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Y AUTII.O HIT V.

Y AUTII.O HIT V.

IF HE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS are JI published for general information : No. 1: Resolution of the Board of Health, to appoint Vaccinators General, to visit the Houses and Habitations of the Inhabitants of this Island, for the purpose of Vaccinating. Whereas it is very desirable that
November 26, 1839 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
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THE SUBSCRIBER'S PLACE, containing 22 acres of the best CANE L AND, under excellent cultivation, with a comfortable HOUSE, consisting of dining and drawing Rooms, three Bed Rooms above stairs; kitchen, pantry, but tety, one bed room, three rooms, and wine room below stairs; stab
November 26, 1839 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
A. F. AND R. MAXWELL'S PRICES CURRENT, NOVEMBER 20, 1839.

A. F. AND R. MAXWELL'S PRICES CURRENT, NOVEMBER 20, 1839.

WHEAT, per 701bs English white 9 red 7 'New. 0 all 4 6 a 9 8 Scotcti, Berwick, Welch, and a Manx Ditto red a Irish white 9 0 a 9 2 Belfast,Strangford, & Dundalk 6 4 a 7 10 Drogheda and Dublin Wexibrd and Dungarvan 0 0 a 0 0 Waterford and Youghal 6 10 a 8 4 Cork, Bandon, &c 6 7 a
November 26, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
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47721 75663

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2720 4509 Rye. L d: 37 9 38 7 38 5 37 9 36 1 39 1 37 11 14

2720 4509 Rye. L d: 37 9 38 7 38 5 37 9 36 1 39 1 37 11 14

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November 26, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
ANTHRACITE FOR STEAM-BOATS.

ANTHRACITE FOR STEAM-BOATS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBION. Will you oblige me by inserting the following extract from a letter, giving an account of the performance of the steam-boat Anthracite on the Thames? If no other advantage is gained by the use of that fuel for steam-boats, the absence of smoke is a g
November 26, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
Parkaide.

Parkaide.

6 a. m., Mixed Train, I SO, a. m., First Class. 2 15, p.m., First Class. 2 45, p. m., First Class, meets N. Union Train to Preston at Parkside. do. do. 3 30, p.m., AIWA. 5 p. First Class. ON SUNDAY,' THE DEPARTURES WILL Be. _ 3 30, a. in., First Class, joins London Train at 8 30
November 26, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
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ANicedciliceanits; 2 '''' case; Attending 6 ndl;ig a - s •. 7 leiatIon•••• 10 ,- • '' e upOn I ilrregularrecommenk T " tal ''''' 12 Died Viospital ChaPlata, Rev. J. Connor.—HoultiSu r g ew ' Treasurer, Mr. R. W. li aWson. Visitors • • • • •11r. John Lightbody and Mr. John Iligby
November 26, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
GENERAL CEMETERY, Kensall-green, Harrowroad, one mile and a halt from Paddington Church. In this Cemetery, established in the year 1832,

GENERAL CEMETERY, Kensall-green, Harrowroad, one mile and a halt from Paddington Church. In this Cemetery, established in the year 1832,

members of the Church of England and Dissenters are interred, either in consecrated or unconsecrated ground, as may be required, with the use of Chapels, and the right of parties bringing their own clergymen, and the advantage of a burial register for all Cestominations, authori
November 26, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England