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DREADFUL MURDER AT KEIGHLEY

DREADFUL MURDER AT KEIGHLEY

From the Halax .) This retired t own, whose n a me is Guar little heard of in the dark records of crime, seated as it is on the far verge of the clothing district, and at the foot of the wild Appenine of England, was on Wednesday night roused from its quietude by the report of m
November 5, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE OPERATIVE CONSER VATIVE ASSOCIATION.

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE OPERATIVE CONSER VATIVE ASSOCIATION.

The fourth anniversary dinner of this flourishing association took place on Wednesday last, at the Commercial Hotel, Ashton. For some days previously, there had been a great demand for tickets, and although every exertion was made to accommodate as large a number as possible, th
November 5, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PRICES OF TIMBER AT LIVERPOOL,

PRICES OF TIMBER AT LIVERPOOL,

WooD, Deals, 120 stand. m. duty paid Archangel .el9 0 @ Memel 17 0 Gothenburg l5 10 - - Wyburg lB 0 - Petersburg 18 10 - PLANKS, per foot of 2 inches thick. Danzig, Deck - 0 4,i- British American Pine - 0 3 LATDWOOD, per fathom. Danzig, 4 feet .£8 10 9 10 British American 5 0 6
November 5, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Day, foolscap Etvo., price 6s, i ll-I c MASACRE of SAINT BARTI-10- ,5,,• • i h concise History of the

Day, foolscap Etvo., price 6s, i ll-I c MASACRE of SAINT BARTI-10- ,5,,• • i h concise History of the

Corruptions, A h_Phtio th , . I An ti-S ocial ' Effects of Romanism. • , : 0 14 t ~ f 4 h ri e i 0 tl, f e Medals struck by Pope Gregory XIII. in ' l ernoration of ' the event ccompanies the Volume. IIY WILLIAM S. R. COCKBURN, Bart., M.A. London: John W. Parker, West Strand.
November 5, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DOUR SE AND FUNDS.

DOUR SE AND FUNDS.

It is very currently reported - to-day that the Bank of England is about to take another loan of the Bank of France. The stocks are flit, are very dull. French Five per Cents. 110 f. 85c. cash, and in liquidation ; Three per Cents. 811. 80c. cash; 81f. 75c. in liquidation.
November 5, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MACCLESFIELD.

MACCLESFIELD.

(From the Macclesfield Ea . urier.) The election of two councillors, for each of the six wards, into which this borough is divided, took place yesterday. The result was the complete success of the Conservative party, in every instance where they had to put forward a candidates n
November 5, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ROYAL GALLERY of PRACTICAL SCIENCE, Adelaide-street, West Strand.—The only SPECIMENS of the DAkiIJEII.IIEOTYPE in England,Qxecuteci by M.DAGUERRE himeelf, are be

ROYAL GALLERY of PRACTICAL SCIENCE, Adelaide-street, West Strand.—The only SPECIMENS of the DAkiIJEII.IIEOTYPE in England,Qxecuteci by M.DAGUERRE himeelf, are be

seen at this Institution. Admittance Is extra. The Steam Gun. hticroscope, Model of the Archimedes, the Electrical Eel, Polarization of Light, and other novelties. Open daily at 10 a.m. Admittance, Is. MAGIC CAVE.—The only subterraneous Exhibition in London, in which mny be seen
November 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CANDLE LAMPS.-PALMER'S PATENT CANDLE LAMPS are now made to burn candles with one, two, three, or four wicks, which enables

CANDLE LAMPS.-PALMER'S PATENT CANDLE LAMPS are now made to burn candles with one, two, three, or four wicks, which enables

them to be used for all purposes where light Is required. A most extensive assortment of Lamps, with the candles, at PARKINSON'S, 79, Oxford-street, opposite the Pantheon, and at GREEN and CONSTABLE'S, 36, King William. street, London-bridge.
November 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO NOBLEMEN and GENTLEMEN.—The Advertiser, a young Man, aged 25, of gentlemanly appearance, and well educated, is desirous of meeting

TO NOBLEMEN and GENTLEMEN.—The Advertiser, a young Man, aged 25, of gentlemanly appearance, and well educated, is desirous of meeting

with it SITUATION in a Nobleman's or Gentleman's family as BUTLER or VALET: is fully qualified to undertake either situation ; has spent two years in France, and accustomed to travel. References of the first respectability, and security to any amount, If required. A Dolceur will
November 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A S GROOM, a young Man, of steady habits and good chiracter, who would not object to make himself useful

A S GROOM, a young Man, of steady habits and good chiracter, who would not object to make himself useful

other way occasionally.—Direct C. H., Mr. Heath, Tenter-street, Little Moorfields.
November 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England