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EDUCATION. J. <*Arfttanfp, Late Assistant at the tree Grammar School, MOST respectfully informs his friends ami the public, that his

EDUCATION. J. <*Arfttanfp, Late Assistant at the tree Grammar School, MOST respectfully informs his friends ami the public, that his

Commercial ami .Mathematical May ami School, will b« Ol'KN'Kf) for the Instruction of Youth of both sexes, on tliiyl3th Januaiiv next. J. 0., in making thin announcement, assures the public, that will diligently and strictly persevere in discharge of bis duties, and that every a
January 1, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
Mb. final display FIRE-WORM(S will take the adjoiniag the Nationai. School, lhtindrr Alley, Tukniiay Kvknino, Jan. 7th, 1840, the PttnMgi!

Mb. final display FIRE-WORM(S will take the adjoiniag the Nationai. School, lhtindrr Alley, Tukniiay Kvknino, Jan. 7th, 1840, the PttnMgi!

the - ami INUErENDKNT yill>KK ODDKKLI.OWS, of the District. For particulars, Hills. ASSOCIATION TIIK Promotion of the Fine Arts In (Scotland. ssss Honourable Lord Meadow- Honourable Lord Jeffrey. bank. Professor Traill. Sir Archibald Campbell, of James Maitlaud Hog, Esq. Succoth
January 1, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
BLACKBURN PETIT SESSIONS, Friday.

BLACKBURN PETIT SESSIONS, Friday.

(Uefore Joseph Fcilden, the Rev. John Hopirooil, John Lister, K»ry., and J tunes Simpson, lu>/). Affiliations.—There were fifteen applications made by the direction of the Guardians of the Poor, under a recent modification of the New Poor Law, in cases bastardy, where the mother
January 1, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
Brief Chronicle of the Time.

Brief Chronicle of the Time.

Tbere a »pot Kentucky, whirh i* *o fertile, that nny dead per*on buried there over night grow* alive before morning ' The Opera, expected. will commence a month cailier than uaiml next *e**on. Orini, who U *till Kngland, will rrauine her aiiuaiitni dunt.a at the opening. Why ia
January 1, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
Buckingham Pa lac b.—Orders have been received Buckingham Palace to have the royal apartments ready for the reception of the

Buckingham Pa lac b.—Orders have been received Buckingham Palace to have the royal apartments ready for the reception of the

Queen and the court Tuesday next, when her Majesty id expect* to come town lor the aeaeoo. The palace is still tilled with workmen, of whom there are about 300 employed carrying into effect the alterations and improvements in the interior of the splendid edifice. The lath Lady E
January 1, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 

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Conservatism Newark.—The enthusiasm of the conservative electors, so far from diminishing in the temporary absence of their beloved caudidate and

Conservatism Newark.—The enthusiasm of the conservative electors, so far from diminishing in the temporary absence of their beloved caudidate and

future member, continues to " (irow with their growth, and itrengthen with their strength," until the momeut, now eagerly looked forward to, when it shall bear down all opposition, aud triumphantly place Mr. Thesiger in the proud position of representative of Newark. Some months
January 1, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
CONDENSED REPORT OF SPEECH DELIVERED BY O'CONNELL LAST SATURDAY.

CONDENSED REPORT OF SPEECH DELIVERED BY O'CONNELL LAST SATURDAY.

CONDENSED REPORT OF SPEECH DELIVERED O'CONNELL LAST SATURDAY. Dublin, Dec. 28. A numerous, hut by no means a respectable, meeting Mr. O'Counell's constituents was Iteld in the Com Exchange to-day. Indeed is not fair to the honourable gentleman call the assemblage his constituents
January 1, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKKT The closing prices Inst week have hern current this, and a fmr extent of business doue. Tin- mark i. whole has been steady, holder* offering their cotton fr,- without any eageruea* to sell.—Exporters have taken American, ami speculator* bale*.—The demand
January 1, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
??? t*l I' I.A < '<>• l>K Ncl'. Many ill*' congregation assembling ft>a* I'nrish ('tiiirrli, will recollect that the text

??? t*l I' I.A < '<>• l>K Ncl'. Many ill*' congregation assembling ft>a* I'nrish ('tiiirrli, will recollect that the text

(rum which llic* Im** Vinir pi. ached lII* first sertnnn after lil< appointment living, win* lb* wnrds—" It Is required iif stewanls (lint n man In' finmil fllithful!" now - that ili* .*** wnr.ls part lll** K|ii»ll<* rend very of In- death, after lap*** nearly twenty-three year*
January 1, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
scriptioas.

scriptioas.

strated the contrary ; and report further adds, that the witness stated, in reference to the quantity of raedieino given, “thinks that it would do neither good cor harm; forms that opinion from the minuteness of the dose.” 5. Suck investigations 5. The Coroner, in a letter that
January 1, 1840 - Evening Mail - London, London, England