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THE FETE OF THE HANGMAN.

THE FETE OF THE HANGMAN.

Douglas Jerr old in " The Heads of the People.) It is four in the morning. The sky is black as pitch, and the drizzling November ram seems to sink into our very flesh. All is coldness, dreariness, desolation. We emerge from byelane intoone of the broad highways of London. What s
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BARNSLEY.

BARNSLEY.

Committal.—On Monday, Wm. Ellis and Michael Murry, of Leeds, were committed the 1 care of Mr. Shepherd, at Wakefield, as rogues and vagabonds; they had been noticed by the police ■ on Saturday, looking and feeling at the pockets of several individuals in the statutes. j Educatio
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The New Judge. —Sir Robert Rolfe, Solicitor- General, is, we understand, appointed to succeed the late Mr. Justice Vaughan. The

The New Judge. —Sir Robert Rolfe, Solicitor- General, is, we understand, appointed to succeed the late Mr. Justice Vaughan. The

elevation to the beats of the learned Solicitor-General will occasion a vacancy in the representation Falmouth; but the tit commanding the election cannot be moved fbr . till the commencement of the session. The Army —The number of non-commissioned Officer! and privates in tbe s
November 9, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
A rule for a Criminal Information against Mr. A, A. "Wats, tbe proprietor ofthe United Service Gazette. libel on Daniel

A rule for a Criminal Information against Mr. A, A. "Wats, tbe proprietor ofthe United Service Gazette. libel on Daniel

Ommauey, charging him with having shown disrespect to Queen Adelaide, when ber Majesty lately visited Lisbon, the gallant Admiral being then commander the fleet in the A letter was produced in Court, written the Dowager Queen, thanking, the Adinhal lor his respectful attentions
November 9, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Tabic. ' WATER THE ENTRANCE OK THE CARLISLE AVAL. Days. Mor. Eve. Ht. Days Mor. Eve. lit In. m.' h.

Tabic. ' WATER THE ENTRANCE OK THE CARLISLE AVAL. Days. Mor. Eve. Ht. Days Mor. Eve. lit In. m.' h.

m. ft. ih. m.ih. m. ft. in. Saturday... 1 2S 1 41 ) 'Wednesday.. I'M] 12 4 Sunday 153 alfhursdav .... 443 11 Monday ....' 2St 2M sjFriday 6 39 Tuesday ... 3u 13 .... 7 75012
November 9, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CONSTABULARY FORCE.

CONSTABULARY FORCE.

The Magistrates of the county met yesterday in Adjourned Session, at the Assize Court in this town, " For the purpose receiving the Report of the Committee appointed to inquire and report on certain particulars requisite lo be ascertained under the Act of Parliament lately passe
November 14, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC) rUULISHGD wr ZT. PURDAY, 45, HIGJIHIOLBORN; and to be had of all &K»ic Sellers. NEW and

NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC) rUULISHGD wr ZT. PURDAY, 45, HIGJIHIOLBORN; and to be had of all &K»ic Sellers. NEW and

POPULAR rIA S FORTE MUSIC. Grand March and Waltz C. Ambrose 2 l.e Souvenir, Introduction and V'ars ...... Ditto 2 0 Fantasia from*"Fidelio" ... ... .. Beethoven 2 Original Waltz ... Ditto 2 0 Fantasia from "Straniera" Bellini 2 <» Sicilian Air, with variations Blackshaw 3 Nobili
November 14, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
WALLING FORD.

WALLING FORD.

Minitctpal Election.—The following is the state of the poll the close on Friday, the Ist instant: Tnomas Wells, wine -merchant,.... re-elected. William Shaw Clarke, banker .... ditto. John Kirby Hedges, Solicitor ... 69 vice Gammon. Francis auctioneer 62 re-elected Tuomas Owen,
November 9, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ON DRILLING.

ON DRILLING.

For some time past, much of the attention of the Agricultural community has been directed to drilling, more particularly since the various experiments tried large number of the most extensive and eminent farmers the country have far exceeded previously-formed expectations. Aware
November 9, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WINTER CLOTHING ALL KINDS AT VICTORIA HOUSE, MA IJ) Elf HE D ' JOHN WHITTLE desires offer Lis best thanks

WINTER CLOTHING ALL KINDS AT VICTORIA HOUSE, MA IJ) Elf HE D ' JOHN WHITTLE desires offer Lis best thanks

to his Friends and tho Public, for thoir favor* in;; the past eight years, and begs to invite their attention to a well-assorted STOCK of WINTER CLOTHING, which will found of good qualities and at very nioderate prices. groat Variety for Dresses, in plain and figured Ale- • rino
November 9, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England