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DREADFUL HURRIC iNE at BERMUDA

DREADFUL HURRIC iNE at BERMUDA

( From the Bermuda Royal Gazette.) Hamtltov, Sept. 17. — 1t has never fallen to onr lot to re- cord so violent and seriously calamitous a hurricane as occurred in these islands on the night of Wednesday and morning of Thursday, the llth and l_th instant. In the early part of Wed
November 6, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I From th* LOiVDO.\ GAZETTE, Nov. I.

I From th* LOiVDO.\ GAZETTE, Nov. I.

War Office, Nov. It *- ■ 17tb Regiment of Light Dragoons — Lieoten.-il^ Robert Arthur Fitz- hatdinge Kingscote to be Capuin. by purchaih^vice Feildeo, «h%.re* tires; Cornel William Murray Mitchell to be Lieu'enant. hy^fur- chase, vice Kingscote; Abraham Hamilton, Gent., to be i
November 2, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
S \ I FRON WALDEN AGRICULTURAL MEETING

S \ I FRON WALDEN AGRICULTURAL MEETING

IHe annual meeting of this association for the show of Mock, and rewarding of labo rers and servants, took place "", n c^ ,ne * I «.V la-t. tad, the weather proving favourable, the ' *■ "billon attracted a large concourse ofthe nobility, gentry, an;, agriculturists of thecounty.
November 2, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MR. WAKLEY AND HOSPITAL SURGEONS

MR. WAKLEY AND HOSPITAL SURGEONS

In the course of an ing est held yesterday before Mr Waklev, at the Middlesex Hospital, on the body of a young woman who v.as accidentally burned to death, Mr. Heibert Mayo, one ofthe head surgeons of that institution, having given his evidence, addressing the coroner, said he w
November 2, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

CUSTOM HOUSE. Nov. 6 ENTERED IX WARDS.— the Neptune, Whittingham, from Hamburgh; Rachel, Fletcher, from Jersey; Jane, Phillips, from Malaga; Giraffe, Strannack, from Rotterdam; Saucy Jack, Far. am. from Vostizza; Olive Branch, Mason, from Guernsey; Ellen, •i'Pherson, from Jersey
November 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I , CE Is HEREBY GIVEN, that* IW^ ''^CATION is intended to be made to PARLIAMENT ■^^■wsion, for leave to

I , CE Is HEREBY GIVEN, that* IW^ ''^CATION is intended to be made to PARLIAMENT ■^^■wsion, for leave to

bring in a bill to incorporate a I ?? hy the name of the NEW ZEALAND LAND enable the said Company to purchase, hold, ?? in ?? ail(i hereditaments in the Islands of New I »*•''■« in, £° utl " Pacific Ocean, and to enable them to sue! _J*eHri„,~ the name or names of any one or mor
November 5, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BRITISH POLICY TN THR HAST. t

BRITISH POLICY TN THR HAST. t

DAVID URftUHART, ESti., &C. &C &C. Glasgow. .Oth August, 1839. Sir,— From your intimate acquaintance with the affairs ofi Turkey and the whole East^ a question, we should fer_\ greatly obliged by your ?? in g us your opinion and views on the state of our i-cnv i_, C rce and poli
November 5, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Nov. 4.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Nov. 4.

(Sittings in Banco.) HARRISON V. FANE. Tliis was an action brought by tbe plaintiff, a livery stable keeper at Oxford, against the defendant, who was an under- graduate at the University, to recover 12/. 10s. for the hue ef horses, gigs, and harness. It was tried before Mr. Will
November 5, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE NEWPORT CHARTIST RIOT.

THE NEWPORT CHARTIST RIOT.

(from a correspondent.) y Monmouth, Nov. (i. i n on "j^e already received a full account of the proceed- dflin at r fe, ?? or,; * All here has hitherto been quiet, but we las I° ' v ai - what time a rising might take place. A letter seen received this morning by Mr. Dyke, the Ma
November 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
GAZKTTK STA IK OF THE COUNT***'

GAZKTTK STA IK OF THE COUNT***'

(From the Dublin Evening Ma"-). ?? M The Lords Justices have proclaimed the mal icl0 ] j in g-lK , ?? f * ofthe out offices of a Protestant clergyman's dwei co n t>c ' in the county of Sligo, and offer 100/. 'reward for t-*e tion of the offenders. So far for the Gazette. The ??
November 4, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England