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Spirit of the Public Journals.

Spirit of the Public Journals.

't 't ?4vivtt o ttr vilbit ;Dota it .a 1-0 - -- I t9TtA'J land " any 5jiniia'ter of th e CrO4Wri (6iyk a Morning~i si Paper) "1 who he'reafter aceptsii Of li ?? t to a City ettilretdeserves to he insulted. They who know [lot what tile' lawu of Itospotlity pres demtand, or are wit
November 26, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
THE NEWPORT RIOTS.

THE NEWPORT RIOTS.

' t'iii; NEW'ORT RIOI'S. an- ?? . . . Ira NEr,2Otir, WEDSnLSrAV MONINC). Cominit tltis Eter rid i and Liewellin, Lord John ,.Ilsiirl's speech. Sevcral other leaders of the insurrection rtave been taken, and two comit itled to-dtiy. .roielligetceof in unfnvourable description has
November 26, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
ROTAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.

ROTAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.

Last night this society assembled at its rooms, the President G. B. Greeoough, Esq., in the chair. Several new members were admitted (among wbom was the Earl Grosvenor), and some brief notices of new communications read by the secre- tary. The only subject which wa can at presen
November 26, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HIGH WATER AT LONDON-BRIDGE TO-MORROW.

HIGH WATER AT LONDON-BRIDGE TO-MORROW.

Morn. . . 24 m. after 6 | After. . 51 m . after b
November 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
~*ff^A.THE BIRMINGHAM

~*ff^A.THE BIRMINGHAM

~* f f^A THE BIRMINGHAM htd'l . wm In compliance with a requisition igll t. JQ and signed by upwards of KiOO lD^7[ t hi**J appointed to be held in the Town tl. > .<rj into consideration the introduction , oo r, Birmingham. The town at an ear 'J b ]jc raj/l to be expected, this be
November 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MORNING NEWSPAPERS.

MORNING NEWSPAPERS.

(From the Times.) Monmouth, a borough to whose parliamentary elections the bravely-rescued town of Newport is contributory, had for some years been reckoned among the Radical fastnesses. Some men do not easily understand the na- ture of a political nuisance till they are made to
November 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TATTKRSALL'S. {et _\

TATTKRSALL'S. {et _\

More business was done yesterday tha n past ; in its extent, however, consisted its II VjF alterations resulted. Bokhara was the "*l 1 ft he was backed epgerly at 22, aud afterward' J*. closing offers being only 18 to 1. Muley v, niljj. to ther to Euclid were in considerable de-
November 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SIR FRANCIS HEAD AND LORD MELBOURNE.

SIR FRANCIS HEAD AND LORD MELBOURNE.

Copy of the short note marked " Private," referred to in Lord Melbourne's letter, and omitted by accident iv the correspondence published in the Standard of yesterday. (Private.) "My Lord,—ln case your lordship should be disposed to comply with the prayer of the enclosed communi
November 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
the pens. in lie a bstain. whoa le was yaw of load I AAA this wicked t ie was thought

the pens. in lie a bstain. whoa le was yaw of load I AAA this wicked t ie was thought

to have run its fall ocit speci4 Li' covert aad open resistance r having expended itself the monarchy, the laws, the coasti of England—in the treasons , and those that escaped,—even exhausted whatever was buoyant in its icings over the long successes of Eng. 4 breathed, apparent
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
GRIMSBY

GRIMSBY

arrived from 22 Maria, BerckholtzNeuhurlingerseil Nichola, Finland 23 Maria, Lund Flensburg YARMOUTH arr.from 23 Spring, Clare Archangel Caroline, "White Alkmaar 24 Neptunus, Nielson Gothenburg HARWICH arrived from 23 Audacious, Cracknell Rotterdam
November 26, 1839 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England