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Statistics the Ji.wish Nation.—The statistics the Jewish population are am<>ng the most singular circumstances this most singular of all people. Under II their calamities and dispersions they seem to have remiined at nearly the same amount as the davs of David and Solomon, never
March 25, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
MORE WHIG PATRONAGE AND JOBBING.

MORE WHIG PATRONAGE AND JOBBING.

Another gross piece of Whig jobbery has come to light. It is a glaring abuse of official patronage, of the Rice-Newport kind, and will, we hope, lead a fourth defeat of these extraordinary ministers of ours, for we understand that that excellent Conservative, Lord (Jranville Som
March 18, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST PRICES OF SHARES.

LATEST PRICES OF SHARES.

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March 18, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
THE FIRST QUARTERLY REPORT THE BLACEBITSIf Philanthropic Hurinl Society, Established the of December, 1839, AND lIKI.D ATTHK BTR. JAMES AKEItOYD,

THE FIRST QUARTERLY REPORT THE BLACEBITSIf Philanthropic Hurinl Society, Established the of December, 1839, AND lIKI.D ATTHK BTR. JAMES AKEItOYD,

h'eil.lrn Arms Inn, Street, Muck burn. RICHARD TOWN LEY, Esq,, Treasurer. Mr. JA.\IICS AKEUOYD, unJtr Treasurer. THE Committee tlie above-named Society, in presenting their First Quarterly Report, feel great pleasure calling tlie attention tile Members the very favourable financ
March 18, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
(jorirn. THIS MARTYUd THK BTAKK. '• The UruigitiHti The c»|»liv« Mood beside the lire Wit# kindled Ami curious crowds were

(jorirn. THIS MARTYUd THK BTAKK. '• The UruigitiHti The c»|»liv« Mood beside the lire Wit# kindled Ami curious crowds were

gathered round, to see a Christian die; Though Tune had benl hi» form— —though feeble ami prey haired. The old man'* soul was unsubdued —his strong niiml unimpaired : A smile illumetl his pallid cheek—no look of fear was then» And ever and arum his hps were parted in prayer! And
March 18, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
CAVTION

CAVTION

AGAISST ILLEGALLY SENDISG, COLLECTING. COyiEYISG, OR DELIVERING LETTERS. BY the ACT of the Ist VICTORIA, c. 3G, sec. 2, every Person who despatches or sends, or causes to be sent, 01 tenders or delivers in order te be sent otherwise than by Post, a Letter not exempted from the ex
March 6, 1840 - Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
feeding Sir R<

feeding Sir R<

feeding Sir Extension also exten On the appointed Act. Mr. Ba considerat fruits of t Mr. H. agreed wii was necosi the first The n and Mr. The I Franc triumph « in the Ministry; for Forei| M. de M. M. Pe M. Coi Spain. Cortea, a declared tings of t telligencc extraordi nient con bl
March 6, 1840 - Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SHIP NEWS

SHIP NEWS

Sailed from London for Gainsborough—Mayflower, Pyc°ck; Burton, Collinson ; Express, Crackle. Arrived Gainsborough from Loadon—Herald, il- To Parents and Guardians. Steady respectable youth is wanted, as an APPRENTICE to a Plain and Ornamental PLAISTERER. Apply to Mr. B. LINFOOT,
March 6, 1840 - Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NATURAL HISTORY.

NATURAL HISTORY.

Collections or Specimens of Birds, Beasts, Fishes, Reptiles, Insects, Shells, Plants, &c —Skeletons of Animals, Anatomical Preparations, and Specimens illustrative of Comparative Anatomy. MINERALOGY AND GEOLOGY. Collections of Minerals, as Specimens of Iron, Zinc, Copper, Antimo
March 6, 1840 - Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS, Wednesday.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, Wednesday.

Mr. W. Evans presented a petition from Chesterfield deprecatory of war with China, and condemning the opium trade with that country. Petitions against the Corn-laws were presented from Leith, Sir Henry Pabneli from Edinburgh, signed by upwards 30,000 persons, by theATTOßney-Gene
March 6, 1840 - Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England