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SATURDAY

SATURDAY

The court met this .nummg a o’clock, when Creoaer, who Friday ronvi- t.-d on bis own confession of hurpUry. was culled up and sen. to twelve imprL-ujmneut to Laid labour. Htby wav charged with breaking into dwellmg-bou-e ol Willi tm Smith, at Guisely, on the Ibih of July last, a
March 13, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRES.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRES.

Df»T«ICTIVE Fl»t» THE PfcOVI XCE*.— On week, fire broke out near Rochdale, in ihe large cotton mills Mcwa. Whitworth and Co. when the whole that valuable property war totally destroyed; the* low is least £I6,(XX). —At Tiverton, on Friday morning* dreadful fire broke out b>. Andr
March 13, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANlEOUS. TUF. MARQUIS CAMDE117.-This venerable nobleman ais Wednesday last paid into the Bank of England, as Teller of the Exchequer. the sum oi 23,5S6£. I3s., which, added to tbe auts previously given to the natiou by his Lordship, makes the amount voluntarily surrendered
March 14, 1840 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
MEETING OF THE Agricultural Protective Society, AT FRAMLINGHAM.

MEETING OF THE Agricultural Protective Society, AT FRAMLINGHAM.

MEETING OF THU Pvptr^ieetite Society, AT FRAMLINGHAM. . ~ ~~ I (Froin thre Ipswichrl Erpreve. F' A numecrois meeting ofltieteembersofthe ?? Society ivias held ott Saturday lasit, ait ?? and Anchlor, Fram- lingiashrt, for the purposel of petittooing ParlIiament to con- tinue thea
March 14, 1840 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Hlaekburn Poor Law Union. DEPARTMENT. To be Let, by Contract, THE Supplying am) Dispensing of MEDICINE, including Medical and .Surgical

Hlaekburn Poor Law Union. DEPARTMENT. To be Let, by Contract, THE Supplying am) Dispensing of MEDICINE, including Medical and .Surgical

Attendance, and attendance cases of MIDWIFERY, and the VACCINATION of INFANTS, for the following Districts of the above Union, viz : The Blackburn District,! comprising the Town and Townships of €ilackburu and Little Ilarwood. The Darwen District, comprising the Townships of Ove
March 11, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
BERROW’S WORCESTER JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1840.

BERROW’S WORCESTER JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1840.

Should the members of the O’Connell Government Require the *vubriquet of the Durables,” they must thank their own paper, the Globe, for it. That print observes, that if Administration were always resign on such occasions the defeat with respect to Sir John Newport’s pension, the
March 12, 1840 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
FOR RENT,-

FOR RENT,-

TIIAT very pleasant RESIDENCE in Upper College-street, the property of CEWILES A. 13EaKELEy, Esq., compri.4ing a Sitting-room and two Bed-rooms, with a convenient Cellar. The out offices are three Servants Rooms, a kitchen, in which there is a fine Oven, and a Stable. The lot, o
March 13, 1840 - St. Christopher Gazette - Basseterre, Saint Kitts, Saint Kitts and Nevis
 
AVEST- 1!•!DIA

AVEST- 1!•!DIA

1!•!DIA The West, lisilla Bank conunenced lig Aperalions in . on the 2d of thiS Month ; and it ;4 said, under the most gratifying prospects. tionsiderable amounts of specie haring Iddtiti;i deposits. The Branch Batik be established in this Ishind, as Anon IN 500 sharett are taken
March 13, 1840 - St. Christopher Gazette - Basseterre, Saint Kitts, Saint Kitts and Nevis
 
MORAL HARMONY.

MORAL HARMONY.

3MORAL IHARMONY. (Front tie W'atcihmancm .) TIhere is a cottage, aud the children are playing around it. A sweet a rl somewhat 'itder sits ?? r near tlit door, -with its perfamed poteh of honey suckles. A mar. ?? that residece of ionocence and simplicity. Hie eniters the lovly ch
March 11, 1840 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
EQUITY EXCHEQUER, FRIDAY, MARCH 6.

EQUITY EXCHEQUER, FRIDAY, MARCH 6.

[Sittintgs at Sergeants.inn Hail, before Mr. Baron ALDERSON.] P RIESTLEY v. THE MANCHESTER AND LEEDS RAIL- :o WAY-This case, which occupied the attention of the Court )f during this and the preceding day, arose out of a qiuestirn as to whether or not the defendants had the right
March 14, 1840 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England