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TO THE QUEEN.

TO THE QUEEN.

. OFFEItING OF GRATITUDE Oft HER MAJESTY'S 6IRTH- DAY. The lark dwell. lowly, madam, on the ground And yet biB song within the heavens is found- The basest heel may wound him ere he rise But soar he m'sr, for love exalts his eyes Though Poor, his heart m us t be spent And he sin
June 6, 1840 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, FRIDAY, June 5.

LONDON GAZETTE, FRIDAY, June 5.

LONDON GAZETTE, FRI GY7.E BANK(RUPTS, BAN]KRlPTS. AL l it. e Meet ciings of Commissioners in 11fitidlese a,, h, Ciornemvsioserst Court. Basieghetltshrei, 10nd d AUSTIn Thomas, of Armley, In the ccurtt of manufacturer, d. c. to sur. June19, at , ?? at the Comml'-ioners'-roonts, Le
June 13, 1840 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

EAST IIENDRED. T o be LET,-A comnfortable FAiMILL, HOUSE, furnislied, with good garden, coaeh-housc, and stables.-- Inquire of AMr. Geo. Beesley, wheeler, East Hlendred. HOUSEHOLl FURNITURIE, STOCK in TRAIIE, SITOP FIXTURES, and UTENSILS, late the Vproperty of Mr. John Drew, groc
June 6, 1840 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, JUNE 25.

LONDON, JUNE 25.

The Paris Papers of Tuesday contain little else of importance than a telegraphic dispatch, announcing the defeat of some rebel forces under Palacios, between Signenza and Medina Celi. Wc have authority to state that there is no foundation vlwhatever for the story of Courvoisicr'
June 27, 1840 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Destructive Fire on the Great Western Railroad.

Destructive Fire on the Great Western Railroad.

P8thmfrclive Pire On the Great Western Railrond. On Monday night an accident, which has been attended with r most serious destruction of property, occurred on the line of the Great Westein Railway, of which the fulloving aloe the authentic ?? eleven o'clock on Monday night the "l
June 27, 1840 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF.AGRICULTURE IN GREAT BRITAIN.AND IRELAND.

SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF.AGRICULTURE IN GREAT BRITAIN.AND IRELAND.

SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF AGRICULTURE IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. Under this title a society has been formed, com- posed of the leading noblemen, and the most extensive agriculturists in the kingdom. The following is a list of its officers, and our readers will be glad to s
June 12, 1840 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
* O\2MK\ MARKKT*'

* O\2MK\ MARKKT*'

MAXUC X^XIVE. Monday, ,«»- ? The supply of Wheat by land eaniaaa moderate this uiorning, but quite enual T^}* *ia the fine qualities gave way | a perqr in ?? descriptions 1s to Vs before a clearance 52 ?? foreign V\ heat is a slow sale, and in 30m V * n^» cheaper. Hurley in a du
June 5, 1840 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
SSSEX AVSKASES.

SSSEX AVSKASES.

cuklmsvokd, colchestek, | bomford, Junk 5. Jo.\e6. ' June 9. ' Qrs. j Aver. Qrs. | Aver. ! Qrs 1 Aver. Wheal |5095 70s Id 610 ' G7s »l I 716 89s s<i Barley 149 39* *l 19 ' 38s Od j — — s Od Oats ! <1 I 31s 01 94 ?? 29s 84 — —s Od Beans 122! ; 41s 5,1 145 ' Hs 9d IU 4U (J.I Peas
June 19, 1840 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
BRUSSELS, DUTCH, tf GERMAN PAPhRS

BRUSSELS, DUTCH, tf GERMAN PAPhRS

« BRUSSELS, May 27. The average price of wheat last week was 22f. 98c., and that of rye 15f. 22c. Importation, therefore, remains duty- free, and exportation prohibited. The Belgian Charge ?? at Stockholm has just in- formed the Government that an ordinance of the King of Sweden
June 1, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
n.,.,n . SCOTCH 9EQLKS*TBATION.DAMD MACKINLAY. Edinburgh, merchant. June * *.at two, at the Boyal Exchange Coffee-house, fc I

n.,.,n . SCOTCH 9EQLKS*TBATION.DAMD MACKINLAY. Edinburgh, merchant. June * *.at two, at the Boyal Exchange Coffee-house, fc I

n ?? n . SCOTCH 9EQL KS*T BATION DAMD MACKINLAY. Edinburgh, merchant. June * * at two, at the Boyal Exchange Coffee-house, fc I Fairlop Fair.— We adverted in a former numbef of our journal to the steps which were takeu at Ilfoid W*" on Saturday, the 9th of May, towards the partia
June 4, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England