Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 13,409 articles

BRIGHTON, Thursday, Nov. 7.

BRIGHTON, Thursday, Nov. 7.

(From our Correspondent.) . kord Broagham, accompanied by Mr. Leader, has returned to Brighton from the north. His Lordship visited Mrs. Lane toxlyesterday, at the Bedford Hotel. We believe his Lord- ship • stay in Brighton will be short. Lord Oowper is expected to arrive in Kem
November 8, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LOT VIII.

LOT VIII.

All that other Close or Field of LAND, containing Two Acres, Two Roods, and Twenty Perches, or thereabouts. LOT IX. All that other Close or Field of LAND, containing Three Acres, Three Roods, and Eighteen Perches, or thereabouts. The entirety of the above Estate, containing abou
November 9, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
t 'AA'i' i Pl» Uakki StfiraF»LD. Lohdok* Nor. 4.-*xW morniaff ta pleatifullyMwlieJ iM j2j not «o brisk Honiijr; * declinejrf

t 'AA'i' i Pl» Uakki StfiraF»LD. Lohdok* Nor. 4.-*xW morniaff ta pleatifullyMwlieJ iM j2j not «o brisk Honiijr; * declinejrf

* t ~' •tone Beef «nd Motion W be beavr and many Cattle will remain oMotdat the cIomM the Zr. The demand for Veal «limited. aod fioMt sorte fetched but 4s, Bd. per rtone: yonng fed Fhrhwa realised full 4t. Bd. the atone, with rather hot the inferior Pork baa a doll aaleat U.p«r
November 9, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
YARMOUTH, Nov. 7.

YARMOUTH, Nov. 7.

At tbe election of Councillors on Friday last, tee Regent Ward was Ibe ouly one contested. Messrs. Pluuimer and Miller, opposed tbe Whig Radical*, were unsuccessful. The Earl of Lichfield, Lord High Steward of Borough, baa ordered a benefaction of Ml. to paid towards buildup tbe
November 9, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS EPITOME.

MISCELLANEOUS EPITOME.

Friday morning, the review of the 2nd Lite Guards, tbe 14th Light Dragoons, and of the second battalion of the Rifle Corps, took place; the 14th Dragoons keeping the ground. Her Majesty and Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg were on horseback. The illustrious party were escorted a gua
November 9, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
BANKRUPTS-(From the London Gaz.)

BANKRUPTS-(From the London Gaz.)

Faiw*v, Nov. 1.-Geo. Pennell, *t. ,„'«rr Junes street, picture dealer.-t. '">< >v coal mercbant.-B. Perkins. » v sler, gracer.-R. Swansboroagh H. „", 10 idrr. linen iiwrcnania.-M. Noke, Maidenhead, B«k», —S. Coxbead, WctmMisier-brldse-road, <ul"* tnan.-P. Paul, sea. P. Paal. str
November 9, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
At the Rampant Horse'lnn. A Six o'clock in {he Evening Com fori able 110 and »SSSt The House aud Premises

At the Rampant Horse'lnn. A Six o'clock in {he Evening Com fori able 110 and »SSSt The House aud Premises

may be viewed .t To Manufacturers, Dyers, Brewers, Bonders, and Others. S S by AUCTION, .... Mr. JOHN CULLEY The following valuable Estates Part Mr: B?I,re nSOm a -"' t Wills a,,d3A. 2P. and Dtnon * Parts of tbe same Meadows and -' ? 2P other river. reauows, and adjoining the sa
November 9, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
MILLINERY & DRESS ESTABLISHMENT. MRS. HOOD, No. 2, COLLEGE YARD, ' RESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies of n’urcester and Vkioity, that

MILLINERY & DRESS ESTABLISHMENT. MRS. HOOD, No. 2, COLLEGE YARD, ' RESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies of n’urcester and Vkioity, that

tier SHOW ROOMS anil b. OPEN for INSPECTION on TUESDAY, the lath Instant. Ijondon, November llth, 1839. THE MISSES BOSLEY MOST retpectfully inform the Ladieaof Worcester and it* neighbourhood, that their SHOW of MILLINERY, &c., will be READY FOR INSPECTION on MONDAY, the IHth In
November 14, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Highway RoniiKim:*. On the evening of Satin' '■y last, Kuon after six o’clock, Mr. Samuel Murrell, near Olooeetlee, »«a* proceeding

Highway RoniiKim:*. On the evening of Satin' '■y last, Kuon after six o’clock, Mr. Samuel Murrell, near Olooeetlee, »«a* proceeding

limnc, was stopped three fellows, who, having lorncd his gie against the bank, rilled his p.ickets of two soeercigns and 4s. o*l. in silver. The mad cart from Chepstow hap|>cned to come up the time, upon which the villains half-past eleven o’clock the same night Mr. Anselm Baile
November 14, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
IMPORTANT NEWS PROM AMERICA.

IMPORTANT NEWS PROM AMERICA.

T»ir Liverpool, Lieot. Fayror, R.N. arrived LiverpootNtQ Wednesday morning, afler a of 17 d«jr». from New Yofk. made outward voyage in 19 day*, reaching Oiat city on the 10th October. She bat brought 40 jjataengers. From the American journals brought hy the Liverpool, and the co
November 14, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England