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VARIETIES. Speaking of Blackstone, Lord Avonmore sobs he " first gave to the law the sir of a science: he

VARIETIES. Speaking of Blackstone, Lord Avonmore sobs he " first gave to the law the sir of a science: he

found it a skeleton, and clothed it with life, colour, and complexion ; he embraced the cold statue, and by biz touch it grew into youth, health, and beauty." Better a cut finger than to knife. The boy, indeed, bears the cut finger for the sake of the knife; but a wise parent wi
November 1, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TORN BRITTON, FLEECE INN anti COMMER. CIAL HOTEL. DA RMNGTON, begs most ;respectfully to , that to Gen tlen, his

TORN BRITTON, FLEECE INN anti COMMER. CIAL HOTEL. DA RMNGTON, begs most ;respectfully to , that to Gen tlen, his

Friends, and the Public ge. that he has entered upon me the above old established Inn, conawed for many years by Mr. Hird, and hopes, by strict and per. ▪ ng attention to the comfort and accommodation of his guests, that patronage so libmally bestowed on his predecessor. HARTHOT
November 6, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
♦ND TRW'S LLD&

♦ND TRW'S LLD&

LONDON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 6. We are happy to learn by the latest accounts from the seat of the outrage on public order, the reports of which we have given in our yesterday's and to-day's columns, that the night of Monday passed off at Newport, and, so far as is known,
November 6, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CLERICAL and RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.

CLERICAL and RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.

CHURCHES AND CHAPELS.—A new Roman Catholic chapel) has lately been opened at Dumfries, Scotland. A new lodepen. lent chapel has lately been opened at Diss, Norfolk. A new !Impel is about to be erected for the Trinity House, Hull, addiional accommodation having been for some time
November 6, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
F• n es.- ,C * 2s. ,CL I o*.

F• n es.- ,C * 2s. ,CL I o*.

es.- ,C * 2s. ,CL o*. Apply ‘he tt«n S‘.*am N*vltra*son Oomnany's O(flee®- Recent Circus tlj. Cro*<: I'M. l.on'- find Down ** London {where all Goods are to r Shipment enrlv the day sailin^); or at Wharf. S.n» WIU.IAM FRENCH. Sunderland. S«-]:teii.ber. 1*139.
November 2, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
IMUM IFAL VOCALISTS

IMUM IFAL VOCALISTS

VOCALISTS of *he nreseut day will cngngerl. Mr le>« i.lpf**ur*» W *‘stSng that •'•••oral EMIN ENT 1 NSTIMj M KNTALISTS hare Icindlv offiwc*! him their service*, and that In trva*v with other*. f.wonrd trill prerale at the iano-Porte. P-'i , '*eriW rs* n»'d S will t*e at Mrs Anork
November 2, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
FEMALE FREEMASON'

FEMALE FREEMASON'

Til HON. MU» OWORTH’s IStITfA- TIOJ* INTO THK MYSTKtIIKH FBF.E-MASONRY. \V« re-iiuMi"!!, from Cork Standard the following Farioas law than tho initbtion into masonry of« moat worn on. The raw ■afficuntly prove* that when a woman’* *n»l heart are ««t m-on of an action, it not a a
November 2, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
AUDITORS.

AUDITORS.

Dr.Olinthuv Gregory, F.R.A.S. I Professor Wheatstone, F.R.S. Actuary—W. S. B. ‘Voolhouse, esq., F.R.A.S. By the new principles of Life Assurance and Deferred Annuities handed by this Society, the moral obligation of all classes of making sprovision for a family or for old age, i
November 5, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPOR7ING INTELLIGENCE,

SPOR7ING INTELLIGENCE,

NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING, SATURDAY, Match, 50 50r5, h Ito first half of Ab M.—Lord G. Ebnitinck's Sal Volatile, fist alb, agst Colonel Peers fby Velocipede, out of Malibran, 73t Sib. Off by cOll Match, too sots, h ft, T.Y.C.—Lord G. Benfinck's Capoce, 7st Mb, received es sots
November 4, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ARCHES COURT, Nov. 2.

ARCHES COURT, Nov. 2.

The Ecclesiastical Courts were opened this day. Prayers were read by the Chaplain and the usual formalities observed. The following gentlemen were admitted " into the number and College of the Advocates of the Court of Arches, pursuant to rescript from his Grace the Lord Archbis
November 4, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England