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MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

.ISCLLLANEOUS. His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge is ex- pected at Cambridge-house on Tuesday next from a tour of nearly two years on the Continent. Orders have been given to prepare for his reception that day, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have airenged to be
November 2, 1839 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

1VIARKLETS. ltPSwici, Oct, 29.-Our market has been fairly supplied with corn during the week, and both on Tuesday and to- day most articleE continue without any variation in price, good samples of both wheat and barley fully supporting late prices. Flour 56s to 563 per sack of 2Y
November 2, 1839 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
ADDRESS TO VISCOUNT EBRINGTON.

ADDRESS TO VISCOUNT EBRINGTON.

Exeter, Monday, Oct. 28. This day a meeting of the Town Council and citizens of Exeter took place at the Guildhall, for the purpose of pre- senting an address (agreed to at a meeting on the 17th in- slant,) to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, now on a temporary vis
November 2, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
DREADFUL CASE OF FORGERY AND SUICIDE.

DREADFUL CASE OF FORGERY AND SUICIDE.

| DREADJFTIL-CASE OF F.ORGERY, 4ND SUICIDE| I11 I ?? ' From the Standard, of Tuesday. A sensation has recently been, created in ?? and its vicinity, which is not likely to subside} in consequence of a ' ra's'tion~tli9.'particu~lars of whilbh Lsve been collected with gyeat ?? by o
November 2, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SWINDLING AND CREDULITY EXTRAORDINARY.

SWINDLING AND CREDULITY EXTRAORDINARY.

I I I _ PSWIDJLING AND CREDULITY XIIAo1DINARY. IIY , . , - . , 1 (-romn ?? Tmes.) . The penqion bonrd of Chelsea Hospital has lately been made acquainted with a singularly ingenious fraud which has been practised under the followving ctreumstanees :-A man passing under the name o
November 2, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE LEEDS INTELLIGENCE!*.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE LEEDS INTELLIGENCE!*.

Sir,— ln the Yorkshire Gazette of Saturday last, I find two ex- tracts from " Votive Offerings, or a Help towards Stanninglev Church"— one a " Sonnet to the River Wharfe, by the Rev. R*. Ridsdale, M. A., Prebendary of Chichester," the other an anony- mous production—" The Soldie
November 2, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE..(FROM our private correspondent.)

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE..(FROM our private correspondent.)

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. (FROM our private correspondent.) PORTSMOUTH, Nov. 1. The Medea, steam frigate, Commander Nott, anchored off Cowcs, on Monday, from the North American and West India station, having burst her boilers off ?? Point on Sunelay; she vvas towed into harbour on Tues
November 2, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Scotch Meetings under Sequestrated Estates.

Scotch Meetings under Sequestrated Estates.

THURSDAY, the 31st of OCTOBER. 1839 Geekie W. bleacher and bone crusher, Balgersho Ch.interim fctr. 12 House of Baxter, innkeeper, Coupar Angus 1839 Smith F. flax spinner, Glasgow Ch.interim fctr. 2 Royal hotel, Dundee MONDAY, the 4th of NOVEMBER. J 839 Barclay and co. distiller
November 2, 1839 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE GENERAL INFIRMARY.

STAFFORDSHIRE GENERAL INFIRMARY.

Friday, Nov. 1, 1839. Discharged. Admitted. In-patients cured In-patients Made out-patients 3 Out-patients 14 Out-patients cured Remaining In the House Physician, Dr. Knight.—Surgeon, Mr. Robt. Hughes. Rev. R. Anlezark, Rev. E. Whitby, Thomas Salt, Esq. and R. Beech, Esq., House
November 2, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM ON THE CORN LAWS.

THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM ON THE CORN LAWS.

On Saturday last, at three o'clock, his Grace the Duke of Buckingham, as has been his annual practice for the last seven years, dined with the farmers who reside in the vicinity, at the Two Swans, Buckingham. Several of the most influential tradesmen of the borough were present,
November 2, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England