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I'RIM KKDINCiS AT NEWPORT.

I'RIM KKDINCiS AT NEWPORT.

I'RIM AT NEWPORT. Newport, TcrsuAV, Nor. 19. -The examinations to-day are considerable importance, developing the organization and of the C'liartuUi for Samuel Etheridge was charged with high (reason and sedition. After the examination, Mr. Coles Ddd the prisoner, that the magist
November 29, 1839 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE DEPUTATION TO THE JEWS.

THE DEPUTATION TO THE JEWS.

At Commission of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, held at Edinburgh on the 20th instant, the Rev. Messrs M'Cheyne and Bonar, recently returned from a .Mission to the Jews in the East, were introduced the meeting. numerous auditory was present. Dr M'Cheyne spoke th
November 29, 1839 - John o' Groat Journal - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
CHARTIST R,OTr, AimWPORT

CHARTIST R,OTr, AimWPORT

(Bt Express.) .From our Correspondent) NEWPORT, Wednesday, Nov. 27, Half-past Eleven, p.m. uIZZ ?? arep ° rtof lhe ■"rtherexamiua- Lid her^T ncr - ?? "° f thC Ver * iot ™«*S —ting * the c H % , WUh PartiCUl " r,y ,0 ?? y-r attention to the evidence of the witness on the examinat
November 29, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IT\LY.

IT\LY.

(Private Correspondence.) Ligbork, Nov. 2_.— The Duchess d_ Berri and the In- l.nt.ol _|iaui. Donna Maria Am. lia de Bourbon, Princess ul ?? and wife of the Infant Don SebaBt.au, continue to inhabit, at Florence, the Palace Piiti residence of the (.rand Duke. Tins sovereign has
November 29, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IRELAND,

IRELAND,

(Froai our Correspondent.) DUBLIN, Nov. 17. The marriage of our beloved Queen of course excites the Utmo-t interest here, and the religion of her intended huaband forms a topic of conversation in all circles. The priests' pa- per affects the utmost indifference on the subject, a
November 29, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Essex Adjourned Session.

Essex Adjourned Session.

Establishment of the Rural Police IN ESSEX. In oar report of the last Essex Quarter Session, we stated tbe resolution agreed to by tbe Court on .the subject of the Constabulary Force Act, 2 and 3 Vic- toria, cap. 93 ; under which the Clerk of the Peace transmitted to the Magistr
November 29, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
NEWPORT RIOTS.

NEWPORT RIOTS.

The honour of knighthood has been conferred on the Mayor of Newport. He has nobly deserved this mark of honour. The following is a copy of Lord Normanby 's letter, offering this testimony ofthe high approbation elicited by his brave conduct ; and Mr. Phillips's Answer : — " Whit
November 29, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
PIANOFORTES,

PIANOFORTES,

universally allotved *t;»nd unrivalled in the West of England, and has been greatly admired, both for tone and appearance, by the first Professors who have lately tried them. They consist Patent Horiiontal Grand octave, Semi-Horitontal Grand, Square Grand, Semi. Grand, Cottages.
November 29, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
TO BE LET.

TO BE LET.

TO LET. l.iskcartl Turnpike Tolls XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a PUBiv) LIU AUCTION will lie held at the Guildhall, in the Borough of Liskeard, on Wednesday the 18th day of December next, between the hours of Twelve and Two o’Clock in the Afternoon, for the purpose of Leltiiif/
November 29, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
HOUSEHOLD rUHt;2TtrR3

HOUSEHOLD rUHt;2TtrR3

HOUSEHOLD Of tht late JAMES HARVEY HOSKES, Esq.,<le ctased ; viz. Bod Room Furniture.—Beantifnl Mahogany fourpost Bedsteads, with Moreen and other Furniture, and Window Curtains to correspond ; Cup-board and other Bedsteads Feather Beds and Bedding; Bed and Table Linen ; handsome
November 29, 1839 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England