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THE OLD TORY TIMES

THE OLD TORY TIMES

It the with every tweigermg eoH ijeoreDt ■)f Ike present dey, es il her keen every lying peput <" for the Utt ferity veerv, let thel • tkere it le* lot »>• ill bend eirUkei l« the tkel counlit. Thu lie kel been cudeciouety end tbet meny hire been to believe H. It not till Lord N
November 5, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
'ALMOUTH

'ALMOUTH

November 5, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE PEASANTRY OF ENGLAND.

THE PEASANTRY OF ENGLAND.

TIM PEASkNTRY OF ENGLAND, IlYRV A- - Tto A155 VI" EMtLAND[) BY CHARIES SWAIN, ESQ. (horrnthatfavourite Annualithe "FORGETME NOT" for18-40.) t( The Peasantry of England, 2 The merry hearts and free v The sword may boast a braver band- ti But give the scythe to me ! Si Give me the
November 6, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

jubit U, otttm0. E .ir A R M I N G BUILDINGS, &c.-A. M. . pERJipiMNS directs Attention to his Mode of diffosing :J 'r th througlhoust the largest Houses or Buildings, ,hether 4'pi ilvg of numerous small Roomsn, or large Spaces; with. 7*< ?? aderin them unslyihtlI. or requiring an
November 2, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

LEEDS MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

?? I The NIunicipal Elections in most of the Wards of ti ~,Borough were yesterday contested with great seveit. ;.The exertions of the Tories throughout the whole of last ri th year, at tbe revision, in the canvass, and at the elections, o ot, were quite desperate. They were reso
November 2, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
General Advertiser /or *%*? Eastern Counties.

General Advertiser /or *%*? Eastern Counties.

General Advertiser /or ?? Eastern Counties. {Price 4^d.— ss. per Quarter.-— jEL. 3 a Year _o«fl>o«r ccrr,. „m. ft IWfar, 33. FUu SUiH , jW., 3, WWW ; »,,„««, C W«r„ Une : NtvU* »C. Warwick Sy^t ; Clark. W J^i., Cl»». (Wi ; «.J C. ifarfar, BirdU. ?? P.,«, itfiU a Ike ClvpUt, Londo
November 1, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
The great length to which our reports of several important public Meetings extend, compels us to trespass on the forbearance

The great length to which our reports of several important public Meetings extend, compels us to trespass on the forbearance

of many- of our friends vho may not he immediately interested in the pro- ceedings ; a*id, at the same time, to omit our cus- tomary remarks on the events of the week. These may be summed up in a few words : Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg is still a distinguish- ed guest at Windso
November 1, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
HAVM4RKET THEATRE.

HAVM4RKET THEATRE.

_♦ — _ Sir Edward Bulwer's new play was acted for the thii J time on Saturday evening. We were sorry to see that the boxes were but thinly attended, the pit not full, and the ap- plause infrequent and feeble. This is the consequence if attempting too much by artificial means on
November 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS,

THE MARKETS,

HAY MARKRTK, Oct 31 SMITHFIELD— Fine Upland Meadow aud Rye r, riR _; Ha. UtOs; inferior ditto, 80s to Hi* ; New Hay, 7ts to 9*s <■ r ' iil ?? • er, 110s tc U6s; iufenor ditto, 100s to 105s ; Straw 3* s Z'Z" ' lo- _.«r lead of 3 . Truns*!,. ■ v ~ At CUMBERLAND KineUpland Meadow a
November 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
tf^J Fv

tf^J Fv

tf^ J Fv lIER MAJESTY. (From our Correspondent.) Windsor, Tuesday Evening. The we. ther has been most unfavourable during the day, and her Majesty, in consequence, did not take her acenstomed airing. Lady Charlotte Dundas rode out on horseback. The Dowager Countess Cowper, Lady F
November 6, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England