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THE CHARTISTS.

THE CHARTISTS.

The Chartists continue to cause much inquietude South Wales. The people of Newport are still fear some outbreak. The following are the latest accounts j—The masters dread that the men will execute their threat of putting out the blasts. Tiie cost of re-kiudling blast is 300/. Th
January 1, 1840 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

Highwayman Shot.—As Mr. Edward Parris, the Taff Vale Railway-office, Cardiff', was returning foot from Cogan Pill, he was suddenly encountered by two men near wood, and felled to the ground before he was well aware their approach. It was intensely dark, and he could perceive onl
January 1, 1840 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

from Friday's gazette. Henry Shuttleworth, pin manufacturer, Market Haibnrough, Leicestershire.— Wm. Guoch, grocer, Bath-street, Clerkeuwell. —Henry Manning, boardiug-house-keer, Duhvich.— Win. Legh, coin dealer New Windsor.—Samuel Buckley, shopkeeper, Stalybridge.—Arthur Mickel
January 1, 1840 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
I THE PLTBLIC. LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE RATES REDUCE© THIRTY PER CENT. PER ANNUM, BEING A SAVING THE PUBLIC £508,008

I THE PLTBLIC. LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE RATES REDUCE© THIRTY PER CENT. PER ANNUM, BEING A SAVING THE PUBLIC £508,008

PER ANNUM. THE INDEPENDENT • West Middlesc.v Assurance Company, ESTABLISHED 1090, FOR FIRE, LIVES, AND ANNUITIES, I Opposite the Bazaar, Baker Street, Square, London; ii'j, Abbey street, Dublin; 4, Albany-street, Edinburgh; 08, Saint Vincent-street, Glasgow. | On equitable princ
January 1, 1840 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
MISS PEELL RB E C T F U L L V announces that she has REMOVED from THORNTLOE PLACE 12.

MISS PEELL RB E C T F U L L V announces that she has REMOVED from THORNTLOE PLACE 12.

FOREGATE-STREet, and thai after the present Vacation she will able to receive limited number of DAY BOARDERS. 12, AT E-STRE ET, 28th December, 839. SILVER-STREET ACADEMY, WORCESTER. {/ AT this Establishment YOUNG GENTLEMEN ■tja. are liberally Boarded and diligently Instructed th
January 1, 1840 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 

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PREFERMENTS. The Rer. F. F. Fawkes, M.A., Chaplain of Christ presented the Dean anil Chapter that Society to the Perpetual

PREFERMENTS. The Rer. F. F. Fawkes, M.A., Chaplain of Christ presented the Dean anil Chapter that Society to the Perpetual

Curacy Great and Little Hampton, in this county. The" Rev. Thomas Puncher Coney, H.A. of Kallinl College, lias been instituted by the Bishop Gloucester and Bristol to the vicarage of Puckleehurch, Gloucestershire, vacant by the death the Rev. Henry Ciould. Patrons, the Dean and
January 1, 1840 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
FASHION.-COURT GAITER.

FASHION.-COURT GAITER.

scarcely remember Christmas so little marked winter costume the present. Fun are undoubtedly seen, and warmer attire has been generally' adopted, but still winter has not yet exhibited any indications of assuming his customary severity. It the period the year and not the rigour
January 1, 1840 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
DROTTWICH.

DROTTWICH.

Some benevolent individuals this Borough have set foot, subscription for the wife and eight children of the late Mr. Thomas Smith, that borough, who, it w ill recollected, lost his life the evening of the 3rd ult., by riding against the White Hart Bath coach, when his return hom
January 1, 1840 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
DUDLEY.

DUDLEY.

The first Tradesmen's Ball took place at the Dudley Arms Hotel, 'Tuesday evening, tbe ultimo, and was attended by numerous and highly respectable company, amongst whom were T. Badger, J. Williams, W. Robinson, Wm. Fellowes, jun., and H. P. Parkes, Esqrs. and Dr. Moss, Mr. jr. Ba
January 1, 1840 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
STOURBRIDGE.

STOURBRIDGE.

Death Burning.—At Gonial, near Oldswinford, 00 Friday week, s little boy was dreadfully burnt, that lived hut a lew hours after the lamentable circumstance. On ; the following morning a girl nine years of age, living at Hay Green, about a quarter of a mile from the same place, f
January 1, 1840 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England