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DEVIZES CORN MARKET

DEVIZES CORN MARKET

Devizes and Wsltsfiire GAZETTE. ''(HEN Ai-1. PARTIES; influenced wows" NOV. 21, 18:39. STATKI) TIIR large quantity both Wheat and Barley remain- <r unsold last week, the supply of both was very ) T e day. The trade Wheat was very dull at a decline the best samples Is. per sack.
November 21, 1839 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
To the EDITOR of the READING MERCURY. Mr. Editor, A partial account of the proceeding,, at our Election of Councillors

To the EDITOR of the READING MERCURY. Mr. Editor, A partial account of the proceeding,, at our Election of Councillors

appear Paper of last week,Mr. Graham reported to have refuted all the charges made in htm previous to the meeting, avow . lf , j should possibly have been designated " that anonymous slan\ derer." I have therefore enclosed the handbill question, with full particulars, trusting,
November 16, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
LORD MAYOR'S DAY.—THE BANQUET AT GUILDHALL.

LORD MAYOR'S DAY.—THE BANQUET AT GUILDHALL.

The Lord Mayor gave his installation banquet the Guildhall on Saturday. Amongst the guests of the Lord and Sheriffs at the Banquet, we observed his Royal Highness the Duke Cambridge, the Lord Chancellor, Lord -Melbourne, Lord Normanhy, Lord Palmerston, the Chancellor of the Exch
November 16, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
State of Trade.

State of Trade.

The Bengal Branch of the Assam Tea Association declares its confident belief, that in a few years England mar independent of China in the article «.f tea. we nave been told that house in this town has received an order from the Pacha of Egypt for 200 tons bullets, to be sent out
November 16, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Miscellaneous Intelligence.

Miscellaneous Intelligence.

The London Common Council has voted the freedom ofthe city, to engraved on a piece of plate of the value of 100 guineas, to Mr, Rowland TIM. The Attorney-General, we understand, has filed ex-offkio information against Mr. Feargus O'Connor, the only information cv yet filed hy hi
November 16, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Tide Table. HUM WATER AT THE THE CARLISLE CAVAL. Days. Mor. Eve. Ht. Days Mor. Eve^Ht m ft- in ,h.

Tide Table. HUM WATER AT THE THE CARLISLE CAVAL. Days. Mor. Eve. Ht. Days Mor. Eve^Ht m ft- in ,h.

m.,h. m. ft.in. gt , t ': m i ; 2 5 Wednesday.. II 4» V 7
November 16, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
ItTRS AMERICAN SOOTHING SY /--;!' Remedy has preserved hundreds ol Children, when thought past recovery from Convulsions arising from dentition.

ItTRS AMERICAN SOOTHING SY /--;!' Remedy has preserved hundreds ol Children, when thought past recovery from Convulsions arising from dentition.

As «oo>, the Syrup rubbed the Gums, the Child will be relieved, the cooled, and tbe inflammation reduced..lt uas innocent efficacious, tending to produce the Teeth ease . «"d so pleasant that no Child refuse to let Gums be rubbed with it. * , , « ageoffoui months, the should rub
November 16, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
NORTH DISTRICT the TURNPIKEROAD leading from LINCOLN HEATH tothe City of PETERBOROUGH. OTICE hereby given, that a Meeting of Trustees

NORTH DISTRICT the TURNPIKEROAD leading from LINCOLN HEATH tothe City of PETERBOROUGH. OTICE hereby given, that a Meeting of Trustees

acting in and for thesaid District of Road, will be held ut the Lion Hotel in Si.eafoiid, on Thursday the Pith day December next, at o'clock at Noon precisely, for the purpose of taking into consideration and determining upon the propriety of appropriating the funds now the hand
November 15, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
Committed to the New Prison, Devizes.—James Whatley, for one month, for leaving his family chargeable the parish of Hilperton; Thomas

Committed to the New Prison, Devizes.—James Whatley, for one month, for leaving his family chargeable the parish of Hilperton; Thomas

Hammons and Wm. Thomas, fur six weeks each, for destroying game at Christian Malford; William Ashley, for two months, for having assaulted and beat Mary Ann Ashley, his mother, at the Chapelry of Saint James; William Hillier, alias Viney, for one month, for leaving the service o
November 21, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
CHARTIST INSURRECTON IN MONMOUTHSHIRE.

CHARTIST INSURRECTON IN MONMOUTHSHIRE.

hsd not reach room lost week give many penicolaxs of thij event- Therefore we direct attcn- ' tion to the following narrative, which gives all mate- i rial particulars: ' the commencement the past week, the mining districts were state great > disturbance, in consequence of some
November 15, 1839 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England