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It our pleasing duty to notice, that one among the more prominent features of our Spa, fashionable and prosperous place,

It our pleasing duty to notice, that one among the more prominent features of our Spa, fashionable and prosperous place,

is. that it is Tinted families of the very highest distinction the empire. Among the number of the English who are now honouring us with their presence, may enumerated His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, his Duchess, and their family, who have been patronising Mr. Hughes, of the I
November 2, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
WARWICK TOWN COUNCIL.

WARWICK TOWN COUNCIL.

On Tuesday lost, Special Meeting of the Corporation was held at the Court House. Present—Mr. J. Mayor, in the chair; Messrs, lliorns, Smith, Hose, Taylor, Cookes, Tomes, Collins, Mallory, Williams, Watts, Cattell, Lampray, Enoch, lleatbcote, and Lamb. Previous to tile commenceme
November 2, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
The same circumstances occurred about 15 years ago to Lord Abingcr, when Sir James Scarlett, that has taken place with

The same circumstances occurred about 15 years ago to Lord Abingcr, when Sir James Scarlett, that has taken place with

respect to Lord Brougham. A rumour prevailed of the death of Sir James, which was published in a weekly paper as fact, followed many observations on the worthy advocate, whose loss was deplored in very pathetic terms.— Sir James must have been amused on reading the various contr
November 2, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
FALSEHOOD REFUTED. consequence of a statement a Ministerial Sunday paper called the Observer, which blazons the Itoyal arms over its

FALSEHOOD REFUTED. consequence of a statement a Ministerial Sunday paper called the Observer, which blazons the Itoyal arms over its

paragraphs and boasts of great Court patronage, Sir Robert Peel has sent the followiug letter to that journal. The purport the Observer's assertions will be perceived from the quotations introduced iuto his by Sir Robert. "TO THE EDITOR TIIE OBSERVER. " Drayton Manor, Fazeley, O
November 2, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM INDIA.

IMPORTANT NEWS FROM INDIA.

(By Extraordinary Express.) FALL OF GHUZNEE, AND ENTRANCE OF THE BRITISH ARMY INTO CABOOL. (From the Bombay Government Gazette Extraordinary of August 29.) TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD AUCKLAND, G.C.D., &C. &C. Mv Lord —I have the satisfaction acquaint your Lordship that the army unde
November 2, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN AND GRAIN.

AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN AND GRAIN.

Report of the Number of Quarters and Average Price of Corn and Giain sold in the several Counties of England and Wales, which governs the Duty for the Week ended Oct. 18, 1839. BAB LEV. OATS. London 6384;70 1 4167 8 6078 26 6 Oxbridge 10 172|4l 6 83 29 7 Hertlordshiro 1017,66 92
November 2, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LEWES HOUSE OF CORRECTION.—SUSSEX. | SCHOOL-MASTER, TURNKEYS, and WATCHMEN WANTED.—NOTICE is hereby given, that the Vi Justices of the above

LEWES HOUSE OF CORRECTION.—SUSSEX. | SCHOOL-MASTER, TURNKEYS, and WATCHMEN WANTED.—NOTICE is hereby given, that the Vi Justices of the above

House of Correction, will at iheir next Meeting to be held at the House of Correction, on Thursday, the 21st day of November instant, proceed appoint a Schoolmaster, who must be a resident officer, and when not employed in the duties of such office, act a< and Assistant to the G
November 4, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Fairs Sussex - Friday, Nov. 8, Billingshurst, Forest Row, —Monday, 11, Storrington. The month November hns come upon us, accompanied

Fairs Sussex - Friday, Nov. 8, Billingshurst, Forest Row, —Monday, 11, Storrington. The month November hns come upon us, accompanied

all its wonted gloomy aud unpleasant aspecis. The weaiiier has been damp and chilly, but although the prevailing have been bom the north, north-east, we have experienced, no severe frosts. Saturday morning was a heavy cold rain, which, continued hours* * '» * Considerable number
November 4, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
HAILSHAM.

HAILSHAM.

Since commencement of the Hailsham Union fifty deaths have occurred in the Hailsham workhouse, the united ages same amounting to years, being an average of more than 76 and a half each. One man, aged 88 years, left 130 children, grand-children, and great grand-children. Police—(
November 4, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
The Snuff-box snuff-box has been called introduction," and other metaphorical names; bnt frequently leads to unpleasant familiarity, extremely dim ult

The Snuff-box snuff-box has been called introduction," and other metaphorical names; bnt frequently leads to unpleasant familiarity, extremely dim ult

to repress. The New Monthly Magazine relates, thai Brummell, many years ago, gave an admirable rebuke, at a party Portman-square. the removal of the ch»th, the snuff-boxes made their appearance, ami Bruinmell's was paiticularly admired : it was handed round, and a gentleman, fin
November 4, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England