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To SHIPWRIGHTS, BUILDERS, CARPENTERS, and Others. Capital MAIDEN.ELM, and Other TIMBER, for.SALE, Gloucestershire. BRITfGE YATE, in the Parish of Wick

To SHIPWRIGHTS, BUILDERS, CARPENTERS, and Others. Capital MAIDEN.ELM, and Other TIMBER, for.SALE, Gloucestershire. BRITfGE YATE, in the Parish of Wick

and Assotr. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. F. MILES, On Tuesday, the of December, 1840, At the GRIFFIN BRIDGE YATE, At Four o'Clock in th* Afternoon, in Lots, which will appear in handbills, MAIDEN ELM, SO MAIDEN OAK, & Two MAIDEN ASH TREES, now standing npon Lands BRIDGE YATE, a
December 10, 1840 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
KEYNSIIAM UNION. Board Guardians hereby give Notice, that they -L are open to receive TENDERS (from parties willing Contractor ihesupplyof

KEYNSIIAM UNION. Board Guardians hereby give Notice, that they -L are open to receive TENDERS (from parties willing Contractor ihesupplyof

BREAD, for Three Months, from the 25th December the 25th March, 1841 ; the Bread to be made of the best Household Flour. The Con • tractors to state the price per Loaf of 4 bs. each.— The Union is divided into the following? Districts for the supply of Bread only, viz:— No. 1. C
December 10, 1840 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

London, Thursday Evening. It is calculated sober and experienced judges, that the British infantry is short by men of which would be requisite discharge the duties •^ , 1 \ even in time of peace, with any decent consideration health and comfort of the soldier. , - c France.—The
December 12, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Our Foreign Intelligence this week is of a decided and pacific character ; the Soult-Guizot policy has triumphed the French

Our Foreign Intelligence this week is of a decided and pacific character ; the Soult-Guizot policy has triumphed the French

Chambers, and Mehemet Ah has officially communicated his submission. omit here all allusion to the important advices relative to the China expedition which are possession of, not because they do not legitimately fall under the head of our foreign intelligence, but because we wis
December 12, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ST. JOHN'S WARD.-THE QUO WARRANTO.

ST. JOHN'S WARD.-THE QUO WARRANTO.

THE EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. Sin, —Although any discussion of a dispute between private individuals is, under ordinary circumstances, highly undesirable, still, when the subject matter of that dispute concerns the public, the rule no longer holds. The whole then, with th
December 12, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Dec. 8.

FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Dec. 8.

DF.CLAKATIONS INSOLVENCY. WILLIAM SOUTH, late of Bethna! green, victualler—BENJAMlN SPITTLE, Walham green, Fulham. horse dealer—GEO. HANNAM, Manchester, victualler—JOHN STONE SMALLFIELD, Newgate street, printer—MASON and SCOTT, Leeds, book sellers—HUG H JULIAN ROBERTS, Old Londo
December 12, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CRIM. CON.—DAMAGES. £500.

CRIM. CON.—DAMAGES. £500.

In the Sheriff's Court, London, on the 4th instant, an action was brought by akefield against Sothers, to recover compensation for criminal intercourse of the defendant with the wife of the plaintiff. The damages were laid at £2,000. The case excited much interest in the city, a
December 12, 1840 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
JCOXGDON respectfully annoui ces o the « Coonty and City that lie FOURTH WINTER BALL will take plan- TUESDAY the

JCOXGDON respectfully annoui ces o the « Coonty and City that lie FOURTH WINTER BALL will take plan- TUESDAY the

of December next, at the ROYAL SUBSCRITION ROOMS, Exeter. LADY PATKONF.SS. THE RIGHT HON. LADY CATHERINE FELLOWES. STEWARDS. LORD POLTIMOBE. LORD COURTENAY. SIR HUMPHREY P. DAVIE. SIR AUTHUR CHICHESTER. SIR ROBERT NEWMAN. MR. BULLER, Downe*. MR. DIVETT, M.P. Mr. J. Fl. Mason, Ma
December 12, 1840 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BIRTHS. Dec. 4, Exeter, the lady of Major Hallifax. 3 Regiment, of a son. - Dec. 5, Kirkoswald.Cumberland. the lady

BIRTHS. Dec. 4, Exeter, the lady of Major Hallifax. 3 Regiment, of a son. - Dec. 5, Kirkoswald.Cumberland. the lady

of Fetherstonhaugh, Esq., of son and heir. _ Dec. 4. Albemarle Street. London, the lady °' Jarrett, Esq.. of Canierton Court, Somersetshire, daughter. Dec. 8, the Vicarage, Southleigh, Devon, the of the Rev. John Mules, of daughter. , . Dec. 5, at Wonnington, Gloucestershire, th
December 12, 1840 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ORIGINAL. plll'lir": Dearest! deem not—if oft Ido not say, " Thy form is beautiful ;-thy face fair; - Therefore coldly

ORIGINAL. plll'lir": Dearest! deem not—if oft Ido not say, " Thy form is beautiful ;-thy face fair; - Therefore coldly

gaxc on beauty rare. Nor feel the power possessed such alway. Thou art to me, c'en like the light of day. Most beautiful, and prised beyond compare; And, were not thy smile each day to share, heart would droop like fairest flowers of May O'erta'en sudden frost. Spring's gentle v
December 12, 1840 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England