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THE COLONIES.

THE COLONIES.

IN THEZ Sooth Australian Gazette of April 20, we find the following remarks relative to PORT LINCOLN, which, wve may remind our readers, is situate en the same parallel of latitude as Sydney and Port Jackson, the latter being on the east coast of Australia, and Port Lincoln on t
November 24, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

TUESDAY, NoYRUeanR 19. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Ebsworth, brothers, Coleman-street, wool-brokers-T. Lunn and J. Brigden. Westmero, Hampshire, gcoeero-H. Brook and Sons, Hud- dersfeld, ?? and Price, Dawley, Shrop. shire, and elsewhere, ?? and Armstron- LiverpooI, eotton-merchants-
November 24, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
rHH ORACLE of RURAL LIFE, and SPORTS» MAN’S and COUNTRY GENTLEMAN’S ALMANACK, for IBie, with twenty-MX illustrations, referiingtotl’eSporls, Occupations, and

rHH ORACLE of RURAL LIFE, and SPORTS» MAN’S and COUNTRY GENTLEMAN’S ALMANACK, for IBie, with twenty-MX illustrations, referiingtotl’eSporls, Occupations, and

Astronomical features of the various seasons of the Tear. ** We have great pleasure in recommendiog to our readers extremely well deserving their patronage. It contains a vast variety of information, not. only interesting but indispensable to sportsmen of all classes, combining
November 24, 1839 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
h»** Commuted—fir*l ,y it» to:> from jlo* tor >ports thcmsel jhe Plate n .h'iod ,»e - 1,0 t nr.c the

h»** Commuted—fir*l ,y it» to:> from jlo* tor >ports thcmsel jhe Plate n .h'iod ,»e - 1,0 t nr.c the

circ m lance of Grey to orders »t the straight i The Ascot stakes were gi -.Oise FUly. feather . whit to plum? him'C'.f on th< microscope to survey him , t his weight, or rather t inhaling the ait ol . The Ascot Derby, w.th tin tlie pubi cg» re. opp. style to just'fy v that he w
November 24, 1839 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
partisan*. Tie Lacetta, Lady Sarah, and Wild Duck colt* are modi fancied in good quarters. They tell Maroon and the

partisan*. Tie Lacetta, Lady Sarah, and Wild Duck colt* are modi fancied in good quarters. They tell Maroon and the

Amadon colt, Scotl’a s’able, arc two very fine nae* . coarse, th. ee who stand against this string, they get out. will halllrigbtcncd to death. If compelled to stand on sny horse row. rr.y fancy would lean to the Angelica cut out of a 1 that I have seen he has length and size, w
November 24, 1839 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

COUNTRY NEWS. HEXHAM. —Murder.—A shocking murder was j committed in the town Hexham, on the 12th inst, ( The name of the murdered man is Joseph Chicken, a • tailor, about twenty-one years of age, who had cm- | ployed his leisure time lately as a Sunday-school \' teacher. The nam
November 24, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
“LATIN MADE EASY,

“LATIN MADE EASY,

Of Latin there are three kinds : Latin Proper, or good Latin; Dog Latin; and Thieves’ Latin Latin Proper, or good Latin, is the language which was spoken by the ancient Romans. Dog Latin the Latin in which boys compose their first verses and themes, and which occasionally employ
November 24, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Tub Affair of a Lease.—Charles Marsh, a

Tub Affair of a Lease.—Charles Marsh, a

Tub Affair Lease.— Charles Marsh, a fishmonger, of No. 4, Taylor’s-court, St. John-.street, Clcrkcnwell, was placed at the bar before Mr. Combe, charged by Edward Balham, solicitor, of No. 133, Salisbury-square, Fleet-street, with having stolen a lease. The prosecutor, being swor
November 24, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Price 6e/.

Price 6e/.

November 24, 1839 - John Bull - London, London, England
 
it it is but the sigaificant for heartlessness and cruelty that would disgrace a savage—was it not manly in him,

it it is but the sigaificant for heartlessness and cruelty that would disgrace a savage—was it not manly in him,

I say, when such advisers beset him, to cleave to the woman who bag loved him when those who now advised him to hod we war scorn, and to bid defiance to the world honour him for that act. It is what r and better men would not have had the virtuous courage to have Lady Sugden, I
November 24, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England