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Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

parliamn£ltarp IntrligcnEM. I HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRIDAY. The LORn CHANCELLOR read her rmajesty's most gracious answer to the address; and, on the motion of Lord MEL-I BOURNE, the addre 'ss 5 ordered to be entered on the jour- nals of the house. SUNDAY TRAVELLING.-Lord. HATHERTON pre
June 20, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

i!,ZOLZCE -ZN-TELLZG1NCE. Go'ti errL-Hers-s, BzIs.Oz, Sj2'Dt`lDAy, 'Magistrates preient: Mdssrs.-Lunell and Newman. James Stone, who 'was charged a few days sincieiwith hav- ?? ini his possession, supposed to be stolen, was again brought up, an owner having;been found. Mr. Chispr
June 20, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Bankrupts.

Bankrupts.

(From Friday's Gametic, June li.) ALLETSON Thomaa and FRANKLAND Thomas, poo), oil-merchanta.-June 26, July the rooms, Liverpool. Taylor and Co., Bedford-row; and Robinaon. Liverpool. _**M BURROWS William, of Leicester-st. Leicester -sq.. . June 18, July it, the Court, London. Be
June 19, 1840 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

The youth Oxford, who fired at the Queen and Prince Albert, was the next day examined at the Home Office, and waa on Friday fully committed to Newgate for trial on the charge of high treason. At first a suspicion was entertained that he had been instigated by some older persons,
June 19, 1840 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SPALDING, Lincolnshire. FREEHOLD PASTURE LAND. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Wm. Medland, On Tuesday the 30th of June, 1840,

SPALDING, Lincolnshire. FREEHOLD PASTURE LAND. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Wm. Medland, On Tuesday the 30th of June, 1840,

at Seven o clock in tbe Evening, the White Hart Inn, Spalding, ALL that valuable Close of superior PASTURE LAND, called Plantation Field, situate in the Low Fields, near to Clay Lakes Cross Roads, containing 7 A 2R. 3P., in the occupstion of Mr. Samuel Lammin, bounded on part of
June 19, 1840 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
" If Tooth-ache" the joys life does blast And pain with grief perplex thee; Then, Maiden, all thy sorrow cast

" If Tooth-ache" the joys life does blast And pain with grief perplex thee; Then, Maiden, all thy sorrow cast

On " Sweeting's Tooth-ache Elixir." THE Tooth-ache is permanently and effectimcured by M. SWEETING'S TOOTH-ACH* ELIXIR. Thia newly-discovered medicine is taken interna! iv peculiar property and specific action on the diseased m_?i the teeth aucb, that a carious tooth ia not only
June 19, 1840 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ATROCIOUS ATTEMPT ON THE LIVES OF HER MAJESTY AND PRINCE ALBERT.

ATROCIOUS ATTEMPT ON THE LIVES OF HER MAJESTY AND PRINCE ALBERT.

I1cr Maljesty, eiccoinpaiiiod by Princei Albert, left Buecltleg- I barn Palace tin a phoceen and fear, at abeot sits sclack eat - Wealncosdey evening, froi the pourpase aft' saliag their attstRI evening d lee Il ?? Park. They had 1irocedcal cheat buail - way, ogl Conistitastienl
June 17, 1840 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WE, the undersigned, being Proprietors and Occupiers of Property along the Banks of the Rivers Yare and Wensnm, do hereby

WE, the undersigned, being Proprietors and Occupiers of Property along the Banks of the Rivers Yare and Wensnm, do hereby

request those Persons whose Property on the said Rivers may subject to the extensive injuries done the .Veto Steam Vessels to join in a Meeting, to be held at the Guildhall, in the City of Norwich, on Saturday, the June instant, to concert measures for averting the rapidly incre
June 20, 1840 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
PRIVATE TU

PRIVATE TU

AB.A. of the Unlverakfof Cambridge, who obtained Senior Optime Degree tbe public examination in January last, will be happy to superintend the Mathematical Studies of any Gentleioan who may intend entering the University. Applications be made to A. B. Norwich Merary Office.
June 20, 1840 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
HEW CATION CHURCH.

HEW CATION CHURCH.

The Foundation Stone of the above Church WILL BB LAID BT TH»^ THE HON. I VERY REV. THE DEM NORWICH, On TUESDAY NEXT, June 23rd. THERE will be Divine Service St. Clement’s Chnrch in the Morning, when Sermon will be preached by the Hon. and Rev. J.T. Pelham, Rector of Bergh Apton,
June 20, 1840 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England