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INDIAN GAMh Of CRICKET.

INDIAN GAMh Of CRICKET.

Mr. Stone, in Uia Life of Joseph Brant,’’ lately published at New York, saya“ Among other amoeemenU, in addition their native ip)itsof running, wrestling, asid leaping—their dances and song* —their sacrifices, and other festivals of war and of | thanksgiving—the six nitioas hud
November 26, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WANTED SITUATION the Public Business, be LET FREE BEER and ALE TRADE a rfgneclabie Person, that understand! cooking—where there 1.

WANTED SITUATION the Public Business, be LET FREE BEER and ALE TRADE a rfgneclabie Person, that understand! cooking—where there 1.

double-fronted Home, with a live-motion engine, and all other )■ another female kept would preferred. Direct, post paid, to A. 11.. fixture* up for the trade, situated In crowded neighbourhood, well 9»5 Klrhv street Hatton-irarden. surrounded with factories, and half the rent ma
November 26, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ctstbk acoszs, FITZ WILLI A M-S TREE T. T SMITH liep> leave to announee to his Friend* and the Fub

ctstbk acoszs, FITZ WILLI A M-S TREE T. T SMITH liep> leave to announee to his Friend* and the Fub

|: r, that be has fitted the Shop adjoining the Fiuwil>'< in Hotel, as ROOM, which he intends Opening on Wednesday, the Novemlter, when he purposes keeping for sale a stock of the best LONDON OYSTERS, on the most reasonable terms. J. S. begs further to add, that he has appropria
November 26, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
•ale by Mr. Stevenson.

•ale by Mr. Stevenson.

TO Steel Converters, and Other*. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BT MR. STEVENSOW, jt .<w nm*. Gin**-*—', p.r», ctpitr Itmtinf «*« Pnmmt, md tit «** will UmUmMtmlrame; ■STEWARDS Ton, ROLLED ‘CAST Ij STEEL, varioiw wwrt ; 0, ,n P* •M<b. oo<l o M «riMy ofWoctaof »d .< Ten . .be Forenoon pr
November 26, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WILLIAM JACKSON, AaSBT> VX<ACB »HBPPIBI.D, MOST iwpenfullv tender* hi. thanks lo bi« Friainh who lam- hononred hiol with their favoiir.,

WILLIAM JACKSON, AaSBT> VX<ACB »HBPPIBI.D, MOST iwpenfullv tender* hi. thanks lo bi« Friainh who lam- hononred hiol with their favoiir.,

anil annoimaes his return from London, whore he ha. exteiisire Pnrel.are, Superior TOY » and FANCY ARTICLES, which will he read» lot inapertliHi, hi. SHOW ROOM, the Fair Week and the Week follovri«!r. A creat variety of liwtrmfive Ohiii!**. and Map*; also, other ENGLISH and FORE
November 26, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Bits EX MB B AliP.

Bits EX MB B AliP.

Bits AliP. THE QUEEN'S MARRIAGE. Last week we stated that all doubts to her Majesty’s intended marriage were an end, and since then ()ie fact has been formally and offidally anoounced to the country. At the part of the week summonses to attend her Majesty at Buckingham Palace on
November 26, 1839 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
NORTH MIDLAND RAILWAY.— ?? ELEVENTH CALL of £10 per SHARE.— NOTICE IS Bo_, J r BY GIVEN, that in pursuance

NORTH MIDLAND RAILWAY.— ?? ELEVENTH CALL of £10 per SHARE.— NOTICE IS Bo_, J r BY GIVEN, that in pursuance

of a Resolution of the s "*"f ( r of Directors, the Proprietors of Shares in this Company jf* hereby required to pay an ELEVENTH INSTALMENT of jwl *"' each oi their respective Shares, on or before the b'th of g^hrber now next ensuing, to any of the under-mentioned suoi terest of
November 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
I SHIP NEWS.

I SHIP NEWS.

BY THIS DAY'S POST. DEAL. Nov. 85.— WSW.— Arrived, the Flora, from Danttfc. PORTSMOUTH, Nov. 2 4.-WSW to WNW, fresh br-.z.s.—Ar- rived, the Swift packet, from Vera Cni'., sailed loth Sept , Tam- pico 23d, and Hai ult., wita 700,000 dollars; the in Gibraltar- •., Cadiz Vi«o mtli.
November 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
No. 532. SHIPS Foil FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. ! SHIPS FOR FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. Cast InOit*. IHracl for MADBITIDS. *•* CALCUTTA

No. 532. SHIPS Foil FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. ! SHIPS FOR FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. Cast InOit*. IHracl for MADBITIDS. *•* CALCUTTA

direct, put of tree camncAgtd, ui wlUbcdct. dkuttnd .hip, to wil p«»cl«Iljr tlre of Deemher. wi « before th* SOtk Nor., larwkkh ragtfcrefßt ! THE remarkably faet-iailiog new Ship Blew. ALEXANDER JOHNSTON. A I, tom borrfj.THE inlendid. well-known, fast-failing i than coppered »»d
November 26, 1839 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
STATE OP TRADE—NEW YORK. Nov. 7.

STATE OP TRADE—NEW YORK. Nov. 7.

There is fair supply of bread stufis daily arriving. The demand has, however, been good deal cheeked, and the sales have been very limited. Prices for western ranged today from dol. e. dol. 75 c. In freights learn of no improvement. Cotton.— been irafroTcmenl th« activity of thi
November 26, 1839 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England