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Gentleman of considerable experience in business, and long accustomed to the road, is desirous of TR EATING - a ROUSE

Gentleman of considerable experience in business, and long accustomed to the road, is desirous of TR EATING - a ROUSE

io want of a REPRESENTATIVE. The highest t ows can be given. Ri n ss, post paid. to A. Z., No. 2. Kitig.square, Goswcll-street. SARACEN'S HEAD OLD COMMERCIAL INN, NEWPORT PAGNELL. OHN CLARKE respectfully informs Commercial Gentlemen and the Public in general that he has taken an
October 21, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ROYAL CLARENCE VICTUALLING YARD, Near Gospart, 15ths October, 1839. ,i NTOTICE ise hcreby ?? ota Thursday the N 31st instant, I shall be ready to receive Tenderso ture Sample of nt ?? ne quat areto h delivered at a, The Contractor twill he requnired to pay the sum of IF, 11.I1hs.
October 21, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF Till.GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS.

SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF Till.GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS.

SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF Till GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS. (From the forthcoming Quarterly Paper.) Consecration of Colonial Bishops. — The church in ihe colonies has recently been strengthened by the erection of mo new episcopal frees, which are formed by a division of the dioc
October 21, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Ac ON. AND HAMS.

Ac ON. AND HAMS.

ON. AND HAMS. CHKRSE. __ iKiubleGloiiceater.cwt. hda .Single ditto .. Cli.'.lure "«*)' •• ,JI. Foreign ditto .. . II»< •■ - New * Middle ‘Os II ams —Irish . '- w Wesliuorelaud York
October 21, 1839 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
IVI Pi; 111 A L AVKRAOES.

IVI Pi; 111 A L AVKRAOES.

IVI Pi; 111 L AVKRAOES. Week ending Wheat Uirley Oats Rye Bean* Peas Sept. y.. .iy 0.. 10.. y.. 42 11 .... ;i» y.. c,.. y.. *8 10.. 21 .... 68 . 7.. 11.. .19 0.. 3. . 42 1 .... . 40 4 . 28 10.. 3.. . 43 h Oct. 5.... 70 4.. 40 8. y.. ;t8 1.. . 41 2 12 .. .. 67 2 .41 2.. 25 9.. 37
October 21, 1839 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
The Suabian Mercury cites, as proof that war is not imminent, passage of a letter from Venice of the lst

The Suabian Mercury cites, as proof that war is not imminent, passage of a letter from Venice of the lst

inst., which states lhat in none of the harbours of the Adriatic is there the slightest speculation in warlike stores of any de* scription. ji
October 21, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
ATTACK ON THE KING OP THE FRENCH.

ATTACK ON THE KING OP THE FRENCH.

On Friday evening, the King and Queen were leading the Tuilerie* for St. Cloud, accompanied by the Princes* Adelaide, large atone wag thrown at the carriage, which, after hating broken the glass of the carriage, rebounded from the top, and fell upon the Qaecn’s head, not, howete
October 21, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
AFFAIRS OF THE EAST

AFFAIRS OF THE EAST

AFFAIRS THE EAST r.ct of a latter .Uted Malta, Oct. 2 —The Jiritiab •■l'' ',“ - ,'? Ada.lral Sir Robert Stopford, con.Utlne of th. ■inecs. C.harlotte (lia, ahip), R >dneT, P.r-, ■'n.' R “**ropnon, Ganrea, Implacjhle, Minden, Pern, iroka. ■l.lavera, and Vananud, aMpa oftholine; Ca
October 21, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
»i. Gsmaln

»i. Gsmaln

Vcrsalilas, R. B. 818 .. 818 .. 818 .. L. B. 78 .. . 298 .. Bans 901 38 991 ».. .. 38 to Saia, 80 I* M 7 M ..
October 21, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EVENING MAIL. FROM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, TO MONDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1839. KUJUL roues ACT.

EVENING MAIL. FROM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, TO MONDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1839. KUJUL roues ACT.

At ttw Omaakin Qaartar Baaaiaaa, m Taaatay laal tha latlot Dana, tka ahaliaai> kiaagkt aakat tka aattaa tka asagtatnlaa tiia Rural Polica FeaaaAet, aad briadj ■wiaaamTad adaaOaa. Tlaaaaat BMagtaa, la aa alaqa—t aaaaak, aaaaaM tka aakla Bath ptapoaitfaa. Bia LeadSiald, tkat arlna
October 21, 1839 - Evening Mail - London, London, England