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TUIALS OF CUaUTIBTe.

TUIALS OF CUaUTIBTe.

The cases of number chariuU, for of an aggravate’! nature, which took place iu Leigh and the neighbourhood, were beard in a aeparate court, before the Her. Mile* Formby. The in all the caeet were deferred till the trial* ehall be completed. W*aßiuoroN. —Henry Aldcr»OD, Em., ha*
November 5, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NANCIinTUCOUI EXOAKUS. • '•>••« *>>«< *• « tank *« »• ta »«’ •> ta rt2*ijsa «**k.M4 *wy «f Onto. Plmt,

NANCIinTUCOUI EXOAKUS. • '•>••« *>>«< *• « tank *« »• ta »«’ •> ta rt2*ijsa «**k.M4 *wy «f Onto. Plmt,

Mml. Wm**. fad frtcM. Tliw day’s flMritai U dillv tarcn. *dee*dkwee* Whwl. elMadrweeefMpwlhfceedllwdltiw. Pb«r ayasd fra* aalt, a* aa hfaaya—< a*t aack ; W«w Irtak it naalartii Oatakrtag M far dNk, aai MaalU pat toad o*«r laa( work*a ral**. Baaaaarala par faartar, aad NaM f*r le
November 5, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ialikei idd that he thought this of inquiry had been dune by mioister., or by the agitlature, during the past

ialikei idd that he thought this of inquiry had been dune by mioister., or by the agitlature, during the past

session of pulse rent, was qui.* coasututsonal, extremely useand em.xently wholesome. His noble friend had not responded to that oitiotth which be stoned to hay* expected, •hen be hod wide that violeot statement lc- ltive to the Tory party, in which be had asset t 1 that 'bey we
November 5, 1839 - Saint Christopher Advertiser and Weekly Intelligencer - Basseterre, Saint Kitts, Saint Kitts and Nevis
 
ARTICLES FOR THE TOILET. ATKINSON’S BEAR'S GREASE, well known in roost parts of the world for promoting the Growth of

ARTICLES FOR THE TOILET. ATKINSON’S BEAR'S GREASE, well known in roost parts of the world for promoting the Growth of

the Tlair. JL*-»west price in pots or bottles, 6d. N.B. The numerous low priced Articles sold as Bear s Grease are only the common Pomatums, instead of benefiting, actually injure the Hair: they are easily detected any on* who has used the genuine Bear’s Grease ATKINSON’S OLD BR
November 5, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1839.

CANTERBURY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1839.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. IMPORTANT NEWS PROM INDIA. Post Office messenger arrived in town on Wednesday morning, with mails from India, one (the latest) despatched from Bombay on the 12th ult. These despatches announce’ brilliant successes the part of the Indian army. Her Majesty’s
November 5, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DETHRONEMENT OF THE RAJAH OF SATTARA.

DETHRONEMENT OF THE RAJAH OF SATTARA.

The Rajah of Sallara has at length met his well-merited fate. A little before daybreak on Wednesday last the lime allowed biin for the acceptance of the terms having expired without his compliance, the resident, supported the regiment of native infantry, one company of her Majes
November 5, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LITERARY NOTICE.

LITERARY NOTICE.

POEMS OX VARIOUS SUBJECTS. By John Hut die, formerly of Glaturton, Wigtownshire. —Whitehaven : Pno'ed by R. Gibton. 1839. is the uuussuming title of a volume of poems on the eve of publication our esteemed townsman, Mr. Hardic, the first work of the kind, so far us our recollect
November 5, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
Mr. Thompson’s blue dog 111 bite

Mr. Thompson’s blue dog 111 bite

Mr. Fox's blue and white dog Galloper, beat Mr. Jonathan Wood’s Nina. Mr. Join Demi’s (Ulcoats) hlk. bitch Flounce, beat Mr. Bow- man's brown tic white bitch Flora. Bess beat Joker. Quaker beat Limestone.—Jerry beat Musk.——York beat Bruce.' - —Victoria beat Wineskin.- Galloper b
November 5, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
IN THE MATTER OF BOOBFIELD.

IN THE MATTER OF BOOBFIELD.

Mr. Horace Twies appeared in this caae the behalf of the petitioner, Mr. Bouifield, who, some time since, was one of Deputy Registrars of the Court Bankruptcy. The petition prayed that a sum of 63/. Bs. 3d. might be paid to the petitioner, under the following circumstances: —Mr.
November 5, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SURHKY TUKA'IRE

SURHKY TUKA'IRE

Notwithstanding the denunciations moralists —notwith- the loud outcry everywhere raised against the dangerous tendency of the modern story of Jack Sheppard, one thing is certain, that the hero maintains his ground, and r,o doubt by virtue of his characteristic faculty of making
November 5, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England