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BIRTHS. ult. at the rectory, Wing, Rutlandshire, the lady of the Rev. Charles Boys, of a daughter. lst inst. at

BIRTHS. ult. at the rectory, Wing, Rutlandshire, the lady of the Rev. Charles Boys, of a daughter. lst inst. at

Great Warley, the wife of Mr. William Eldred, of daughter. 2nd inst. in Albion-street, Hyde Park, the lady of Frederick Walford, Esq. of a daughter. 7th inst. East Ham, Mrs. Joseph Fry, of son. MARRIED. 27th ult. at tbe Independent Chapel, Harwich, and in the presence of Mr. H.
December 11, 1840 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
WAUELBT BKIDdF, BEAM MVQKLEY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Mr. ADtB t Ob TBMtey. tk* IMh tey ■■>!>. IMA. »t

WAUELBT BKIDdF, BEAM MVQKLEY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Mr. ADtB t Ob TBMtey. tk* IMh tey ■■>!>. IMA. »t

WOLOKLSV lIMIDOK FARM, mmr RCOELEY, (Ms mAm tnm Um MMMb HtaAM.I TUB PKOPRRTT OF MR. YATES: mta te imbibti a« twMwo-dock; CONSISTING 90 to 40 prtoc wd rim Saw■or aad Sutt-fad Horotod atort-torwad OXEN, COWS, HEIFERS ; wry thick CWiatmao Bart -Iwa Pat CALVES. 19 ISO Fat Lowealar a
December 12, 1840 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
O’CONNELL AND THE ENGLISH RADICALS.

O’CONNELL AND THE ENGLISH RADICALS.

The fblkmiaf it part at the letter io which Mr. O CooneU accepted inti tat ion to dine with the Radical Reformer* of Leeda. It ta adiircned Hamer Stantfield, Raq., gentleman who, according to the Mrrcmry. declined the mayoralty of that boroogh that might wet interrupted in his e
December 12, 1840 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
The Exeter Gazette last week furnished it readers with one those strong decoctions of bigotry and intolerance, which diseased appetites,

The Exeter Gazette last week furnished it readers with one those strong decoctions of bigotry and intolerance, which diseased appetites,

craving for stimulants, could alone receive. It was in the shape of an attack upon the Catholic Clergyman of St. Nicholas' Chapel, in this city. We will venture to say that all who know the rev. gentleman, and the exemplary unpretending humble walk and conversation which has mar
December 12, 1840 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PRICES OF STOCKS.

PRICES OF STOCKS.

BRITISH. Mo.Ju.\\\e. foreign. Mo.lv.We. Bank Stock Belgian 984 3percent.Red.. Brazilian 71 71* ~ percent. Cons Colombian... 244. 2i 3§ per cent Danish '. _ •' percent. Red 98 Dutch pr cents ,11 New per cent 97| 98 j Dutch per cents or? India Stock.... Portuguese, new _ _ Ditto B
December 12, 1840 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ALTAR PIECE. THS DESCENr THE AFTER RUBENS. ''IP HE above Specimen of British Manufacture is open for J- public inspection

ALTAR PIECE. THS DESCENr THE AFTER RUBENS. ''IP HE above Specimen of British Manufacture is open for J- public inspection

Wiicocks, and Brock's CARPET HALL AND CABINET WAREHOUSE. 177, T, BASTES, 177, ALSO OF NOVEL DESIGN, The Colours beautifully blended. two the best CAiti'EXlNy, AND THE MOST EXXfiWSIVB STOCK OF CABINET FURNITURE. DRAPERS OTHERS. LET, with possession at Christmas, a very sub- stant
December 12, 1840 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
A HOUSE AND LET TO be Let from Christmas next. No 1 Lone Brook Street, Exeter; consisting >hop Fronf, a

A HOUSE AND LET TO be Let from Christmas next. No 1 Lone Brook Street, Exeter; consisting >hop Fronf, a

parlour, kitchen, and bed-rooms, Wlt and pump adjoining now occupied John Scoble, Grocer who will show the Premises. ' For further particulars apply to >j rs . KENDALL Hill* Couit, the owner. ' WOOLLEN FACTORY. TO be Let Private Contract, for a Term of 14 or year*, all tha' de-i
December 12, 1840 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
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December 12, 1840 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LE mA M&ctiifed obiector to Sunday work will deny hi* bit of" posting public rate receiver" Sunday* jslikely enough, but

LE mA M&ctiifed obiector to Sunday work will deny hi* bit of" posting public rate receiver" Sunday* jslikely enough, but

that any one will believe '?. not *» probable. Our correspondent * address is sufficient for ourselves, and we •pprove hi* spirited readine** to confirm hi* statement v application at oar office. I» the . would like to blazon more Sunday.workl rou . him to a name which might H!S
December 12, 1840 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DOMESTIC NEWS.

DOMESTIC NEWS.

At the monthly meeting of the Presbytery of Glasgow, on Wednesday, a memorial to Lord Lichfield, and another to the Marquis of Norman, by, were agreed to, requesting them to take measures to prevent the transmission of mails on Sun. days by railway. _ Now that the Tories have ou
December 12, 1840 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England