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Prithee not reject us Till you've read our Prospectus. Early in November will be published, what every impartial individual will

Prithee not reject us Till you've read our Prospectus. Early in November will be published, what every impartial individual will

admit is much wanted in the Irish Metropolis, a really Honest, Able, and LIBERAL WEEKLY JOURNAL, which it has been determined shall be called HE WORLD. Now that we have sat down to draw up our Prospectus, we do solemnly protest that we would have given a considerable sum could w
November 7, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
BRECON.

BRECON.

There was no contest here, Messrs. Vaughan, Mayberry, Winstone (Tories), and Price, a Liberal, were re-e►ected. LEICESTER. The Liberals were triumphant in this borough. SALISBURY. The Conservatives out-generalled the Liberals in New Sarum. Six Town-councillors have been elected,
November 4, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
principles of the mind, and the Strongest feelings of the heart, are intensely interested. Such a speech as that of

principles of the mind, and the Strongest feelings of the heart, are intensely interested. Such a speech as that of

Mr. Bradshaw no merely prudent man could admire, and it is one which a very catt:ous man would be apt to condemn. We sheedd be very sorry that any ono in . the position of avowed and, as it were. responsible leader o f the C onservat i ve party s h ou ld so expresshimself; but s
November 2, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
JUDGMENTS DURING THE RECESS.

JUDGMENTS DURING THE RECESS.

The Lotto CHANCELLOR stated, on taking his seat, that it was his intenti o n t o s t a te, in open Court, his reasons for the different judgments he had sent to the parties during the long vacation. The Court then proceeded wi th motions.
November 2, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
UNITED SERVICE GAZETTE.

UNITED SERVICE GAZETTE.

The ATTORNEY-GENERAL moved, on behalf of Admiral Sir J:lhn Ommaney, for a rule to show cause why a criminal information should not be filed against Mr. Alaric Attila Watts, the proprietor and publisher of the United Service Gazette. It was for a libel upon Adm. Ommaney, of such
November 2, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
iVENING EDITION. A NOVEL APPLICATION OF THE I DAGUEREOTYPE. A strange case of separation a mensa et thoro is about

iVENING EDITION. A NOVEL APPLICATION OF THE I DAGUEREOTYPE. A strange case of separation a mensa et thoro is about

to be submitted to the Civil Tribunal of Versailles. M. X—, a gentleman formerly a member of the corps di:alematique, married, in 183 G, Mdlle. Louise B—, the daughter of respectable citizens of Versailles. This marriage, which was one of pure inclination on the part of M. X—, a
November 2, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SIR JAMES MURRAY'S RECLAMATION. TO THE EDITORS OP THE DIERICO-CHIRUR. REVIEW. 33, Piccadilly, Aug. 21, 1839. GENTLEMEN—Last winter I apprised

SIR JAMES MURRAY'S RECLAMATION. TO THE EDITORS OP THE DIERICO-CHIRUR. REVIEW. 33, Piccadilly, Aug. 21, 1839. GENTLEMEN—Last winter I apprised

you that in future you could obtain no Solution of Magnesia from a THEN agent of our's in London ; that person has since set up for himself, and has garbled the eulogiu m w hi c h you wro t e in y our 31 e di c o- Chirur. Review, and has applied your testimoliial to an imitation
November 13, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
reports circulated relative to the change in the negro population were unfounded—that the advantages to planters had been great—that the

reports circulated relative to the change in the negro population were unfounded—that the advantages to planters had been great—that the

advantages to Giejr Britain had been dreat, and that the negro populatioir were improved and happy by the act of justice v l vlifeh:' had been secured to them by the moral power of this country.—( Hear, hear.) The negro attributed aillais blessings to the labours of the people o
November 8, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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November 8, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EVENING EDITION.

EVENING EDITION.

November 13, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England