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LONDON NEWS.

LONDON NEWS.

It said that both Houses of Parliament 'rill called together earlier than usual, which \< credited > in the best informed circles. It is not unlikely that the next oftietal proclamation will for the despatch of divers and urgent affairs. . Serjeant Wilde is appointed SoUcilor-fl
November 30, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
MULTUM IN PAHVO.

MULTUM IN PAHVO.

O'Connell will not leave Abbey until after Christmas. There is party of friends with him. hut not many visitors lost month, owing to the lateness of the season. * Maurice O'Connell. M.P.. and family remain the Abbey until the meeting of Parliament. M Council bunts three times we
November 30, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
Fa h F.fi. – £2. 2*. —£ I. I fl-

Fa h F.fi. – £2. 2*. —£ I. I fl-

F.fi. - 2*. I. I fl- Apply at the (leneral Strain Naviga'ion Company’s Olllees—37. Cio-tis ; Cl. Charing Cross; 8.9. Uonib-ird Street, and nt Dowaic’s Wharf, (where all Hoods are sent for Shinn lent earlv the day of sailing); Wvlaro Wharf. rland. of FRENCH, Agent. Sunderland. Sep
November 30, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
NOTAIHLIA.

NOTAIHLIA.

Important Invention, -A nentlcman of tin# town inform** ub llint lie invent***! new Kt«*fun engine, inimenwly in every respect to the engine. The power i* erente*! I»y air am! atemn. It will only one-half of tlie fuel of tlie oh! one ; an*! the rapidity l»y which vcaael propelle
November 30, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
Mg frmmet* Mingo

Mg frmmet* Mingo

Mg Mingo At the Wabwick Abb* Hotel, WARWICK. oaTUESt- aißjiKi 3nt4*j of DitmaEi*. Pin o’clock lu AHonoDU, to tack Condition! at «U 1 akißk>tc«»iK BWlotSnrioßoly J'nfOT** Contnct, vfaick due notice «UI be fiteo; A'asK nosy nan aoot booa carried on, oUaala Sibebt, iatboßaoeackor WA
November 30, 1839 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
To the Editor of the Norwich Mercury.

To the Editor of the Norwich Mercury.

Since my letter to yon of the stb lost, which you had the kindness Insert io yoor journal, 1 have obtained through the medium of the Trinity House, exact nature, position, and extent, the Bar the Mouth of the River Yare, which confirms the opinion f had formed for making a Harbo
November 30, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
EASY EMPLOYMENT.

EASY EMPLOYMENT.

PIERSONS having Utile time to spare, are apprised that 4GENTB continue beappolnted London and county Towns by the East India Tea Companv. for sale of tbelr celebrated Teas (Offices, 9, Oreat Sf. Helen’s, Bisb-pgate Streetf; They are packed leaden canistpr.s from ai» ounce pound
November 30, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
TURN--OUT THK PALACE. Lor,! M»lb****e say is about to retire °" d Care aot t0 S'" e hire ! Bat

TURN--OUT THK PALACE. Lor,! M»lb****e say is about to retire °" d Care aot t0 S'" e hire ! Bat

Albert must come in his place ' A pension of course will, as usual, await His Lordship retiring from bus'ness of state And this he can take with a grace. ' about this will he trouble his brums, Normanby, Durham, or who ?or W uiet - v'nu please, For every one knows he his case He
November 30, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The Leicestershire Mercury, ' LEICESTER. Nov. 30. : oT all that has been said and Jot*to ; llus trate tlie

The Leicestershire Mercury, ' LEICESTER. Nov. 30. : oT all that has been said and Jot*to ; llus trate tlie

true influence and opera"r, the Corn duties prosperity of the fouDtrv, there are bnt comparatively few, even the repeal, who fully unoVrstand numerous bearings of this importer, question I indeed, fresh information is daily those who have undertaken vie arduous and honorable off
November 30, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Hinckley.

Hinckley.

Extreme Harshness, the Poor.— our paper the October is the lollowing statement:—" poor man, of name Hammond, lias been incarcerated our county gaol for thirteen weeks, likely to remain as many months, for the non-payment of poor-rate amounting 2 s. 3d., due tin parish-officers D
November 30, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England