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CHURCH NEWS.

CHURCH NEWS.

CHI URCHI N EWS. n lias. Ilirouali Sir etnrrv Wihe. 'I'he Qroen ias, Iirlroegh Sir Henry Wl'heailey, for- warded the sum of' 100 guineas to tbe West Cornwall Diocesan Church Building Association. Vernon Wentwtllih, Esq. of Wentworth Castle, near nar nsle' has subscribed the liber
November 26, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Markets, Prices Current, &c.

Markets, Prices Current, &c.

1-Harratooollreq Ourvent. vc. ?? " I ? ?? BIANGOR, lFriday, Nov. 22. a.d. s it s. d. s. d. Wheat . . 60, It to 7.3 u Qets. 20O IO to 2:,. (1 Barley .. -iIo 0 -06 tfl-(hviutaa. 36/ par '24 ls. MI XA ?? I/at pr b d. dI. Id. d . Beef, per lb ?? to 'ij Veal. ?? to 6 *Mutton ?? - '.tj
November 26, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
THE CHARTIST RIOTS IN WALES.

THE CHARTIST RIOTS IN WALES.

(From our Correspondent.) NEWPORT, Saturday, Nov. 23, Five, p.m. Asat the rising of the Court , esterday the sittings of the magistrates were adjourned over this day, I thought it a good opportunity for visiting some of the colliery districts in winch Chartism most abounds. Time
November 26, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Challenge to the Preach Distillers.

Challenge to the Preach Distillers.

EXTRAORDINARY u it may appear to pe rs on s favourable to the use of French Brandy, and entertaining prejudices against that of Hems manufacture. J. 'f. BETTS & CO. with the most perfect eoofidence in the superiority of their production, do hereby publicly clot!. tinge the best
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TA ATE .

TA ATE .

MR. H. M. JONES. SURGICAL and MICHANICAL DPINTIAT, mpectfally informs his numerous Pis and friends, that lie rosy be consulted DAILY at his residence, No. 20. Nicholas-street, Chester, "as email," in all ease+ incidental to his profession. NATURAL A RTIFICIA I,.pr INCORRUPTIBLE
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Laads ht Parades sad =oh.

Laads ht Parades sad =oh.

Laads Parades sad =oh. 'Pp RE BOLL) BY AUCTION, by Mr. JOHN BROWN, at the Dwelling-horse of Mr. Willien Pecker, known by the Sip of the Nag's Head, in Fern. don, in the county of Chester, on Faiomr, the 29th de, of Noreinber, 1839, at Bee o'clock in the afterooon precisely, subje
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CINESTER AND CREWE RAILWAY. MIMI* POI, LOANS. THE Directors of this Railway are prepared, eider the power. in their Aet

CINESTER AND CREWE RAILWAY. MIMI* POI, LOANS. THE Directors of this Railway are prepared, eider the power. in their Aet

of Parliament, to take op Loans of Moue, oe Mortgage of the Tolls arising therefrom. in soma of not less than SSW, and to remain for three or See year. as may be agreed upon, for which Interest at the rate ofltS percent. will be paid half-yearly. Teatime, maths, the mooing, to a
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SOUTH CH ESHIltg.

SOUTH CH ESHIltg.

THZ subjoined requisition, signed by a very large number of the electors of the Southern Division of the County of Chester, w•as presented to Mr. Tollemache, on Friday the 22d of November inst. To John Esquire. Viewing with apprehonsson the perilous situation which the country i
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY

STATE OF THE COUNTRY

Barwszv ‘Vhiggery and Chartism there s a alliance—indeed a blond relationship. The is the parent of the latter; and to each 3,1., the motley crew composing the I'hartoi might Lord slelbourne and Lord John —" these are bone of my bone and flesh." Chartism is neither mere nor loss
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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November 26, 1839 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England