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.IGNAL FAILURE OF THK NOTORI' " I ti, .'.ERT.OWEN.

.IGNAL FAILURE OF THK NOTORI' " I ti, .'.ERT.OWEN.

.IGNAL FAILURE OF THK NOTORI' " I ti, .'.ERT OWEN. On Sunday morning placards were posted about Bu -lent and neighbourhood, announcing that lee. ares would le de . livered at a miserable hovel known as the Hall of Science, Dale Hall, Lor.gport, by the Socialist missionary, Alexan
June 30, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Tkt lelter from Mauclie»ter-»quare, complaining of the conduc pur.utd «t t Pool Office receiving-house in Uiat neighbourhood ! ought tobe authenticated. We often receive similar communi stUont, which, though Uiey may often be true, we ctnnot rsndn ttieful to th* public an accoun
June 30, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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middles ~ex~se™Tm^^ C r.ln. CS 4 e H 6eS ' ion > ™ ?? lhii > morning, before Mr Ser- geant Adams and a full bench of magistrates exriaLK J" 1 "' h u VinS been sworn - t,,e Chairman briefly upttodiJchaS 1 ?? &f thC dUtiCB thC} ' WCIC CaUC^ thh*!e P ri c r nd:ir ° is a , n " xtr r
June 30, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MU. J. L. LEVISON.

MU. J. L. LEVISON.

TO THE EDITORS THE SHEFFIELD IRIS Slug,—Knowing that your paper has now many readers in Doncaster and its neighbourhood, will, with your |termi»- sion, make use of your columns for the pur|iose addressing those in our locality who are the friends of moral, social, and political
June 30, 1840 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SHEFFIELD IIHS.

THE SHEFFIELD IIHS.

No. 2780. Vol. 53. covavTT or szsmmT. The intention i* most resjtectfulhf announced of Publishing, by S'lhseripiion, in one handsome Volume, Royal Octavo, juice to Subscribers One Pound.— and Octavo, Twelve Shillings, Bound in Cloth, The SaUbUahad 1757. TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1840. T
June 30, 1840 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ZSZsB Or MAH AMO The Royal Mail Steam-packets QUSEN THIS ZSZ*SS, William Gill, Commander, and MONA’S ZSZ.B, Edward Quayi.e. Commander,

ZSZsB Or MAH AMO The Royal Mail Steam-packets QUSEN THIS ZSZ*SS, William Gill, Commander, and MONA’S ZSZ.B, Edward Quayi.e. Commander,

WILL leave George's Pierhead, for DOUGLAS, every Morning (except Sunday) Ten o'clock : and Douglas cvety morning (except Sunday) at Eight o’clock, until the end of the season, with the Mail and Passengers Only. Passengers and their Luggage put onboard and landed at each port, fr
June 30, 1840 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
poa THE TOILET OR HAHUKKaCHIRP.

poa THE TOILET OR HAHUKKaCHIRP.

poa THE TOILET HAHUKKaCHIRP. Prejtared expressly fur the Royal Family. An entirely new. elegant, and refreshing Perfume, superior to any article ever before offered for pu'die patron age, retaining delightful fragrance for day*, anil even after being washed, without smelling ftim
June 30, 1840 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ESTABLISHED JN 175

ESTABLISHED JN 175

No. DCCCCXXXVIII New Series. At No. 9, MINCING-LANE, THIS DAY, June 30, at One precisely, GINGER, 2227 Bags and Rubios E.I. NUTMEGS, Cask CLOVES, 16 Bags Cloves PEPPER, Cnsks Pod. Samples and catalogues at No. 9, Mincing-lane. KENSINGTONS. PAINES and YOUNG, Brokers. At the LONDO
June 30, 1840 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PRIVATE CONTRACTS.

PRIVATE CONTRACTS.

NOW building, under the inspection of Lloyd’s surveyor, all of English oak, to stand A years, Messrs. Humphry and Co.’s, Wincolmlee-yard, Hull, a NEW SHIP, of about tons register (O M.) ; length of keel, llift. Gin. rake of stem. Bft; extreme breadth, 30ft. depth of hold, 20ft,
June 30, 1840 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

On Thubbdat next, the July, at Twelve o'clock, the Quay, Brunswick Dock, / Barrels TURPENTINIT Barrels TAR, r Now landing ex United Kingdom, fr >a Charleston. —Apply to Duncan Gibb, E»q.. Merchant; or to HENRY GLYNN and SON. Brokers. FREEHOLD ESTATES IN LOWER BRBBISOTON, IN THE
June 30, 1840 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England