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Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

'IForriolt Intelligence. Prance. d Thc comimission upon tihe abolitionl of slavery inI tho French ecolonies has conic to the folloeting resolutions:- " 1 Thiat in the session of 1811 a ?? shall be intodiuced, to dletermine the period for the geacrol and sinialtnconos abo- it liti
December 18, 1839 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN:

ABERDEEN:

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December 4, 1839 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

.d- 7 SaIt by Raution . 0n- bT V waXTO THEM PUBLZCE C r B. WORBOYS, in presenting his best thanks o 6 to his numerous Friends for their decided preference and support since his establishing himself in Bristol. begs av most respectfully to annouice that he has commenced the te, bu
December 28, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
News by the London Posts.

News by the London Posts.

?? t Mr Lonron TOUt5. - I LONDON, TxESDAY, December3. UNITED STATES. THE Arnerican papers which we have received by the Great Western steamer contain some news of in- terest. Rumours of the resumption of specie payments by the suspended banks were circulated, but they proved unfo
December 7, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CORPORATION OF THE POOR.

CORPORATION OF THE POOR.

CO0PO;ZATION Or THE POOR. A court of the above Corporation was held at St. Peter's Hospital, or- Tnursday evening, the Governor in the chair. Mr. WAim read the minutes of the committee of man- 3agerment, from which it appeared that, on the 5th instant, there seas a balance in han
December 14, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

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Advertisements & Notices

3LASS, CfINA, ANJD EAR.THENWARE. SSTASZISSiEVILNt 3,&%i ST. rTZZHAEL'S STEPS, NEAR CHRISTMIAS- STREET. l SOMERTON, in acknowledging the favours of her Friends, and the Public generally, respectfully l ae announces the arrival ;of an extensive and varied Assortment of STAFFORDSHIR
December 21, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
v *.«■«*»*• erfses* »•*■"' months of January, This was East i LS^r :^fet "-' : Chronicle IoVBW _ Mercury ...

v *.«■«*»*• erfses* »•*■"' months of January, This was East i LS^r :^fet "-' : Chronicle IoVBW _ Mercury ...

Rfloorter 27JW0 ffil^SStomas, this Paper aJI SeTther Lincolnshire ——T-osimiii Y-BOOM, SOUTHWELL. MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS! AGROVE has the honour to announce to and inhabitant, of South- he will give a GRAND ffffS Decembeb, 1839, to commence at One Bruce and Mi« Dolbv, of favourite c»
December 6, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NOTICE to theP to General Post Office, 21st November, 1839. IN compliance with the orders of the Lords of the

NOTICE to theP to General Post Office, 21st November, 1839. IN compliance with the orders of the Lords of the

ALTERATIONS in the ot POSTAGE will take place on and after the sth of December next:— n c* letters by enclosures is abohshed; all letters, therefore, whether General Post, Forebjn, or Colonial, with the exception of local Penny nd f th ? ,oc ? 1 ' etters Posing through the Dubli
December 6, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To the Worthy and Independent ELECTORS of the Borough of Newark. Gentlemen, I Have now completed my canvass. In the

To the Worthy and Independent ELECTORS of the Borough of Newark. Gentlemen, I Have now completed my canvass. In the

course of it, I have called at every house in the Borough; and though not so fortunate as in all instances to meet with my friends, yet I have had the pleasure to pay my respects personally to almost every voter and inhabitant. The result of this close and searching canvass has
December 6, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NORMANBY by SPITTAL, Lincolnshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, Mr. John Thorpe, At the Ostrich Inn at Spittal, on Friday

NORMANBY by SPITTAL, Lincolnshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, Mr. John Thorpe, At the Ostrich Inn at Spittal, on Friday

the 27. h day of December instant, at 4 o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to the conditions to be then stated, THE following very desirable EST ATE,'situate st Normanbv Spittal aforesaid, together or in Lots to be declared at the time of sale: viz.— Lot 1. A Close of rich Pastur
December 6, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England