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REVIEWS BOOKS. DEATH. WITH OTHER POEMS, By the Rev. R. Montcomeuv. Sixth Edition. There are seasons when the thought of

REVIEWS BOOKS. DEATH. WITH OTHER POEMS, By the Rev. R. Montcomeuv. Sixth Edition. There are seasons when the thought of

death presents itself with a solemnity of effect that effectually banishes for the time all the ordinary excitements of life, and absorbs the mind in a profound contemplation of the mighty change that awaits it. How trivial then do the anxious concerns of but yesterday appear ■
November 14, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Topper Canada Clergy Society. HE Third Axxiver«.arv MEETING of tlie A?*??*™? >»M (if God permit) H.i. present , November 14th,

Topper Canada Clergy Society. HE Third Axxiver«.arv MEETING of tlie A?*??*™? >»M (if God permit) H.i. present , November 14th,

1839, at the Literauv and rim.osopniCAL Institution, Promenade. rp> to . at Two o’clock precisely. Ihe Rt\. SfcJ TIM US RAMSEY, A.M. will attend he Deputation from the Parent Society. P* L. COUSINS, S ten eta . Assembly Rooms, Cheltenham. THE Nobility and Gentry are most respect
November 14, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
STOURBRIDGE.

STOURBRIDGE.

On Thursday evening the first tea-party of the season, in connexion with the Stourbridge Institute Popular Science and Literature, was held the lecture-room of tbe institution, Robert Scott, Esq., in tbe chair. Miss Westwood presided at the piano forte. The room was tastefully d
November 13, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
MORE SEIZURE FOR CHURCH RATES AT PONTEFRACT.

MORE SEIZURE FOR CHURCH RATES AT PONTEFRACT.

The Persecuting Church appears disposed to carry things with a high hand in Pontefract, as elsewhere. There the Church which preaches " Provide things honest," shows its appreciation of the apostolic injunction, by plundering the people of their goods and chattels; and there, to
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TAIT'S MAGAZINE

TAIT'S MAGAZINE

There can scarcely be more convincing evidence of the entire lull prevailing in the political world that the small space which politics now occupy in the pages of our periodical journals. The last! number our only Radical quarterly—the London ! and Westminster Review—appeared wi
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED ROBINSON CRUSOE.

THE ILLUSTRATED ROBINSON CRUSOE.

* London. The most interesting book, without exception, ever written for the instruction and entertainment of juvenile well as adult readers, ii here offered to the public, illustrated in style in which it never has been before. Three hundred engraving wood are to illustrate the
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

InUTH.— by lawyers, from their parch; merit lips, esteemed a libel;—by armv men from their "lungs military," a lie ; _bv" churchmen j from their clergy tongues, infidelity statesmen. from their protocol jaws, sedition by monarclis from their luxurious mouths, trea~ ;*?".»" y aut
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOPS ON SALE. DODG§OX, HOP MERCHANT, AND WHOLESALE TEA DEALER, WO. 4, BRIDGE ElfD, LEEDS, Respectfully begs to inform Brewers

HOPS ON SALE. DODG§OX, HOP MERCHANT, AND WHOLESALE TEA DEALER, WO. 4, BRIDGE ElfD, LEEDS, Respectfully begs to inform Brewers

and Dealers, that he has on hand good assortment of Kent and Bussex Hops, which he is offering on reasonable Terms. CALIDONIAN INSURANCE COMPANY. THE Receipts for the Renewal of Pclicies _ falling due at Martinmas, are now ready for I Delivery, and should be paid on or before th
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SHOCKING MURDER OF A FATHER BY A SON, IN YORKSHIRE.

SHOCKING MURDER OF A FATHER BY A SON, IN YORKSHIRE.

SHOCKING MURDER OF A FATHER SON, IN YORKSHIRE. Manchester, Wednesday. Abont seven o'clock Sunday evening last, the inhabitants Lee, near Oldham, were thrown into state of great excitement a report, which proved but too true, that man named John Bardslev, a rover in the mill Of Mr
November 9, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Friendship'# Offering for 1840.—This beautiful Annual still keep- the even tenor its way, while many of its gayer brethren have

Friendship'# Offering for 1840.—This beautiful Annual still keep- the even tenor its way, while many of its gayer brethren have

either changed their outward form, or ceased to appear. The illustrations oi'Friendship's Offering are not inferior in execution to those its more pretending rivals, while the value its literary contents are attested the names of St. John, Hervev, Miller, Mrs. Norton, Miss Stric
November 9, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England