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STOCKDALE v. HANSARD AND OTHERS.

STOCKDALE v. HANSARD AND OTHERS.

Yorkshire Gazette. SATURDAY, NOV2MBEK 16, 183 9. After this case had been argued in the Court of Queen's Bench, last Trinity Term, we gave our unqualified approbation of the judgment which was solemnly and deliberately pronounced. That judgment, which we take be the collective w
November 16, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
GUILDHALL, YORK.

GUILDHALL, YORK.

MONDAY, November 11. Present—T. Baustow, Jas. Barber, and Eustacics Strickland, Esqs. Assault.—ln the case of violent assault before the bench on Thursday last, Oddy, tbe defendant, was brought up to-day for further examination, but again remanded until Thursday next, from tbe a
November 16, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
the penny rate My Lords fear that, for a time at least, great irregularities would prevail, and much public inconvenience

the penny rate My Lords fear that, for a time at least, great irregularities would prevail, and much public inconvenience

result. However satisfactory, therefore, and however desirabla in many points of view it might bo to carry into execution contemporaneously the complete plan, their Lordships, upon full consideration, have come to the conclusion that by adopting some intermedials measure, and br
November 16, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
A VOICE FROM HANOVER. From the Morninj Chronicle of Thursday, oi>. 14. Well it's funny and odd, I declare, That

A VOICE FROM HANOVER. From the Morninj Chronicle of Thursday, oi>. 14. Well it's funny and odd, I declare, That

the pets of the orthodox fry (How the news would have made father stare), At this moment are Freddy and I. The soul of fair dealing and truth Was George, my belov'd eldest brother, They adorn'd him age and youth— Sir is just such another. Besides, he was sober and chaste, And ab
November 20, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
LOUTH MUNICIPALITY, Saturday, Nov. ?.

LOUTH MUNICIPALITY, Saturday, Nov. ?.

Present,—J. Bogg, Esq.; Mr. Goe; Mr. Allison; Mr. Gray; Mr. H. A. Johnson; Mr. Smith; J. Johnson, Esq.; Mr. Allenby; Mr. Shepherd; Mr. Plaskitt; Mr. Lowthcr; Mr. Griffin; Mr. Chapman; Mr. Cash; Mr. Marshall; Mr. Brott; Mr. Pearson; Mr. Hickling; Jos. Wright, Esq. J. Bogy, Esq.,
November 15, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
BRADFORD

BRADFORD

Fox Hunting.—On Saturday last, a party of gentlemen from Bradford joined the very long and harassing run by Lord.Harewood's hounds. have not heard from whence they started, but they lost the fox at Ilkley Cross, after running dis- j tance of fifty miles without check. Two of the
November 16, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A CARD. EZRA PRIESTLEY, Auctioneer and^ Appraiser, Law Stationer, and General Accountant, Residence No. 4, Spring Place* Offices,opposite the Bull's

A CARD. EZRA PRIESTLEY, Auctioneer and^ Appraiser, Law Stationer, and General Accountant, Residence No. 4, Spring Place* Offices,opposite the Bull's

Head Inn, Huddersfield. HULL AND LONDON STEAMERS, ' TO AND FROM CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY, LONDON. 1 ALTERATION OF DAYS. M, FROM HULL ON WEDNESDAY, 20th!" November, and every WEDNESDAY, at Eight i SLNGERS 1,lg' W'th G°ODS >&vd p SAILING DAYS, THREE TIMES A-WEEK I as under :— FROM HULL.
November 16, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOR SALE. LINSEED OIL CAKE for Feeding Cattle. Apply J. W. PIDGEON, Oil Warehouse, Broad-street Reading. 15th Nov., 1839. DISSCTOB7

FOR SALE. LINSEED OIL CAKE for Feeding Cattle. Apply J. W. PIDGEON, Oil Warehouse, Broad-street Reading. 15th Nov., 1839. DISSCTOB7

OFFICE, 7, HIGH STREET. HW. FERNYHOUGH is preparing for Puhli• cation die READING DIRECTOR\ for 1840, which will be greatly enlarged and improved tlie addition of the STREET KEY and ALPHABETICAL LIST ol all the different TRADES and PROFESSIONS. As the Reading Director}' publishe
November 16, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Hunting Appointments.

Hunting Appointments.

THE DUKE OF BEAUFORT'S HOUNDS. Friday, Nov. 22 Petty France. Saturday, Nov. 23 Bell Inn, Old Sodbury. LORD MORETON'S HOUNDS. Saturday, Nov. 23 Charlton Park. THE CRAVEN HOUNDS. Friday, Nov. Asheridge. Saturday, Nov. Churchdown East MR. ASSHETON SMITH'S HOUNDS. Friday, Nov. 22 Ch
November 21, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
Up! Rosalie West 2 0 Waken, Lords and Ladies gay R Light 3 0 For Four and Five Voices. God

Up! Rosalie West 2 0 Waken, Lords and Ladies gay R Light 3 0 For Four and Five Voices. God

save the Queen (Solo & Chorus) C. H. Purday 1 6 Happy Nation J. Adcock 3 0 Happy They Battye 2 6 Here in cool grot Lord Mornington 1 0 'Tis not to win the Wreath of Fame ...... Weber 2 To Choral Societies and the Musical Public. The performance of the W T orks of Handel by the S
November 21, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England