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POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

BOW-STREET.— A foreign Jew, named George Isaac, vas yesterday summoned before Mr. Jardine under the iawkers' Act, by Skinner, an officer ofthe Stamp Office, or having on the 14th instant, in the parish of St. Paul, i.ovent-garden, unlawfully traded under the colour of a lirense,
November 30, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MONMOCTH, Nov. 211.

MONMOCTH, Nov. 211.

(I'IiOM A CORRESPONDENT.) Five prisoners havecomeinto town this morning, one commit- ted for high treason, and four for entering dwelling-hou i compelling persons to join their party. I mentioned to you before, that on the principal bridge" leading into the town over the river M
November 30, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
(.HAND NATIONAL TROTTING MATCH, FOR FIF-.-1 TEEN HUNDRED SOVEREIGNS, AT AINTREE.

(.HAND NATIONAL TROTTING MATCH, FOR FIF-.-1 TEEN HUNDRED SOVEREIGNS, AT AINTREE.

(.HAND NATIONAL TROTTING MATCH, FOR FIF- -1 TEEN HUNDRED SOVEREIGNS, AT AINTREE. (From the Lir-crpool Standard.) morning (Friday) u_\ exceedingly unfavourable for it the match *te»XA ibout oneVvlock, however, a brisk from the north-east sprang up. and the rain abated. in tj fleck
November 30, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BRITISH FUNDS THIS DAY AT ONE O'CLOCK.

BRITISH FUNDS THIS DAY AT ONE O'CLOCK.

Bank Stock, 178 India Stock, _5U _ 3 per Ct. Red. 894 t\ jj India Bonds, U dis 3 per Ct. Cons. 90§ |i_ } § ; South Sea Stock, — . 3A per Ct. Ans. 1818, "— South Sea Old Ann. — 3£ per Ct. Red. 97$ i bank Stock, for Ace New 'ih per Ct. 99 8| 9£ 9 , Cons, for Opg. Jan. 16, 9lg Long
November 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL FIRE AT WALWOIM'H* „_ i*

DREADFUL FIRE AT WALWOIM'H* „_ i*

DREADFUL FIRE AT WALWOIM'H* ?? i* A fire of a calamitous description, ami ai '-'•uii' f^ most disastrous results, occurred last nigh About half-past 10 or a quarter to 1 1 ?? .la* I ?? discovered the spacious premises of Mr- ' JLtdJj pawnbroker, situated on the west side of t at
November 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
r.F.T\TTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. Nov. 20.

r.F.T\TTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. Nov. 20.

John Pulbrook, aged 49, was called up to receive the judg- ment of the Court. Mr. Baron Parke told him that he had been convicted at the August sessions, before Lord Denman, on two indictments charging him with forging and uttering an order for the de- livery of goods, and also
November 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE RECEPTION OF THE PRIMY COUNCILLORS ON SATURDAY.

THE RECEPTION OF THE PRIMY COUNCILLORS ON SATURDAY.

The number of persons whose curiosity led them to Buckingham Palace on Saturday, was not very great, until about half-past too o'clock. Amongst the pedestrians we noticed the Marques of Downshire and Sir Alexander Grant, who appeared to take a lively interest in ascertaining the
November 29, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE ROYAL LEAMINGTON SPA COURIER. LEAMINGTON, SAT! P.DAY, • :-.0. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Editor f~~h I'irrr.e'f compi-'iiil nnr,for the rem/,:.- errors

THE ROYAL LEAMINGTON SPA COURIER. LEAMINGTON, SAT! P.DAY, • :-.0. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Editor f~~h I'irrr.e'f compi-'iiil nnr,for the rem/,:.- errors

which la the "Courier" of Saturday lis', u-n-.g In th-' ye tut :j a>-da:tnb!e rualU-nt'mn of the person tn whom the iao\a :e>nca'- '/the Paper was temporarily ,j. ''ii *.i'/;w.iavj'dable a'mettceof iha Editor. Our ■-'jjorlhg Corfes-ton. ' nt.xiry justly complains of the manner i
November 30, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
British and Foreign Wool Markets.

British and Foreign Wool Markets.

London, Nov. hare had another heavy week, relates the transactions ail descriptions foreign wool, and the prices have a downward tendency. The imports have amounted to about packages, of which came from laganrog, the remainder from New South Wales. The late heavy pressure in the
November 29, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
the instant, atThoruyrroft Hall, the Lady of the Arkwright, daughter. the 20th iusl. the Lady of Walter J. Hunter, Esq.

the instant, atThoruyrroft Hall, the Lady of the Arkwright, daughter. the 20th iusl. the Lady of Walter J. Hunter, Esq.

of the Hon. Company Bombay Civil Service, of a daughter. 011 the insL at Steeple Claydon, Buckinghamshire, by the Re*. R. W right, vicar, Mr. W. Smith, Miss Mitchell, both of Leicester. Tuesday the in«Lat Maryleboue Church, London, Calverley Richard Bewicke. of Burshtmi House, S
November 29, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England