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A lawyer once pleaded with great ability the cause of his client for nearly an hour. When had done, bis antagonist, with a supercilious sneer, said he did not understand word the other said who ueatly replied " I believe so, for I was speaking law." Brandy and Salt. —A small tra
October 24, 1840 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

The Gold-DusT Convicts.— the last few days Money Moses and the two Caspars, father and son, who it will recollected were Concerned ill and found guilty ofthe late remarkable gold dust robbery, were removed from her Majesty's dock-yard, Plymouth, and put on board the Lord Lynedoi
October 24, 1840 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
A CHALLENGE ALL BREEDERS OF CATTLE ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR OE THE MARK LANS. EXPRESS. Sir,--You will oblige making known,

A CHALLENGE ALL BREEDERS OF CATTLE ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR OE THE MARK LANS. EXPRESS. Sir,--You will oblige making known,

through tbe medium of your widely circulated paper, that I am willing to show at any time before the end of tbe month next ensuing, for any sum not exceeding i'lfiO, nor less than bull, and twenty regular breeding in-calf cows, all bred by myself, against bull and similar number
October 24, 1840 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
Published this day, containing Plates, cloth, price Division I.—(also iv Parts, price 2s. each) I WISHER'S HISTORIC ILLUSTRATIONS of f

Published this day, containing Plates, cloth, price Division I.—(also iv Parts, price 2s. each) I WISHER'S HISTORIC ILLUSTRATIONS of f

the BIBLE, after the Old Masters. The subjects already engraved comprise designs by Rubens, Houbrnek'en, Copley, Poussin, Overbeck, Mola, Rembrandt, Spada.Guc-rciuo, Wheatley, &C.&e, N.B. A limited number of Proof Copies, Imperial Quarto size, are issued, price 4s. per part, div
October 24, 1840 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
TEA ANI) GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, HIGH-TOWN, ROSS. RICHARD W. BELLAMY most respectfully returns his sincere thanks to the Gentry and Inhabitants

TEA ANI) GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, HIGH-TOWN, ROSS. RICHARD W. BELLAMY most respectfully returns his sincere thanks to the Gentry and Inhabitants

of Ross and its Vicinity, for the very liberal support he has experienced since his commencement in business. Truly grateful to his numerous Friends for the continuance of their favours, W. B, begs to assure them it will his earnest endeavour, strict attention and punctuality, a
October 24, 1840 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
THE ' GENTRY, CLERGY, FREEHOLDERS AND ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY HEREFORD. FOLEY having intimated his intention not offering himself again

THE ' GENTRY, CLERGY, FREEHOLDERS AND ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY HEREFORD. FOLEY having intimated his intention not offering himself again

Candidate for the Representation of this County, after the next Dissolution of' Parliament, ant having been called upon large and influential Portion of the Constituency, to offer ourselves CA NDIt)ATESfor represent me this County, beg solicit the honour (if your Suffrages. Phis
October 24, 1840 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
BATH CHURCH PASTORAL AID ASSOCIATION. President, The LORD BISHOP ofthe DIOCESE. THE Second ANNIVERSARY the BATH CHURCH PASTORAL AID ASSOCIATION

BATH CHURCH PASTORAL AID ASSOCIATION. President, The LORD BISHOP ofthe DIOCESE. THE Second ANNIVERSARY the BATH CHURCH PASTORAL AID ASSOCIATION

it to beheld (if the Lord writ) at the ASSEMBLY ROOMS, on Moaning. NoV. 18th. TheiMtf SIDNEY W1 I>DRIxGTOK, A.W.. . Rector Walcot, in the Chair. JOHN HARDFNG, M.A.. Rector of St. Ann*, Blackfriaf**. London; the Rev. WM. PULL EN, M.A., Secretary of the Parent Society the Rev. J.
November 12, 1840 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BOOKS. A Gentleman in possession of the following Works is willing to DISPOSE OF, or exchange them, or either of

BOOKS. A Gentleman in possession of the following Works is willing to DISPOSE OF, or exchange them, or either of

them, for a similar amount in value of Modern Works, of his own selection BIBLIA SACRA POLYGLOTTA, 6 vols., folio, bound (Holme's Exhibition) ; London, 1657. HAMMOND'S WORKS, vols., folio, bound (Holme's Exhibition) ; London, 1684. STRABO, 2 vols., folio, boards, clear and beaut
November 12, 1840 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH. Under the Management of Mr Davidok, v WILL OPEN for Ihe SEASON SATUBB\, Nov. 14, 1840, with Vanbrugh's and

BATH. Under the Management of Mr Davidok, v WILL OPEN for Ihe SEASON SATUBB\, Nov. 14, 1840, with Vanbrugh's and

p) e COMEDY of the PROVOKED HUSBAND: ft Or, A JOURNEY TO LONDON ' , Which will be revived with Original Costume \ Period, 1728. THE NATIONAL ANTHEM. And the Popular Drama of CLARI: Or, THE MAID OF MILAN. r.ht °' Acting and Stage Manager, Mr. STIRLING, » f v Theatre Royal, Adelph
November 12, 1840 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WEDNESDAY’S POST.

WEDNESDAY’S POST.

TUESDAY, JUNE 9. GAZETTE TUESDAY Evening . BANKRUPTS. William Eaile. Long.acre, black-coach-master Charles Rich, Brighton innkeeper Frederick Cveand Richard Hughes.Fleet.street, lea-dealers George Watts and William Anglis, Seethin-laoe, Great Tower-street, wine-merchants. Gilbei
June 11, 1840 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England