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ELOQUENCE OF THE MAYOR OF EXETER. lo the Editor of the Exeter and Plymouth Gas tt Sir,—By an account in

ELOQUENCE OF THE MAYOR OF EXETER. lo the Editor of the Exeter and Plymouth Gas tt Sir,—By an account in

the Exeter Flytng Post of the meeting at the Guildhall on Monday last, to present the City Address to Baron Fortescae, on his Excellency's immaculate government Ireland, the Right Worshipful the Mayor, Edward Macgowan, Esq., i s repotted to have concluded one his speeches with t
November 2, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

THE OTTERY ST. MARY PLOUGHING MATCH. visited Ottery St. Mary last week, our "official capacity," and took occasion, after the toast of " The Press" had been proposed and drunk in a very flattering manner, to express our thanks, and to lay before the Farmers and Landholders prese
November 2, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CONDENSED INTELLIGENCE.

CONDENSED INTELLIGENCE.

It is said to be tbe determination of the Shah of Persia to send an army of 25,000 men against Bagdad. A marirage was celebrated Lyons the other day between juvenile couple, whose united ages amounted to rather more than a century and a half! That there cloud,'' said a Yankee, p
November 2, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BARON MONTEAGLE.

BARON MONTEAGLE.

It is singular how often coincidents, trivial themselves may nevertheless serve to direct our attention to circumstances connected with them of really great and vital importance. Tbe similarity between the present times and those of James the Second is every day becoming more an
November 2, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
ILLUSTRATIONS Of the Voluntary Principle.

ILLUSTRATIONS Of the Voluntary Principle.

I':>.i.'.m. „,..„. tvoojjricu.—A near v„. here ~v just, when jt3» "ere collected. ' '«* She •' I?t-i- " ' ' " X- 'i-ijis;-,,,.,,; and r., (VorlaUireJ.-Tbe tone laid the till iust; aim the same took ««l the 21s; iust • "urha.u.-0.. the Mi. iust !>■■« < iv , . eroaat * as Durham
November 2, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Mr. Winks. EDITOR OF TUE LEICESTERSHIRE MERCERY. insinuation of Mr. Winks at the late of the Town Council and his

Mr. Winks. EDITOR OF TUE LEICESTERSHIRE MERCERY. insinuation of Mr. Winks at the late of the Town Council and his

assertions at the meeting of Middle St. Margaret's Ward, last Friday night, that took an active part the business at uwrtrng in East Margaret's Ward, and that the Chairman of that meeting (Mr. lliff) asserted should not justified in attending any meeting of burgesses out of his
November 2, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Tribute to Rowland Hill.

Tribute to Rowland Hill.

Tribute Rowland Hill. V* t. L't v |.v—» paper the l!)th inst. tliat a subscription is progressing foj a National Tribute to Mr. Hill. Contributions will be received Mr. (i. Motl'att, 28, l'onchurch-street, or Mr. Hooper, Tall Mall Last, London. We beg to the attention of the inha
November 2, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
EMPORIUM, NO. 18, BRIGGA.TE, LEEDS, OPPOSITE the ROYAL HOTEL. BREACH AND KINGSELL BEG most gratefully to acknowledge the Liberal Encouragement

EMPORIUM, NO. 18, BRIGGA.TE, LEEDS, OPPOSITE the ROYAL HOTEL. BREACH AND KINGSELL BEG most gratefully to acknowledge the Liberal Encouragement

that they have experienced since their commencement Business—and beg most respectfully to Announce their I* nends and the Public that they have taken the above-named Premises, which they intend OPENING on SATURDAY, November Qih, 1839, With New Stock of LINEN DRAPERY SILK MERCERY
November 2, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AN DOVER, SATURDAY, Nov. 2 .

AN DOVER, SATURDAY, Nov. 2 .

AN DOVER, SATURDAY, Nov. . The Andover Yeomanry Cavalry were reviewed on Wednesday by Col. Vanderlieu. The troop assembled on Weyhill Down, and passed through their evolutions with great state and satisfaction, and were afterwards entertained at the White Hart Hotel, Andover, wit
November 2, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
No. 9, St. Mary's Butts, Heading. T7DWARD BUTLER, in returning; thanks to JL_ his Friends and the Public for liberal

No. 9, St. Mary's Butts, Heading. T7DWARD BUTLER, in returning; thanks to JL_ his Friends and the Public for liberal

encouragement has received PORTRAIT PAINTING, &c, begs to acquaint them, that connexion with the above, he carries the business of CARVING and GILDING in all its branches. Having every facility for executing on the premises the orders with which he may bo entrusted, in the best
November 2, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England