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DREADFUL EXPLOSION.

DREADFUL EXPLOSION.

LOSS OF SEVEN LIVES. About half-past seven o'clock on Friday even- ing last,the neighbourhood Buckingham' Palace, I Pimlico, and Westminster, was alarmed by a loud ! rumbling noise, which shook the buildings to their! foundations; the terrified inhabitants rushing! i from their
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE.

THE METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE.

This is a sparkling number tire Aletropolitan. | filled with good things, well refined. The articlt which leads off, is severe critical analysis of the character Cicero as statesman—probably too severe, but still able and discriminating. The estimate of the writer is very low oB
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MOTHER CHURCH AND THE WESLYANS.

MOTHER CHURCH AND THE WESLYANS.

I ni f l ie dmrch-the Church of Magazine—lately made most ferocious ! onslaught oil the followers of John Weslev This was the more unexpected, as the Wesleva'ris had been cajoled into the notion that their lick-sphtle ! policy of late, had earned the laudation, rather : than the
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MARKETS AND TRADE.

MARKETS AND TRADE.

Leeds Cloth Markets.—A worse market than that of last Saturday has not been known for , many years. There is also a great deadness in 1 the warehouses, and a general gloom throughout the trade. If the present state of things should continue, we may expect considerable distress a
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Birth, Marriage, or Death, inserted without proie 1 authority. MARRIAGES. On Thursday last, at our parish church, by the Rev.

Birth, Marriage, or Death, inserted without proie 1 authority. MARRIAGES. On Thursday last, at our parish church, by the Rev.

Mr. Clark, Mr. Samuel Good, painter, Dock-street, to Miss Hannah Webster, of Parklane, Leeds. On Wednesday last, Rothwell, Mr. William Christian, cloth maker, to Miss Mary Burnley, eldest daughter of Mr. Benjamin Burnley, machine maker, all of Wortley, near Leeds. On Tuesday las
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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PARIS PRESS MONSTROSITIES.

PARIS PRESS MONSTROSITIES.

Pour qui sont ce« serpens qui sittient nos tfctn ?'• Frcnch Author. , ," e have frequently remarked, that when the'i times are very flat, especially during Parliament ary vacations, certain portion of the grander ess ' rash Whin - I ' B C ° U nns with 3,1 sorts of ■ trash hen th
November 2, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
"ILLUSTRATION OF HER MAJESTY'S MUNIFICENCE AND TRUE LIBERALITY "

"ILLUSTRATION OF HER MAJESTY'S MUNIFICENCE AND TRUE LIBERALITY "

. Her Majesty has, since her accession to the ; Crown, shown a sense of justice and honour which is unhappily rare among kings and princes. Her Majesty father, the Duke of Kent, was indebted tradesmen and others his death twenty years since, in the sum of £50,000. This debt his
November 2, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS.

MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS.

A public meeting in aid of this society was held (by the permission of the Mayor) in the Council Chamber, at Abingdon, Friday, Nov. Bth. The chair was taken by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Berks. The objects and claims of the society were forcibly stated by the Rev. YV. R. Ha
November 16, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BASINGSTOKE.

BASINGSTOKE.

On the 9th instant Chas. May, jun., Esq., was elected Mayor for the ensuing year. At a petty sessions held at the town hall on Tuesday before the mayor and town magistrates, Horton Moore, the driver of the Andover and London coach was fined 20s. and costs for driving furiously t
November 16, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE NEWPORT RIOTS.

THE NEWPORT RIOTS.

Newport, Wednesday, Nov. 13. APPREHENSION OF LI.EWELLTN FOB TREASON. —CHARTIST TAMPERING WITH THE MILITARY. —DESERTION OF TWO OF THE FORTY-FIFTH. The most alarming rumours have been received from Merthyr, stating that the Chartists are again meeting in hundreds in their lodges,
November 16, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England