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SPALDING Ship News to the 6th Nov.

SPALDING Ship News to the 6th Nov.

SPALDING Ship News to the Nov. rp ARRIVED. David and Ann, Neal; Industry. Bear; Betsy, aad Wellington, White} JnttiJt, from Goole, and Isabella, Bigelon, and William the Fourth, Chabier, from Newcastle; coal laden. SAILED. Ann and Elizabeth, and Thomas and EBtabeth. Boyal, with w
November 8, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
VBOM THE *bOm*oir CAIETTB,.Friday, November Ut.

VBOM THE *bOm*oir CAIETTB,.Friday, November Ut.

VBOM THE *bOm*oir CAIETTB, Friday, November Ut. . , _ _ BANKRUFI'S. nZTT?' . . ' Bi, ™ iD Khain, cooper, to surrender No*. 12, r^'i 3 ' tJ* "Jt* I l ew Ro ' aI Ho,e, » Birmingham ; solici- tors, Mr.Thorndike, Staple Inn; and Mr. Wheeler, Birm- ingham. Cowing, M., Haydon, Northumb
November 8, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
LEICESTER JOURNAL.

LEICESTER JOURNAL.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1839. When the Chartist Convention was dissolved, and the Birmingham Rioters were punished by imprisonment, loud was the praise that burst from all the liberal press in favor the" lenity" of the Whig Radical authorities, and but few days ago Sir John Campbell
November 8, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
y» tlerk to the rustees. 21st Oct. 1839. i, ~ TAMWORTH AM) HARRINGTON BRIDGE TURNPIKE ROAD TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby

y» tlerk to the rustees. 21st Oct. 1839. i, ~ TAMWORTH AM) HARRINGTON BRIDGE TURNPIKE ROAD TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby

Given, tliat(be Tolls arising at the Tolls Sate* upon tlic said Turnpike Road, called or known by the several names hereunder mentioned, WILL LET BY AUCTION, the best bidder or bidders, at the bouse of Mr. Beavington the Royal Hotel, in Ashby-de- U-Zouch, on Monday, the day Nove
November 8, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Willouqhlnj. XottiufilMiHshirr. SOLD 11V AUCTION, by if. wood, the Bull's Head Inn, in in tbc county of Leicester, Thursday the

Willouqhlnj. XottiufilMiHshirr. SOLD 11V AUCTION, by if. wood, the Bull's Head Inn, in in tbc county of Leicester, Thursday the

14th day November, 1839, between the hours three and five o'clock in the either altogether or in such lots shall be agreed upon at the time of sale. The following valuable ESTATE, viz. all that Close exceeding good Pasture Land, called Stettledale Close, containing by estimation
November 8, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
OAZRTTE—STATE OF THK COUNTRY.

OAZRTTE—STATE OF THK COUNTRY.

OAZRTTE— STATE OF THK COUNTRY. (From the Dublin Evening Mail.) The slate of the country, we an sorry to Miy, ia going oi. from lad to worse. This is but the second day since we had. to ■report, »*n the authority of the Gazette and the provincial journals of flic last issue, one m
November 8, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
RIOTS IN WALES.

RIOTS IN WALES.

TWENTY CHARTISTS SHOT On Tuesday, intelligence was received in London a rising of the Chartists Wai es, and conflict between them and the soldiers Newport, in which nine of the deluded men were killed. The rioters, to the number, it was stated, of nearly 8 000, entered Newport i
November 8, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
SCRAPS. A scarlet rash lias swept off a great number of children Kendal within the last few weeks. Mr. Thomas

SCRAPS. A scarlet rash lias swept off a great number of children Kendal within the last few weeks. Mr. Thomas

Hutchinson, of Woodhnll, near Haydon Bridge, exhibited in Hexham market, on Tuesday, two white globe turnips, each weighing 301bs. and measuring 3 feet inches in circumference. A youngman named Horton, an engineer, has been committed lor trial, for forging and issuing a large nu
November 8, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
CHELMSFORD CHRONICLE Chartism, which in England bad died tbe lingering but very natural death of contempt, has raised its head

CHELMSFORD CHRONICLE Chartism, which in England bad died tbe lingering but very natural death of contempt, has raised its head

in the most horrid form in the Principality of Wales. Its doctrines would not stand the searching scrutiny and sound reflecting sense of the middle classes of England. They saw that their effect, if not their object, was confusion, ruin, and blood ; and its professors then slunk
November 8, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ASSOC!ATTOHk for the TECTION and APPRBJIENSIO\ of HORSE STEALERS. IVTOTrCE is hereby w Annual Meeting of this Association will be

ASSOC!ATTOHk for the TECTION and APPRBJIENSIO\ of HORSE STEALERS. IVTOTrCE is hereby w Annual Meeting of this Association will be

held, the BLACK Swan Inn in Hohncastle, on Tuesday the day of November instant, the hour of Twelve at Noon, when the routes the different members will be determined upon, the accounts audited, and new members admitted By order, RICHd. CLITHEROW, Hon. Sec. and Treasurer. Dinner t
November 8, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England