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LIVERPOOL GRAND GORDOVIGION EISTEDDFOD.

LIVERPOOL GRAND GORDOVIGION EISTEDDFOD.

LlVERPOOL GRAND GORDOVIGION EIS- I TEDDIOD. To ?? Clitor (!f the North, Wales Chronicle. Sm,-Grent anticipations ere novv being formed re- specting the Grand Eisteddfod which is to be held in Liverpool in Juno next. The subjects proposed for competition are of suab a character as
March 31, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
PRESENTATION TO LORD MOSTYN OF A SPLENDID Full-length Portrait of his Lordship.

PRESENTATION TO LORD MOSTYN OF A SPLENDID Full-length Portrait of his Lordship.

.- ?? " , -- r- X- PRESENTAHI ION ) LORD IMOSTYYN or A SPI.LNfl!( Full-length Portrait of his Lordship. (Ltecvic'd lit [Ir's. ?? Pearbon.) Our leaders are aiwame liat tie Ifronds and neigh. bours (if Loid iostyi mail seomle tie sice deterimiaed u o mimai heir sense ol respect and
March 31, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
MONEY-MARKET JatfD CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY-MARKET JatfD CITY INTELLIGENCE.

Tuesday, Twelve o'clock. ?? opened this morning for Money 90| ?? and for the Account 90$, tin* same as they left off yesterday. Exchequer- bills, 18 _U pm. ; India Bonds, K3 p:n. ; Bank Stuck, 178 1/0; India Stock, 248 249. Spanish Active, which left off at 27g S. is not quite s
March 31, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
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March 31, 1840 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
JAMES TYLER.

JAMES TYLER.

Sew Church at Eact Peckham. MEETING of llie PARISHIONERS of EAST PECKHAM, boldeu llie School Room, on the Ist of Fobruarj, 1840, the following Gonllemen were appointed a Committee for the purpose of Building a CHAPEL EASE, Subscription—to contain at least Free Sittings Rev. H.T.
March 31, 1840 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
» the Turkuh wh» iolution of our >rrespondeiic«, but was in. ports of the bey were government (ugetuent, and by

» the Turkuh wh» iolution of our >rrespondeiic«, but was in. ports of the bey were government (ugetuent, and by

the Q ieeu. nission to Anailion and fine had been tn introduce ioti laws reaty. lions ere pro lion certainly *n kr announced and Sir James Ins motion of in s the owners Klimt elect committee, y of the trade in between was intro- year the use and mwever, proved n exported from ty
March 31, 1840 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
To run Fun on of run Maidstone Gazette.

To run Fun on of run Maidstone Gazette.

run Fun of run Maidstone Gazette. Sin, —T the liberty to write to you on the important subject of the corn laws, which is occupying so much the public attention at present. Can there be free trade in coni, and the farmer not ruined Mv opinion is, there cannot, unless some the tax
March 31, 1840 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
HUNTING INTELLIGENCE.

HUNTING INTELLIGENCE.

The EAST KENT FOX-HOUNDS will meet at half-past Ten o’clock, on Wednesday, April 1, at Swardliog Downs Friday, Aprils, at Tyler Hill. Standard Office, London, Monday English Funds. —Bank Stock —Three per Cents. Reduced —Three-aad-a-Half per Cent. Red., —Three per Cent. Cons. 90|
March 31, 1840 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
WEEKLY CALENDAR

WEEKLY CALENDAR

April 2 : New Moon at 25 min. past alt/rnonn. Quarter Sessions Sandwich. April 3 : Richard Rp. Chichester. Quarter Session Leal.— April 4 Ambrose. Apiil 5 : fifth Sunday in Lent. Lessons: Morning. Exodus 3, Acts Evening, Exodus 5, Hebrews 7. —April?: Quarter Session Maidstone.
March 31, 1840 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
GENERAL KENT AND CANTERBURY HOSPITAL.

GENERAL KENT AND CANTERBURY HOSPITAL.

WEEKLY REPORT. Admitted .... In-Patients Discharged Uemaiuiug on the books .... 97 Vacancies for In-Patients \ Females .. 2 Patients arc admitted every Friday under Dr. Lochel, and every Tuesday under Dr. E. Scudamore. Surgeon for Friday, April 3, Mr. Hallowes—for Tuesday, April
March 31, 1840 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England