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THE CHARTISTS AND THE PRESS.

THE CHARTISTS AND THE PRESS.

THE CHARTISTS AN1D THE PRESS. BY those who are in thehabit of perusingour columns, we are not likely to be mistaken for Chartists, or the advocates of chaxtist principles. While ve have ever upheld the cause of the people, and defended their just rights and true interests, we hav
November 30, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LONDON, \VEDXESDAV, Nov. 6. Nomination of SiTeriffs for Ensuing Yfar. Tuesday being tbe morrow of St. Martin, according to ancient custom a Privy Council was held in the Court of Exchequer, for the nomination of gentlemen to fiM tbe office of sheriffs for the ensuing year. Among
November 14, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
RTTFUMATISM GOUT, AND HEALD AND PARSONS'S COLDS, R«fUMATKM true MAN'S S LTFE PILLS, entirely vegetable, discovered by the Rev. C.

RTTFUMATISM GOUT, AND HEALD AND PARSONS'S COLDS, R«fUMATKM true MAN'S S LTFE PILLS, entirely vegetable, discovered by the Rev. C.

CarrinotoV, Vicar of Berkeley, one ot His a Most delicious preparation for Fish, enriching Gravies, Majesty's Deputy Lieuteofu.ls7~Scc., for the county ol Olou- f\_ Soups, Curries. Hashes, made Distts, and imparting cester. To alleviate of Spasms, (.out, ltneu- ,„ ag able zest t
November 14, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The state of the Duke of Wellington's health justly excites much alarm in the minds of all well-wishers of the

The state of the Duke of Wellington's health justly excites much alarm in the minds of all well-wishers of the

country* . ?? . On Monday evening his Grace vat seized with sudden illness at Dover, arising from abstinence and over-exertion in the field. Exaggerated statements ?? were instantly circulated. It does not appear, however, that his Grace has been in actual danger ; and the last
November 23, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Birtfcs. Saturday hut, at Nunburnholme ßectory, the lady of the Ber- C. J. Hawkins, of a son. . „ _

Birtfcs. Saturday hut, at Nunburnholme ßectory, the lady of the Ber- C. J. Hawkins, of a son. . „ _

Nov. 8, at the Vicarage, Kirkleaiham, the lady of the Bar James Holme, of a son. marriages, Thursday last, at Almondbury, by the Rev. Lewie Joneev Vicar, Sir. Walter Capper, stonemason, to Eliza, youngest daughter t the late John Heaton, sexton of the same place. " " Sunday last
November 23, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, Nov. 27.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, Nov. 27.

THE COMMISSION TO INQUIRE INTO THE STATE OF THE BANKRUPT LAWS AND THEIR ADMINISTRATION. It will be recollected that a deputation from the bankers, merchants, and traders of the City of London, waited, some few months back, npon the Lord Chancellor with a memorial praying for an
November 28, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
London Price CtJREERT, Nov. 12.— Sugar : hat Wert India Sugar there was a feed demand from both Grocers and

London Price CtJREERT, Nov. 12.— Sugar : hat Wert India Sugar there was a feed demand from both Grocers and

Refiners on Wednesday and last: the purchases for the two dayt amounted to 1500 hhd« and tierces, rather higher Prices, say W per for all description*, but on Friday buyers purchased rather sparingly; still they were compelled pay the ratei previously established. Thi* buyers ca
November 15, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

The Bombay mail of tbe 12th September, which arrived on Wednesday, brings offlcial details of the entrance of the British army into Cabool, and of the rapid, complete, and almost bloodless triumph of our pohcy and arms in India, The war in Afghanistan an end. The capture, less t
November 1, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

The COTTESMORE HOUNDS will meet on Monday Nov. the Ith at the Bull inn, Witham Common, on Tuesday thesth at Tilton Wood, on Thursday the 7th at Holywell—each day at before 11. The DUKE RUTLAND'S HOUNDS will meet this day (Friday the lst Nov.) Evedon Wood, on Monday the at Kopsle
November 1, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
J°HN LIGNUM and SON'S ANTlSCoiuw DROPS, LOTION, and of public eaperlene, etna****, **< * tor the*. m These Drops sold

J°HN LIGNUM and SON'S ANTlSCoiuw DROPS, LOTION, and of public eaperlene, etna****, **< * tor the*. m These Drops sold

in moulded ts.tu^as.e^eseije. mm*, br Lleees^^- HaO, OsinsW; Ridge, Grantham 1 maiC. Hat ten ley. Barton; Ryder. Stephens!' Hull; Sutton. Dunn, Adam.,Ckm^. MM, Ball. Barton Edl.. Huntingdon; I sens, Homcutl*; and all uetih. assdletat tmsag" Qf may Asat, " Mr.LIGNUM for all srwbu
November 1, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England