capt. «'. -• ■ •-.r- Klitz Leave for awhile thy own Isle,

New and Popular Songs. Hurrah for the Sea! Capt. «'. -• ■ •-.r- Klitz Leave for awhile thy own Isle,

T. Lsthcriugtou fmU ot (bib edition), ' JbV.. Bailtic C. H. Mariner's Adieu. " Our Bark is ' the waters," ('• D. Sillery, Esq. G. Barker Father's Old Hail, Mrs. C. B. 'Wilson - - BlcwUt Mill Stream, (The, Mary Howitt.. F. K. Barratt Old Times, tit Author tie Ham Tales,; W. Aspui
October 19, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
1/ THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED, frVBITISH AND FOREIGN REVIEW, No. XVIII.. 1. Life Joseph Brant Thayendenegea. 2. Tbe State and

1/ THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED, frVBITISH AND FOREIGN REVIEW, No. XVIII.. 1. Life Joseph Brant Thayendenegea. 2. Tbe State and

tbe Church. 3. The African Slave-Trade. 4. The Corn Trade.—Neapolitan Agriculture, o. The Confessions Thug. 6. The Dismemberment Belgium. 7. Tytier's Reigns of Edward VI. and Mary. 8. Remedial Measures for Ireland. 9. The Homeric Poems. London, R. and J. E. TAYLOR, Red Lion Cour
October 19, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
TITHE-FREE FARMS TO LET. be LET, by Proposal, and Entered upon at Candlemas next. ALL that Tithe-Free FARM, situate at

TITHE-FREE FARMS TO LET. be LET, by Proposal, and Entered upon at Candlemas next. ALL that Tithe-Free FARM, situate at

LOW HALL, in the Parish of Castle Sowerhy, and County of Cumberland, consisting an excellent Dwelling House, with suitable Out Offices, Thrashing Machine, and *2BO Acres, more or less, of Arable and Meadow Land, all lying within a Ring Fence, and within Two Miles of Coal and Lim
October 19, 1839 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
YORKSHIRE UNION HUNT CLUB MEETING.

YORKSHIRE UNION HUNT CLUB MEETING.

Wednesday, Uet. 9.—The Trial Stakes of 20 sovg. each, n ft, lor horses that have never started for any Stake, Match, P.ate, or Sweepstakes, before the day of entry, three year olds lOst, four list Jib, five list slb, six and aged l_*t. Three miles, (ti subs.) Mr a, S. Thompson's
October 19, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
MORECOMB OR MORECAMBE BAY.

MORECOMB OR MORECAMBE BAY.

The hay of Morcamhe a shallow estuary of the sea running tar inland, and completely separating the di-trict Lonsdale North of the !Mn (including Furness), from the rest of the county ot Lancashire. The greatest portion of it dry at "low water—and hence the general name The Sands
October 19, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England