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BRISTOL MARKETS.

BRISTOL MARKETS.

BRItSTOL. MARKETS. letIeBit. Calvos .. .. Ib lls Beasts .. .. 2O; Ass .. .. 0 IBeef,per cwl..* Sheep ?? Pigs .. .. 184 Mutton, PCI l° 6S Hrores.. .. S6 Ssckhiigditto 14 IPigs,per 5.sc BRISTOL CORN EXCHANGE. Saglish Wheat, per im,. Mlalt, pal e, per bush. S0 ?? 6 8 0 " brown, ditt
October 17, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
NEWMARKET OCTOBER MEETING.

NEWMARKET OCTOBER MEETING.

N1?\VMARKET ?? 1?3EETING. TIJesOAY, OCoitrjt~ 13. O~ne Hur,(lred Polunds, bi. ft. Sut. 71b. eachb. T.Y.C. Caohnel Anason's La Gitann . . . I llr Pettit's Lanigolee . * . . . 2 Won lby a length. Fifty Poundis, for two yeara olgl colts, 8at. 71b. ; fillies, 8st. .51lb. T. Y.C. tI,
October 17, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE CHARTIST CIRCULAR.

THE CHARTIST CIRCULAR.

Petersburg, and to go to any country I pleased, Poland excepted. He offered any sum of money I should desire. I declined receiving more than was sufficient to defray my expences to London, and from thence to America. When he found 1 would not take the heavy purse he earnestly pr
October 17, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ACCESSION OF KING WILLIAM H. OF THE NETHERLANDS.

ACCESSION OF KING WILLIAM H. OF THE NETHERLANDS.

ACCESSION OF IKING XVILLIA ' II1. OF THE o N I<TIIEH11tLAWNIS. The Ihague, (Otober S. An extraordinary suppl1ement to the official pap~er (the S/<kits Gozo7artl) publishles the proclamation) of Kving William I. announcing hlis abdication, and like- w~ise the folilowing proclamati
October 15, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
POLICE COMMISSION.

POLICE COMMISSION.

POLICE COMMBISSION. A meeting of' I'olice Commrissioners was hleld on Mlonday-?,sr Tullis ia tile cilair. Tile Committee laltely appointed to consider the Jawls relative to thle paving6 anid causewaybig of thle streets, roaid<, &e. reported tbeir opinlion tlhat thle only cfihctua
October 15, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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GOLD DUST ROBBERY.

GOLD DUST ROBBERY.

GOLD DUST llOBiEllY. W~itltir the ?? fewv days, M\oney 31ose; and tlii' twvo ( 'as~ iars, f'ather and sontf. xvii , it xxiii he recol- lected, were concernirI in and founid guilty of the late remarkabile gold dust robberyt, vvere reml-oved froml he-r Msla~eaty's dockyard5, Plymou
October 19, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DERBYSHIRE MICHAELMAS GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS.

DERBYSHIRE MICHAELMAS GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS.

IDVRRYS)?TYR MTCHAEZMAS eISEEl4 - . QUARER SESSIVNS. These Sessions commenced yesterday, when the busi- ness connected with thb Income and Expenditure of the countyiwas gone through. The Chairman, JonN Bewun, Esq., took the chair at 12 o'clock, and soon after the Court filled, th
October 21, 1840 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

Of a r R c t rs. 0 LONDON, WEDNESDAY EVENING. [FROM osi nt CORRTLIPONDMXM1l f For oney there has i bn niil increa',lo( deina niml.-ani discosnts it o II ive filrtlive' advanced; the first-cato lliitt i srii~ Ilil hire been to d) me i ti ley cent., rli tdC. iniji o eoiliihle t C t
October 16, 1840 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO THE CHARTISTS OF GREAT BRITAIN.

TO THE CHARTISTS OF GREAT BRITAIN.

..LETTER IL BRETHREN,- resume the above subject by shewing you how the Sabbath may be beat employed. We find no instruction concerning the observance of the Sabbath till the Mosaic Law was instituted, in which we find, after the commandment was given, its observance was enforced
October 17, 1840 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

WIfSCELTLA1(EoU5 KEVS,,. THE LATE DUEL. -Lieutenant Harvey Tuckott, who was wounded by tie Earl of Cardigan has left his bed, and is now able to walk about hii ouse, in Hamilton-place. Mr. Tuckett was senior Lieutenant of the regiment when he exchanged with Lieut. Forrest. BOULOG
October 17, 1840 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England