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BRISTOL INSTITUTION.

BRISTOL INSTITUTION.

'bDr W. 8. Carpenter's Museunm :seetares. Ltt'TUlE iV. 'EhCI MAMMALIA are universally regarded as conatituting the 'highest group in thle anireal kingdom; not only as being the one e,, which smal belongs (so far, at least, as his bodily structure is ircorned), but also as posses
September 26, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AN "OUER TRUE" TALE.

AN "OUER TRUE" TALE.

AN " OUER TILUE " TAME. (From Deardeoe's 3fiscellanp.) It wree of tiso afternoon, in thel year 18-, that the magistrates of rtse smnall town of it-, inl the South of Ireland, were 'as- sembiled in session to devise measures for quelling the disturb- ances then so rife and disastr
September 12, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RIUZlWAY INTELLIGMNXE. RAILWAY ConmisssoN.-The commissioners started last Wednesday for York, Newcastle, and Edinbro', to. ex- amine the eastern line to Scotland. B1RMINGUlAM AND GLOUCESTBE TIAILWAY.-The directors of the Birmingham and Gloucester Railway have. determined to conti
September 12, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

9th inst., in Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park, Londouthe lsly of H. F. Alston, Esq.,.of a daughter. 3rd Inst., at Newark, by the Rev. J. G. Bussell, clear, Mr. J. Swift, ?? draper, Tavern-sareel, In this town, to Mies Carpendale, ot tbe former place. Gth test., at St. Mary's Church.
September 12, 1840 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

l E)oLNDER at. a ii ?? Tr l tiiil i ridCay. the I11th day ?? Intt Afternoon, ?? IS TI te oeciinift ion of Dr. 0' 'o~uent--a kitchen, wvith 5 Ii,,~0tteiitogs a store roonm, 6 lu on4) tile gr'tiitit * , oneNI 00. lofty and Of jc0n1, butler's pantry. a hianidsotne Stairicas Liii on
September 5, 1840 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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CENTRAL SUFFOLK AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION

CENTRAL SUFFOLK AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION

IC T L 'CENTRAL UFFOLK ALGRICUtTUUIL.L ASSOCIATION We abridge from ?? le, r Bq Renold a report of the dinuer | which took place at Stowvmarket, on Friday the 16th list.; niot hav~io hard room for at report in onri lastrirnartl.- At four o'clock about 160 gentlemen agriculturists
September 26, 1840 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

I. 22nd iast,, at Rose Cottage, Lowastoft, the Lady of tihe r. Rev. Alfred Hauibury, of a son. 9, 23rd inst., the Lady of Dr. Durraat, of Ipswich, of a son. ?. MWa IRlU D. if A few days since, at Yoxford, by the Rev. Dr. Roberts, s, Mr. William Bate, of Yaxley, to Ailasry, daught
September 26, 1840 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE—TUESDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—TUESDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGEANCE-TuESDA Y. BOW STREET. Mrs. Dorothy Dunopney, weil known in the neigbhbour- hood lof Monnuouth-stfect, tor retelling gin every Sundoy morning, was brought before Mr. Ja rdine, charged by the pollce with keoping her b1u-e OPMn for the sale ot gin, o: the mornhi
September 30, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
UNITED STATES.

UNITED STATES.

LIVERPOOL, SEPe. 11.-The packet ship New York, Captain Barstow, and the ship Adriondach, Captain Hackestaff, arrived here this ?? with New York papers of the 20th July, two days later than those brought by the Great Western. We extract the following monetary and commercial intel
September 12, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON TRADE REPORT.

LONDON TRADE REPORT.

FRIDAY EVENING.-There was little business done to. day in produce, and the public sales went off with heavi- ness, at reduced rates. The arrivals were large from most parts, SuOG.i.-There was a fair demand for WMst Indin Muscovado to-day, and the sales amounted to about 400 ho-g
September 12, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England