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z; "7t- tIERCIAL HOTtL, TUNBRIDGE WELLS. 9 returns his grateful acknowledgments patronage be has received sinew taking How. 4 and

z; "7t- tIERCIAL HOTtL, TUNBRIDGE WELLS. 9 returns his grateful acknowledgments patronage be has received sinew taking How. 4 and

begs to assure Comme rcia l epend on finding comfort and convenience, me charges. fitted up, the stabling superior, with good frequired. IN HOT EL . GLASGOW. Ites this opportunity of again returning the Commercial Gentlemen for their very nomenoanon. tic reported that the LONDON
March 18, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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No. 11,705.

March 18, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
of parties, an& while that election ebntinues to be placed in trained teachers from the training school in Edinburgh, under

of parties, an& while that election ebntinues to be placed in trained teachers from the training school in Edinburgh, under

the hands of the body of students, it is unavoidable that pond- the superintendence of Mr. Woon, and from that of Glasgow, cal associations should take place. Boys have all the requisites where the Rev. Mr. CUNNINGDARE has recently been apfor mob politicians, whether of one part
March 18, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
of the Murder from ray wife's mother, and I eau his (deceased's) grandson Mr. Mallett—You have "said nothing 'about the

of the Murder from ray wife's mother, and I eau his (deceased's) grandson Mr. Mallett—You have "said nothing 'about the

Prisoner—l don't know what I am to say about it. Mr. Herbert Coates Templeman, solicitor, of . street, the deceased's grandson, saw him a fortnigh t The prisoner's mother told me that the old been receiving money. He had received 51.105. in a half sovereign in gold on Monday aft
March 18, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
of AUSTRALIA. 20,000 Shares of 501. each. per Share. Benjamin Boyd, esq.Alexander Cockburn, esq. Thomas Manx , esq. Y I

of AUSTRALIA. 20,000 Shares of 501. each. per Share. Benjamin Boyd, esq.Alexander Cockburn, esq. Thomas Manx , esq. Y I

William P. Craufurd, esq. George Webster. esq. John Connell, esq. I John W. Sutherland, esq. John Mitchell, esq. STANDING COUNSEL—Peter Laurie, esq. BANKERS. Union Bank of London, Moorgate-sleet, bothbury ; and Argyle-place, Regent-street. EDINBURGH—NationaI Bank of Scotland. LE
March 20, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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by S'

March 20, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NAIMETS (Tills Day )1

NAIMETS (Tills Day )1

REGENT'S PARK HATMARRE i.-Fine upland meadow and rve grass hay 90s to 955, inferior do. 80s to Sss, superior clover 1 - 10 s to 115s,inferior do. 90s to 100 s, straw 43s to 445, per load of 36 trusses. NEWPORT NEW WHOLESALE MARKET.-Prices per Ms. by the carcase : Beef 3s Od to 4
March 17, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
— GTORTiE the FOURTH and QUEEN CAROLINE. The Secret History of their Marriage and its consequences, with Original Letters from

— GTORTiE the FOURTH and QUEEN CAROLINE. The Secret History of their Marriage and its consequences, with Original Letters from

George 111. and George IV. to Queen Caroline, Extracts from her Private Diary, &c., in T HE METROPOLITAN for APRIL. Saunders and Otley, Publishers, Conduit-street. A:tents—for Ireland, J. Cumming, Dublin ; for Scotland, Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh.
March 17, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
R ,sTESCUE ARP,: ROTELNSTAPLE and . POSTINMOUSE, BA from the Talbot Inn, Lostwithiel, begs ittr• ,coreicitlrs,ullyantod the Public resid '

R ,sTESCUE ARP,: ROTELNSTAPLE and . POSTINMOUSE, BA from the Talbot Inn, Lostwithiel, begs ittr• ,coreicitlrs,ullyantod the Public resid '

mg in or X i n t t n ry, Comiirhe h e as taken and entered upon the " Forteseu g e Arms o ccupied by Mr. PEAIICE, and to assure them that hie part shall he wanting to maintain the celebrity Forteseue Arms" has long enjoyed as a fast.rate Inn tr o „suc !louse, and to prove himsel
March 19, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
hon. friend applied to the civil government, and had no reference whatever with the department, the estimates in connection with

hon. friend applied to the civil government, and had no reference whatever with the department, the estimates in connection with

which were now before the house. Mr. HUME wished here to draw the att co ention of the Chancellor of the Exchequer to an item in nnection with the vote now before the house. It appeared that from the sixpenny payments made to see the regalia at the Tower, there was a profit of 1
March 21, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England