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to impress upon your minds the fact, that that market , important as it is—the market which takes from, you

to impress upon your minds the fact, that that market , important as it is—the market which takes from, you

half your whole export of cotton twist—that that market is in jeopardy.—(Hear, hear.) It is my opinion that, vrhetever be the intentions and purposes of the Prussian Government, they cannot preserve that market to your industry, unless some charges are made in your own legi s l
November 22, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON : FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 18.39. The highly-important — intelligence has been received in London that the Shah of PERSIA

LONDON : FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 18.39. The highly-important — intelligence has been received in London that the Shah of PERSIA

has yielded aq the demands of the British Government, that ample reparation has been offered for the insults offered to our Ambassador, and that every cause of quarrel being thus happily removed the diplomatic relations between England and Persia are about to be resumed in a spi
November 22, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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November 22, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PRICES OF TIMBER AT LIVERPOOL.

PRICES OF TIMBER AT LIVERPOOL.

WooD, Deals, 120 stand. m. duty paid Archangel ' .Wl9 0 20 10 Memel 17 0 18 0 Gothenburg. . 1"5 1 0 - • 1 6 1 0 Wyburg ' v lB 0 - 19 0 Petersburg 18 10 - 19 10 PLANKS, pei foot of 2 inches thick. Danzig, Deck . .0 3f- 0 41 British American Pine - 0 3 LATIIWOOD, per fathom. Danzi
November 22, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PERU.

PERU.

Papers from Lima to the 6th of August have been received. The Congress of linancayo, for the election of President and the organisAtian of the state, would meet on the 15th of the month. Mr. Pickett bad not arrived at Callao. The Secretary of the Home Department, in a despatch t
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
I ort LAUNCESTON, with liberty to land passengers at Port Phillip—For passengers only, the whole of her cargo bei n

I ort LAUNCESTON, with liberty to land passengers at Port Phillip—For passengers only, the whole of her cargo bei n

g to SAIL on or before the 10 th De cember, the remarkably fast-sailing, coppered, and armed ship ATLANTIC, 366 tons !!Raister, DIALCOLM M'TAGGART Commander; lying in the S t. Kama rifle's Dock. Has excellent accommodation for passengers.—For r a "ge apply to Messrs. BUCKLES, an
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CANDLE LAMPS.-PALMER'S PATENT CANDLE LAMPS are now made to burn candles with one, two, three, or wicks, which enables them

CANDLE LAMPS.-PALMER'S PATENT CANDLE LAMPS are now made to burn candles with one, two, three, or wicks, which enables them

to be used for all purposes where light Is required. A most extensive assortment of Lamps, with the candles. at PARKINSON'S, 79, Oxford-street. opposite the Pantheon, and at GREEN and CONSTABLE'S, 36, King kt'i Iliam•strevt, London-bridge.
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW WORK ON SHERIFF LAW.—Just published, in Bvo, price 188 boards. 1839, APRACTICAL TREATISE on SHERIFF LAW; containing the :New

NEW WORK ON SHERIFF LAW.—Just published, in Bvo, price 188 boards. 1839, APRACTICAL TREATISE on SHERIFF LAW; containing the :New

Writs under the New Imprisonment for Debt Bill; also, Interpleader Act, Reform Act, Coroners' Act, &c. ; with Returns, Bills of Sale, Bonds of Indemnity, &c. By GEORGE ATKINSON, Esq., of:the Inner Temple, Special Pleader. "The want (of a new work on Sheriff Law) appears to have
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Now ready, Vois 111. and IV.—with Illustrations—being the CONCLUDING VOLUMES OF M EMOIRS OF CHARLES MATHEWS, COMEDIAN. By Mrs. MATHEWS.

Now ready, Vois 111. and IV.—with Illustrations—being the CONCLUDING VOLUMES OF M EMOIRS OF CHARLES MATHEWS, COMEDIAN. By Mrs. MATHEWS.

A second edition of Vols. I. and 11, of the Memoirs has recently been published. "A flower-garden of anecdote." Atherneum.—" Every page of this work teems with entertainment." Morning Chronicle.—" The most amusing work that has come from the press during the present year. Amongs
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England