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clothing along with it • and tell me if was not an independent man, though poor.— TiMogazine. MELANCTIIoN. Another portrait

clothing along with it • and tell me if was not an independent man, though poor.— TiMogazine. MELANCTIIoN. Another portrait

yet remains to be drawnthat of the morning star of the Reformation ; borrowing all his light, it is true, from the Saxon sun, and who, without Luther, would have been extinguished in the deepest night, but from the conquest of whose sou!, so meek and amiable, which no man could
November 14, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT, Nov. 13.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT, Nov. 13.

Archibald Torry, whose case bad been before the Court on several occasions, presented himself for adjudication. The insolvent was opposed on the part of Mr. James Torry Douglas, his nephew, on the ground that he had committed a breach of trust to a large amount. lie had been lan
November 14, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE BANQUET AT GUILDHALL.

THE BANQUET AT GUILDHALL.

The hall was fitted up with great elegance by Mr. Herring, the upholsterer to the corporation. At the east end, across the Large window, was an entablature, with the words " God save the Queen," lighted up with gas in the most splendid manner by Mr. Lowe, who supplied and superi
November 11, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Immediately will be published, in 3 vols. poet Bvo. T HEFR I G H T. A NOVEL. By Min ELLEN

Immediately will be published, in 3 vols. poet Bvo. T HEFR I G H T. A NOVEL. By Min ELLEN

PICKERING, A uthorem of " The Heiren"—" The Merchant's Daughter"— " Nan Darrell," &c, &c. T. and W. Boone, 2'J, New Bond -street; Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh.
November 11, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CIRCASSIA.

CIRCASSIA.

For some months the war in Circassia has been hardly mentioned In the joornals. Papcra before ns revive it in recollection. Tl.e address of the Emperor Nicholas General the Conimander-m-Clnef of the of the Caucasus." confesses," as the correctly ol«erves " a stngele much more an
November 9, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
MR W. COLLING HOBSON

MR W. COLLING HOBSON

W. COLLING HOBSON Has the Honour announce to the NolnUty, Clergy, Cm,try. Merchants, Manufacturer*? Tradesmen, c.. Ac., that is preparing for FkMieafion, Subscript b,n. i A NEW MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLES, CIONTAINING all tjic Improvements the (icograpliy of the ITtuted Kingdom to t
November 9, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
WALKER HALL, NEAR STAINDROP.

WALKER HALL, NEAR STAINDROP.

MR WETHERELL WILL SELL Y AUCTION, (without hkskrvb.) At Walker Halt, near Stuiudrnji, on FRIDA Y, Not. IS/A, The whole the farming stock, IMPLEMENTS HUSBANDRY. HAY. CORN, of MEADOW and PASTURE LAND. Ac., fit., belonging to Mr Thomas Bkck. who I* declining Farming; cunsi«ting of
November 9, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
OLD SHILDON. TO ftn SOU) BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, excellent and newly-built FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE situated at the west end of Old

OLD SHILDON. TO ftn SOU) BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, excellent and newly-built FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE situated at the west end of Old

Sldldon, in the county of Durham, consisting of two front Parlours, Dairy, amt Kitchen on the ground floor, and four good fted-rooajs and Store-room the second floor. There is Pump ami every convenience in the Yard, and the premises are well adapted fur tlie residence of a gente
November 9, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
TRAINS FOR PASSENGERS AND PARCELS.

TRAINS FOR PASSENGERS AND PARCELS.

FOR CARLISLE. &c. tlio Station* Wert of tlio Infirmary, Newcastle, and Rcdheogli. Mixed, lialf-pnat 5 Morning. Quirk, Morning. Mixed, h Aflcrn. Mixed, half-part Aftern. Quit k, 5 o'clock Afternoon. Short Train, Half-past SUNDAYS. 9 o'clock Morning. 5 o'clock Afternoon. QUICK TRA
November 9, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
SIIIPI>IXG INTKI.LIGE.NCE.

SIIIPI>IXG INTKI.LIGE.NCE.

Clay. Nov. I.—The hrig Achilles, of and from Sooth Shields Tor London, lailen with coa!.'?. mink off Cromer on the uit.. about noon, the wind blowing very from H.. with s. sen. The life-lioat w»» I»onchc<l on the morning i,r.*- 1 *, ff her assistance, the vessel being in di*- ir
November 9, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England