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•TO PENALTY ACCOUNT. For Amount of Fines imposed the Magistrates, and at the Sessions 256 7 0 For Amount of Fines from Town Councillors for not attending Council Meetings 5 0 F'or Amount of Fines the Admission of Freedoms of the Borough 11 -TO TRIPPETT TENEMENTS. For Net Amount
October 23, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
The necessary Forms and Information may be obtained by application to Benjamin Jackson, Managing Director, 6, King William Street, City.

The necessary Forms and Information may be obtained by application to Benjamin Jackson, Managing Director, 6, King William Street, City.

A liberal Commission allowed to Solicitors and Agents. AGENTS : Bcrcrley Mr. Wm. Earle, Market-Place. Bradford James Wood, Esq. Solicitor. Doncaster Mr. Bobt. Hartley, Chronicle Office. Halifax Measrs. Alexander. Hull . Messrs. Carton, Harris, and Co. Huddersfield T. Whitehead,
October 23, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Hailtoag Intelligence.

Hailtoag Intelligence.

General TcheSldne, the Inspector-General Public Works Rossis, to Whose mission we alluded in our last, has, during the present week, been engaged in tour of inspection of the principal lines of railway in this country. The general has been accompanied by one of the most eminent
October 23, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
tfrobtnttal VTetos.

tfrobtnttal VTetos.

Mr. A. R. Dottin, the Tory Member for Southampton, has announced his intention to retire from its representation. Mr. Charles Cecil Martyn, who was defeated last election, and the Honourable Mr. Bruce, are to be the new Tory candidates whenever an election takes place. The two n
October 23, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
l:ast*!U&tng Quarter §fcfsston3.

l:ast*!U&tng Quarter §fcfsston3.

Quarter §fcfsston3. The Michaelmas Sessions fer the East-Riding commenced on Monday morning, at ten o’clock, at Beverley, before R. Bethell, Esq., chairman, and the following magistrates;—H. Broadley, Esq., J. R. Watson, Esq., It. Wylie, Esq., Rev. George’ Wray, Rev. John Dobson,
October 23, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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Church Pastoral Aid Socibtt.—We are gratified to 1c arn that the annual report for 1840, which is now in course of publication, contains satisfactory and encouraging account of the proceedings and progress ofthe society. The income for the present year is £16,176 6s. ICkL, being
October 30, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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October 30, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LIBERAL PROTESTANTISM.

LIBERAL PROTESTANTISM.

A few days ago a dinner was given by the whig-radicals of Armagh, to Colonel Raw-nos,—a gentleman, whom his relative, Leonard Don bin, Esq., has recently jobbed into the representation of that borough. In the original list of toasts, the name of the Lord Primate was inserted, bu
October 30, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.

.ie I TO X'ItE EDITOR OF ThE ir1MES, r~~. . Great Yarmouth, Septemabe~r 29, 18s40. Sir,--Aqthttexcaui~t~vc nortnticiien oftborough magis.t ?? by the ~Overintnett fromt one jrolitlerrl party is a griev. anee mnuch eorimplirttid of, I breg tor hait! youi enie of av potitlnon I had
October 17, 1840 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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October 17, 1840 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England