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LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

L ON'D ON MA lK E ?? CORN EXCHANGE,.-MARIK L E LONNDON. MONDAY, NOV. 4-Ottr Supply of J\Sheat and all Eng- -lish gt'ai n was very mtoderate tf! Is 11i"i'limn, and also dur- jn'g last we(k atc el, it t (ero wit:s Ii y.t-ii conisiderable arrival of' fbreign When t, Nvi th sin~e 1Ba
November 6, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE PEASANTRY OF ENGLAND.

THE PEASANTRY OF ENGLAND.

TIM PEASkNTRY OF ENGLAND, IlYRV A- - Tto A155 VI" EMtLAND[) BY CHARIES SWAIN, ESQ. (horrnthatfavourite Annualithe "FORGETME NOT" for18-40.) t( The Peasantry of England, 2 The merry hearts and free v The sword may boast a braver band- ti But give the scythe to me ! Si Give me the
November 6, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
tf^J Fv

tf^J Fv

tf^ J Fv lIER MAJESTY. (From our Correspondent.) Windsor, Tuesday Evening. The we. ther has been most unfavourable during the day, and her Majesty, in consequence, did not take her acenstomed airing. Lady Charlotte Dundas rode out on horseback. The Dowager Countess Cowper, Lady F
November 6, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL HURRIC iNE at BERMUDA

DREADFUL HURRIC iNE at BERMUDA

( From the Bermuda Royal Gazette.) Hamtltov, Sept. 17. — 1t has never fallen to onr lot to re- cord so violent and seriously calamitous a hurricane as occurred in these islands on the night of Wednesday and morning of Thursday, the llth and l_th instant. In the early part of Wed
November 6, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

, London, November 5. Turkey and Egypt.—The Confiance steamer arrived on Thursday, and the Talavera on Sunday last, both from Besika Bay, bringing letters from the British squadron to the Hth ult., announcing the return there of the lihadamanthur. from Constantinople, and the Ze
November 6, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WORCESTER MARKET.

WORCESTER MARKET.

Worcester. Nov. supply Wheat from the farmers being yen short, Wheat sold readily advance of I*. to 2s. per qr.; line white realised 80s. per qr. Malting Barley supported its value with a fair demand : grinding unaltered. In Oats there was a considerable business d.«ng, at Gd. t
November 6, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
GLEANINGS.

GLEANINGS.

Physicians the Household. —A gentleman who was accustomed to take his regular exercise on horseback, and whose chief drink was asses-milk, was asked by an invalid friend, to whom a doctor was daily administering pills and draughts, How he contrived to keep always in such excelle
November 6, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
SIERRA LEONE,

SIERRA LEONE,

We have been favoured with copious extracts from a letter received few days ago from Sierra Leone—that in - hospitable region, which, from inherent peculiarities of climate and situation, is so fatal to Europeans. The yellow fever, or black vomit, is again threatening to commenc
November 6, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
WANTED

WANTED

a DISTILLERY in the North, a MANAGER _ sufficiently acquainted with the science and practical deparment of the business, and who could invest mode, rate sum in the concern ; liberal salary would be allowed for trouble, besides a share of profits according to his interest in the
November 6, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
literature.

literature.

EDINBURGH MAGAZINES FOR NOVEMBER. Blackwood and Tail seem to have proclaimed truce with politics this month ; for neither has a single politica article. The former opens with an elaborate essay on the present position of the Church of Scotland, the iter o which takes th * same v
November 6, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland