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November 2, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ST. AUGUSTINE’S.

ST. AUGUSTINE’S.

contest.— Messrs. Viuing and Powell re-elected. ST. PHILIP’S, Mr. E. Fripp. ST. MICHAEL’S. John Harding, Esq., is re-elected. T1... Conservative Town Councillors arc now in majority .fwTtuTsrS. 1.’t.l Of .UJ.-r,....... Tho U«IHaK a. one time, used to taunt their opponents with a
November 2, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BANKRUI'TS. From the London Gazettes of Friday and Tuesday. BANKRUPTS Friday, Nathaniel Davis, Westerham, Kent, innkeeper. John Michael David Kieffer,

BANKRUI'TS. From the London Gazettes of Friday and Tuesday. BANKRUPTS Friday, Nathaniel Davis, Westerham, Kent, innkeeper. John Michael David Kieffer,

Southampton-street and Charles-street, Covent-garden, Berkeley-streot, Cierkenwell, and Fetter-lane, baker. Robert Archer, Queen-street, Cheapside, wine-merchant. Joseph Lasallc, Muscovy-court, Trinity-square, merchant.
November 2, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
OXFORD CITY SESSIONS.

OXFORD CITY SESSIONS.

Monday last the Sessions for City were boldon before Janies Manning, Esq. the Recorder, Riehard Sheen, Esq. the Mayor, ami the other City Magistrates. After the Crand Jury had been iiwoni, the Recorder addressed them follows : Before I enter the basin is* of the day, wish call y
November 2, 1839 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Sale of Building Material* postponed. W FISHER bogs to infonn the Public that the , of the VALUABLE BUILDING MATERIALS

Sale of Building Material* postponed. W FISHER bogs to infonn the Public that the , of the VALUABLE BUILDING MATERIALS

of the House lately occupied Mr. Grimsley, sculptor, nearly opposite St. John's College, Oxford, is postponed until Thursday next, November 7th, 1839, when the sale sill at eleven o'clock. Credit will bo given, on approved
November 2, 1839 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BLENHEim COACH, From the CROWN AND CUSHION, CHIPPINGNORTON, every Morning, at quarter to eight, through Charlbury, Woodstock, Oxford, Tetsworth, and

BLENHEim COACH, From the CROWN AND CUSHION, CHIPPINGNORTON, every Morning, at quarter to eight, through Charlbury, Woodstock, Oxford, Tetsworth, and

High Wycombe, the BULL and MOUTH, LONDON, which Inn it will leave every Morning at a quarter nine o’clock, calling at the Western Office, No. 40, Regent Circus, Piccadilly, Moore's Green Man and Still, and Bull and 3louth new Office, corner of Porlman-streel, Oxford-street, at t
November 2, 1839 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
JESCS COLLEGE.

JESCS COLLEGE.

COLLEGE. The Principal and Fellows of Jesus College have aj»- Friday, the loth day of November inst., for the election four Scholars, one to Ik? supplied from Cowhridge School, one from Aliergavenny School, one from the seven coantics of South Wales, with preference to the kindre
November 2, 1839 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
national education.

national education.

After the disgraceful clerical clamour that has been raised and kept up with unwearied industry against the principle upon which Ministers proposed to apply the education grant, our readers will learn with ordinary surprise, from tbe correspondence between the Bishop of Exeter a
November 2, 1839 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
FIGHT BETWEEN A TURKISH AND CREEK VESSEL.

FIGHT BETWEEN A TURKISH AND CREEK VESSEL.

Miaulis gave the word to clear for action, and two ninepoundcrs the forecastle were brought to bear upon the He did not seem, however, to relish these distant hostilities, or the ignominy of retreating; but seeing that he was fully equal to us, and that there was no prospect of
November 2, 1839 - Falmouth Express and Colonial Journal - Falmouth, Cornwall, England
 
(From tke Aye.)

(From tke Aye.)

Protestant People of Britain! Protestant Nations of Europe, we rail upon you one and all, whatever may be the shades of doctrinal difference among you —whatever may be the discrepancies of your ecclesiastical discipline—whoever first may have blest the banners of your Faith, whe
November 2, 1839 - Falmouth Express and Colonial Journal - Falmouth, Cornwall, England