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THE BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 16.

THE BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 16.

an exhibition of so great an extent, are so enormous, that we would urge upon the friends of the institution, who can in any way forward the views of the committee, to send their specimeus, &c., without waiting for solicitation ; though learn that personal application is being'm
November 16, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
flowers came me; the brown cuckoo hopped over the field, and repeated his cry as clear could be; the cows

flowers came me; the brown cuckoo hopped over the field, and repeated his cry as clear could be; the cows

lowed the distance, and every bird and baste—ay, and the little tiny crathurs, that are smaller than the birds, might be heard too—all was so still and calm. !in such summer nights one may hear the voice God, if one keeps one s mind quiet, and looks to heaven ! Hut my mind—God f
November 16, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES ARE NOT TO BE POLITICAL.

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES ARE NOT TO BE POLITICAL.

[SAMTVnt, AGAIN' CALLED TO ORDER.] had the gratification of. witnessing the proceedings of the Honiton and Ottery Agricultural Association at Ottery yesterday, and have to express a regret that want of space has compelled curtail our report. The progress the Association prospero
November 16, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TOTNES.

TOTNES.

]Vov. 9. Just after o'clock, the new councillors having been previously sworn in in the Council Chamber, the Mayor, accompanied by G. S. Esq., Mr. Windeatt. Mr. T. Michelmore, Mr. Son'er, Mr. Parrott, Mr. Webber, Mr. Cridland, the four new councillors, tkc, took their seats the
November 16, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Blair's Gout and COPY of Letter from the Chevalier la!' ■ ~ ' *. to A*i», late King Poland '

Blair's Gout and COPY of Letter from the Chevalier la!' ■ ~ ' *. to A*i», late King Poland '

a.m- Mr. front, 2iM, Strand. ,\«. • Sir.—l mp-Ptf bound „,ee ~ *»*/•' .' ' ls request that *"< WW .<-..'/» i /..0,,.. ,„ "'. j HLAIR'S GOUT ANIJ RHEUMATIC /'■}}.;";""". ' 39 jpeari. more than I can trill ' haw avoided tuki«i a>/ver/i»(tt having p,.'.. ". to them vntil finr.e. ti
November 16, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
returned to I' 2. about a quarter pa*t nine o'clock.and a laily. named Hosen, knocked aod ran;: al the door.

returned to I' 2. about a quarter pa*t nine o'clock.and a laily. named Hosen, knocked aod ran;: al the door.

She asked me see Mr. Sims, and Miss Gressier, the daughter of the landlady, went up stairs and knocked the deceased's bedroom door. She returned downstairs a tew minute, and said that she could get no answer. She then told go up and inform the deceased that Mrs. Hoard had called
November 21, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
HIGH WYCOMBE.

HIGH WYCOMBE.

Town Council- Election Mayor. —On Saturday the members of the Council met at tbe residence of the late Mayor, John Carter, Esq. and accompanied him to the Town Hall, and after tbe usual preliminaries had been gone through, The Mayor rose, and after briefly alluding to the purpos
November 16, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
new cattle market. TTOLL FREE. HE Commissioners for improving &c. the town of ft OUNDLE having received a petition, numerously

new cattle market. TTOLL FREE. HE Commissioners for improving &c. the town of ft OUNDLE having received a petition, numerously

and , "Pectably signed by the graziers and farmers of the neighe^L, od ' that a STOCK MARKET should be ' a »lished and held WEEKLY on the present market day, nursday, and the Commissioners being desirous of complying j request, (they having obtained the sanction of tbe Manor the
November 16, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Opium Question.—The following answer has been sent ■Jy the Treasury the claimants for indemnification for sustained in consequence the delivery

Opium Question.—The following answer has been sent ■Jy the Treasury the claimants for indemnification for sustained in consequence the delivery

of opium to •he Chinese Government:— "Gentlemen —Having laid before the Lords Commissioners | f her Majesty's Treasury your letter, in which you apply Ira settlement of certain claims for opium delivered to the I binese Government, and transmit certificates signed Elliott; I hav
November 21, 1839 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
PRICE OF TALLOW AND CANDLES.

PRICE OF TALLOW AND CANDLES.

PRICE TALLOW AND CANDLES. Whitechapel Market. Fat. 2*. llrf.—ln quantities ■«. tl. Town Tallow, per cwt. .">2 0 Craves i 4 Russia(l». Candle.... 49 6 <..»h1 White do. o j Mould Caudle* <> Stuff 40 o Store do Rough do. 2(5 Interior do. 11
November 21, 1839 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England