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THE STATE CHURCH IN THE COLONIES.

THE STATE CHURCH IN THE COLONIES.

[From the (Jamaica) Baptist Herald.] We are told that the state church is the poor man's church. Is it? Who pays for it? Why the public. By what means? By taxes. And who pays the taxes? The rich man,—the proprietors ? No, they alone do not, it is the consumer of those articles,
June 29, 1840 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
EXAMINATIONS FOR HONOURS.

EXAMINATIONS FOR HONOURS.

MATIIENIATICS. Charles James Hargreave, U. C. CLASSICS, (arranged in the order of proficiency,) Joseph Gonge Greenwood, U. C., University Scholar. Charles Peter Mason, U. C. Charles James Hargreave, U. C. George David Jones, K. C. William Shaen. The University Scholarship in Cla
June 29, 1840 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
Ely W.onbatt Oalette. FRIDAY, JUNE 26.

Ely W.onbatt Oalette. FRIDAY, JUNE 26.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. W. Davey and J. Winnett, Wellington-street, Goswell-street, dyers— R. and .1. Stoddart, Red Lion-street, Clerkenwell, watch-manufacturers —T. Tozer and It. Carron, Dean-street, Oxford-street, and Tottenhamcourt-road, ironmongers —J. Bruckshaw and W. Wilso
June 29, 1840 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
GROCERIES.

GROCERIES.

I would notice Soap as having been scarce during the whole year, now selling at £45 to £5O per ton, the preference given to London makers, it has not however exceeded £56 per ton, except for a few days, when some small parcels were disposed of at £6O per ton. Mould Candles have
June 29, 1840 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
AN Established CHEMIST and DRUGGIST, in one of the most respectable neighbourhoods in the Vicinity of London. is in want

AN Established CHEMIST and DRUGGIST, in one of the most respectable neighbourhoods in the Vicinity of London. is in want

of an APPRENTICE. A respectable youth would have an opportunity of acquiring a thorough knowledge of his business, and find a comfortable, quiet home, where his morals will be watched. Adress (post-paid) to Mr. Bower, Stcckwell-place, Clapham-road.
June 29, 1840 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
-I This Days. broad since 0 11 r d limited. ry at late rato , no v • bacon and

-I This Days. broad since 0 11 r d limited. ry at late rato , no v • bacon and

s of provisions O. II 7° 60 7° 61 5 0 # 49 # o u 13° 11 61 40 46 44 90 46 7° 5/ g 4646 e 46 jl Hams . • itto • • itto of Bacon ork, itto .. • - T. very exten9ire2%.3,4i demand for a. r ver, in order to Czit) , submitted ro the derns tatoes were tO ll 10 " 0 tons of ol d . .„0 1
June 30, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Aftlisallantotts Enttlligtna.

Aftlisallantotts Enttlligtna.

A fancy fair in aid of the Woolwich national schools was held on Wednesday, under the immediate patronage of her Majesty the Queen Dowager, the Countess of Wilton, and several other ladies o - f distinction: There will be a bazaar got up under the arrangement of the Hon. and Rev
June 30, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BRISTOL SUGAR MARKET, JUNE 26.

BRISTOL SUGAR MARKET, JUNE 26.

Sugars, both raw and refined, have advanced materially since our last, and almost everything taken as soon as brought forward. The acknowledged deficiency in the crops for this season, and the generally received opinion that Government will not admit any description of foreign s
June 30, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

TIHE MORNING CHRONICLE. I. ON D)0 N: AIMONDA Y, JUAN1 S9, 1840. The proceedhigs in the committee of the House of CoInIusn, last Friday night, upon Lord Staaley's Bill, are well calculated to alarmn and inflame Ire. land. Between the absence of seine Liberals, and the treason oft
June 29, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

Viecowctt Melbourne Lad an audience yesterday of the Queen. Prince Albert rode on horileback: yesterday morainig to the review, attended 11y Sir ?? 13uwa.ter, Colonel Blouverie, colonri Wylile, and Sir OanrleP Amonc Hise Royal ?? returned to Buckinghai P'alace Boon atiftr two 'c
June 30, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England