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COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKE TS. itl E~rY II\ WI.F: lt I SM il'lli:'ll' l.:A Bit C tSr. T'uESNDAY, OCT. 29.-A verN slumvii supply I s tol ui I t' i antl Mlutton, which "liet INith a iltti dek llallad at I wee'k's priees. l)i:a a, OCr. 29. -lItL.hl Fat 4s. PdI. per st,,le oI u ?? it t(Ol;N 0 ??
October 30, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SA = or SPARE STOCK

SA = or SPARE STOCK

SA SPARE STOCK BELONGING To Tsai MARQUESS or BREADALBANE THERE will be Sold by Public Rums, at MAINS of KENMORE, near Taymuuth, upon Friday the day of Nurtinber 1 West Highland null, 4 years old, I Dutch Bull I Cow of the West Highland breed; 1 Ayrshire Cow; 15 Lewis Stun, 4 year
October 30, 1839 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
LAI ESI BRICES RAILWAYS, Ac. B'dton and Leigh Bolton am! Preston Birmingham and Glo tester Do. ami Derby Birkenhead and

LAI ESI BRICES RAILWAYS, Ac. B'dton and Leigh Bolton am! Preston Birmingham and Glo tester Do. ami Derby Birkenhead and

hester amt Crewe Junction F.astern Counties KdOihUlgli amt Do. la-ilh and Newhaven.... Glasgow, I'aisley, and Grcenork.... Ihi do. and Avrslnre.. Grand Junction do. Half-Shares Great Western Hull and Selby Kenyon and Leigh I.eicesler ami Liverpool and Manchester Do. tjii.irler s
October 30, 1839 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
?iatcot iiUrlicie.

?iatcot iiUrlicie.

iiUrlicie. COTTON MARKET, orf. S.TfitUAV. Oct. 2G.— Tu-tluff't salts (‘-.tfon ni.uoH/if to I ally .’>ooo bag« y in which are inrhi'lt-l I.VM American .\/tecti/ii(iun (sapjatseU tu Ic I'reach ami M»0 Aate<ican fur ejporl. The tut rut rt is ila'l, aii'f there is alteraliua price*.
October 30, 1839 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
MOST IMPORTANT NEWS.FROM.I N l> I A.

MOST IMPORTANT NEWS.FROM.I N l> I A.

MOST IMPORTANT NEWS FROM I N l> I A. BY EXTRAORDINARY EXPRESS.) , ?? OF GHUZNEE, AND ENTRANCE OF THE BRITISH ARMY INTO CAB )OL. i prom the Bombay Government Gazelle Extraordinary of \ Angus: 29.1 StTtltT DEPART MF\T. Bombay Cas;le, Aug. 29, 1839. The Honourable tbe Governor in Co
October 30, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IN SUFFOLK, NORFOLK, ESSEX, CAMBRIDGE, AND ELY.

IN SUFFOLK, NORFOLK, ESSEX, CAMBRIDGE, AND ELY.

No. 2992. I^ntfl. _±I_-/ /per Quarter, s*. . 11IV.L t2, tl. \ j,_ r Annum, 21*. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1839.
October 30, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
AGRICULTURAL MEETING?

AGRICULTURAL MEETING?

EvxsrouD Agricultural Association. — The Asso- ciation of thi.. Hundred held its Fifth Annual Meeting on Tuesday last, at Reepham, and was well attended; proving that as these a- .ociatior.s are becoming more general in the country, so thosa that have been longest established ar
October 30, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
WINDSOR—TosttAY.

WINDSOR—TosttAY.

WINDSOR— TosttAY. Viscount Falkland has left the Castle, Mid the Mon. Major Keppel has arrived, and has succeeded Sir Frederick Stovin as the Groom in Waiting on her Majesty. Sir Frederick hu taken his departure. The Hon. Charles nd the Hon. Spencer Cowper have also left the c, T
October 30, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SIR ROBERT PEEL AND THE " OBSERVER."

SIR ROBERT PEEL AND THE " OBSERVER."

The following letter from Sir Robert Peel appeared the Observer of Sunday sennight. As the letter itself contains a distinct statement of the contents id'the paragraph which it was occasioned, we insert it without any further preface " To the Editor of Ihe Observer. Drayton Mano
October 30, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
ON CITY IMPROVEMENTS. To Mr. Alderman Hebb. Sir, have been much surprised at your determined opposition to the party advocating

ON CITY IMPROVEMENTS. To Mr. Alderman Hebb. Sir, have been much surprised at your determined opposition to the party advocating

the destruction of those old nuisances, those ruinous houses fronting All Saints' Church. I repeat I much surprised at your conduct, inasmuch as you are known to be a wellintentioned gentleman—a gentleman possessing enlightened views, an enemy ignorance, to all worthless, injuri
October 30, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England