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CHANCERY COURT.-(THIS DAY.) The Lcrd Chancellor sat in Lincoln's Inn Hall to-day. WATSON V. AYtS.-JUDGMENT. The Lone C)tANCELLOR gave judgment

CHANCERY COURT.-(THIS DAY.) The Lcrd Chancellor sat in Lincoln's Inn Hall to-day. WATSON V. AYtS.-JUDGMENT. The Lone C)tANCELLOR gave judgment

to-day in this case, which was heard some time since before his Lordship, upon appeal from the decision of his Honour the Vice-Chancellor. The short facts of the case out of which the question arises may be stated as follow :—The testator in the cause directed his real estates t
November 26, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPORTS.

IMPORTS.

Per Xulodo-25 m. pitch pine lumber, 16 do. staves, 16 bls. tar. and 47 bags peas. • Per Bowditch—lumber and shingles. Per Edward Goodrick-71 bags coffee,•lo do cocoa, and 1 tierce old pewter. Per Jabez-500 qtls. fish. Per Perseverance—bls, pickled fish, do. bread, gin, gic. Per
November 26, 1839 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
POCKET AND SHEET Ua o u POR SALE AT The Druggist Establishments of MESSRS. CRUMPTON, CLEARE, 8z Co., andLEwts &

POCKET AND SHEET Ua o u POR SALE AT The Druggist Establishments of MESSRS. CRUMPTON, CLEARE, 8z Co., andLEwts &

WALTON, Swan-Street; and Messrs. J. W. STUART & Co., High street; also at the Stores of Messrs. JosErtl BROWN & Co., Brigdge.street,; at the house of Dr. ABEL PHILLIPS, Tudor-street; and by Mr. I. BOWEN, Bookseller, Trafalgar-street. Pocket Almanack...... ......... I dollar Shee
November 26, 1839 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

(PROM THE SPECTATOR. EXCHANO . E, FRIDAY AFTERNOON. -- The English market has fully recov,ered the depression to wkich it was subjected at the latter end of last week. The Three-and-a-half per Cent. Stocks, of which considerable sales were then made, are both, to-day, per cent.
November 26, 1839 - Unknown - Unknown
 
WANT—PLACES—(AII Letters to be post paid.)

WANT—PLACES—(AII Letters to be post paid.)

WANT — PLACES—(AII Letters to be post paid.) A S WET NURSE, a young married Woman, with an ix. excellent breast of n.ilk, and an unexceptionable character.—Direct M. C., Mr. Parter, New Quebec-street, Portman-square. AS LAI3I7S MAID, a respectable Person, who understands dressrea
November 26, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CLAIR V. BLAKESLEY.

CLAIR V. BLAKESLEY.

It will be rememWei - ed . ti;ai - TieWel - a - ys since Mr. Sergeant Wilde moved, in this case, for a rule to show cause why an a ttachment should not issue against the defendant for not cancelling an old deed of settlement. It was an action for libel contained in the deed of s
November 26, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BRUSSELS CARPETS, LAMBETH HOUSE, Marshgate.—All the new and beautiful patterns in BRUSSELS CARPETS, at 35 6d per yard; less fashionable

BRUSSELS CARPETS, LAMBETH HOUSE, Marshgate.—All the new and beautiful patterns in BRUSSELS CARPETS, at 35 6d per yard; less fashionable

styles, 3s and 2s 6d. Also Turkey, Kidderminster, and Venetian carpets; floor cloths of every width, warranted thoroughly seasoned ; rich satin-striped tabarets, damask, moreen, and chintz draperies : gold cornices, &c., with every requisite for furnishing, including upholstery
November 26, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WINE BOTTLES.—The vety utmost value given for OLD WINE and other BOTTLES, by J. DRURY, Wine Cooper and Bottle Merchant,

WINE BOTTLES.—The vety utmost value given for OLD WINE and other BOTTLES, by J. DRURY, Wine Cooper and Bottle Merchant,

53, London-wall, near Finsbury-tircus.—Letters, post paid, addressed as above, swill meet immediate attention. Bottles sent and paid for before taken from the premises. CANDLE LAMPS.—PALMER'S PATENT CANDLE LAMPS are now made to burn candles with one, two, three, or four wicks, w
November 26, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
VURS sent to all PARTS of the KINGDOM.—The l'roprietors of the HUDSON'S BAY FUR ESTABLISHMENT, Argyll Rooms, 246, Regent-street, London,

VURS sent to all PARTS of the KINGDOM.—The l'roprietors of the HUDSON'S BAY FUR ESTABLISHMENT, Argyll Rooms, 246, Regent-street, London,

will, upon a respectable reference being given, send FURS for approval to any part of the country, the parties to whom they are sent paying the carriage if no purchase is made. C HARLES COOK, Manager. Argyll Rooms, 246, Regent-street, London, VUR ESTABLISHMENT.—RICH SABLES, SABL
November 26, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AIRS. GORE'S NEW NOVEL. Now ready at all the Libraries, in 8 vols. pREFERMENT. ANovel. By Mrs. GORE, Author of"

AIRS. GORE'S NEW NOVEL. Now ready at all the Libraries, in 8 vols. pREFERMENT. ANovel. By Mrs. GORE, Author of"

Mrs. Artnytage." " Stokeshill-place," &c. Henry Colburn, publisher, 13, Great Marlborough-street.
November 26, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England