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EMANCIPATION OF ASHBURTON !

EMANCIPATION OF ASHBURTON !

From information we received last week at late hour, ventured, in speaking of the cheering prospects of Conservatism in Totnes and Dartmouth, to state that, we should soon be enabled to give hopes of the triumph of the good cause Ashburton. —The account we have since obtained, (
November 2, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIANITY AMONG THE JEWS.

SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIANITY AMONG THE JEWS.

The Anniversary Meeting of the Exeter Jews' Society was held at the Clarence Hotel, on Tuesday last the 29th instant, when Captain. Bingham R. N., was called to the chair.—The Chairman began by saying—Among the advantages of the Jews' Society,that of its exciting inquiry among t
November 2, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PLYMOUTH.

PLYMOUTH.

understand that John Johnson, Esq.. Alderman of the city of London, who is well known in this neighbourhood as a large and enterprising employer, intends on the first vacancy to contest the Borough of Plymouth in the Conservative interest. The election at Devonport appears to en
November 2, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

From Tuesday's Gazette. . f C. Birch, innkeeper, Barnstaple, Devonshire."' lips, dealer, Stanford Rivers, Essex.—W. draper, Birmingham.—T. Johnson, Jun., ' ,0 , Lewes, Sussex.—J. Sheppard, manufacturer of P'*jfl Birmingham.—J. Tkuscott, share-broker, Ma" J. Haxworth, surgeon, Sh
November 2, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
J. CONGDON RESPECTFULLY announces the and Gentry of the County and Cilv, that the SECOND WINTER BALL will take place

J. CONGDON RESPECTFULLY announces the and Gentry of the County and Cilv, that the SECOND WINTER BALL will take place

at the Royal Subscription Rooms, THURSDAY, tbe instant, under the patronage the COUNTESS OF LGREMONT. Further particulars will be seen in future Advertisements. DHted Exeter, Nov. lst, 1839. ASSEMBLY ROOM, CLARENCE HOTEL, EXETER. GREAT MUSICAL ATTRACTION 11 %/f"R. BLAGROVE has t
November 2, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Gloucester. October 26, 1839. d. t. rf, WHEAT, English, White,per Imp. Bushel 6 to 9 9 Foreign ~ 6 ..

Gloucester. October 26, 1839. d. t. rf, WHEAT, English, White,per Imp. Bushel 6 to 9 9 Foreign ~ 6 ..

9 C Old 0 .. 9 English, Red ......9 .. 9 6 Foreign 8 .. 9 Irish, White,pel U 0 .. 0 6 Red JL 0 .. 0 l ' .j-jrt rrr —nominal .. 0 6 Russian Hard 7 .. So Soft 8 .. 8 o SARLEY,English,Malting,per Imp. 48 .. Irish 0 .. 0 Grinding, per Quarter of 34 0 .. 41 OATS, English, White, per
November 2, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SMITH MELD, OCT. 21.— T0 sink the ottal—per 81B.— BEEF , 4d to Rest Down and Polled Mutton, 3s Veal,

SMITH MELD, OCT. 21.— T0 sink the ottal—per 81B.— BEEF , 4d to Rest Down and Polled Mutton, 3s Veal,

3s 04 Pork,3s 5s Lamb, o*''d.
November 2, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MR. W. BIGGS' PLAN FOR Improving the Representation.

MR. W. BIGGS' PLAN FOR Improving the Representation.

TO JOSEPH ESQ. Sir, - country is under iulinitc obligations you, for your talented expose the present ous suite representation, in your valuable speech Suffrage, in the last session of Parliament. Ebe reply of Lord f Rus-tell was a compromi- c bis aud unworthy his fame with, out
November 2, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Municipal Elections.

Municipal Elections.

St MARTIN'S At a Ward Meeting he'd last week, it was resolved tliat Mr. Baines, (Murket-plaee,) and Mr.Thompson, (Chronicle-Office,) should the. candidates—ths meeting pledging itself to support them. Notwithstanding this, ono or two liberals !! dissatisfied with this arrangemen
November 2, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SECOND EDITION. Mercury Office, Saturday Morniuy. ? o'clock. I.OXDOX CORN EXCHANGE, YESTEaoiv, Not. 1.-There hava been rmall arrivals this English

SECOND EDITION. Mercury Office, Saturday Morniuy. ? o'clock. I.OXDOX CORN EXCHANGE, YESTEaoiv, Not. 1.-There hava been rmall arrivals this English

grain, and fair Foreign. The firmrie« in the wheat trade continues, and a good business has been in Foreign at Monday's prices. other articles no variation. A steady demand for Fldur at the last quotations
November 2, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England