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YORK CORN MARKET.

YORK CORN MARKET.

v„_ M There a very thronged market tootsy, owing to b-i'ilg maninmas fai'. hut u« b«i» nr p.sstng l-r corn trsde is onK Irißing. Our farmers are not wt.linc >» -nkmil much either wheat hariey. .mlv for interior sau.p'.ea that we note a decline of » on the forme.*, and 2s 3* p»r
November 26, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DESPERATE AFFRAY WITH POACHERS.

DESPERATE AFFRAY WITH POACHERS.

Since ntghl of the 14»h instant, the eaci'ement h«s prevailed in the neighbourhood of Lichfield, Staffordshire, in consequence of a moat violent affray which took place between desperate gang of poachers and the gamekeepers t!.e Hon. Colonel F. O. Howard, the estate of that gent
November 26, 1839 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
PRCFCRMFSTS AND 4PPOINTMBVTS.

PRCFCRMFSTS AND 4PPOINTMBVTS.

The Ree. Will. Worth Huftre. M.A . late corate of Ckrtatch«fch C<-rk, to the fSt Panra. SUl>bridge. The Rev. Wni. Br-<<k KcmpM.n. A , of Sidney Snaaea College, Camiin<lgr, •© the rec tory S:oke ar. v. Heteforr'abiie, lacaot the Hra.b of tbe Kev. William Bee’.hain, rlerk. Patron,
November 26, 1839 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
BARCELONA, Nov. 10.

BARCELONA, Nov. 10.

already alluded oorder committed by Frenchman who called bimaelf Marco, or Juan Tarride, but real name wa* A. Dupont, on one of hi* fellow countrymen, named Loui* Bouchct, The murderer had been 'ri*lnally a journeyman baker, but bad afterward* ac•tred sufficient credit to do bui
November 26, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LITSRATVRE.

LITSRATVRE.

Domesticated Animals, popularly considered, By Robert Mudie. Orr and Co.—Mr. Robert Mudie, the author or editor of so many popular and delightful works, again presents himself in an attractive form, the author of an excellent and most interesting volume, entitled '* Domesticated
November 26, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS, at a low Rent. A and SECOND FLOOR to be LET, containing three rooms each, with the use

UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS, at a low Rent. A and SECOND FLOOR to be LET, containing three rooms each, with the use

of a kitchen, situate over a shop In the Hackney-road, about a mile from Shoreditch Church. There is prlvate entrar.ee, and the business has no connection with the upper part. The rent for the whole will or the first floor 15/. and Hie second floor 12/. per annum. For the addres
November 26, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PORK-BUTCHERS, Stc.—To DISPOSED JL OF, on reasonable terms, the LEASE and Bi SINESS of HOUSE and SHOP established nearly years

PORK-BUTCHERS, Stc.—To DISPOSED JL OF, on reasonable terms, the LEASE and Bi SINESS of HOUSE and SHOP established nearly years

the above trade, being In one of the great leading thoroughfares in most populous neighbourhood—a large business has always been done the premises. For particulars apply at No. 14d, Tempit-place, Blackfriarsroad. OH', and COLOUKMEN. A small SHOP to In DISPOSED that has been esta
November 26, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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November 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE,

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE,

(RECEIVED THIS MORNING.) FRANCE. (FROM OCR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, Nov. 24. SPANISH AFFAIRS. Ihe wbol.of the conclusion of the telegraphic dispatch .^s Hot published at the Bourse yesterday by the French, govern- ment ; it did not appear till night. It was as follows :— "
November 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LIEUT. COLONRL GURWOOD'S SWORD,

LIEUT. COLONRL GURWOOD'S SWORD,

(From the United Service Gazette.) We find from the information of a friend who, since our last number, has seen this honourable and unique trophy, that we were not then correctly informed respecting it. It is a sword of most beautiful workmanship, and was one <•> riven by Napol
November 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England