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Friday, Nov. 23. s* BIRTH. t Hu ffvi' Q L f ". Lieut. t lir "ylor, gr„h regiment, of a

Friday, Nov. 23. s* BIRTH. t Hu ffvi' Q L f ". Lieut. t lir "ylor, gr„h regiment, of a

son. ¥ Wuesd. , MARRIED. rfW' ' Si"' ' "tin., Stamford, (by H« AHhorp, to Elizabeth third H °° d ' ° J Wii|| °" 0 (by the Rev. Chas. ie,t ~ iMl2 \ &n "° / C ' - Wm. Green, "4 on - , Ba,k « miller. T . J' >- 1 »th hist., Thomas it- ,am ton. \ V last, Mr. Sardeson, SiaeT n"i ' dau
November 22, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
STRATHFILLAV CASE.

STRATHFILLAV CASE.

On the motion of Mr Dunlop, the consideration of the case was delayed till Wednesday the 11th December, on which day the commission resolved to meet again.
November 27, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
SAVINGS’ BANK IN INVERNESS.

SAVINGS’ BANK IN INVERNESS.

We publish the following unique production, in its native unsophisticated state, merely suppressing the writer’s surname. We cordially agree with honest Nanny, in her wish see a savings’ bank here, which would form a lasting benefit to the working classes. The Clergy should best
November 27, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
ABELIDEKN COHN AIAKKET.

ABELIDEKN COHN AIAKKET.

22. had crowded market to-day. with lar'e show samples. Fine, dry, heavy oat samp brouaht last week’s prices; but damp 1 light pare were almost unsaleable. Bear and barley, little show and prices under quote i Potato* outs 0.1 to 25s 0 ! Per Quart oats ea ; 28s 0.1 to 34s Od Kan
November 27, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET.

GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET.

Nov. 18.—In consequence of some importation of cattle from Ireland, the market to-day was belter supplied than it has been for month past. All, however, Were sold off at a small reduction upon last week’s quotations. Sheep was a shorter supply than last week, but without any alt
November 27, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
Bat!) ©ftcontrte, * - i839 i839--a,N;4, at ... , BIRTHS. bDot 8 Lei Somerset, Mrs. J. Russ Grant, • iQ,

Bat!) ©ftcontrte, * - i839 i839--a,N;4, at ... , BIRTHS. bDot 8 Lei Somerset, Mrs. J. Russ Grant, • iQ,

. d r. ridßWater ' the of Robert Underdown, ' " Tor <l°»y, the lady or William Kitson, Esq,, M". J™ Perrett, a son. ' ady f ' LOnd ° ' George r , H. Crampton, a danghter. «> a'i hA R ° bert B«ok4 Esq., Royal
November 28, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ANNUITY BRANCH

ANNUITY BRANCH

In addition the following advantageous scale of rates, four-fifths of the profits are divided among the Annuitants every three years, by way of bonus. TABLE EXHIBITING THE RATES OF ANNUITIES The Cheapest and he«t Sporting Magazine is the SPORTSMAN, Price One Shilling and Sixpenc
November 26, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
£ s. d. j X s. d. 7 7 10 65 10 17 4 8 4 8 70 13 1 10 9 6 4 80 22 9 0

£ s. d. j X s. d. 7 7 10 65 10 17 4 8 4 8 70 13 1 10 9 6 4 80 22 9 0

s. d. j X s. d. 7 7 10 65 10 17 4 8 4 8 70 13 1 10 9 4 80 9 0 AGENTS—Canterbury Mr. Dover Mr, Strooci, Rochester, «ud Chatham.. Mr. HuiiPHKEV Wickham W. Sharp. Matthew Kennett. THE CHEAPEST AND REST MEDICINES FOR COUGHS. COLDS, AND ASTHMAS. CTHURCH’S COUGH DROPS, for recent Colds
November 26, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PUBLIC EDUCATION

PUBLIC EDUCATION

THE COMMITTEE of the CANTERBURY BRITISH SCHOOL, deeply impressed with the importance of providing the means of Educating the Children of the Poor this City and Neighbourhood, have, in furtherance of so ri jsirabde object, purchased a piece Freehold Land in convenient and healthy
November 26, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CAMBRIDGI

CAMBRIDGI

Nov. 23.—0n Thursday last, A. B. Simonds, and K. Ralston Esqrs., Scholar* of Kings coll., were elected Fellows ilia Society. Tuesday Inst, W. K. Sharpe, Es<|., B. A. of Catherine hall, in this University, was elected a Fellow of that Society on the Skirne foundation. The office
November 26, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England