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tenant Chief Officer, together with the addition of pay prayed for, his appointment would not, in point of pecuniary consideration,

tenant Chief Officer, together with the addition of pay prayed for, his appointment would not, in point of pecuniary consideration,

be more than equal to the .Lieutenant of Blockade. The latter Officer had full-pay, wine-raoncy, coals, candles, quarters, provisions, servants, and medical attendance found him. The former Officer has an uncertain pay, and all these enumerated necessaries of life to find. Fifth
March 7, 1840 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
Mrs. Hockings . . 10 Capt. W. A. Willis, R.N. 10

Mrs. Hockings . . 10 Capt. W. A. Willis, R.N. 10

Mrs. Willis Mrs. Plowden . Mrs. Bunce W. Royle, Esq. . 5 Charles St. Barbe, Esq. S Thomas Davies, Esq. . 5 Rev. William Davies . S Hon. Major Keppel Rev. Thomas Robinson Mrs. Chetham Strode . Edward Hicks, Esq, C. C. Wilkinson, Esq. . 1 I t4t Subscriptions wilt be rc Comi
March 7, 1840 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
TO BE SOLD BY JilT •Wr. ffj Attbe Klog’a Arms I the for Fire

TO BE SOLD BY JilT •Wr. ffj Attbe Klog’a Arms I the for Fire

TO BE SOLD BY •Wr. ffj Klog’a Arms I the for Fire COTTAGES AND LAND, Id three Lots: Loll /COMPRlSES»«ooddoableeottMO*(brtck Vv and tlkd with ,ord and oxeeMoot iwdon thereto belonging, containing I*, to- more leN, and doit lo the occupation Robert Davy eKobert Blomfield, as re*rlj
March 21, 1840 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Ij the Bake 61 Arnlt, said dispatches had been lately received from Canada, but they contained no information relative the

Ij the Bake 61 Arnlt, said dispatches had been lately received from Canada, but they contained no information relative the

division of clergy reserves. Monday, March 10. The Marquis of Lo.voonokrrv moved for various returns relative to Spain, to which there was no objection. Eu.knborouoh, in moving the order of the day for going into Committee on the Vaccination Bill, said the I oor Law Commissioner
March 21, 1840 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
The North Wales Chronicle.

The North Wales Chronicle.

I .. I. I .- I ?? __Banzgor, Tutesday, Mar-ch 10, 1840. ire, PALUIERSTONraN POIILOSOPHIY.-T'he Globe tile newspaper is generally believed to be thie alembic TY. which receives and passes through thle philosophi- Incal outpourings of thle ancient and most honorable art Rat whose"1
March 10, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

?? TOLLS TO BE LET. NOTICH iS HEREBY GIVEN, -11IA'T the TOLLS arising at th e undermen. I tioned Toll Gates upon the Turnpike Roads in thie FFESTINIOG and anIAENTIROG Dis- tricts. Will be Leet by Auction, T O TIE DEST BIDlDER, At the bouse of Mr. LaIlis LLOYLTanybDTyich, on MONDA
March 17, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

_1 - To the Editor of the P'reston Ulirouicle. Sill, Ileving had the Bolton Chronicle newspaper, of the 7th hlst. lent to me, I perceived tho enelosed letter rveopectutg the North Union Railway cxtortion, and a friend of mine eeliug 4imtilarly situated, I think if you were to gi
March 28, 1840 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Bankrupts.

Bankrupts.

Banlrupts. Bankrqptcy Aannuled,-J. Winstmnley, Chorley, druggist. W. Fairelough, Wavertree, innkeeper, March 17 and April 17, at twelve, at the Clarendon rooms, Liverpool. Att. Mr. W. Waring, Liverpool. J. Heatley, Manchester, brewe&, March 18 and April 17, at ten,'at the Commiss
March 14, 1840 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

I - - - .= On Tuesday night last as William Harris, of Blackwood, one of the witnesses against the riotera connected with the late outhreak, was going home from receiving his expenses as a witness, he was waylaid and violently assasulted between Gellygrees and Blackwood, by seve
March 7, 1840 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1840.

PRESTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1840.

THE CHRONICLE. PRESTON, SATURDAY, MAIRCH 21, 1840. POLrTics.-Tho world of politics seems to be in a pro- found slumber. Perhaps at no period within the recollection of man, have the proceedings of parliament been so dull, heavy, and spiritless. During the present week, our "most
March 21, 1840 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England