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DREADFUL CHARTIST RIOT IN SOUTH WALES—TWENTY RIOTERS KILLED.

DREADFUL CHARTIST RIOT IN SOUTH WALES—TWENTY RIOTERS KILLED.

Newport, Monday, Two o'Clock.—This morning about 8000 of the most desperate Chartists, headed by Frost, the ex-magistrate and Chartist demagogue, marched into Newport from the hills, armed with muskets, guns, pistols, pikes, •words, anil other offensivo weapons, and hating congr
November 9, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
NEWBURY, SATURDAY, November 9.

NEWBURY, SATURDAY, November 9.

Newbury Sessions.—On Thursday last the Sessions for this Borough were held before William Wheatelv, Esq., Recorder, George Payne, Esq., Mayor, aud the Borough Justices. The calendar was a short one, and presented no case any interest. The following prisoners were tried : —John C
November 9, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE CATHOLIC DOCTRINE OF A TRIUNE GOD.

THE CATHOLIC DOCTRINE OF A TRIUNE GOD.

THE CATHOLIC DOCTRINE OF TRIUNE GOD. By Charles Douglas Hope. | This is very careful compilation of texts, adduced from the Scriptures in support the belief in the One-ness of a Three-fold God. These amount to two hundred and nine passages, selected from the Old and New Testament
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GREAT meeting at derby,

GREAT meeting at derby,

week, a most influential meeting was held in the Guildhall, Oerhy, for t!»e purpose of forming Loral Hoard aid of the Lichfield Diocesan .Hoard Education. . . , Sir George Crewe was called to the chair; and there were present the Archdeacons of Derby and Stafford, the Hon. and R
November 9, 1839 - Derbyshire Courier - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
WORMS ON LAWNS.

WORMS ON LAWNS.

(From the Gardenen’ Gazettt.) r- At seeeral of my friends hsve had their lawns' quite spoiled from purchasing receipts for destroying the worm cists lawns, 1 shall feel obliged if you will insert the annexed receipt your paper, from Its very extensive circulation I feel assured
November 9, 1839 - Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SM ITHFI OLD, X ,Nn 4.

SM ITHFI OLD, X ,Nn 4.

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November 9, 1839 - Hampshire Independent - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
PULLU'IWER4I HOTEL

PULLU'IWER4I HOTEL

BERNARD STREET, SOUTHAMPToN. RICHARD PULLINGER begs to atomism to' hie • and the Public, that he has OPENED a NEW and CONISMDIOCS HOTEL, in the immediate Vicinity of the Terminus of the London end Southampton Railway. This Establishment situated at the Corner of /alud Street, in
November 9, 1839 - Hampshire Independent - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
THE CHARTIST RIOTS.

THE CHARTIST RIOTS.

The account those melancholy and (atally-ending disturbance! in the town of Newport, which we give elsewhere our columns to-day, will be read with astonishment and regret by every loyal and well-thinking man throughout the country. Happily, by the exemplary firmness of the mayor
November 9, 1839 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
THE BRIDGEWATER TORIES.

THE BRIDGEWATER TORIES.

Another preat Tory row tin* was held at Bridgewater, on Monday. Mr. Escott, one of the principal speakera, lamented the want of an efficient leader the party "He would say to the Conservatives around him, that they were engaged in no slight work. What they wanted «u actios wbat
November 9, 1839 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
TABLE OF HIGH AND LOW WATER, Oh the Lynn Gauge ai Denver Sluice, and ra the Free Bridge at Lynn.

TABLE OF HIGH AND LOW WATER, Oh the Lynn Gauge ai Denver Sluice, and ra the Free Bridge at Lynn.

Last the foundation of Baptist Chapel was Weetgate-street, Bury St. Edmund's.
November 9, 1839 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England