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BOLD'S VEGETABLE BA LSA M.- Poy,..For th e CURE o f CoUGIIs, COLDS. ASTIIMAS, and MPTIoNS. The proud attestation of

BOLD'S VEGETABLE BA LSA M.- Poy,..For th e CURE o f CoUGIIs, COLDS. ASTIIMAS, and MPTIoNS. The proud attestation of

Cures performed ..7 4 .:g medicine fur the last 1 , 0 years, the many dal y proofs of e acY, its high estimatim by the first Nobility, and its 'tr." ll : l endation by the most eminent of the Faculty. are such te . sts of its value, that no eulogy Is necessary to convince Dl,i 4
November 30, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
This Day, bwo.. price 4s. td. OBSERVATIONS on the REV. DR. WISEMAN'S REPLY to DR. TURTON'S ROMAN CATHOLIC DUL;TRINE of

This Day, bwo.. price 4s. td. OBSERVATIONS on the REV. DR. WISEMAN'S REPLY to DR. TURTON'S ROMAN CATHOLIC DUL;TRINE of

the EUCHARIST CONSIDERF.D. By THOMAS TURTON, Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge, and Dent) of Pete) borough. fly the same Author. Bvo., price Bs. Gd., The ROMAN CATHOLIC DOCTRINE of the EUCHARIST CONSIDERED, London: John W. Parker. West Strand. .
November 30, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTCIES, Ac.

BANKRUPTCIES, Ac.

Fnm tin Gamut Friday, NmamOmtl. BANKRUPTS. (, Snxm UMh MtU NewtoftoD, uvcra ktftf. J. MAUOHAN. PmiTßl Street. ClcrtcaveU. bertemeeai. C. Dear, High Stmt, *>■—». iwnagir. O. THWAITEB* Oaromhlre Stmt, «*..j - E. BEN ASS IT, Lime Street, mcrchaM. J. are J. OLIVER. Dake Street. St I
November 30, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

The owners of St. Hilda Colliery have given their annual donation of coal* to the Charity School, South Shields. In Hexham Church, on Sunday last, after a sermon preached by tbe Rev. H. Salvln, of Gateshead, the sum of £lO. I*. 6d. was collected in aid of tbe Hexham Subscription
November 30, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NORTHERN LIBERAT OR.—NOVEMBER 29.

THE NORTHERN LIBERAT OR.—NOVEMBER 29.

Is it because the ballot, annual parßamentt, no property qualification, payment of members, have been shown to evil and mischievous! No. Moral force has Called by the united opposition of prejudice, villainy, and physical force. “What remains, then, done 7 How shall the Chartist
November 30, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DARLINGTON (Meaday toat).—There a good of Grain. Wheat 13a. ad. to lit. ud. per fall. Beef dd. Mettoa powad. Better

DARLINGTON (Meaday toat).—There a good of Grain. Wheat 13a. ad. to lit. ud. per fall. Beef dd. Mettoa powad. Better

la. W poaad. Petatoea la. Ltd. Apples la. SR. to to. faaheL
November 30, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CfrAL EXCHANGE, LON CUMIMO WEDS’ESDA Y, Ctr't Hartley *1 Holywell Main 91 Ord'i Redbetigb IH PoaUn* Maobofte Ditto Bmitb'a 18

CfrAL EXCHANGE, LON CUMIMO WEDS’ESDA Y, Ctr't Hartley *1 Holywell Main 91 Ord'i Redbetigb IH PoaUn* Maobofte Ditto Bmitb'a 18

illtngton 91 VVylam Sacrtaloa (aoKrocaotf) IT Killlntwoiih Tratfrr.. M Tr•■am'* Null* IS Tew and Gordon SI Bell and Brown's
November 30, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SIR CHALES SHAW AND THE GOERNMENT POLICE.

SIR CHALES SHAW AND THE GOERNMENT POLICE.

SIR CHARLES ShIAW AND THE GOVERN- IMENT POLICE. l The dark and droary nights have come, and the I town is etill left exposed to the outrages of thieves. Tlhe inihobitauits, gonerally,are beginining to be alarned t and ounless some prompt and cuergetic measures be i adopted by Sir
November 30, 1839 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MR. O'CONNOR AT HUDDERSFIELD.

MR. O'CONNOR AT HUDDERSFIELD.

Te late events iu Wales appear to have aroused the IU Radicais of Huddersfield from the lethargy into whichb w they had sunk for the last few months. It had been pi announced that on Wednuceday night ° r. Feargus ci O'Cannor would address the people in the Hall of re Science, al
November 30, 1839 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Foreign and Domestic Intelligence.

Foreign and Domestic Intelligence.

Pore(dw ao ln~eomntet Tee. I -v--I FRANCE. It appears by a statement in the Commerce that the indigent population of Paris is divided in the following proportion among its different quarters:- 1st municipal districts, 3,590; 2d, 2,646; 3d, 2,406; 4th, 3,1'29; 5th, 4,699; 6th, 6,9
November 30, 1839 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England