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MORNING NEWSPAPERS

MORNING NEWSPAPERS

(From the Times.) With the ill fortune which usually attends him when he caviis at our statements of fact", a morning journalist has been putting forth a series of articles alleging misrepresenta- tion by- the Times touching that blighted hope of Whiggery, the ?? Lieutenant of I
November 4, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
COURT CIRCL LA U. . ____,

COURT CIRCL LA U. . ____,

COURT CIRC L LA U. . ?? Mr. Hall, Chief Magistrate of Bow-street, **" v g. Powell, had interviews with the Marquis of Norman . " terday at the Home Office. •me**"*-* Dr. Blundell, Chairman of the Portuguese c]^Z^ had an interview with Viscount Palmerstoa on ' v Mr. [George E. Ans
November 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MORNING NEWSPAPERS.

MORNING NEWSPAPERS.

(From the Times.) ?? ?? The sorry way in which her Majesty's Attorney <*en? ust been received and entertained at Edinburgh aftor .^gtl factory evidence that the disrepute of the Whigs, evei| *■ 3 -j* their professed supporters, has become quite :e^ consul that city as in every o
November 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING.

NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING.

(FURTHER PARTICULARS OF WEDNESDAY'S RACES.) The T.Y.C. Plate. — Maid of Ipswich, Muleteer, and Remnant, lay together in front to the cords, where Camelino joined company; a few strides up he left them, and won easy by a length ; Remnant was well up, Stamboul fifth, and Mist beat
November 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE REGISTRIES.

THE REGISTRIES.

I (From the Dublin Evening Mail.) We still drive the enemy before us in all the main points |of our position. In Armagh, Queen's County, Carlow, and i Sligo we have obtained triumphant majorities. In Kildarc, ' if it cannot be said that we heive won tiie day, yet it cannot ; he
November 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Copper Sold at Redruth, October 31. Mines. 21 C'wt Purrhaaers. Ihire. Consols. Mines .117 Vijvura and Co. £j 6 Ditto

Copper Sold at Redruth, October 31. Mines. 21 C'wt Purrhaaers. Ihire. Consols. Mines .117 Vijvura and Co. £j 6 Ditto

Williams and 4 6 Ditto... 99 Ditto (j Ditto and .Sons 3 C Ditto Williams and 0 Ditto Sims and Co 4 Ditto 70 Vigors and fi || Ditto 70 Vi*ian and Sms 410 ''iliiams anil 3 • o Din.. 0 North HosJtcar... l)i:t» 7 Ditto Ido Fireman A Williams C05..6 Ditto., Ill) Williams and C» 2 L'n
November 1, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
DEVONSHIRE.

DEVONSHIRE.

Th« Church.— puMic Ordination held in Cailiedral on Sunday, the of Kxetrr admitted the following caiHiJates to the holy order of Dracoxs. Tlioinas Crump Powell, a. 0., llia-ennoM* College, Oxford ; Francis Payne Seymour, a.a.. Kuliol College, Oxford ; John Curtis, a. a , Sc. Joh
November 1, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
for the present.

for the present.

19. G«H>rgrstreet, Holloway’s ill found far •ban any other cera. Wounds Bad ] Contracted and Hones. Difficult Ac.— effects have e.isev of Stony and I'-ril, all akin diseat and in Burns, Sol •MO Medical Ccrtilira medical autboritiss. K'-on. Sir 11. C. Bao name* must for ever rior
November 1, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
We have beard, on what believe to very good authority, that it is the intention of Ministers next Session to

We have beard, on what believe to very good authority, that it is the intention of Ministers next Session to

endeavour to carry their project for making a Government ayatero railroads Ireland; and that they hesitate not to express their opinions individually that all the railroads in the kingdom ought to be under Governaaent control.—ifot'toay Magazine,
November 2, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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November 2, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England