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SIX NEW SONGS AND BALLADS, By THOS. MOORE, ESQ. The Music by Thalberg. Barnett, Balfe, Bellini, d Moore. The Language

SIX NEW SONGS AND BALLADS, By THOS. MOORE, ESQ. The Music by Thalberg. Barnett, Balfe, Bellini, d Moore. The Language

Flowers.'' met but once." Oh do not look so bright and blest.'' The dawn is breaking o'er us." When to sad music silent you listen." The Musical Box." Also, FOR THE FTANOFORTE, Gioga''— Air Varie, inscribed the Hon. Caroline Chichester, by John Abel, May be had of ABEL AND SONS,
November 30, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
THE QUEEN'S MARRIAGE.

THE QUEEN'S MARRIAGE.

Ilea Majesty held a Privy Council Saturdiy at Buckingham Palace, at half-past One which was attended by usually large number Members, then; being upwards of 100 Privy mncillors present. The proceedings excited umisti interest from its being generally understood that announcement
November 30, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
SEATON—DEVON. rpo BE SOU) T, with linmeiliatc Posses* JL TWO newly-erected MfWPti one of which comprises with kitchen, back-kitchen, Jfce.,

SEATON—DEVON. rpo BE SOU) T, with linmeiliatc Posses* JL TWO newly-erected MfWPti one of which comprises with kitchen, back-kitchen, Jfce.,

on the Hoof; and 4 best and 3 servants* bed-rooms over. The other comprises sitting-rooms, kitchen, iVc., and 1 bed-rooms over. There is an excellent Pump of Water, and a Walled Garden attached caeli House, and also a Field behind, containing about one acre, which may be had wit
November 30, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
UlRl'li.3. Nor. 11, Hinder, Somerset, the lady Elwin Lovell, Esq., a son. Nov. ]<>, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Vandelcur, th*

UlRl'li.3. Nor. 11, Hinder, Somerset, the lady Elwin Lovell, Esq., a son. Nov. ]<>, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Vandelcur, th*

lUtli K>yal llassar*,ofa son. MARRIAGES. Nov. 2}, at the Catholic chapel, Taunton, by the Rev. Mr. Towers, Mr. Henry Bailor, of Birmingbsm, to Miss Mary Alicia King, daughter of the lata Mr. William King, of Birmingham. Nov. SI, the Independent chapel, .Milbome Port, by the Uev.
November 30, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

The Paris express Tuesday no domestic news interest; but the foreign intelligence this arrival is console jbi.- importance, especially accounts from Con :,.->[ |~,, Spain. The French ■': ' , ( . length all the, accounts having to i'.e manage of our Most Gracious i en, , ~k m app
November 30, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
THE ABOMINATION OF SOCIALISM!

THE ABOMINATION OF SOCIALISM!

Great exertions have been recently made in fl lous district of Leeds, Bradford, and the to spread the injurious, disgusting, and pestilent' trines ofthe Owenite Socialism, by the discip ,eS abomination. The Rtv. Dr. Scoresby, with Minister named Giles, have stood ground, th fl i
November 30, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
DR. BOWRING—COMMERCE—andthe CORN LAWS.

DR. BOWRING—COMMERCE—andthe CORN LAWS.

(From the Leeds Intelligencer.) Since Dr. Bowring was turned out of Parliament by the persons whom he mis- represented, Ministers have held him in pay at the tune, it is said, of £2000 a-year; whicli intended as, and is fact, ja retaining fee for the performance of that species
November 30, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
A . BIRTHS. V «ne Rectory, North Hovey, the lady of the 2 . ls ''ohn Courtenay, of a son.

A . BIRTHS. V «ne Rectory, North Hovey, the lady of the 2 . ls ''ohn Courtenay, of a son.

, Lodge, Winchester, the lady of the ~''», humming daughter. '"m' l,Hl Kadford Home, Kxeter, the lady of c Warren, Esq., of a daughter. 2 MARRIAGES. \}'r. Mr. R. Westlake, to Miss Ann Hill, daughter " »H. of Sampford Courtenay. St. Paul's Church, Honiton, by the Rev. R. \' r Smi
November 30, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Windsor and Eton Herald.

Windsor and Eton Herald.

In residence at Windsor, Rev. W. Canning. Eton .. Rev. J. S. Grover. Windsor, Wednesday Evening. Her Majesty is labouring under the effects of a slight cold, occasioned, it is supposed, by the late sudden change in the weather. Yesterday evening a severe frost set in, which cont
November 30, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
<„»-ATERATHULL. - st .. »-*• Nov. Jo. ",, v 11 .... * fcTs-»f! 5* J i?T?rS, BOATS. i: s M

<„»-ATERATHULL. - st .. »-*• Nov. Jo. ",, v 11 .... * fcTs-»f! 5* J i?T?rS, BOATS. i: s M

u o£. B::::::-f— Tu «*da> 12 4. Wcdnej- ?■ 1* 0 5. Thursd. ■« j C. Friday • • fl 45 ra, °
November 29, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England