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BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

BttADFORtD PHILOSOPHICAL 90CIETY.-At the last 5 meeting of the Bradford Philosophical Society, eighteen 51: new members were eetd making 1612 in the whole, be. sides several honorary members, among whom are Sir J. it2. Herschel], Prof. Airy, Dr. Faraday, Sir David Brewster, 13 a
March 7, 1840 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SBAK34KTW.— FBtiSSAY.

SBAK34KTW.— FBtiSSAY.

{ Miy HJjrpre.ns.J MARS-lAHE. The arrivals of English Wheat is much larger thru* of late, and the trade has ruled very heavy all the week, and this morning a further decline of ls. to 2s. has been taken for Essex and Kent parcels left over; in some instances sales of Foreign hav
March 20, 1840 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
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*rrajj<ana.

Cos. — Why is a lady's netting box furnished like Lord Melbourne? Because it contains the materials for weav- ing meshes to secure a Sovereign. "We know what we are, hut know not what we may be," says Ophelia. When Queen Victoria was proclaimed, John Frost was mayor of Newport;
March 20, 1840 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
mOtVX TBS X.OIVBO2V GAZETTE,

mOtVX TBS X.OIVBO2V GAZETTE,

March 'idth. BANKKIKiS. Belt, J., Greensfield. Northumberland, shipowner, tosnrrender Apnl 10, at 11, May I, at 1, at tbe Bankrupt Comuiii-sioo- ™m*_Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Solicitors. Mr. Charlton and Mr. Woodman, Morpeth; and Mr. Leadbitter, Staple Inn. Brown, J.. Biinhill-row,*
March 27, 1840 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
THE ARTISTS' GENERAL BENEVOLENT.INSTITUTION.

THE ARTISTS' GENERAL BENEVOLENT.INSTITUTION.

THE ARTISTS' GENERAL BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION. ♦ The members and friends of this h.stitution, which has so many and powerful claims upon the warm support of the public at large, but more particularly of that portion of it which holds in reverence thr advancement of those arts by wh
March 28, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CHI N A

CHI N A

EXTRACTS FROM PARLIAMENTARY PAPEES CAWAII. ELLIOT TO VZSCOUNt PALMERSTON— - REVIVED -ULYI7, 1837.) rial fi, ?? - v edi,A from heads of the Drovin c ?? l °t n Ko - 2is an edict frcm the ""*> MMc re- * -Messrs Jju-dinc, Turner, Framjee. _ ! Dent, Whit-man. Menyau-ce. { Far_ees : -
March 23, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ADDRESSES TO THE DUCHESS OF KENT.

ADDRESSES TO THE DUCHESS OF KENT.

Addresses of congratulation to her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent were presented yesterday" at Buckingham Palace from the folios-. ing places : — From Great Malvern— Presented by the Rev. Dr. Card. From the mayor, aldermen, councillors, clergy, and inha- bitants of the borou
March 12, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS

SHIP NEWS

CUSTOM-HOUSE. March 11. ENTERED INWARDS.— The John Bull, Corbin, from mm- burgh ; Nancy, Hamden, from Jersey ; Sophia, Allen, from Frede- flckstadt ; Icon, Land. , from Gravelines ; Louise Luse, Cnanquest, from Honfleur; Noiv, lie Societe, flay, from Cherbourg ; .u«rs, I Poland,
March 12, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

I IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-Thursday, March 5. The House met at five o'clock. , CHoS l i paa,ed through conunittee ' ?? from thp Sodetv against the opitnilade " > ore.gn Temperance •ionsfrorn rI ,iIfr WAR u WICK Panted one hundred peti- tion ?? (Wn'r thccou "ty of Warwick against any alter-
March 6, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

GTJI LD HALL.-On Saturday, the case of Mr George , street, charged with conspiracy ««' v * , ?? oman ' clerk, _Hen» Z>«p&r, to defraud an aged !^"*°™£; |. named Martha Wormhili, of 314/., »» ■«*■ 7 " r f the notice of the sitting alderman. * h V *V» none i further evidence, but
March 9, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England