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Divds. Due. Mar. & Sept. April & Oct. Jan. & July. Jan. & July. June & Dec. Fcb. & Aug.

Divds. Due. Mar. & Sept. April & Oct. Jan. & July. Jan. & July. June & Dec. Fcb. & Aug.

May & Nov. I .lau. & July. Nlar. & S• pt. Jan. & July. Sp. pr . :l & Oct. Jan. & July. June & Dec. Oct. .Mar. & Sept. [& Dec. ~larJuneS May. "t pt. 14. & Sept. ch. Nl.ty & Nov. & July. June & Dee Jan. & July. June & Dec. Attoubt July. Ociohyr. Jan. & July. Niue. & Sept May June
November 22, 1839 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
Price per Share. 22 '360 10t1 29 i 60 6144 7ikai tia7 15inial 101.11000

Price per Share. 22 '360 10t1 29 i 60 6144 7ikai tia7 15inial 101.11000

November 22, 1839 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
SaJßTron Isf*alden.

SaJßTron Isf*alden.

The term of office of our late worthy Mayor, Samuel Fiske, Esq., having expired on Saturday, the 9tb inst., the Alderman and Council assembled at the Town Hall to appoint his successor for the year ensu- ing, when Charles Baros Wilkin, Esq., a stanch Con- servative, was duly ele
November 22, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
THE FRENCH IN AFRICA

THE FRENCH IN AFRICA

The French papers contain distressing accounts of tbe condition of tbe French troops in Africa. Mr. Blanooi, deputed by the Institute to inquire into a report upon the state of the colony, had sent to the Courrier Francait an article wbich had created a great sensation, and prov
November 22, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
Monday next is fixed upon for a special meeting of the Magistrates of this county, for the purpose of considering

Monday next is fixed upon for a special meeting of the Magistrates of this county, for the purpose of considering

the propriety of introducing a lural police under the provisions of the District Constables Act. is hardly possible that the plan should be adopted without opposition—indeed, know that some of the Magistrates entertain a strong feeling against it—but as far as we can ascertain t
November 22, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
The Rev. William Shepherd, on Sunday last, preached an impressive sermon in the parish church of Margaret Roding, in behalf

The Rev. William Shepherd, on Sunday last, preached an impressive sermon in the parish church of Margaret Roding, in behalf

of the children of the Sunday School, to supply them with warm clothing, more especially to provide the girls with bonnets and cloaks to attend the school and public worship. The collection, the first ever known to have been made in the church, amounted to 19s. 2d. The text was
November 22, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
THE LATE MAYOR OF NEWPORT.

THE LATE MAYOR OF NEWPORT.

Mr. B. Phillip* pre«en(s hi. compliments to tbe Editor of the Globe, and begs him to be good enough to cause th* in. tertion ofthe accompanying lettert into to-morrow's paper. 17, Wuupole-itreet, Wednesday Evening. (Private.) Whitehall, Nov. 13, 1839. Dear Sir— l have hitherto a
November 22, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
To Tithe Apportloncrs.

To Tithe Apportloncrs.

Person or Persons willing to undertake the Apportionment of the Rent in lieu of the GREAT and SMALL TITUES of the Pari»h of St.B WARD, otherwise SI MON WARD, in the County Cornwall, hich contains about Acres, of which about one half common, are desired to send (postage free) or
November 22, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Cornwall roval gazette, Friday, notewbkr 22, insa

Cornwall roval gazette, Friday, notewbkr 22, insa

Cornwall gazette, Friday, notewbkr 22, ian principle where much of bigoted Popery to be met with. THE MINISTRY, The Standard Monday contains the following, inserted leading article: —lt has been stated us, upon authority entitled to respect, that Lord Melbourne has communicated d
November 22, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Dw. 3rd. P.M-T.-o Mr. I. bot.mer. r 8n„..r.-Oo !»-. of the ininnte,. «ho c, «n.. d«»in* I.“U-o< ..n.or «t Trpgomwy,

Dw. 3rd. P.M-T.-o Mr. I. bot.mer. r 8n„..r.-Oo !»-. of the ininnte,. «ho c, «n.. d«»in* I.“U-o< ..n.or «t Trpgomwy,

n„r ’vt, considerable "0(1 Urn, hro.he «"•! "= now ln f - The former has brothr a man at ». AcclMST.—On bam Bullen.waa nrorkiair at the he— employed, tome the m.eh.neey ; and lomaelf. bia hand rraa caught la and almost torn from the armimmediatrly procured i but <r. put.ue the l
November 22, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England