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matter Mr. Henry lUilton, of Bevernl creditors claimed to prove debts against the bankrupt’s estate for wheat and birley, bargained and sold \Vem market. The claims were resisted on behalf other creditors, the ground that the bargains wore illegal, having been made by the custom
June 6, 1840 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

EPSOM RACES. Tuesday. Juse Craven Btiiko« of 1(1 »>»»• Col. Wyndhani's Pcstonjec Bomaugce. (ConoUy) Mr Eildison-a Ruler, 3 - - - ; . 3 Heathcolp’s Belo»n . Mr Bo°s'. bj Clcnrwetl- Ninn. it. -.ml lord Kolbumo’s m Inipcrtinfnoe, yra. Mon by bait Tho VV of.TOaora each.hft, for two
June 6, 1840 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DRESSES.—Upwards : re n n e es Thr w ; Thousand Paris Mousseline de [mines, Broches, Chills, Organde Gotha, and

DRESSES.—Upwards : re n n e es Thr w ; Thousand Paris Mousseline de [mines, Broches, Chills, Organde Gotha, and

Organde Cashmere Dresses, at far less than the Paris or London prices. British Mousseline Laines at ss. 6d, the dress, worth 12s. ild. GEO. AI ERINGTON'S, 154, New Bond-street. IHENIE SHAWLS and MANTELS—another exposition of Parisian Novelties In these elegant and luxurious enve
June 12, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
E COURRIER de L'EUROPE BOHAIN'S ILA FRENCH NEWSPAPER.—The Second Number of this Newspaper, which republi.hes every Saturday all that is

E COURRIER de L'EUROPE BOHAIN'S ILA FRENCH NEWSPAPER.—The Second Number of this Newspaper, which republi.hes every Saturday all that is

important or interesting in the Political and Literary Journals of France, together with Extracts from the best New Works, Reviews, and Magazines, will appear To-morrow at Three o'clock precisely. Offices: Mr. Seguin, Library, Regent.street ; Mr. Joseph Thomas, Newspaper and Adv
June 12, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
E SHAWLS and MANTELS—:-another exposition of Parisian Novelties in these elegant and luxutious envelopes. The richest Cashmeres in squares and

E SHAWLS and MANTELS—:-another exposition of Parisian Novelties in these elegant and luxutious envelopes. The richest Cashmeres in squares and

longs ; Carriage Travelling Cloaks of rich silk velvet lined throughout and trimmed with fur, four guineas each ; fancy Promenade and Opera Silk Cloaks from , 12s. each ; common Travelling Cloaks 150. to Vet. each. ERINGTONS, 154, New Bond-street.
June 8, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MUSLIN and LACE COLLARS, Capes, Shawls, and Mantels.—One hundred rich embroidered Capes, cost 4 . 2.5. and 445. each, now

MUSLIN and LACE COLLARS, Capes, Shawls, and Mantels.—One hundred rich embroidered Capes, cost 4 . 2.5. and 445. each, now

selling at 19s. 611. each ::A0 ditto, cost 375. W., now selling at Ills, 91. each ;1100 Muslin Collars at 140. each, worth 2.4.60. and 3s. each. A most splendid assortment of Brussels anti 010 Point Lace, rich Blonde. Lisle, 3lechlin, Valenciennes, anti Point de Paris Laces and
June 8, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MIDLAND RAILWAY. OPENING of the LINE THROUGHOUT. l ea Public is respectfully informed that on sod after W EDNESDAY, the

MIDLAND RAILWAY. OPENING of the LINE THROUGHOUT. l ea Public is respectfully informed that on sod after W EDNESDAY, the

Ist July neat, the i RAIINS of this COSIPANY, in connection with those London and Birmingham, Birmingham and Derby o, Counties, York and North Midland, and Hull and yoy, rill START and ARRI% E according to the follows! until further notice:— - DEPARTURE and ARRIVAL of TRAINS 167
June 29, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL PROV I DENT INSTITUTION. For Mutual Asmranee or Lives, Endowments, and Annuities, 13, Nieltolas-Lane. king-William-street, London. DIRECTORS. Charles Pritchett

NATIONAL PROV I DENT INSTITUTION. For Mutual Asmranee or Lives, Endowments, and Annuities, 13, Nieltolas-Lane. king-William-street, London. DIRECTORS. Charles Pritchett

Bouseiti, ---- Robert Ingham, sq. M.P. esq. Joseph Janson, esq. John Bradbury. esq. Samuel Hayhurst Lucas, William Cush, esq. esq. Thomas Castle, esq. Charles l.ushington, esq. James Crofts, caq. I M.P. John reitham. esq. John St. Bathe, esq. Joseph Hargrave, esq. Richard Shortr
June 29, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
VISIT of TIER MAJESTY and r, to the ROYAL HOSPITAL On Saturday the Queen and Prince ceeded from Whiteall, accompanied

VISIT of TIER MAJESTY and r, to the ROYAL HOSPITAL On Saturday the Queen and Prince ceeded from Whiteall, accompanied

their-4 the Adm iralty barge h s, to Greeniiich. by Her Majesty and her Royal Consort weer nied by the Earl of Alinto, First Lo r d miralty ; Lady Barham, the lady in waitiog ; Misses Murray and Lister, maids of hononr Lennox, Lord Alfred Paget, Sir Chas. Ad010, 01 , - ; Lords o
June 29, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LAW LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, For the Assurance of Persons in any Station of Life. Fleet-street, next Saint Dunstrres Church, June

LAW LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, For the Assurance of Persons in any Station of Life. Fleet-street, next Saint Dunstrres Church, June

6th, 11130. NOTICE is hereby given, that a GENERAL LEI MEETING of the PROPRIETORS Will be held at the Society's Office. Fleet-street, on WEDNESDAY, the Nth June instant, at Half-past Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, pursuant to the provisions of the Deed of Settlement, for the pu
June 23, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England