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November 29, 1839 - Durham County Advertiser - Durham, Durham, England
 
DURHAM fit SUNDERLAND RAILWAY COMPANY

DURHAM fit SUNDERLAND RAILWAY COMPANY

K, flic Undersigned, hciri" possessed I-'iftv V Sl..ir.s .‘inrl U(iw-..rels llu- iimam am» Si niiii.A'o. Haii.wat. rti|iiist ii A I. OKM.U \I. .M KK. ll Sd the OH.S tl. tf aim*.- to In Id on the day of 1 )<■ ct-mher next, .it the Arcade Ituotn. in Sunderhind, i o’clock ill the f
November 29, 1839 - Durham County Advertiser - Durham, Durham, England
 
IN ( (M K.Ni: OF PI BMF.iTION

IN ( (M K.Ni: OF PI BMF.iTION

IN ( K.Ni: PI BMF.iTION CHRISTIAN LITERATURE, F.fN(r .Series the best Works the ablest J Writers ( tirisliau Faith and Practice, uniformly printed, with clear readable type, medium octavo, hath tea lion will complete itveif, embracing an entire and independent Work, under one oth
November 29, 1839 - Durham County Advertiser - Durham, Durham, England
 
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November 29, 1839 - Durham County Advertiser - Durham, Durham, England
 
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November 29, 1839 - Durham County Advertiser - Durham, Durham, England
 
CORN MARKETS, &c.

CORN MARKETS, &c.

Corn Exchange, Monday, .Vor. 25. There, was a moderately fair quantity of wheat and barley from Essex, Kent, and Suffolk for this day’s market, with a fair supply of beans from the two former counties, but only a limited show of peas. A few vessels from our own coast and Ireland
November 29, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Ql TIIK LONDON OA/ETTK KXTKAOUUINAUY. Satcrd.w, Sow 23. At the Court at Buckingham iho day of Nov. present, the Queen’s

Ql TIIK LONDON OA/ETTK KXTKAOUUINAUY. Satcrd.w, Sow 23. At the Court at Buckingham iho day of Nov. present, the Queen’s

Most Kxcellent Majesty in I’nuneil, 11 is Royal Highness the hike of Cambridge, Archbishop of (’anterbury. Lord Chancellor, Lord I'residcnt, l.onl I’rivy fcical, l>uke Norfolk, l>ukc of Devonshire, Duke of Montru*e. Duke of Wellington, Martpiis of Salinbury, Marquis of Anglesey,
November 30, 1839 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To the Editor of the Oxford Herald.

To the Editor of the Oxford Herald.

Sm,—l fully expected, ere this, that the game of thinihle Hgg had been completely played out, and the pea shifted the lust thimble her Majesty's Ministers, hut such it seems is not the case, for several other changes and movements the late Gazettes, appear have taken place, for
November 30, 1839 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
FROM THE LONDON PAPERS.

FROM THE LONDON PAPERS.

Private accounts from Toulon the instant announce the arrival from Brest on the 10th of the Neptune ship of the line. The corvette Grenadier had received orders telegraph take in prov isions’and - sail, in 48 hours, for the coast of Italy (to watch the movements of the Duke of B
November 30, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THERE REMAIN

THERE REMAIN

small assortment Table Cloths, from yard and half to four yards long; few Breakfast Napkins ami Tray Cloths, Doilies, &c.; 5-8, d-4, 7- s , 4-4, and 5-4 Muslins; 7-8 and full yard wide Scotch Bed Ticking, of the best ipiuliiy ; few lengths of superior Sheeting; few Counterpanes;
November 30, 1839 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England