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CHARADE. Beneath tirst saw an ass With limping; gait move slowly on, And found and second was the road to

CHARADE. Beneath tirst saw an ass With limping; gait move slowly on, And found and second was the road to

throw upon. Attracted by a lock of bay, He head—atd so whole, Attracted in a different way, Is often seen to turn its pole. G. S. C. [The following beautiful Stanzas are written by the talented Lady the Laureat, so long and well known the Literary world as Miss Caroline Bowles.}
November 23, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

In the Advertisement in our first page, Notice to John l 'rankland s Creditors," the day referred to in it should Saturday, November Wtli, and not the 3ist, as there stated. The private donation anonymous benevolent friend, to poor clergyman, was most thankfully received on the:
November 23, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CLAYTONS & DUNN, "U WILLIS & SWINBURNE, aollcltors for the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a renewed Application is intended

CLAYTONS & DUNN, "U WILLIS & SWINBURNE, aollcltors for the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a renewed Application is intended

to be made in Parliament the next ensuing Session, for an Act to make and maintain a Railway Railways, or Tramroad or Tramroads, with proper Warehouses, Wharfs, Landing Places, Tunnels, Bridges, Work*, and other Conveniences adjoining thereto, or connected therewith, for the Pas
November 23, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POETRY. ON SIR WALTER RALEIGH. O hadst thou served thy heroine all thy day 9. Had fate from storms of

POETRY. ON SIR WALTER RALEIGH. O hadst thou served thy heroine all thy day 9. Had fate from storms of

envy screened tny bays, Hadst thou still flourished in warlike reign. The sword had made a conquest like ffiTPMI, But nought to such untimely late could bring The valiant subject, hut coward king. FROM PERROT'S EPIGRAMS-1613. A Welshman and an Englishman diluted Which of their l
November 23, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

The HOUNDS will meet on Monday Nov. at Widmerpool Inn; on Tuesday at Beaumanor; on Thursday at Shrarsby Inn; and on Friday at Qurnby—each day at before 11. The ATIIEKSTONE HOUNDS will meet on Monday Nov. Seal Wood; on Wednesday at Ansley'llall: Thursday at Newbold Gate; and Satu
November 23, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
The Nonconformist and the Felon.

The Nonconformist and the Felon.

ILLUSTRATION OF CHURCH & STATE LAW. pickpocket has bis term of punishment, arid it ceases. The swindler—the housebreaker—the homicide—may allowed look forward to expiration of their several periods of confinement. But tbe man who dares to obey the dictates of his own conscience,
November 23, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ESTABLISHED FORTY YEARS, rar- ROYAL CAMBRIDGE & BELLE VUE WINE AND SPIRIT VAULTS, No. 55, HIGH STREET, CHELTENHAM, BENJAMIN THOMAS,

ESTABLISHED FORTY YEARS, rar- ROYAL CAMBRIDGE & BELLE VUE WINE AND SPIRIT VAULTS, No. 55, HIGH STREET, CHELTENHAM, BENJAMIN THOMAS,

IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN Foreign Wines, Spirits, and Xdqaeurs, MOST GRACIOUSLY APPOINTED Wine Merchant to their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Prince George ok Cambridge, RESPECTFULLY solicits the Favours the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, Visitors, and Inhabitants of Cheltenham and
November 28, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

The Leipsic Gazette publishes letter from Vienna of the Bth inst., stating that the Austrian Cabinet was sorely vexed and perplexed by " the recent prank of the Duke of Bordeaux." "On his return," says the writer, " he will, no doubt, be forbidden to pass beyond certain limits;
November 23, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
SZNO 8. MADAME ANFOSSI HAS the honour to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry of Reading and its environs who may

SZNO 8. MADAME ANFOSSI HAS the honour to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry of Reading and its environs who may

be desirous of receiving Lessons Singing, that she has changed her Residence, from SOUTHAMPTON-STREET to 48, CASTLE-STREET, where she will continue to give Instructions in SINGING. Madame Anposssi attends private pupils and schools at several miles from Reading. Henceforwards he
November 23, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
L IQ U E I' R.

L IQ U E I' R.

DR. PER UENGTUN.’S TONIC APERIENT I wi.li «o »t tlio value a direct conildnallotl ■»f Tnaira with \perVeuts- f'-nn iiretrnplutn it irtU U >,r..unhl info /rrnmiii tue. —Dr. 11-Mnui. Kxtrmirdin'irii hrr Maj> tli/. excellent Medicine is confidently offered to the Public, the most s
November 23, 1839 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England