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(Froai our Correspondent.) DUBLIN, Nov. 18. The pari.h Precursors, from Tom Arkins to Tom Rey- nolds, are all " up aud stirring" to try and raise the " rint" for the Agitator, and this at a time when one of their organs states that" the poor of the county Mayo are obliged to re-
November 30, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TOWN-HALL.

TOWN-HALL.

TUESDAY*.—Before the Her. W. Aldemon, the Ber. G. Chandler, and Paekeb, Eaq. . . . tTm. Martdm we* cbaned by matter, Mr. Miehael Hunter, table-knife manufacturer, with robbing him.... Mr. Hunter said the prisoner bad been in hi* «mp'oy üble-knife hafttr for screral yean, and on
November 30, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At his residence. Edge bank, on Wednesday, the 20th instant, Matthew Formas, Esq., in the 72nd year of bis •K®* a«n Saturday last, deserredly respected his family and friends, Mr. Timothy Millington, formerly of Holly street, hat manufacturer, aged 66. On the 27th inst., at Atte
November 30, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
9 mil Ju. 7. «t-A« CowaMMonet*' loom*, Maathartary aoUcitor, Mr. Morn*, Priacaaa lUneheatar. Jame* ButUnrorth, Hayrod Lyne, cotton rainaar, Dec.

9 mil Ju. 7. «t-A« CowaMMonet*' loom*, Maathartary aoUcitor, Mr. Morn*, Priacaaa lUneheatar. Jame* ButUnrorth, Hayrod Lyne, cotton rainaar, Dec.

10 aad Jan. 7, at tka Cotnmifsionen* room*, Mancbestar; iolicltor*, Ma»»r». K. aad B. W. Bennett,Malche»ler. _ Martin Hart, of Norfhwich, Cheahire, mereer, Dec. 11 and January 7, at the Comminionew’ rooms. Manchester; solicitors, Messrs. Sale and Worthington, Manchester. James B
November 30, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LONDON MERCANTILE MARKETS.

THE LONDON MERCANTILE MARKETS.

Nor. 25.—As is usual on Monday, there has been very little business done, and prices are steady. The imports hare been heary to-day. Tea : There has an extensive business done in tea, and prices «e res* firm, but not higher. Tallow : ’Die price of P.Y.C.» rather higberTit being
November 30, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
A6SKTS TOR TRIO PAPER.

A6SKTS TOR TRIO PAPER.

Unit-. Mr. R. **rk*r, 3*. Fleet^wrt. w Newton uul Co., WmiwKk^qu»«- Me. S. Deocoo, 3, Wtlbiook. Mean. M. * W. E. Hammond. 17, Mr. G. Rtyoell, Chanccrj-lane. CUike lowh. I, Crown rt-ThroJ Hem. A. H. Bail; and Co., BS, Cornhil ■ . Mestre. Wcttley * CUyloo, 7. Windtot ct. Mam. Broo
November 30, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL.

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL.

Alarm in St. Oswalds Church, Chester. —The congregation at this church was thrown into a considerable state of alarm and excitement on Sunday last, by a small portion of the building falling into the church during the time of service, accompanied by a rumbling noise, occasi ned
November 30, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
SOMERESET NEWS.

SOMERESET NEWS.

COVITTT In the list of gentlemen who passed their examination at the Hall the Incorporated Law Society, on Monday last, perceive the name of Mr. Geo. Sharland, of Bath. Saturday morning last, another fatal accident occurred nt the shaft, No. 2, Box Tunnel, to Mr. David I,ee, the
November 30, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
POTTERY POLICE REPORTS.

POTTERY POLICE REPORTS.

(Before T. B. Rose, and P. P. Broade, Esqrs.) FENTON.—Friday, Nov. 22. Stealing Brass.—William Ball was brought charged by William Heath, of the Sneyd Colliery, agent for Mr. Charles Hughes May. Superintendent Ryles, Burslem police, informed him of some brass having been offered
November 30, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
OAK GOTHIC AND MODERN FURNITURE, VALUABLE LIBRARY BOOKS, PICTURES, PRINTS, CELLAR OF FIRST-RATE OLD WINES, China Dinner, Dessert, and Tea

OAK GOTHIC AND MODERN FURNITURE, VALUABLE LIBRARY BOOKS, PICTURES, PRINTS, CELLAR OF FIRST-RATE OLD WINES, China Dinner, Dessert, and Tea

Services, Rich Cut Glass, Sec. Sec. MARKET HARBOROUGH, LEICESTERSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By B. PAYNE SON, On Monday, the day of December, 1839, and four following days, THE whole of the splendid FURNITURE. BOOKS, WINES. CHINA, GLASS, and Effects of HENRY SHUTTLEWORTH, ESQ.
November 30, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England