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FALSEHOOD REFUTED. consequence of a statement a Ministerial Sunday paper called the Observer, which blazons the Itoyal arms over its

FALSEHOOD REFUTED. consequence of a statement a Ministerial Sunday paper called the Observer, which blazons the Itoyal arms over its

paragraphs and boasts of great Court patronage, Sir Robert Peel has sent the followiug letter to that journal. The purport the Observer's assertions will be perceived from the quotations introduced iuto his by Sir Robert. "TO THE EDITOR TIIE OBSERVER. " Drayton Manor, Fazeley, O
November 2, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM INDIA.

IMPORTANT NEWS FROM INDIA.

(By Extraordinary Express.) FALL OF GHUZNEE, AND ENTRANCE OF THE BRITISH ARMY INTO CABOOL. (From the Bombay Government Gazette Extraordinary of August 29.) TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD AUCKLAND, G.C.D., &C. &C. Mv Lord —I have the satisfaction acquaint your Lordship that the army unde
November 2, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN AND GRAIN.

AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN AND GRAIN.

Report of the Number of Quarters and Average Price of Corn and Giain sold in the several Counties of England and Wales, which governs the Duty for the Week ended Oct. 18, 1839. BAB LEV. OATS. London 6384;70 1 4167 8 6078 26 6 Oxbridge 10 172|4l 6 83 29 7 Hertlordshiro 1017,66 92
November 2, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BUCKS HERALD. AYLESBURY. SATURDAY, November 2. Affairs General.- —The Ministers can do nothing without a job, and professing on

THE BUCKS HERALD. AYLESBURY. SATURDAY, November 2. Affairs General.- —The Ministers can do nothing without a job, and professing on

all occasions the utmost economy, they have squandered more money than any previous Administration. In their desire to complete their Cabinet they have complied with Mr. Macaulay's demand to be in it, and made him Secretary at War. Getting rid of the last member of the Grey fami
November 2, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Second ditto, No. 3—to Wm. Ewins. jun., ploughman to his fatiier, Win. Ewin of Clayhidon—£l lOs. Third ditto, No. s—to

Second ditto, No. 3—to Wm. Ewins. jun., ploughman to his fatiier, Win. Ewin of Clayhidon—£l lOs. Third ditto, No. s—to

John Richards, ploughman Mr. Thomas Blackinore, of Palmer Claybidon—-£ The boys who drove the horses and oxen before the successful ploughmen, were rewarded with half-a-crown each; and all the competitors in ploughing were provided with rood dinner free of expence. premiums awar
November 2, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
POETRY. ON VIEWING THE REMAINS OF OKEHAMPTON CASTLE. Graceful, and beauteous in decay, These ivy-mantled walls Tell us, that so

POETRY. ON VIEWING THE REMAINS OF OKEHAMPTON CASTLE. Graceful, and beauteous in decay, These ivy-mantled walls Tell us, that so

will pass awajr True greatness—when it falls. Ruined and wrecked by Time they stand, Yet wrestle with him still, With wonted looks of proud command, Defy his power of ill; In what they are—what they have been, Enabling us to see • Thus ruined Greatness sinks serene, Deathless—it
November 2, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ELECTION OF AN ALDERMAN.

ELECTION OF AN ALDERMAN.

On Tuesday, another council meeting was held for the purpose of electing an Alderman in the i place of Mr. J. R. Bywater, who on the Thursday previous had resigned his office and paid the fine. In the outset an objection was taken to the legallityofthe meeting, in consequence of
November 2, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SHOCKING ACCIDENT ON THE LITTLE WESTERN RAILWAY! Five Hwndi and Seventy-three lives Lost! TO THE EDITOR OF THE CARLISLE JOURNAL

SHOCKING ACCIDENT ON THE LITTLE WESTERN RAILWAY! Five Hwndi and Seventy-three lives Lost! TO THE EDITOR OF THE CARLISLE JOURNAL

Diversion, Oct. 30, J940. Dear Sir—l lose no time giving you .in authentic ac- count of a most shocking accident, which occurred last m. lit on the Little Western Railway, in Morecambe directly opposite "Skalnnd Stors. The evening train which starts about eighlVi'clock, was proc
November 2, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
NEWBURY.

NEWBURY.

We had a tolerably pood supply of Wheat for this day's market, which mot free sale at an advance of from Is. tf. 2s. per quarter. all descriptions was considerable quantity, thoaph hut few samples of pood quality, which kind was full Is. dearer, but inferior sorts difficult cnii
November 2, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
PREFERMENTS, &c.

PREFERMENTS, &c.

The Rev. Stead, M.A. perpetual curate mirtou-on-i rent, vacant tlw death tiu' Rev. Hugh Jones. The Rev J. Colliuaoii, M A , rector to the rectory of Durham. vacant by Hit death the Rev. N.J. The Hon. and K<-v. Frai'icU Grey, M.A., perpetual curat* of Buxton, to the rectory Gates
November 2, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England