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c o * i u n.

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u In the Parish of St. CKmeot. within the Borough of Truro aforestiid. The Mansion is situated upon tine eminence in the midst of Park-like "rounds, chastely and beautifully ornamented with stately timber trees, Intersected various "ravelled walks, fringed with evergreens and How
November 22, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
TO i. ORRESPON DEN i S

TO i. ORRESPON DEN i S

The-lettcr on Thorogood, and A.'s favours are unavoidably postponed. • We thank B. of Ipswich for his friendly suggestion. W.s communication hat been received. C. lie do not understand u>hy two-pence halfpenny should be charged for the cross-postage of a paper. This wants reform
November 22, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
THE DANGER OF ATTENDING POPISH.CHAPELS.

THE DANGER OF ATTENDING POPISH.CHAPELS.

THE DANGER OF ATTENDING POPISH CHAPELS. By John Bradford, Martyr. " Dear Sir, — Being informed that many Protestants have been induced to attend tbe idolatrous worship of the Papists, I recommend your reprinting the letter of the excellent reformer, John Bradford, on this subject
November 22, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
CHARTIST RIOTS AT NEWPORT.

CHARTIST RIOTS AT NEWPORT.

accounts sent off on Monday, learn that the town still remained quiet, and that sufficient pro. tection had been provided for it, there being then Newport 50 of the Royal Horse Artillery, with two guns, under the command of Captain Broomfield, a troop ofthe 10th Hussars, and the
November 22, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
Mercer, I huh Ihriper. HoUrdu:hrr. Hosier, Sc. ETC RMS her gratefal (o her ktiind* <1 thv I’ubiic, for the support

Mercer, I huh Ihriper. HoUrdu:hrr. Hosier, Sc. ETC RMS her gratefal (o her ktiind* <1 thv I’ubiic, for the support

she ha« received during bier Fartnerahip with Hr, J*>n* Gimaa. Ihe Huaineeswill fuiare o- herself, and tire hope*., with the a.«..i>‘auce ol her Ddimn«cr deserve of those tavunt*. which »he now roost respectfully ao Her Mock has just been front lb* London and her markets, ami sh
November 22, 1839 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
To BE LET.

To BE LET.

LET. o E S. Aat/ entered upetm hnmnliatrly. \LL that xpaemo* old and cwvwfVHMlMM* INN.called ItF.U LION, with the house. s'al>:ing for forty horses, ann ..tber cetiuisiie Outhaifdmg* a* *1 comraiu tout Ya d iher* mg, viluafe i" the cer.tr* nf the low '*f 1 lama.oes lor upward* y*
November 22, 1839 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
LATEST NEWS LONDON. VasritMiAT. Nov. H. rittTLD STATFS. V the packet, arrived Liv» r-m«d Tuesday, a-lvtci hav»* been received to

LATEST NEWS LONDON. VasritMiAT. Nov. H. rittTLD STATFS. V the packet, arrived Liv» r-m«d Tuesday, a-lvtci hav»* been received to

the 2'.fth nil. which day the packet sailed. believe, however, liuit only one paper (dated reached thiit town. It contain* the important intelligence. that, contrary fu nil i xiKH'IHtHMi, the New Orleetis specie payment* the nit. 'Therecontinued to lie an i pr< ssnn* for money N
November 22, 1839 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

Weathrii Avn Cnors.-Since oiirl..> weather proved tii.r. November weather alt„ |,e r iinprece<l,,!7.H' v e*.-..,» e year I KM. when that neailv e kind was experienced. r progress all parts of the ; and i.'.l™" who lately returned fro:.- !■ e parish „f Mm-, ' """ t that more part
November 22, 1839 - John o' Groat Journal - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

WICK. ARRIVED. Nov. 18, Harmony, Finlayson, Belfast, ballast. Jane, Torry, Dunbeatli, ditto. SAILED. Nuv. 17, Isabella. Potter, Thurso, ballast. Eliza, redes, Brake, do. 19, Jaue, M-Lure, Drogheda, herrings. Sarah, Paterson, Inverness, states. Betsey, Small, Aberdeen, ballast. 2
November 22, 1839 - John o' Groat Journal - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
BEE-HIVE.

BEE-HIVE.

Information culled from every flower,'' The Sabbath—Blessings, and ten thousand sings be upon that day; and let myriads stream up the throne of God for hi, diving regenerating gift . '\* ni flowery dale with the sweetness of .May aronndTe' .1 week day, I have thought of the mill
November 22, 1839 - John o' Groat Journal - Wick, Caithness, Scotland