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SURREY SESSIONS—THURSDAY.

SURREY SESSIONS—THURSDAY.

SURRBY SESSIONS-THURSDAY LBefore the Thy. G. W. OslolDw, chairmfan, Rev. Arthur Onslow, T. R. Ward, E-q., ant Other notices,] Mr, DUNN, THE IRISH i3ARRISTAEI, AGiIN. The charge of assiult prefer-ed by this individull against Captain Lechtnere, Mr. Crawley, the landlord of the Par
July 4, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.—FRIDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.—FRIDAY.

POLICE lVTBLLIGBA'CE.-FRIDAY. -"b BOW-BTAWIR. About three weeks ago, a woman named Johannea Bland was breught tp this office, charged with neglecting her child, Mary Anne Bland ,and after some evidence was taken. the prsloner was remanded, In order to ascertain, whether thechild
July 4, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ADDRESSES FROM THE BRITISH JEWS TO HER MAJESTY AND PRINCE ALBERT.

ADDRESSES FROM THE BRITISH JEWS TO HER MAJESTY AND PRINCE ALBERT.

ADDRBSSIS FR1tOMJ TH), BRITISH JEWS ITO ,IIR MMAJhS 'YAND PRIWCB ALBBfti'. The followiog address was presented to her Majesty at the Levee, on Wedoesday last, from the London Comniutee of Deputies of BHitisb Jew3, by a deputildon from tie bsar$, eousistiog of Sir MOeS xortefl3re,
July 4, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TRIAL OF EDWARD OXFORD FOR HIGH TREASON.

TRIAL OF EDWARD OXFORD FOR HIGH TREASON.

ITRIAL OF EDWARD OXFORD FOR IIIGHI I TREASON. CENTRAI. CRtIINAL COUIIT-TIIVRSD\Y, 'IThis morning having been fixed hy the judges at the last sessions of the Central Criminal Court for the trial of Edward Oxford, charged with ilie offence of c not high troaoU, the Old Court at nin
July 14, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

?? at lWichaela.next, ! oo to N50to cres, eit ihe r in Car nDr- 1 f I'al wtot peflfltetr to shroat. oS tr J. 13. at thle office of this paper. e~to RC~t at ASchaelula Next, tjo ¶200 Acresinthe County 4fro'1 ~ aetilt. ti~re Vra of Clwyd pftt~wthparhicilaCS as tot quality DIY r I.
July 14, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
The North Wales Chronicle.

The North Wales Chronicle.

I I Bangor, Tuesday, July 14, 1840 oi O gladiatorship in the Commons is over for fr msasn, we ?? Stanley having floor- C :s nisaonist nine rounds out of ten, and see- S SC tal wilth hi5 dodging and slipping down was no chance of going in to finish, walked W Tn off the ground, to
July 14, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Flintshire Quarter Sessions.

Flintshire Quarter Sessions.

r10 llmtnhio ?? at- b- f rltzatshire quarter Sessions, IC The Trinily Quarter Sessions for this county w(r" le held et the Sthire-hall, Mold, on Thursday, the 2nd 3 inst., beoore the lloi. Lloyd Kesyon, Clirmos C. ;o lnlynsy Trevor Rootr, Esq.; Col. PhilliPs; I homs. s. Mlther, l
July 14, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
MONTGOMERYSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

MONTGOMERYSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

IMON ICGOMERYSHIRE QUARTERSESSIONS. .. ?? . 1. . . .. 11. I . . . On TIhurisday, thesa Sessions were held. Tie ca- Il lendtir was not a very heavy one, and as the eases pos. GQ sessed little interest we shall merely give the result. Thootns Beetsoau, a native of Wolverhampton, co
July 14, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

DTS. , On the 13tWilnst. the wife of Mtr. R. Edmlunds, of the A\ Registrar's Office, in this etty of a son. cl 01n tie 11th inst, at Pearalit, near Llangefil, the lady of Willian Jones, Esq. of a sOIU -. On tre oth Inst. at Talcynaisnrau, near P41heili, the lady l of Cyril Willia
July 14, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

A VO)ICE TO TilE JEWS. 'Awake, arise, orho for everfallen !"-MIIrrONrr Awake, awake, thou slumbr'ring soul Soul ofu fiallon race airise- FlY to the laud that is thy goal, JEIIUSALErb, thy Paradise. Awake, atwake,thy legions now ANo louigrir bear oppressio'es yoke; See! there are
July 14, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales