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Ripon.—Frightful Accident.—On Wednesday morning last, between eight and nine o'clock, some children playing in the passage which leads from Finklc

Ripon.—Frightful Accident.—On Wednesday morning last, between eight and nine o'clock, some children playing in the passage which leads from Finklc

street to Mr. Robinson's iron foundry, in which passage tht-ro was reared, nearly vertically against the wall, a large iron wheel, which might weigh about half ton. The poor children, not suspecting any danger, were amusing themselves immediately in front of this wheel, when it
November 23, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
RELIGION IN THE COLONIES.

RELIGION IN THE COLONIES.

RELIGION THE COLONIES. We last week noticed that portion of the bishop of Exeter's charge which had reference to the conduct of government towards our colony of Australia, and now turn to that part which the right Rev. Prelate no less roughly handles our quasi government for the
November 23, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LADY LUMLEY'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL, AT THORNTON. WANTED, a MASTER for Lady Lumley's Free Grammar School at Thornton, who must be

LADY LUMLEY'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL, AT THORNTON. WANTED, a MASTER for Lady Lumley's Free Grammar School at Thornton, who must be

of the Established Church in Holy Orders capable of Teaching the Greek and Latin Classes, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, nnd understand the Management of a School. Testimonials of Ability and Character to be forwarded, prior to the 16th Day of December next, for the consideration
November 23, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
On Saturday, the 18th the Lady of the Rev. C J. Haw kins, of a son On Sunday, the 10th

On Saturday, the 18th the Lady of the Rev. C J. Haw kins, of a son On Sunday, the 10th

inst., the wile Mr. Wm Hor.lev farmer, of Hottms near Malton, of a son ; an the following morning another son. , MARRIAGES. Caroline/second daughter oMsaa'c On uesdav, the 10th in«t at Q» x»- Ithis city, the Rev. J. Salvin J u ' Miss Jane MeredVw' ° Sheriff " Mary, eldest daught
November 23, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
is hereby given that application is intended to ~ be made to Parliament tbe ensuing session for bring in a

is hereby given that application is intended to ~ be made to Parliament tbe ensuing session for bring in a

bill in order to obtain an Act to establish and maintain for the better and more effectual Recovery ok . Debts, within the several parishes or places of Abbotskerswell, Ashburton, Bickington, Bishop.>teignton, Bovey-Tracey, Bucklaudln-toe-Moor, Broauhempstone, Cockington. Coombt
November 23, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE BISHOP OF EXETER's CHARGE.

THE BISHOP OF EXETER's CHARGE.

have anxiously looked for the public recent delivered by the Lob" Exbtbr to his Clergy, and we have now the .j <<\ to state that it is in print. We have P deep interest and much attention ; and rl * ,yl the task, we say, in the deep of our bear*' are impressed with a conviction
November 23, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

The Somerset Subscription Fox Hounds. —These Hounds will meet on Saturday, Nov. 23rd, at Dunster Park ; on Tuesday the 26th, at Raleigh's Cross ; and on Friday the 29th, at Bagborough Plantation. Each day at halfpast 10 o'clock. Mr. Archer's Fox Hounds will meet on Monday, the 2
November 23, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SCIENCE.

SCIENCE.

Geology of the Moon. —Capt. Portlock, President of the Geological Society of Dublin, being ol opinion that information to the original condition the surface of the earth might be obtained an inquiry into the condition some other planetary body, wrote to Dr. Robinson, of Armagh,
November 23, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

The great importance which now attaches to every communication connected with this colony, since so many thousands of our fellow subjects are preparing to emigrate, induces to publish the following Letter, which appeared in a late number of the Hampshire Advertiser. It will be r
November 23, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

From Friday's Gazette. . 11. V. Garman, Stratford, Middlesex, Hill, Bridge-street, Lambeth, ironmonger--" ■,j Bow, Middlesex, grocer—T. M'Donnell, l . l maker—J. Booth, Rawdon, Yorkshire, clothier - and L. Darkin, Manchester, fustian man Lucas, late of Willenhall, Staffordshire,
November 23, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England