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KINGSBRIDGE UNION.

KINGSBRIDGE UNION.

We refer to a report of the proceedings at the Kingsbridge Union .Saturday last in our fourth page. The Guardians were tempted with the offer of a chaplain at £50 a-year—at least this was all that was to be allowed; but it was most wisely, stren.ously, and successfully resisted—
November 23, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Lord Ebrington has been on a visit to the Queen at Windsor. His Lordship on Monday accompanied her Ma-esty a

Lord Ebrington has been on a visit to the Queen at Windsor. His Lordship on Monday accompanied her Ma-esty a

ride in the Great Park, and afterwards left for L° ,,llon ; On Friday, a Privy Council was held at Windsor; when Lord Ebrington was sworn Lord Lieutenant of Devonshire. The Rev. S. Rundle has been appointed Perpetual Curate of St. Aubvn's Chapel, Devonport, void by tbe resignati
November 23, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PRICES OF STOCKS.

PRICES OF STOCKS.

BRITISH. U.I We. foreign. Mo\lu Bank Stock 178P17Sijl78 Belgian 3 per cent. Red.. 89f Brazilian I >** 3 per cent. Cons. 90J Colombian --, per cent Danish .. '_- 73J percent. Red. Dutch24pr cents 52 52* * New percent. !)y Dutcbspercents ys j 9s. India Stock .... 250 i 252 251 Por
November 23, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Force.—The Magistrates in the County Carmarthen have determined lo appoint limited number district constables under the Act. Derbyshire a committee

Force.—The Magistrates in the County Carmarthen have determined lo appoint limited number district constables under the Act. Derbyshire a committee

Magistrates has been appointed lo consider the extent to which it shall adopted, and the estimated expence to mcii rred. Public Dinner and Presentation of Plate to It. Stephenson, Esq.—On Saturday evening, Mr. R. Stephenson was entertained at public dim er the Albion Tavern, Ald
November 22, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
by Messrs. Driver.—The next presentation and perpetual advowson to the Rectory of Little Bentley, in this county, subject to the

by Messrs. Driver.—The next presentation and perpetual advowson to the Rectory of Little Bentley, in this county, subject to the

life of the present incumbent, aged years, together with a new rectory house and premises, a large garden, and acres of glebe land; also the tithes of the parish of Little Bentley, estimated to contain about 1726 acres of arable and pasture land, and 117 acres of wood, recently
November 22, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
THE CHACE.

THE CHACE.

Nelmes Fo ..Hounds. Saturday, November 23 Franks Tuesday, •« 26 ......"'.'.'".'.Uindon Hill* Saturday, " 30 Dog and Partridge half-past 'fen. Essex Union Fox-Hounds. Saturday, November 23rd Wednesday, " 27th ..'.Purleigh Wash Saturday. Ashingt.,ll Want, Wednesday, December Ith B
November 22, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

CORN-EXCHANGE, MARK LANE, IFrdnesday, November 20. We Lad tolerably abundant supply of Wheat from ilie Home Counties on Monday, but the continued vet weather caused it to come to hand, with few exceptions, in extremely bad condition, and tbe trado throughout ruled very dull, at
November 22, 1839 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
YORK CITY COMMISSIONERS.

YORK CITY COMMISSIONERS.

The City Commissioners met on Tuesday in their chambers, Nowstreet, when the following gentlemen attended:—Messrs. Seth Agar, (chairman), Peacock, Rymer, Walker, (Mount), Mason, Rowntree, Calvert, Bellerbv, Watson, and Walker, (Gillygate). The minutes being read, a short convers
November 23, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
YORK DIOCESAN SOCIETIES FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE, AND FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS.

YORK DIOCESAN SOCIETIES FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE, AND FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS.

The anniversary meetings of these societies were held on Monday, in the Minster Library ; his Grace Archbishop the chair. The meeting, which was respectably attended, having been opened with prayer, and apologies from some of the members for nou-attendance being read, the Rev. W
November 23, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
HAREWOOD COURSING MEETING.

HAREWOOD COURSING MEETING.

TUESDAY, Nov. 19. THE CUP.—First Class of 3 soy. ecch, the second dog to receive 23 soy. MrMuscruft's f. and w. b. Lovely, beat T. Gascoigne's b. d. Victor Mr Holroyd's r. and w. d. Guardsman, beat Fould's f. b. Frisk Sir J. Johnstone's t>. d. Tetotum, beat Mr G. L. Fox's b. h.
November 23, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England