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CLOSISG SALE OF THOOLEKS DUTCH FLOW HOOTS. Bv Mr. T. BRANCH, . l »om«o* ( tk« 6Um»»U«». *> Bhn* clock, ONE CHEST ITNE*DUTC?LSbLBI>, ji*t fioio 11..,1 re. Dc-Vk ood Si«l. Hj*CM<k-. T'llips, N.rcirMKt. Lilin, Coicwrer, Jo«q«‘K ■'if*"' c.lum, Anrmr.gr*, &e. Ac., bciO| iko lort Mr. I
November 5, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIEUTENANT DENNETT, U N.

LIEUTENANT DENNETT, U N.

LIEUTENANT DENNETT, N. W« have much pleasure in eteting lh»t valuable tetltmony has been buroe in Paris Ibe high meritn( Mr. Dennett, whose exhibition of the utility of bis rockets, in case »f sbipwreck. some lime ago interested many of the merchants and ship° The Geoerai Shipwre
November 5, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL TIDE TABLE.

LIVERPOOL TIDE TABLE.

November 5, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TOTHS WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT BURGESSES WEST DERBY WARD. Gbvtlsmss, Again plaead m Um proud ulaUioa of BsPsbsbstativb jour Ward in

TOTHS WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT BURGESSES WEST DERBY WARD. Gbvtlsmss, Again plaead m Um proud ulaUioa of BsPsbsbstativb jour Ward in

tko Town Coohcil, bocomet oqp of mj first moot pi Maine dalioa to tkaak you aincorsly for the aigsal maaaor which you docidod tho coot Mi. Tho nranrliahuif with whiah 1 hava hpau am Mi oartaiu that My adhrts wia coaidaaca My ceaatituaati hava haao crowaad with raceaw. To eudaaaa
November 5, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE TITHE COMMISSIONERS for England and Wales hereby give Notice, that the Twentieth day iif November, they will proceed, either

THE TITHE COMMISSIONERS for England and Wales hereby give Notice, that the Twentieth day iif November, they will proceed, either

by themselves Assistant Commissioner, ascertain and award the Tfotal Sum paid way of Rent-charge, instead of the Tithes of the Parish of LIT TLE CHART, in the county Kent, according to the provisions of the Act for the Commntation of Tithes in England and Wales; and that the fir
November 5, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
WELLINGTON PAVILION, DOVER.

WELLINGTON PAVILION, DOVER.

Valuable Sale of the Decorations of the above Pavilion; consisting of the antique and truly splendid pieces of TAPESTRY, very superb Table, Chairs, and Glass, Danners, Transparent Pointings, Shields, Armour, Spears, and other Effects, On THURSDAY, the 7th of November, 1839. MR.
November 5, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
;''J^ AR *Nrs and guardians. .-g i ,J < * J.«*pe«»MtYODTH, an ATPRENJF. KA, GROCERY, PROVISION applying to Mr.T. F.

;''J^ AR *Nrs and guardians. .-g i ,J < * J.«*pe«»MtYODTH, an ATPRENJF. KA, GROCERY, PROVISION applying to Mr.T. F.

Cobb, » for the teeth and ouiMs. BOTANIC TOOTH POWDER and •"VrURE These Dentifrice , which hare so much “’ration the Medical Professinn. are remeir nu disorders of the mouth ; the, cure tire .curry in »k*l firm and healthy redness ; they tartar from teeth, fasten such are loose,
November 5, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE RERTIMDING OF THR ROYAL RXCHANGEIMPORTANT CASE OF COMPENSATION.

THE RERTIMDING OF THR ROYAL RXCHANGEIMPORTANT CASE OF COMPENSATION.

(Before the Rscounint and a Specisl Jury.) CELL V. COMPANY AND THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF LONDON, TRUSTEES OF THE ROYAL EXCHANGE. In this case Mr. KELLY, Mr. BUTT, and Mr. RYLAND, appeared for the claimant ; and Sir WILLIAM FOLLETT, the COMMON SERGEANT, Mr. GURNEY, and Mr. B
November 5, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

LISBON, 0cT.28. The signs of the times look more dismal than ever far the foreign creditors of this country. Their hopes must have been raised to a pretty high pitch by the sham demonstration of honest intentions on the part of the Portuguese government, to which I have adverted
November 5, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
BAIL COURT-SATURDAY.

BAIL COURT-SATURDAY.

Mr. Justice LITTLEDALE Wok bll seat in this court, and onened the term, on Saturday, at tlle usual hoar. IN THE MATTER OF THE CLIFF TITHES. Sir FREDERICK POLLOCK moved the court, in case, for a mandamus aitainst the tithe commissio ners to compel them to reconsider their decisio
November 5, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England