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G, Toynbee, T. Wade, C. and H. Senior, aud G. J. Heathcote, Tavistock.street, Covent-garden, printers, so far as regards G. Toyn. and T. Wade—W. and R. Pickersgill, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and Ferry-hill, Durham, common carriers—F. and R. Co., Newcastle.upon.Tyne, and Leeds, common
November 30, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 30,

THE BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 30,

Soh. MeMrs. Vincent end Sherwood, Temple. Pet.Cr. Littledele and Charlee Bardswell, gente. Seal. Noeem. bar 16. ELIZABETH WALKER, Market Baeen.Lincolnshire. Mlmonger, December and January 7, the White Hart Hotel, Market Rasen. Sots. Messrs. Dyneley, Coverdale, and Lee, Field.cou
November 30, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE HIGH SHERIFF.

THE HIGH SHERIFF.

We perceive, on reference to the Luminary, that the notice -ye Aye of the ruu.onre,. appointment of Mr. Stowey, as High SheS' ana Mr. as Under Sheriff, has excited some d sn "v 'c in certain quarters, and the Luminary has published a Mr Charh-s Brutton's becoinng agrfin Under hl
November 30, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
POPULAR ASTRONOMY.—No. 10.

POPULAR ASTRONOMY.—No. 10.

ON triangulation. Triangulation means the art of measuring by triangles. It is the practical application of that branch of the mathematics denominated Trigonometry—unquestionably the most beautiful and useful of any other. By a careful application of its rules, an entire kingdom
November 30, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Linen silk Mercery, EDWARD GREEN, to the Nobility, Gentrr of the insecurity of Ss d , . aof thenext to

Linen silk Mercery, EDWARD GREEN, to the Nobility, Gentrr of the insecurity of Ss d , . aof thenext to

to REMOVE ew M « r ket, he is unavoidably compelled F, SHORT -r^hm~ the has for ever offered the Wert of FHandL STOCK the necessity of making " d co » q „ Pntiv he is und his WINTER GOODS. lmmedlate orifice upon the whole of The whole of the above Stock bavin* - i reference to t
November 30, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
DR. BOWRING'S LECTURES.

DR. BOWRING'S LECTURES.

(From the Courier.) took occasion, a short time ago, noticing smie indiscreet boasting of parties in connection with Dr. Bowring, then in Germany, to expose the emptiness of the pretension that the effect ot h !s mission and personal influence had been to dissuade the Congress o
November 30, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
for the SCHOOL, situateat bnVley. in the pariah Winwick. The Master must bec»«tmtehtttO«aeh tic; and the Mistress J Sic, for

for the SCHOOL, situateat bnVley. in the pariah Winwick. The Master must bec»«tmtehtttO«aeh tic; and the Mistress J Sic, for

whien they will be allowed tn make charge, will required to give their jervWe-lftnitnictinstine children a Sunday School held yore the Established 'Church. The and turase adjoinrfc/will rent free, and, addition ;ibnve, allowance of twenty pounds per annanrwill be iruarantecd.—Ap
November 30, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Hops, Broad IFliecle/l Lorry, Cart, fyc. By T. M. FISHER, on Tuesday, the December, l&TI, at Messrs. AVorthington and Co.*s

Hops, Broad IFliecle/l Lorry, Cart, fyc. By T. M. FISHER, on Tuesday, the December, l&TI, at Messrs. AVorthington and Co.*s

AVarehouse. Knott Mill, .Manchester, at ten o'clock precisely: Hundred Pockets of Worcester, Kent, and Sussex ten bags of cast nails, five bundlesof wire c*vt. of fine bright wire; hogshead of lamp Jnack/jVek qy small wares; fowling pieces; large quantity latches, pulley blocks;
November 30, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE BOROUGH OF STOKE-UPON-TRENT. Gentlemen, I HAD purposed some weeks since to have requested you to

TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE BOROUGH OF STOKE-UPON-TRENT. Gentlemen, I HAD purposed some weeks since to have requested you to

do me the favor to meet me upon the subject of the Bill before Parliament, in the late Session, entitled a Bill " Manchester and Birmingham Extension Railway (Stone and Rugby) ;" I congratulate myself that I postponed that intention; circumstances having occurred for our conside
November 30, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
TORY AND HIGH CHURCH OPINIONS OF THE WESLEYANS.

TORY AND HIGH CHURCH OPINIONS OF THE WESLEYANS.

(From Church .) little better, Idolater». Tilt country is, of course, represented in the greatest spiritual darkness, in order that the glories of John Wesley and Methodism may shine forth with the greater brightness. Indeed, tuque :d nauseam, with the most fulsome adulation of
November 30, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England