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BOSTON Ship News to the 13th Nov.

BOSTON Ship News to the 13th Nov.

ARRIVED. Vivid, RichartUon Psirncr; Jl| Meabnra, DUhntan: and Steady, true* tendon : George aad Mary. Ewinerton ; Martha. Oat, frcen Goole; Friend*. Newcastle; John. from Hull ; and Brilliant, Gibbs, frees Stockton; ad with SAILED. Gearna, latter lsneats.' all with wheat, oats,
November 15, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
The late Mr. JOHN STREETON. ALL persons having any claim demand upon the estate and effects of JOHN STREETON, late

The late Mr. JOHN STREETON. ALL persons having any claim demand upon the estate and effects of JOHN STREETON, late

of Great Coates, in the county of Lincoln, farmer, deceased, are requested to send the particulars thereof to me, in order that the same may be examined, and, found correct, discharged. By order of the Executors, QUESTOR VEAL, Great Grimsby, Nov. 12ih, 1839. Solicitor. JOSEPH TU
November 15, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
WHO ARE THE TRAITORS, NOW?

WHO ARE THE TRAITORS, NOW?

WHO ARE THE TRAITORS, NOWN WE have never denied the right of Englishmen to keep arms in their houses for their own protection or to meet for the discussion of grievances, or to seek (by legal and constitutional means) reforms in an, or ail of the branches of the state and institu
November 16, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CHARTIST AND TORY SEDITION.

CHARTIST AND TORY SEDITION.

I . ., .. ,. .. I .m Lffromn the Ezetnsinerf] i Wie see in the 'ory prints vast stress taid on the fact that ;Mr. Frost was once a magistrate, and this circumstance is *adduced as an exaniple of the evil operation of the munici- a pal reform act. Mr. Frost ceased to be a magistr
November 16, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
A Meeting of the Council was held at the Guildhall en Monday last, for the purpose of taking into consideration

A Meeting of the Council was held at the Guildhall en Monday last, for the purpose of taking into consideration

the best mode of acknowledging the services of Sir Robert Mousey. Rolfe, Knight, the late Recorder of the Borough, now one of the Barons of the Exchequer. The Mayok said he had called the Council together in compliance with the resolution of their last meeting, and in consequenc
November 20, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
The Rev. Francis Gregory Le Mann, M.A., of Kind's college, has been instituted to the Rectory of Merton, in this

The Rev. Francis Gregory Le Mann, M.A., of Kind's college, has been instituted to the Rectory of Merton, in this

county, on the presen tation of Lord Walsingham. On Wednesday last, the Rev. Lewis Francis Bagot, A.M., was instituted to the Rectory of Castle-rising, with Roydon, in this county, on the presentation of tlio Hon. Fulk Greville Howard and the Hon. Mary Howard his wife. On Ihursd
November 20, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
On the 6th inst.. at Utohom 'i' n ? Mr. Atto, aged 75, fc " I« «i,v ' y th

On the 6th inst.. at Utohom 'i' n ? Mr. Atto, aged 75, fc " I« «i,v ' y th

On the 6th inst.. at Utohom ?? n ™ Mr. Atto, aged 75, fc " I« «i,v ' y th s »<*• Mr. Calvert, wife with whom he has tied 3 th* * S A' Y"^ the fourth ceremony, the bride and i^ i nuptml knot : after the muffled peal to Si Sftnla m "^ "^ ™ th a joyous occasion. ° PatuUte them on th
November 20, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Harwich.

Harwich.

At the annual meeting of the Town Council, on Saturday last, Samuel Billingslbt, Jun. Esq., was elected Mayor ; Mr. F. B. Philbrick, of Colchester, Town Clerk; and Mr. Dickerson, Treasurer; and all tbe inferior officers of tbe Council were also appointed. The Radical proceedings
November 15, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
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LONDON NEWS OF THURSDAY EVENING. S The South America packet ship, arrived at Liver- E pool, brings accounts from New York to the 2ist ult. At accs ty, that time the New York banks were still paying specie, and willi the money market was ?? on London 9.j to Har 10 per cent. premi
November 16, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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POS'iSCRIPT. LONDON-FRIDAY, NoVErIRmt 15. (IJROMr TIHE TIMES.) We are concerned to find that the small-pox has brolcen out at Baruadoes, with extraordinary virulence, i) the great alarin of the inhabitants. Every excrtion was made to stay its progress, under the superintendence o
November 16, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England