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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING 11vTBLLIU(RNCh. TATTERSALL'S-TmiUIDAY. The room was very thinly attended, and the bettleg too oat and un- imprtat vento erit reulr qottiou. The only bees we heaord t werea 1000to Sapt Brofkis,' 1,200s to f00 on Warden agot Grey Mlton, and W0G even on Muley lameal egat La
November 8, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

MADRID, Nov. 2. LFtOKt OU0 OWN CORESBPONDENT.1 In a hurried note on Thursday I ilformid yoa that th I sessions of the Cortes were suspended upon that day, by royal decree, till the 20th of thu present month; and that the Congress a few minutes before had passed a re- solution, d
November 11, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
JOHN THOROGOOD.

JOHN THOROGOOD.

To THE EDITOR oF THE MORNING CHRONICLE, Sis.-As you have performed that charitable office in other cases, I trust you will be good enough to receive and apply my humble contribution in old of the subscrip- tion, which I rejoice to see so spiritedly coinimencod, in favour of John
November 14, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—WEDNESDAY.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—WEDNESDAY.

COURT Op BEA2VRUPTCYNWEDNESDAY. [Befre Mr. Coeuaiesloner Evans.] IN TIt S MATTIS OF PSTBt rAUL AND SON- This wae the 01sy appointud tor., the choice af assignee'. Tae bankrupts ware extensiie bailhers, carrying on busineis In Silverr street, Goldet. eq iarej and the debcs proved
November 14, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AMERICANUS, No. II.

AMERICANUS, No. II.

TO TILE EDITOR oF THE MORNING CHRONICLE, SiR-I propose now to show the entire safety therm is in the investment of capital in American state bonds. America, or more properly the United States, Is eom. posed of twenty-six distinct sovereignties or stafes, each of which has a sepa
November 9, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CORONBRS' INQUESTS. SHOOKING DETH PFROM STARVATION.-188t ?? ,as inquest-was held at the Black Horse tavera, High-stftet, Poplar, before Mr. Baker, the coroner, and a respectaible jury, on view of the body of a middle-aod man, ahose aame VsV unknown, who had died from, star Dtioda
November 9, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
reports circulated relative to the change in the negro population were unfounded—that the advantages to planters had been great—that the

reports circulated relative to the change in the negro population were unfounded—that the advantages to planters had been great—that the

advantages to Giejr Britain had been dreat, and that the negro populatioir were improved and happy by the act of justice v l vlifeh:' had been secured to them by the moral power of this country.—( Hear, hear.) The negro attributed aillais blessings to the labours of the people o
November 8, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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November 8, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SIR JAMES MURRAY'S RECLAMATION. TO THE EDITORS OP THE DIERICO-CHIRUR. REVIEW. 33, Piccadilly, Aug. 21, 1839. GENTLEMEN—Last winter I apprised

SIR JAMES MURRAY'S RECLAMATION. TO THE EDITORS OP THE DIERICO-CHIRUR. REVIEW. 33, Piccadilly, Aug. 21, 1839. GENTLEMEN—Last winter I apprised

you that in future you could obtain no Solution of Magnesia from a THEN agent of our's in London ; that person has since set up for himself, and has garbled the eulogiu m w hi c h you wro t e in y our 31 e di c o- Chirur. Review, and has applied your testimoliial to an imitation
November 13, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EVENING EDITION.

EVENING EDITION.

November 13, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England