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POLICE COURT, YESTERDAY.

POLICE COURT, YESTERDAY.

POLICE COURT, Y5TMRDAY. y 'V STP.AI.INO Svnoh A SHOP.-Oeorgc Sinclair was committed to r trial tor ?? twelve Guernsey shirts from tie shop doerof Mr. sl }dilmidsor, ()dIdhall-street. ui q7 Scfmnc-tsLlV TOBACCO.-A Votilg scamarn, namued Walter W'alsh, hi waslicharged vith nnimggli
November 22, 1839 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Bankrupts, &c.

Bankrupts, &c.

Zan 2 From the Log4don G-ette of Tue;day, Nov. 12. 2 BANK~RUPTS. 2 tCOATS, THOMAS, and WILLIAM COATS, of Carnaby-street, 2 d Carnaby market and also of Park-street Grosvenor-square, in 2 ,the eounty of Middlesex, carpenters and builders to our Nov. 2 2S, at hauf-past IC, and Dtec
November 22, 1839 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

U ,11>ATRE ROYAL, XNEWCASTLE. l filtST JFASHIlONABLE NIGIr. ,FRIDAY, November 22, 1859, will Lt grforsned Sheridarn'. 1or)cdy of THE, 11VALS. r ,OURhTE BD~~ANCE, by Mrs N01`1O(Al'. NaRTS the -vfln Lb aBAND Will perform C, Urjd a t ?? 6 and La Fioanc . 9o corclude *vitl, the music
November 22, 1839 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MISCELLANIES.

MISCELLANIES.

A'rACaS ?? THE QUEEN.-Tihe following passage from Mr Gibson's speech at Ipswich, on Tuesday, re- fers to Mr Blradshaw's threat to Queen Victoria of the fate of James the Seconi:- !f Those gentlemen vsho cheered the ?? observa- tions of tle hunoursble memriber for Canterbury, d i
November 22, 1839 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NEWPORI-JtJJJT:. • -

THE NEWPORI-JtJJJT:. • -

THE NEWPORI-JtJJJT: • - (Bt Express.) DISCLOSURE OF THE CHARTISTS' p, A GENERAL RISING IKS P0» (Fron oar CorraaponHeat ) NEWPORT, WHne_i Jenkin Morgan, another of the rioter? 5 ' *••*. day committed on a charge of high tre».l Was thi I believe, the fifteenth committed for ?? mak
November 22, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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[No. 4813 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1839- srf.]
November 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
DEVONPORT MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE.ELECTORS.

DEVONPORT MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE.ELECTORS.

DEVONPORT MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE ELECTORS. (Frome the West of England Conservative Journal) The negotiations which have been carried on between the Conservative Association of this borough and the Right Hon. George Robert Dawson having been brought to a satisfac- tory conclu
November 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BAIL COURT.—This Day.

BAIL COURT.—This Day.

BAIL COURT.— This Day. THE UUEEN \\ -THE BRIGHTON fjUARDIAN.— - CRIMINAL INFORMATION. Mr^ Thesigcr moved for a rule, calling upon t ho pro- ri.'-tor and publisher of the Brighton Guardian ne <P8 paper,to how cause why a criminal information should _ 0 t be filed igainst him for a
November 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD..IU Nor. 21, 1039

TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD..IU Nor. 21, 1039

TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. IU Nor. 21, 1039 Sir —11 is rare that I have the pain of differing from the tone of any of the leading articles of the Standard ; but I have read with much regret your observations of this evening on the foul attack of the Morning Chronicle on the Q
November 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CORNWALL.

CORNWALL.

The first Meeting of the Committee, thiSMuhject, lirld at Pearce’* Hotel,Truro.on Wedneadaj.anci <r«s*erT fully attended. The Earl Falmouvn was Chairman. There were also present, lAJrd ►scawen Rose. Sir Charles I. Burt., M.P., Sir R. 11. Vitian, Hart, M.P., K. W. W. IVndarves, E
November 22, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England