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Agriculture.

Agriculture.

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November 27, 1839 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GLOUCESTERSHIRE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

GLOUCSBTEERSHXLE AGPIzOUXTMAL ASSOCZATZON. (From our own correspoudern.) The annual meeting and show of this society, were held on Thursday, at Gloucester, on which occasion a large quantity of very superior stock was exhibited. The follow. ing are the prizes awarded:- .A premium
November 23, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LOCAL POLITICS.

LOCAL POLITICS.

?? 93rtstol+ I SATURDAY, Novemnber 23, 1639. ZOCAZL POXXTICS. BRISTOL PENNY POSTAGE. WE congratulate that portion of the public residing in the suburbs of Bristol, but beyond the limits of the general delivery, that the extra charge of a penny, hitherto paid on their letters, wil
November 23, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CHARTIST RIOTS.

CHARTIST RIOTS.

cHAnRTZST RIOT3S. NEWPORT, THURSDAY. A highly respectable and numerous meeting was held this day, at the large room of the King's Head hotel, convened in consequence of a requisition numerously signed, addressed to the Mayor, for the purpose of thanking Captain Stack, Lieut. Gray
November 23, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
The state of the Duke of Wellington's health justly excites much alarm in the minds of all well-wishers of the

The state of the Duke of Wellington's health justly excites much alarm in the minds of all well-wishers of the

country* . ?? . On Monday evening his Grace vat seized with sudden illness at Dover, arising from abstinence and over-exertion in the field. Exaggerated statements ?? were instantly circulated. It does not appear, however, that his Grace has been in actual danger ; and the last
November 23, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Birtfcs. Saturday hut, at Nunburnholme ßectory, the lady of the Ber- C. J. Hawkins, of a son. . „ _

Birtfcs. Saturday hut, at Nunburnholme ßectory, the lady of the Ber- C. J. Hawkins, of a son. . „ _

Nov. 8, at the Vicarage, Kirkleaiham, the lady of the Bar James Holme, of a son. marriages, Thursday last, at Almondbury, by the Rev. Lewie Joneev Vicar, Sir. Walter Capper, stonemason, to Eliza, youngest daughter t the late John Heaton, sexton of the same place. " " Sunday last
November 23, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, Nov. 27.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, Nov. 27.

THE COMMISSION TO INQUIRE INTO THE STATE OF THE BANKRUPT LAWS AND THEIR ADMINISTRATION. It will be recollected that a deputation from the bankers, merchants, and traders of the City of London, waited, some few months back, npon the Lord Chancellor with a memorial praying for an
November 28, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LUDLOW.

LUDLOW.

Concert. —On Wednesday, Miss Ann Williams gave Concert at the Mu«eom Room, in this town, assisted her brother* and sisters, Mr. Hay ward, violinist, and Mr. C. Harding, amateur, son Mr. W. Harding, late Mayor of the borough, which afforded a treat the lovers of music, and was nu
November 27, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

CANDLER'S FOX HOUNDS.— HaI/past Ten. Friday Nov. Pensax Monday Dec. lockridgo Common. Wednesday W"*»P _ Friday...*. « MR GILES' FOX HOUND*.— Ten. Friday Nov. urnpikc. THE LUDLOW FOX HOUND*.— Ten. Friday Nov. Bridge. THE HEREFORDSHIRE HOUNDS. Ten. Friday .. Nov. 29 Brockball Turn
November 27, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WORCESTER TOWN COUNCIL.

WORCESTER TOWN COUNCIL.

adjourned Quarterly Meeting the Town Council was held the GufMkaß Thursday, the newly-elected Mayor, Alderman Chalk, the chair. The Mayor said that before assuming the chair to which he had called their kindness and partiality, was anxious return his sincere aud heartfelt thanks
November 27, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England