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LONDON MARKBTS—fTHtS DAY). CORN BECHANCE,

LONDON MARKBTS—fTHtS DAY). CORN BECHANCE,

LONDON MARK BTS—fTHtS DAY). CORN BECHANCE, The show Fogtlrii Wheat was SolaraMygead this morning and the demand for the belag dull much was experienced In effecting clearance, and Honday'a quotations wee# ecarcelf obtainable. the farter* however reftieed U submit to any further d
November 22, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CORONER*’ INQUESTS.

CORONER*’ INQUESTS.

Tub I.ATK LaMBVTABLB IN BTRBBT, HlbiiorsuATß —On Wedui9.'ay evening ihe In q'KatuH iUe budK «> oi lie inJiftdo«l' uholovt tWir -iven In iUi wlißir rteomed «t ili-t HeJ Lion, Llverpaol-aUtwl, b.Jure Mr. Payne, Ibe coron.r. loq-eatwas aujourttid, procure evWei.c* ol the Identity ©
November 22, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AFFAIRS OF TURKEY. 1825-IB2C. JO the editor of the evening mail.

AFFAIRS OF TURKEY. 1825-IB2C. JO the editor of the evening mail.

fe—ln my lint latter 1 hare ahawn England, for to int time, •epaating henalf from Ramie, and off the dbaaUm of joint cooperation with wallit* hi advocating her demand, again* Turkey. Iheoficial commnnicntion between Mr. Canning the Flerirional Gananmant of Giecea, proalaimhr rec
November 22, 1839 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THB EVENING MAIL,

TO THE EDITOR OF THB EVENING MAIL,

Sir,—Reading la your Tuesday's paper tho accsnat of proceedings Sssrioaa, I Bad theisllawiag evva* aeons attribated to Andonon, whsthor rightly wrongly, of 1 know ant, vis. “A maa oraviaosd against bit will «la the same oriaion etilL" Now, Bb, I well aware that 19 times out of p
November 22, 1839 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

It appears by statement in the Dublin Evening Packet, that up to Monday, Nov, 18, the state of the registration far the city of Dublin stood thus:— Majority for the Conservatives on the new registry, 3; on the re-registry 4.” On Sunday, Mr. George O'Leary, sen., was returning ho
November 22, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
7HEATHS ROYAL, HA YMARKET.

7HEATHS ROYAL, HA YMARKET.

Mr. Mai ready will appear every Evening Sir Edward Lytton Bulwer'a auccetsful new Play of The Sea-Captain, or the Birthright." Mr. Power will perform O'Callaghan, " Hie Last Lege," every Evening. THIS EVENING (Friday), November 22, will be performed time) new Play, called THE SK
November 22, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SECONDARIES* COURT, BABlvoHAt.i, strekt, at Twilte

SECONDARIES* COURT, BABlvoHAt.i, strekt, at Twilte

SECONDARIES* COURT, BABlvoHAt.i, strekt, Twilte Muring v. Darck, Taylor v. Spender, Plcrcy v. VVoodrutfe, Brooke r. Gregory, Weedon r. Harbrldge, Matthew# v. Higgs, Cooper v. Mountlord, Hadsblock v. Woodied, Sutton v. Copeland. Slock v. Dean. Cooke v. Dean, Measure v. Delaware, A
November 22, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
DODGE V. TUORNH.

DODGE V. TUORNH.

an actioa ot cUroagt* tor »c alleged false iiup.i-•oocceDt under ratber peculiar circumstance!. Mr. Sergeant Bam?** with another Learned Couuse) appeared tor the plaintiff, Mr. f'»r thft defendant. Some time In the early part of the present year (as understood) gentleman named M
November 22, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
JtOTTIIVCiH BKVIKW. —»B<< The foreign news of the week is highly important. It appears information has reached one of the

JtOTTIIVCiH BKVIKW. —»B<< The foreign news of the week is highly important. It appears information has reached one of the

embassies of Paris, that body of 12,000 Russians, from the army of the Caucasus, have been directed to proceed towards Persia. The confirmation of this intelligence will give serious import to the affairs of the East. The ill-advised measures of the Spanish Court have been produ
November 22, 1839 - Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BY MESSRS. BLACKWELL.

BY MESSRS. BLACKWELL.

Richly Cut Cl lass and Plated Roods TO THE LADIES OF NOTTINGHAM, INNKEEPERS, AND OTHERS. MESSRS. BLACKWELL respectfully inform their Friends and the Public generally, that they have received direct from a first-rate manufacturer, a very extensive and valuable Assortment of richl
November 22, 1839 - Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England