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BANBURY.

BANBURY.

A public vestry of the inhabitant of Banbury, was held on Friday last, Mr. E. Railton, Vicar's Churchwarden, in the chair, to consider a plan for making additional pews in the church, when it was proposed, with the consent the Church Trustees, to erect t'4 additional pews, to be
November 30, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
publishing, beautifully printed, comprising 16 pages of willi SPLENDID ENGRAVINGS, and neat price only Two pence (ami monthly purls at

publishing, beautifully printed, comprising 16 pages of willi SPLENDID ENGRAVINGS, and neat price only Two pence (ami monthly purls at

Eight p«nc>*}» 1 continued every Thursday, ("IRUICKSHANKS' JLLUS IRAI STAND* J NOVELS and ROMANCES, forming select"" the Works of some of our most popular authors—Vol- ' contain the celebrated Romance of the MYSTERY FREEBOOTER; or. The Days Queen Bess. London: Published Cleave,
November 30, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Reports of the Czar's insanity are revived, and of extensive conspiracies the Russian army to place the Grand Duke upon

Reports of the Czar's insanity are revived, and of extensive conspiracies the Russian army to place the Grand Duke upon

the throne. The Journal dcs Debats is very much annoyed by the restoration of amity between England and Persia; of which one consequence, the Parisian journalist fears, will be a better understanding between England and Russia. Price of an Honour—Marshal Soulthas just received f
November 30, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
following notice was issued at the Bank on ■Nday _'« The Governor and Company of the Bank of are ready,

following notice was issued at the Bank on ■Nday _'« The Governor and Company of the Bank of are ready,

until further notice, to receive applications upon the deposit of approved hills of exchange, not n ?rnore than six months to run, such loans to be repaid on e the l"th ef January next, with interest at the rate of fj? cent per annum, and to be for sums of not less than each.''—
November 30, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
Ministers, on their return from the Privy Council on Saturday, were loudly and repeatedly hissed. The Duke of Wellington and

Ministers, on their return from the Privy Council on Saturday, were loudly and repeatedly hissed. The Duke of Wellington and

Sir Robert Peel were, on the contrary, received with the warmest acclamations. The Morning Chronicle names, amongst those who hissed Ministers, the Marquess Downshire and Sir C. Grant. Court of Common Council—On Thursday the first Court of Common Council the present mayoralty wa
November 30, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
GRAVESEND, KENT.—TO GROCERS & OTHERS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Charles Johnson, On TUESDAY, the 3rd of December, 1839, ON

GRAVESEND, KENT.—TO GROCERS & OTHERS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Charles Johnson, On TUESDAY, the 3rd of December, 1839, ON

the premises, No. 67, Bedford Place, Windmill Street, Gravesend., by order ofthe proprietor, the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Stock in Trade, Shop Fixtures, Fitments, and Utensils. May viewed on Monday preceding the Sale. —Sale commence at Ten o'clock. Catalogues may be had of the Aucti
November 30, 1839 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
CORPORATION COURSING DAY. THE ANNUAL COURSING DAY, allowed the Right Honorable Earl Talbot, to the Corporation of Stafford, over part

CORPORATION COURSING DAY. THE ANNUAL COURSING DAY, allowed the Right Honorable Earl Talbot, to the Corporation of Stafford, over part

of his Estate, in the Neighbourhood of Salt and Enson, will be held and take place on Tuesday next the third day of Der-fcMBEB. The Meeting will take place at the Bon-BW, near Stafford, at Ten o'clock in the morning. The Mayor, on behalf of the Council, will fefcl • °bliged to t
November 30, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
LEOMINSTER POLICE OFFICE.—Friday.

LEOMINSTER POLICE OFFICE.—Friday.

(Before JCnnis, \ '/'. Umbos, Taylor,) II aternal Bradley, single woman, was charged with deserting her child. The overseer the parish of Yarpole deposed, that about a month ago, the prisoner in the night-time and left her infant child, then about one month old, the garden of th
November 30, 1839 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
LUDLOW.

LUDLOW.

The Sun , " Committee," Swamped on her Voyage op Discovery.—The Committee Which was a ■hart time ago appointed at a meeting of some of the inhabitants of Ludlow, for tlie purposes, as then alleged, inquiring ' into the state of the Income and expenditure of the Town Council, ami
November 30, 1839 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
AGRICULTURE, COMMERCE, &c.

AGRICULTURE, COMMERCE, &c.

(Gardening operations for the week. Attend to the linings pine-pits, maintain a regular but, beware throwing too much heat into the bed, excess of which tbis season would highly prejudicial the health and strength the plants very little water will now Ik; required, hut a little
November 30, 1839 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England