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HONPLEUR—Navaaber tt. PacMc, Haler, Daa Neweatk.

HONPLEUR—Navaaber tt. PacMc, Haler, Daa Neweatk.

HAMBUKO-Naacafaer M. UaAaa, Kell, from New cattle. Refaria, DeMrtcha. fram at. Vaa Bawana. Dh aaa. Kawfat> Wawcadfa fa. Uaccrtafa, Lefewdcr, faam Saaderlaad. NAPLES—Octahcr fa, Beaolatka, Boa. Narcafacr IS, Madtaaa dal Saaamp —*■ , faam Swaderhmd. BERM KB HAVEN—Naccafacr fa, Mar
November 30, 1839 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

I ' hatti scheritf of GuIIFRANCE. (FROM OUR PRIVA rE CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, Nov. 27. THE TURKISH CHARTER. iane, or the Turkish charter of 4 9 , has made a great Stir in this city, and will do so genetst, l y throughout Fr ance . The Mo n iteur of to-day does not h t ,''sitate to
November 30, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NUMBER OF THE VICE JOURNAL &RY MAGAZINE, contains On the Constitution and System of gducation in the Prussian Army. By

NUMBER OF THE VICE JOURNAL &RY MAGAZINE, contains On the Constitution and System of gducation in the Prussian Army. By

Lieut. Nelson, R. Eng. Major Tulloth's Report on the Sickness and Mortality of Troops in the Mediterrawaan Memoir of Rear-Admiral Sir S. Warren, K.O B. The Bayonet Controrersy ' The Insurrection in Wales The Army of the Indus Examinations at Sandhurst, with all the Naval and Mil
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE POWER OF THE PRESS.

THE POWER OF THE PRESS.

(From the Spirit of the Metropolitan Conservative Press.) The press has been aptly and justly termed " a fourth estate of the realm ;" its prodigious power is universally admitted ; its influence extends from the court to the cottage; and no individual is either so high or so hu
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DE FOE'S NOVELS AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. On Monday, the 2d ef December, will he published, printed uniform with the Waverley

DE FOE'S NOVELS AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. On Monday, the 2d ef December, will he published, printed uniform with the Waverley

Novels, Vol. 11. (being the Second and concluding Volame of Robinson Crusoe), prke ss, hound In cloth, THE NOVELS and MISCELLANEOUS WORKS of DANIEL DE FOE. This work is printed by Mr. Talboys, of Oxford. The entire collection will form 18 volumes. Each work of the author may be
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
APPROVED BOOKS FOR CHILDREN. THE CHILD'S GUIDE TO GOOD BREEDING, founded on Christian Principles. By Mrs. MARSHALL. 2s 6d. By

APPROVED BOOKS FOR CHILDREN. THE CHILD'S GUIDE TO GOOD BREEDING, founded on Christian Principles. By Mrs. MARSHALL. 2s 6d. By

the same Author, I. ANNETTE MOWBRAY; or, Conversations with Mamma. 3s, 2. The FIRST LIE.-3. The FIRST THEFT. 6d each. PRETTY LESSONS for GOOD CHILDREN: with EASY LESSONS in LATIN. By Sara Coleridge. With many Wood-cuts. 2s. EASY POETRY :or CHILDREN. Is 6d. The CHILD'S VERSE BOOK
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. Three Fine Original Paintings by esteemed Masters, Celia?' of Choice Wines, Two capital Horses, Carriage, Gentleman's Cabriolet,

SALES BY AUCTION. Three Fine Original Paintings by esteemed Masters, Celia?' of Choice Wines, Two capital Horses, Carriage, Gentleman's Cabriolet,

Mare, Stanhope, arid Harness, Patent Harp by Schwieso, Cabinet Pianoforte, Antique Clock, superior Furniture, &c. LAHEE and Mr. S. G. TAYLOR will SELL by LVI AUC I'ION, on the Premises. North-end, Fulham, near the Ham mersmith-gate, DAY, Nov. 30, at Eleven for Twelve precisely,
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Berners-street, Oxford-street. MR. CAFE will SELL by AUCTION, by Order of th . e Administratrix of the late Dr. Sweatman,

Berners-street, Oxford-street. MR. CAFE will SELL by AUCTION, by Order of th . e Administratrix of the late Dr. Sweatman,

on the premises, No. Berners-street, on FRIDAY, Dec. 6, and following day, RESIDENCE, furniture, plate, plated articles, linen, china, glass, paintings, carriage, horse, and effects.—May be viewed on Thursdal• Catalogues had on the premises, and of Mr. Cafe, Great Marlborough' s
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Leyton, Essex.—Live and Dead Farmifig Stock and Effects.—By Messrs. VENTOM and HUGHES, on the Premises, the 'fl,ree Black Birds. Layton,

Leyton, Essex.—Live and Dead Farmifig Stock and Effects.—By Messrs. VENTOM and HUGHES, on the Premises, the 'fl,ree Black Birds. Layton,

by Order of the Administrators of the late Mr. John Wright. on THURSDAY, December a, at Eleven, rPHE Property comprises Three Mulch Cows, two calvcs, a chestnut mare, gig chaise cart, tumbrel ditto, harness, live store pigs, pigeons, poultry, a stack of excellent meadow hay, far
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW NOVEL BY MRS. TROLLOPE. In •I'bree Vols. post tWo. RS. TROLLOP E'S ONE 'FAULT, .a... IS NOW READY AT

NEW NOVEL BY MRS. TROLLOPE. In •I'bree Vols. post tWo. RS. TROLLOP E'S ONE 'FAULT, .a... IS NOW READY AT

ALL THE LIBRARIES. Richard Bentley, New Burlington -street.
November 30, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England