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St. Audrey's Cay. THE the rtatal Jay ot Saint fallin- veal Salurday. ii will celebrated r next, by a PTRLIC

St. Audrey's Cay. THE the rtatal Jay ot Saint fallin- veal Salurday. ii will celebrated r next, by a PTRLIC

DINNER, At the BeiißC-, street, Cnestef. ~ President—Mr. J. S. Vice President—Thanta* GriffitlV, Ksn. SVriff. V Tirkets, ss. ea,-;,. to be had atthe Bar: an early appKeatiun is ted. TEETH. MR. H. M. JONES, Surgical aud Mechanical Dentist, respectfully informs bis nomerous and Fr
November 29, 1839 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
HEREFORDSHIRE LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL INSTITUTION.

HEREFORDSHIRE LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL INSTITUTION.

This Seieiety held its second Soiree for the season yesterday evening sc'nnight, at the City Arms Hotel.— There were wards of La dies and Gentlemen present. . ... The; Dean of HKBBFOBD, who,occupied the chair, read extract from a letter which had received from the Earl Howe, Cha
November 30, 1839 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN.

GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN.

For •**tt*f 15. Imperial Genet al Weekly Average. s. d. ». d. Wheat 68 61 Oats 4 Beans •» Ba rley 7 | Rye 1 | Peas Aggregate Average of tlie Six Weeks. WIl II I Oats 25 1 Beans Barley 41 | Rye 37 Peas Duty paid on Foreign Grain. Wheat 8 I Oats 9 3I B ;'ans Barley 1 of Rye | p ea
November 30, 1839 - Westmorland Gazette - Kendal, Westmorland, England
 
SEDBERGH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. REV. J. 11. EVANS, M.A., HEAD fiIASTER, (Late Fellow and Assistant-Tutor of St. John's College, Cambridge), RECEIVES

SEDBERGH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. REV. J. 11. EVANS, M.A., HEAD fiIASTER, (Late Fellow and Assistant-Tutor of St. John's College, Cambridge), RECEIVES

BOARDERS into his House on the following SKI 3 : Entrance—One Guinea and a Half. For Boys under Fourteen Years of Age, £50 per Annum. above £60 '' Washing...£4 per annum. The above Tci ms include Private Instruction in Mathematics. Three Fellowships and Ten Scholarships in St. J
November 30, 1839 - Westmorland Gazette - Kendal, Westmorland, England
 
TIDE TABLE. Shewing tlie Time of Crossing Ulverston anil Lancaster Sand*. //. at Ulverston. cross. DAYS. " 1 ' '"'

TIDE TABLE. Shewing tlie Time of Crossing Ulverston anil Lancaster Sand*. //. at Ulverston. cross. DAYS. " 1 ' '"'

T"'* MORN. HT. MO»S.; iiVt,s. tI M. H. F. I- '«• >«• H. M. Sunday 1 8 0 49 •Monday 2 9 11 1 .% Tuesday 27 9 47 13 91; Wednesday 410 U 37 55 Thursday 43 3 11 *4 15 3 47 Saturday 711 52 4
November 30, 1839 - Westmorland Gazette - Kendal, Westmorland, England
 
WHEREAS

WHEREAS

NOTICES were published in the months of February and March last, the London Gazette, and in the Newspapers the Counties Marwick, Worcester, Stafford, and Derby, as required by the Standing Orders of both Houses oi‘ Parliament, of the intention to apply to Parliament in the next
November 30, 1839 - Derbyshire Courier - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
8 as Clavrr. IleJ, OW.percwt 00 0,74

8 as Clavrr. IleJ, OW.percwt 00 0,74

8 as Clavrr. IleJ, OW.percwt 0,74 iiiU <>? Mustard, Uruwii p«r biikh. Foreign liitr, 12 ' lute . Canary per t;r. yi New Ked Cinque i'Xiu, 'M> IVeiTiil ii>e Crass iM» 4:' Carraw.iy, io M lares, New Coriandar 16 ‘2*i Old , Ileuipseed per qr. 37 Rape Cakes, Fuglikh, per ; Linseed,..
November 30, 1839 - Derbyshire Courier - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
DESIRABLE investment.

DESIRABLE investment.

Hoases, Inn, Market Hall, Hotcard Street, Shrewsbury. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Mr. ASHLEY, In the Month December rest; VLL tlioae TWENTY ONE newly ere. ted and sub»ianiiaiiv-bui!t MESSUAGES D Ss NG-HOUSE'S suitable for famtlies, situate on the south side Howard-street, in 'Shrewsb
November 29, 1839 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
NOTICE

NOTICE

Peraoofc indebted to Mr. GEORGE CHESTER, of Boy pole. S-rewsbury. Jailor ami Draper, are pav the amount .*f their to me. hating authority receive the same ALFRED Accountant. Do?pole. Slirc-w »bury, 2t4h Not. 1 c AI.
November 29, 1839 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
EGHAM, Saturday, November 30.

EGHAM, Saturday, November 30.

The last remains the only son of Col. Salwey, of Fgham Park, and M P. for Ludlow, were deposited in a vault in the parish church Egham, on Monday week. The inhabitants generally testified their sympathy and respect by closing their shops upon the occasion. On Wednesday night, or
November 30, 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England