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ZERIJSALEDE,

ZERIJSALEDE,

Taken from the Roof of the Governor's Palace, formerly that of Pontius Pilate, and displays all the Sacred and important Stations mentioned in Scripture in and around the City as far as the Dead Sea. The Panorama is brilliantly lighted with Gas, and will be exhibited at Seven an
November 20, 1839 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

New Sheriffs.— On Tuesday, the Lords of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy ConncU assembled in the Court of Exchequer, to nominate the Sheriffs for next year, the R>ght Hon. F. Baring presiding, for the first tame, m hwofficmT robes. The Lords present were the Lord Chancellor,
November 16, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE,

LAW INTELLIGENCE,

BAIL COURT, Nov. 9. THE QUEKN V. APPLETON. Mr. Addison moved for a writ of certiorari, to remove the pro- ceedings on the coroner's inquest in this case into this Court, and for a rule to show cause why Matthew Appleton, now a prisoner ?? v *; astl ?? on a cnarge of manslaughter
November 16, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THEATRE, LEICESTER. THIS present Ftidav, Nov. 15., CATHERINE and PETRI'CHIO, the INVISIBLE FAMILY—for the last time, and the farce of

THEATRE, LEICESTER. THIS present Ftidav, Nov. 15., CATHERINE and PETRI'CHIO, the INVISIBLE FAMILY—for the last time, and the farce of

INTRIGUE. In course of the evening, the celebrated JL'AN DE CASTRO, will |' through his wonderful Evolutions the Flying Rope, being engage-d expressly for this night. ■ 1 SCHOOLMASTER WANTED. SCHOOLMASTER is Wasted for the Kational ' A School, Melton Mowbray. The Salary is per a
November 15, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE LORD MAYOR'S DAY.

THE LORD MAYOR'S DAY.

The present Ministers of the Crown will probably remember for the remainder of their lives the 9th of November, 1839. We venture to say that so unqualified manifestation of the contempt and disgust felt a nation towards its rulers was never exhibited before us as that which gree
November 16, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
ORIGINAL POETRY. WHEN FORMS WE KNEW, IN EARTH ARE COLD. When foruis we knew, in eartli are cold, And voices

ORIGINAL POETRY. WHEN FORMS WE KNEW, IN EARTH ARE COLD. When foruis we knew, in eartli are cold, And voices

inute which cliarm'd of old, When hearts we loved have ceased to beat, And friends of youth no more may meet. When eyes which shone are sealed in night We, sadly, turn from Earth's delight. Wlien hopes which bless'd have passed away, When friends have proved as false they, When
November 16, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Bankrupts' Estates. Gazetted [Continued Irom column 695.] 1839 Norris W. linen mcht. Manchester—Div. now payable Insolvents' Estates. (Continued from column 713.) ' Cole G. shopkeeper and farmer, Townhope 23d Nov. Div. 3d 1833 Rossitor E. coal merchant, Marson-st. Kingsland-rd.;
November 16, 1839 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
London.

London.

. .. . O. . ..1 . . . .. Pri nce lstppla',v (Ait.,trarin A ims-ddor in L' .nrit)m arrived in IlaHitiotn Saturday night. HIis Lx- en Ileney Itat bee'n secretly recalled ito Vi'eintia by P'rinee ,'MIetleinicit, ` who (~Sky~ Li T'mips) was ?? to obiii fr'ni Ii lii tin expiltant ion
November 18, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
DOMESTIC.

DOMESTIC.

?? ?!;"o I", ?? " lj&X pLxcAL ACT.-TWELVE MrEN KiL1ED.-On Friday lmorning, at four o'clock, a most awful calainity took place at Radsteck Wells-way pit. The following ?? Langford, aged .44, Farnham Langfordj his son, aged 16, ,Alfred Langford, another son, aged 13, James Keevil,
November 16, 1839 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NTEW LONDON INN goyal Mail & General Coach Office.! I1~ nblic are respectfully' informed, that tile failsi1ittC saiporlor CONVEYANCES leave the abovo siblisbact'nt, us alphatbetically arrangedl, viz. SjT~sAPLE, Royal mail, every Mornling at a quarter t ' " 'ocriplion,' Mlorninigs
November 21, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England