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COUNTY POLICE.

COUNTY POLICE.

The following circular has been addressed by the Home Secretary to the " • *" Whitehall, 189 S. Gentlemen,—The recent act for the appointment and establishment county couatabies, baring enacted, with a to uniformity of system, that are to be made by one of Her Majesty's principa
November 9, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Warwick, Saturday, Oct. 28.—Wheat, per bag, old M 28s Od new, 27a Barley,per quarter, 88a (hi ta 51a Od :

Warwick, Saturday, Oct. 28.—Wheat, per bag, old M 28s Od new, 27a Barley,per quarter, 88a (hi ta 51a Od :

new, 37# 48s Od ; Oats, 32s Od New, Oa Od 0# Peae, per bag.Os Od Od; Beans, 18a to 20s Od new, 0a Od to Vetchea, Malt 68a Od to 72a per quarter.
November 9, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TORY DISLOYALTY.

TORY DISLOYALTY.

another column will be found a notice of the , disloyal speech of Mr. Bradshaw, m.i\, at Canterbury, a nd proceedings of the loyal inhabitants thereon. Having cently had to discharge the painful duty of commenting the disloyal speech of Sir John Kennawav, at the CullomP dinner,
November 9, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LONDON, THURSDAY EVENING The Duke of Sussex is enjoying a better state of health than for several years. Letters from Parma state that the Archduchess Maria Louisa (Napoleon's widow) is dangerously rcM,W!IvSM Mana A larjre issue of new silver is taking n ..v , -.i the Dividends
November 9, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The Gleaner.

The Gleaner.

The late Right Hon. John Sullivan.—This venerable gentleman, who expired at bis seat, Hichings Lodge, near Colnbrook, on Friday last, in his 91st year, was Commissioner the Board of Control for years, and retired from office on the formation of Viscount Melbourne's administratio
November 8, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
CHELMSFORD. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1839 M. Tkalberg.—Tbis eminent pianist, it will be observed, intends to visit this town next week,

CHELMSFORD. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1839 M. Tkalberg.—Tbis eminent pianist, it will be observed, intends to visit this town next week,

and to give a farewell concert. He will be assisted by some distinguished vocalists, and we have no doubt wil attract a large company.—M. Thalberg bad the honour of performing three of his compositions before bei Majesty, Windsor Castle, on Tuesday evening. con sequence of tbe a
November 8, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
MORTGAGE. OEVERAL SUMS of MONEY, to the extent of V i are re ' y t0 be advanced upon security

MORTGAGE. OEVERAL SUMS of MONEY, to the extent of V i are re ' y t0 be advanced upon security

of Copyhold, or long Leasehold Estates of ample value. Apply (,f letter, post-paid,) to Mr. Remnant, Billericay. GROOM. VV A N T E D, A SINGLE MAN. who can have a good character from his last place, and understands driving. Application to be made to Mr. Joscelvne, Bookseller, Br
November 8, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
THE TIMES WE LIVE IN.

THE TIMES WE LIVE IN.

There is an alarming feature of the present time, which deserves the must anxious consideration of the prudent and respectable of all parties. We allude to the tendency to rush into extremes, so remarkably displayed by large sections the community, and evidently growing in inten
November 9, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
LITERATURE, ARTS, SCIENCES, AND EDUCATION.

LITERATURE, ARTS, SCIENCES, AND EDUCATION.

NOTICES WORKS. ; rot »m>< «tm»ih •. . I ,; , '1... 11.-r. I*»in ... f" r t^ l ' l Mm Awrral I /./; fcf ,1 "' u.nii. I .ut »''■! »,»!i .« arni-'e sore excite ■• |»| MM "• renlm. It l- nil „ . ~| ~,1 vivi'l 'I rij'tui " • ll '' loarna!.• wn-t. «itl. ry « '• ii'i»«l«'"» I. 111 . ~r
November 9, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
AWFUL FIRE IN HOUNDSDITCH.-EIGHT LIVES LOST.

AWFUL FIRE IN HOUNDSDITCH.-EIGHT LIVES LOST.

About day break Tuesday morningthe vicinity of H'>tindsj ditch and its immediate neighbourhood was thrown into scene of consternation and confusion, not eas.l v to be desi by the outbreak of fire of an awful aad calamitous character, in Wighgate-alley (a narrow street, leading f
November 14, 1839 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England