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LYNN CORN MARKET, Or; 2*.

LYNN CORN MARKET, Or; 2*.

LYNN CORN MARKET, Or; The »upi>l> all grain was very small; fine wheat was dourer. The barh y trade iyas brisk advance ui Is per qr Beaus and peas us last ck.
November 2, 1839 - Derbyshire Courier - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
BURNING OF JONATHAN AVILD’S HOUSE.

BURNING OF JONATHAN AVILD’S HOUSE.

[Last week we left Jack Sheppard free; but, while attending bis funeral at illesden, on the following Sunday, Wild and his myrmidons contrive again to capture him. Every precaution taken to prevent another escape. Of this, however, Jack has given up all thoughts, the death of hi
November 2, 1839 - Derbyshire Courier - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
GASKEW ESTATE, NEAR COMSHEAI) PKIOKY, l^et. TO MT, And, may be Entered on at the usual times in the Spring

GASKEW ESTATE, NEAR COMSHEAI) PKIOKY, l^et. TO MT, And, may be Entered on at the usual times in the Spring

of 1840, GASKEW ESTATE, NOW in the possession of Mr WILLIAM POSTLE rH\V AI TE, consisting of Large and Convenient FARM BUILDINGS, and about THREE HUNDRED ACRES Excellent Arable, Pasture and Meadow LAND, Also, several excellent PASTURE FIELDS, situate at Bardsea and Ulverstone. T
November 2, 1839 - Kendal Mercury - Kendal, Westmorland, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN LORD JOHN RUSSELL AND THE BISHOP OF EXETER.

CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN LORD JOHN RUSSELL AND THE BISHOP OF EXETER.

A correspondence of considerable interest has taken place between Lord John Russell and the Bishop of Exeter, in the course of which the latter, after protesting himself hostile to any mixed system of religious education, expresses his perfect willingness to give his support to
November 2, 1839 - Kendal Mercury - Kendal, Westmorland, England
 
ADDRESS tO VISCOUNT BRINGTON.

ADDRESS tO VISCOUNT BRINGTON.

ADDRESS VISCOUNT BRINGTON. Mondat, Oct. 28.—This day meeting oTthe town council and citizens of Exeter took place the GuildbaH, for the puqjose of presenting an address (agieed to at meeting oh'the 17th instant) to bis excellency the lord-lieutenant of Ireland, now oft temporary
November 2, 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
The Earl of DnaHAM.—A deputation, conaisting of Bernard Ogden, W. Bell, E. Muschatnp, and A. J. Moore, Esqrs.. and R.

The Earl of DnaHAM.—A deputation, conaisting of Bernard Ogden, W. Bell, E. Muschatnp, and A. J. Moore, Esqrs.. and R.

Brown, M D., waited on the Ear! of Durham, at Lambtoo Castle, yeaterday, to invite hia Lordship to public dinner in Sunderland. Hia lordship received the deputation in moat courteous manner. His reply was aa follows:— " Lambton Caatle, Oct. 25, 1839. " Gentlemen—l beg you to exp
November 2, 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
THE Windsor and Eton Express, and WEST SURRE GAZETTE.

THE Windsor and Eton Express, and WEST SURRE GAZETTE.

ti'lNnsOH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1839. Wk have now the gratifying intelligence that the war in Afghanistan at an en«l, will seen reference our Kast India news, wherein is related the details of splendid victory, achieved by the valour of British over the rebel chicf, Dost Maiiom
November 2, 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
323. HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON.

323. HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON.

TO the Nobility, Gentry, Hotel keepers, and all large Consumers of TEA (he County of Kant. results of th* first five years experience of the free trade to China have most amply justified tire anticipations of those who expected the greatest success from the abolition of the Comp
November 2, 1839 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
THK INQUK'T ON THt BOUT.

THK INQUK'T ON THt BOUT.

On Saturday afternoon an was he'd the Vic tona Hotel, Cssile-slfeet, Dover, l>**fore Thompson, Esq., coroner, loucbtng the death of Nathaniel Isaacs, young man, about ye.ua of age, Uie of Brompton. William Bojce, landlord of the hotel, d-*po'el that deceased came to him abml sev
November 2, 1839 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
MAIDSTONE MARKET.

MAIDSTONE MARKET.

Quantity, Pric*, Ac. of Coro told in tbit Market the Week ending Saturday. Oct 26. I9SO. the la* apector—-Imperial Maaaure. QR. Bl) . Sold for. Price. Average. 2T4 4... 7 0...60» |o 865... Ad 5 Bar 170 0... 3...»t to ITa... Oai« 0... 18 0...24, to 30t... Rye ........ 0 0... 0 0.
November 2, 1839 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England