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Alarming Chartist Riots at Newport.

Alarming Chartist Riots at Newport.

deep regret we record to-day another of the frightful consequences Whig-Radical teaching - another dismal offering of British blood the Reform idol. The deplorable tragedy is thus described in Second Editions: (From th» Timet.) New]>ort, Monday, 11 o'clock, p.m. —The Chartists h
November 7, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
SOCIETY FOR THE

SOCIETY FOR THE

Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. Thursday last, the Annual General Meeting of the Cheltenham District Society took place at the Literary and Philosophical institution, and was very numerously and highly respectably attended, the room being completely filled. the motio
November 7, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
ASSEMBLY SALE ROOMS, Cheltenham. The clearing-out Sale , previous to the Winter Balls commencing,—A large quantity of Miscellaneous Property, s

ASSEMBLY SALE ROOMS, Cheltenham. The clearing-out Sale , previous to the Winter Balls commencing,—A large quantity of Miscellaneous Property, s

uncleared during the Summer Sales, B{e. &c. TO SOLD BY AUCTION, Mr. VAILE, . On THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY next. Nov-. Bth, and 9th, 1839, at the above Room-, commencing each d precisely at One o'clock, Valuable nod varied PROPERTY,a great |»or.i *n which are uncleared Lois
November 7, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
LIVERPOOL AGRICULTURAL PROOUCI. bonis Dai. «. Ob M ~.«o_ la M »oft Hay, Old Clover Uo. Oreeti » J*«r*w, WhMt

LIVERPOOL AGRICULTURAL PROOUCI. bonis Dai. «. Ob M ~.«o_ la M »oft Hay, Old Clover Uo. Oreeti » J*«r*w, WhMt

n»» .. 0 W 00— 0 0 .or - ,00 OS .«•) pertOlk. .19 | 10 CanTa Turnip* Carrot* VA net tan, 0 00 0 0 90
November 7, 1839 - Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
U'arrajUeJ firtt vetul, and having all htr rough freight & enqagtd e<in omtg take fiat poodt. J-ur KINGSTON. JaMaiA. The

U'arrajUeJ firtt vetul, and having all htr rough freight & enqagtd e<in omtg take fiat poodt. J-ur KINGSTON. JaMaiA. The

remarkably ra»i-s«iling A Brig IRISH LASS, GR»!w»r. Muter; Regiitcr.; «.!, IS» IMKIK and TOMLINSON. Apply to
November 7, 1839 - Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
p«r SALE. Tlm I Barque ADELAIpC, J. Oatibuk, Alaatcrj tons rtfutcr, o.m. ; voflift ihwrthad ; no* diachargiag mu side

p«r SALE. Tlm I Barque ADELAIpC, J. Oatibuk, Alaatcrj tons rtfutcr, o.m. ; voflift ihwrthad ; no* diachargiag mu side

Bntwwicfc Dock.—*ApplT to C. VTTISDALE. not aold will for Moblie.
November 7, 1839 - Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
VESSELS CLEARED OUTWARDS.

VESSELS CLEARED OUTWARDS.

Monday. Nov. 4.—Thomas Parsons. XT Kinney, for Africa—Martha. Martin, for Barbadoes—Bai»pt*. Blomflvld. ter Beirut. Ac —Abbotater.l. Broad fool, for Bombay—Thlngoro, Jeaaon. lor Copenhagen —Union, Jones, ter Dvraersra—Hoop. Maos, for Oordt—Hisabetb RadctiSe, Blackstooe. for Lima
November 7, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
(Front the United States Gazette.)

(Front the United States Gazette.)

Mr. I * r. I astonished at the follv of certain New Yorkers, iu concfiviuc that they could contribute pull down the crc.lil the United States Bank, and nut impair the credit of oui generally. It surprising how blind the most selfish men are utten to their own interests. First—th
November 7, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STATE OF TRADE

STATE OF TRADE

STATE TRADE Manchester.—•TfEfcOAY.— Although the cluom which hangs over this market *a* rather increased than diminished yesterday, there was some demand fur certain counts and qualities of yam suitable for the Indian market, and inferior qualities of mule twist, from 40’s l« 70’
November 7, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
At the BALTIC COFFEEHOUSE, THREADNEEDLE-STREET, TO-MORROW, Novembers, at three precisely, HEMP, FLAX MATS, Sundry Parcels Damaged. Catalogues in due time

At the BALTIC COFFEEHOUSE, THREADNEEDLE-STREET, TO-MORROW, Novembers, at three precisely, HEMP, FLAX MATS, Sundry Parcels Damaged. Catalogues in due time

of ROBERT ORDJBroker, 23, Threadneedle-street.
November 7, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England