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THE NEWPORT RIOTS.

THE NEWPORT RIOTS.

THE NEWPORT RIOTs The arrival of a strong mnilitary force, including a detalchl- mnent of the royal a rtilleI ry curiaps with two, pi ecesof ordanc has had thle effect of restoring conlfidenice in the minds of the peaceable ithabitant5 of thle town a~nd neighbotrrioocQ. Our paper
November 16, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

AG3.ZCULTUT~nL INTELLmXGMNCn er. REVIEW OF THE BIIHCR TRADE. no (Fromt the Mark-Lone Expreea~.J WeNotwithstanding the continued pres'sure in the money cli market at homie, anti the disastrousnsceounts received hror ry, thle United States, respecting financial affairs, wvith the p
November 16, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SCHOOLMASTER WANTED. Schoolmaster is wanted for the National School at Waltham, Melton Mowbray. Salary is srmttrn and a irnall House,

SCHOOLMASTER WANTED. Schoolmaster is wanted for the National School at Waltham, Melton Mowbray. Salary is srmttrn and a irnall House,

together with WWa most ba a Member if the Ewgl«Ht, and raoywed with unexceptior*»fc!e testimonials' to" and religious and moral qualiffcatioa*.—Direct paid) to the Rector of Waltham, Melton Mowbray. Population about 700* HOUSEKEEPER WANTED 117 ANTED Immediately, in Fsrm-house wh
November 15, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.

TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.

a 0lrfuloiss Inv. Ill. t r ss:a v.TIaprovost ;BiltIlies Simpson, Forbes, and C lit h Cth Dean oif Guild r ite pleaucsrir'r tiljrots Webster, 1 AllIei, 11 airy, Calia, Nicol, Oldlscati philip, liadden, Ross, t Swirls, clrrslsoerr, Itnd Ft rsr'r. S A letter evar rest,, fruits P'ro
November 20, 1839 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE W'EEK. C s Pc'rTAGMr.-Tt wfill he Seen thrat the Lords (if the( Tr'easiriv Irave re-in1 vill tri jiqji.raii tire pr~esent ?? of, pomiatrig 11N ?? itilt-III to ii 14titfoytit ciimrae of 4l oii all inhiini INWI-iS, noit PNrI-dirrg1, 0o.. inl weirrhrt. Tliii tiiatigo- co
November 20, 1839 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Corn Markets.

Corn Markets.

?? PEtR IM PERiItaAL AtlASIRtt. COR.T ExCHAnGoiE, Monl day, Nov. 11.-T'le ripply of wheat hv landa rritgi sam ples was rather larger this morniig, and there beig only a snall ?? of fine qluality, stch (le- .criptions realized the r1notaions of this day se3iiigilit, but the con l
November 20, 1839 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The "MINUTE" of the Lords of the Treasury, in reference to the changes in the postage of letters,

The "MINUTE" of the Lords of the Treasury, in reference to the changes in the postage of letters,

DERBY MERCURY. WEDNESDAY NovLNIuI3R 20, 1839. i The "'M1uNv" of the Lords of the Treasury, in I It reference to the changes in the postage of letters, . will be found in another column of our paper. Mr. intt t 1I. IT.L's plan, it appears, is not a(lopted; 4d. being mi, uat decide
November 20, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NOMINATION OF SHERIFFS.

NOMINATION OF SHERIFFS.

NOMIVATION OP SHEl RItt'r ?? r'l' -1 ?? A ml 0 Derbyshire-William John Bagshawe, of The Oaks, Esq.; Thomas Pares, of Ilopwell, Esq.; ard Sir Henry lIunloke, of Wingerwortlb, Bart. Leicestershire-Sir George Joseph Palber, of Wanlip, - Bart.; Richard Mitchell, of Enderby, Esq. and
November 20, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TOO BRIGHT, TOO BEAUTIFUL TO LAST!

TOO BRIGHT, TOO BEAUTIFUL TO LAST!

TOO BRIGHT, TOO BEAUTIFUL To LAST I ?? i . . ?? - ?? Sf ?? Too bright, too beautiful to last! 'Tis even thus below, The joys that glide the soonest past Oft wear the brightest glow; The fairest flower on which we gaze Most quickly fades away, And hopes that fancy loves to raise T
November 20, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PERTH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1839. J. di. T. rolasvim,

PERTH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1839. J. di. T. rolasvim,

PERTH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1839. J. T. rolasvim, ST. JOHN'S PLACE, AND 32, ST. JOhN'S STREET, HAVE now received their GOODS for the WINTER SEASON, including every thing useful and fashionable, in WOOLLEN DRAPEItr, HABERDASHERY, HATS and 'founts ; but especially rich in the de
November 20, 1839 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland