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DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Death op Hon. Charles Lk Trench, the Vbnkkaklb Aklhdeacon Akuagh. —It with pain and deep regret have announce to you the demise of this amiable, high-minded, and excellent Christian, which took place at bis scat, Macknay. Typhus fever was the disease which removed him from the s
November 9, 1839 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BAWBUAV.

BAWBUAV.

On Monday last died, Mr. William Egertoo, aged 35 years. Mr. E. was one of the choir the Itoinan Catholic Chapel in this place, and secretary to the Cricket Club. was much esteemed by all who knew’ him. Municipal Elections. —This affair Just went off. and that was all, on Friday
November 9, 1839 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTY OF OXFORD.

COUNTY OF OXFORD.

NOTICE is hereby given, that an Adjournment of the last General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, for this county, will be lioldcn Saturday, the sixteenth day of Nov. instant, at the (irand Jury Room, Hall, Oxford, one o'clock in the afternoon when the ordinary business of the Adjo
November 9, 1839 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
the Bur jesses of the South fVard. Gentlemen, fWCCEPT my most jrateful thanks for your kindnrss i n placing again,

the Bur jesses of the South fVard. Gentlemen, fWCCEPT my most jrateful thanks for your kindnrss i n placing again,

for the third time, in the honourable situation of Councillor for your Ward. assured that it will anxious and earnest endeavour, upon all occasions, to repay the obligations I feel towards you an honest and faithful discharge of duty, am. Gentlemen, your obedient servant, St. Pe
November 9, 1839 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
GENERAL LIFE ami INVALID ABSU- RANCE ASSOCIATION, for Assuring Provision in Sickness, in Age, and at Death. Capital, £500,000. No.

GENERAL LIFE ami INVALID ABSU- RANCE ASSOCIATION, for Assuring Provision in Sickness, in Age, and at Death. Capital, £500,000. No.

13, Chatham-place, Blackfriart, London. HONORARY PRESIDENTS. The Right lion. Lord Viscount Major-General Sandwich, C.B. St. > inccnt (.‘apt. 11. I. Winuington, M.P, Right Hn. I xml Lyttelton W. S. Dugdale, Ewi. M.P. lion. P. C. Villiers, M.P. Rev. R. Cope, LL.D. F.A.S. Adm. Sir
November 9, 1839 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Nov. 9

Nov. 9

PORTSMOUTH.... arrived from 7 Rebecca, Wooler Limerick Concord, Bartlett Youghal Emma, Allen Waterford Halcyon, Dungarvan Off PORTSMOUTH arrived from 8 Robarts, Elder Calcutta sailed from Cape Good Hope Bth Sept, and St. Helena 19th COWES arrivedfrom 7 Ranger, Gaymer London for
November 9, 1839 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England
 
Stayner Hai Godwin Hill Hoggins Arnold Devitt Ellice Gumm Phillipps&Co. Griffiths Filbey Devitt Godwin Phillipps&Co. ] Marshall Devitt Cramond Godwin

Stayner Hai Godwin Hill Hoggins Arnold Devitt Ellice Gumm Phillipps&Co. Griffiths Filbey Devitt Godwin Phillipps&Co. ] Marshall Devitt Cramond Godwin

Arnold Devitt Pirie Willcox Bishop Rule Brown Lachlan Arnold Toulmin Phillipps &Co. Toulmin Sedgwick Arnold Phillipps&Co. Cookes Hill Toulmin te Ellice ib M‘Ghie i Tripe Allan Cookes Cookes Gumm d Luckie Pirie m Willcox Phillipps&Co. Marzetti Leach Sampson Urquhart jy Stovell Ch
November 9, 1839 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1839.

SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1839.

salts bj) Unction. Salts Aurtion. FINAL SALES OF DUTCH BULBS FOR THE SEASON. MR. T. BRANCH respectfully •enounce* Cultotators vf Fine Flowers, that be has now onlv Thre* Chests DUTCH BULBS, all from the celebrated Nurseries -d Me-srs Da a. of Haarlem, which if instructed, the Im
November 9, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CALVINISM.

CALVINISM.

TO THE EDITOR OP THE LIVEBPOOL . Sir,—l rwilly low know what tk« Crlvio in tb« 'standard would The que»tioo belwcca u» » d«kHy one eridence whal maannw of scripture on certain point. I adduced witoette*. coulu easily have multiplied to any exteot, but tbit ! notr«ly any whom I h
November 9, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Love joys mystery, Ami when yon countless .uile> »way I- lurking «lose baud. said it was » wilful, wayward thing,

Love joys mystery, Ami when yon countless .uile> »way I- lurking «lose baud. said it was » wilful, wayward thing,

And soil is—fantastic and perverse Which makes its sport of pcisons and "f sea«-nis. Takes fts own way. matter right wrung- is the bee that tinds the honey out. Where least you'd dream 'twouldaeek the ueclarous stoie And arrant masquer—tbi-same love— That moel uutbiidish, freaki
November 9, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England