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From the London Gazette.

From the London Gazette.

FRIDAY. Nov. 1. G. PEN FELL, picture-dealer. Westminster. D. JAMES, coal-merchant, Louden. R PERKINS, grocer, Westminster. M. COWING, innkeeper. Havdon-bridge, Xurthum- J. builder. Lichfield, W, V. MOKIiIS, coal-merchant, Pimlieo. G. SHEPPAKD. corn-denier. Tliornton-le-ClaT. W.
November 9, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Classical and other Books

Classical and other Books

!nj \\ m. Currv, j*.». and Company, Dublin, and Sold by Samtei, Ilouuuoimi. London,and all Booksellers Cambridge. PLATO’S A POLOGYof SOCRATES,CRITO. ■n<l PH.EDO. wit). lljp l.tttitt Vpraion uf KltrM B numerou. Krißlisb .Voe.s. Hy ibe U«». S. St.is-- ford. 8 vo. Os. cloth. A Til
November 9, 1839 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
MISCELLANY.

MISCELLANY.

By THE GREAT WESTERN.—"Excuse my back; AS the horse said to the mart vol vos ridirtg vitHchlt dtlV S.tddlc.— Don't Wte ftir me," as the eustomet said lien his butcher charged two cents more for a pound of beef. -At the last 4Hi of July, the following loast was given at a western
November 9, 1839 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
BRISTOL PRICES CURRENT OF LEATHER AND RAW GOODS.

BRISTOL PRICES CURRENT OF LEATHER AND RAW GOODS.

1U IL J 1l» IV A A JU. in. a. Q. IV. in. a. a. !"• Crop Hides,per lb SO.S5—lltol2i Irisli Skins —• » I* 40 48—13 14 Welsh Skins 81 40—14 16 50 60—15 16 40 45—14 17 Foreign Hides .30 35—-12 134 45 50—18 20 40 45—12 13 52 56—20 24 Middlings 12 18 27 35- 12 13 Butts English. 16 20—
November 9, 1839 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
CAPTURE OF FROST, THE RINGLEADER.

CAPTURE OF FROST, THE RINGLEADER.

Nkwpoiit, TitksOay Niout, Nov, s. —On arrival here early this morning, I found that nona of the previous statements I have sent to you were in the least exaggerated, with the exception, perhaps, of the numbers eoncerned. which have been variously stated, and with reapeet to whic
November 12, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
or receive in

or receive in

policy. A descending Sea themselves of prese •»d sn Ascbmoiwo > are looking forward Two-third* of eaul ■lay be paid, and on ■I five per cent. A liberal evatem tration in all ifiapute management. Naval and Milita: deuces, at equitable the time of actual ADOIiTONAI. No extra Premi
November 12, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
In the parishes of Pamber, Bauyhurst, Mortimer, and Ufion. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, i^atofero At the Horns Public House, Mortimer,

In the parishes of Pamber, Bauyhurst, Mortimer, and Ufion. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, i^atofero At the Horns Public House, Mortimer,

in the middle of the present month, BOUT ONE HUNDRED and TWENTY ACRES UNDERWOOD of Superior Growth and Quality.—Full particulars will appear in nest week's Paper. BUTE B. ICS. ITKDEEWOOI) and TUSBES, TIDMARSH AND ABHAMPSTEAD. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, BY ON Thursday, November 14tli, 1
November 9, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Constabulary Force Act.—The magistrates of the Brighton division having assembled to hear the opinions several rate-payers of the various parishes

Constabulary Force Act.—The magistrates of the Brighton division having assembled to hear the opinions several rate-payers of the various parishes

of the district, are of opinion that the new Act is not required in the Brighton division. We are agreeably surprised learn from a correspons dent, that Devonport is considered safe for the Conservative candidate —that is, if promises arc fulfilled. The canvasthere has been very
November 9, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

A report that the Egyptian army had made a movement was circulated the 15th, and created a certain sensation at the foreign embassies. This rumour rested the annexed despatch:— " Saad Ullah, Pasha of Malatia, has given notice of the advance on Malatia of a corps Egyptian troops,
November 9, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
TRUE TORY LOYALTY.

TRUE TORY LOYALTY.

If there be one thing more than another on which the Tories piume themselves it is their loyalty. Loyalty in office, and loyalty out of office, are very different things. Of their loyalty in office, those who are old enough have many a bitter remembrance ; of their loyalty out o
November 9, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England