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PHILPOTTS V. PROCKTEB, The COURT decided that the rule in this case should be granted.

PHILPOTTS V. PROCKTEB, The COURT decided that the rule in this case should be granted.

SILVER V. BARNES. Chief Justice TINDAL stated that thls was an action upon a promissory note, arising out of the proceedings of a mutual benefit society, and the question was whether it was a bond fide partnei ship dealing, or was a loan of money. A rule had been moved for to sh
November 26, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CARPETS. —TURKEY, AXMINSTER, SAXONY, and ROYAL VELVET PILE CARPETS, in the greatest variety and adapted to every style of furnishing,

CARPETS. —TURKEY, AXMINSTER, SAXONY, and ROYAL VELVET PILE CARPETS, in the greatest variety and adapted to every style of furnishing,

are now on Show at it. and SON'S Furnishing Ware Houses, 33 and 34, Oxford-street. It. Alunns and Son, haring completed the alteration ef their premises, have made arrangements for the supply of the above carpets on a very extensive scale, and at more reasonable charges than the
November 26, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PLATE SUITED for PRESENTATION. — A. B. SAVORY and SONS, Manufacturing Silversmiths, No. 14, Cornhill, London (opposite the Bank of

PLATE SUITED for PRESENTATION. — A. B. SAVORY and SONS, Manufacturing Silversmiths, No. 14, Cornhill, London (opposite the Bank of

England), SUBMIT for INSPECTION in their Show Booms every variety of SILVER PLATE adapted for this purpose. Embossed and plain Salvers, Silver fea Trays, Silver Centres, Epergnes, and Candelabra, Wine Coolers, Dinner Services, including Corner Dishes, Soup Tureens, &c.; Bread an
November 26, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE GLADSTONE FAMILY.

THE GLADSTONE FAMILY.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBION. wish Another Reformer and the to know, that I did not intend to a "biting sm rie It Editor, with respect to your mistsken msertyms OR does not follow, because my ex p erience extends t sa h r e c e a xel ' u ' s i i n ve my de la a s ii t :ig bsutofs
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Barley. S. d. 41 2 41 0 41 3 41 3 41 4 42 7 41 5 1 0

Barley. S. d. 41 2 41 0 41 3 41 3 41 4 42 7 41 5 1 0

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CANADA.

CANADA.

Canada papers to the s en7l - o - iiictober have b . en received. The magistrates of Quebec had presented an address to the new Governor, complimenting him on his arrival, and expressing a hope, that the maintenance of the laws would be preserved, and the connexion existing betw
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8506 6259

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FLOUR, per 280Ibs. English Irish fine Ditto, superfine ....... •• • 54 0 a 56 0 Choice marks, European sweet,

FLOUR, per 280Ibs. English Irish fine Ditto, superfine ....... •• • 54 0 a 56 0 Choice marks, European sweet,

per 1961bs 40 0 a 41 0 American sweet 4O 0a 41 0 Do. sour Ditto, in Bond BRAN, per 241bs .... OATMEAL, 24011)s. English new Irish new
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Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BANGOR PARISH. Tithe Commutation Survey, &C. NO'I'ICE ISHEREBYGIVEN, rlIIAT an adjourned Meeting of the Landed Pro- .11 prietors of the PARISHI of BANGOIR, will take place at the LivEnrtoi. Arims, in the 'IowN of BANOOa, on . FtmlDAv, the 291hl day of NoVEiMIER, inostant at Ii o'
November 26, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales