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eh and Witteleek Turnpike Read. TOLLS TO LIT. IS HEREBY GIVEN, tbet in pennant* 3 of Parliament made and passed

eh and Witteleek Turnpike Read. TOLLS TO LIT. IS HEREBY GIVEN, tbet in pennant* 3 of Parliament made and passed

in the fiftythe reign of his late Plaiseety King George atituled "An act for makiog and maintaining Toed from the town of Nantwich, to Miceirf, in the township of Sandbacb, us the lane,. of Chester," a Meeting of the Trestees nada will be held at the Crown Inn, in a the mid coun
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Dr. W. Brass' Amadeu' Barb Pills.

Dr. W. Brass' Amadeu' Barb Pills.

THE very rapid sale of this invaluable Medicine sine* ita recent introduction Isere, more than realises the most sanguine anticipations of its Proprietor. No better proof of the great virtues of the American Herb Pills could be given, than this ready appreciation on the part of
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THE MANSION AND SPORTING OF

THE MANSION AND SPORTING OF

HALSTUN. It is impossible io the space of an advertisement adequately to describe the desirableness of this Estate. It is situated within three miles of the great Holyhead road, about fifteen miles from Shrewsbury, four from Oswestry, and five from Ellesmere, and it is almost un
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ID Aadrew's Day.

ID Aadrew's Day.

THE Anniversary of the Natal Day of Senile, Palma Seint falling this year on Saturday, it will be celebrated on MONDAY, the 2nd of Dac neat, by a PUBLIC DINNER, At Mr. HiND'S, tke RID LION bus, Lower Bridge- Street, Chester. re I S MeDosiikl, of [with. -Thomas Griffith. Esq., Sh
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26► 1639.

, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26► 1639.

Of Mai. WTATI.--.011 hat thli i, Odle whew wird wirier be ea sink Meade. were vault, withis the St. Aleph dor the taws Comma Curti —David Warren and Jelin Pewee. whoa Alt at ; Jahn Rhinos and Charles Sams. et he lona • Jobe Lawrence sad hate der tbe the Rev. Eaten. Hulls', and n
November 26, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
liondcn - Smacks. prom cotton’s whakp, tooi.f.y strert, NEAR LONDON BRIDGE. next Smack is intended to sail from Cotton’s JL

liondcn - Smacks. prom cotton’s whakp, tooi.f.y strert, NEAR LONDON BRIDGE. next Smack is intended to sail from Cotton’s JL

Wharf, for Whitehaven direct on SATURDAY the 14th of DECEMBER, 1839. All Pertont who wish to secure their Goods these VESSELS, are requested be particular in ordering hem to sent to Cotton’s Wharf, Tooley Street. For further Information apply to W. Law Ogiliiv & Go., Ingram Cour
November 26, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
MAUYPORT AND CARLISLE RAILWAY.

MAUYPORT AND CARLISLE RAILWAY.

JtlT iso i observed «hal the Board had »cen sp. Mr. l;.uii kill's hand-writing, and yet Mr. Spencer went Hi;.- li’iiin t>i luainuating—and hi» arguraeut had the same One of the movements connected with this underlakinß. tendency—that be could not write. which we have long lorese
November 26, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
TUDAY. NOV

TUDAY. NOV

il il Mutton :>J.I l7 j Veal ilo ♦Jtl . »iil l- lt> Butter Hid »** Potatoes stone—_ (id Oil 5 a ti I Ej{g» 7 lor sixpence. Oat Beef lb WORKINGTON, WEDNKSDAY. NOV. s «1 Rutter per lb 131 to—d New Wheat l>bl Oa 27 Potatoea ,0 New Barley 1+ ti al7 (> Ej-gi. for I» ; Veal lid to-d N
November 26, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
wont to marshal “troops of frienda” among the Liberals. Now he can reckon few. Some of the leading •‘reformers’’ in

wont to marshal “troops of frienda” among the Liberals. Now he can reckon few. Some of the leading •‘reformers’’ in

the city openly avow their desire to turn him out. This only vouch for. I'oor Melbourne! it seems that he is even losing luck. He cannot perform a virtuous action now, without suffering for it. His reforms offend the reformer*. The ('otnmon Council would have stood by him to the
November 26, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
ISJ to 1 agst Lord Oi ford’s Angelica colt (taken) 20 to I Lord Wi-stininstei’s Lr.unceiot

ISJ to 1 agst Lord Oi ford’s Angelica colt (taken) 20 to I Lord Wi-stininstei’s Lr.unceiot

ISJ to 1 agst Lord Oi ford’s Angelica colt (taken) to I Lord Wi-stininstei’s Lr.unceiot to I Sir t». ileathcoie's iiokhara (talen freely) to 1 Mr J. Day’s Lady Surah colt (taken) to I Mr Kcbinson’s Si. Andrew to 1 Lord Chesterfield's Cuiuoia (taken) ;>0 1 Mr John Scott’s Miy 20u0
November 26, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England