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them out of the of their nhiil Bat hroeae won't do. They require steady trait wind,,at the keep them under neigh, and they tore it they have courage twit to it, end., will ,^ter a right count. You call my attention to the made aw time of Henry the Bth., but «u jtndaeed hy public
December 12, 1840 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE NORTH DEVON JOURNAL, December 10, 1840.

THE NORTH DEVON JOURNAL, December 10, 1840.

JOURNAL OF A WILTSHIRE CURATE. A LESSON FOR MODERN PARSONS. [The following curious paper appeared in one of the daily journals for 1777. and at the time was ascribed to the pen of Dr. Oliver Goldsmith.] Monday. —Received ten pounds from rector. Dr. Snarl, being one half year’s s
December 10, 1840 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
THE UNITED STATES.

THE UNITED STATES.

The last advices announce that the Governor of ennsvlvama lias officially announced that General Harrison is the President elect.
December 11, 1840 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
T'O BE DISPOSED OF, with imni3<liate possession.—The K»jJ Will, Fixtures. of that old v>iabli«b«rti INN, knowa name the •* DUBLIN

T'O BE DISPOSED OF, with imni3<liate possession.—The K»jJ Will, Fixtures. of that old v>iabli«b«rti INN, knowa name the •* DUBLIN

PACKET," situated* near the Fuh Market, in the city of Chester.—For further particulars apply on the premie. The House situated in the immediate neighbourhood of the Coach Offices, and a person wish ins entir the business, affords an opportunity rarely met with. Chester, Dec. 2n
December 11, 1840 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM THE EAST.

IMPORTANT NEWS FROM THE EAST.

. over-land mail has arrived, bringing important information from China, India, and China the news reaches as late as Autf. 4, at which date the operations the expedition against the coast China had been carricd forward with alacrity and succe:s. The island and city of Cliu-an W
December 14, 1840 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENTS.

AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENTS.

rtie meeting i»f the Rutland Agricultural Society at Oakham. the President. Air. H. J. Heathcote, M.P., made the following pointed appeal his hearers. It -well Worth the attentive consideration the agricultural' body :—•' When they saw all classes bent upon improvement—when they
December 14, 1840 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
BATH AND WEST OF ENGLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

BATH AND WEST OF ENGLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

BATH AND WEST ENGLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The annual meeting of this association was held on Tuesday last, Dr. Parry the chair. After the appointment officers for the ensuing year, the Report of the Committee of Superintendence was read, from which the following passages are ex
December 14, 1840 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE DEVIZES GAZETTE. Sir,—ln answer your correspondent S. you* last week's Gazette, 1 beg to refer

TO THE EDITOR OF THE DEVIZES GAZETTE. Sir,—ln answer your correspondent S. you* last week's Gazette, 1 beg to refer

him to the 3rd and 4th, VVm. 4th, (instead of 2 and 3 Win. 4, which must have been a mistake or misprint), cap. 42, sec. 39, and subsequent where he will find an arbitrator appointed by writing is empowered to administer an oath, and compel the attendance of witnesses, Ac., whic
December 10, 1840 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
MARKET LAVINOtfON. THE OLD FROSECUTIUW SOCIETY having been DISSOLVED, GREETING, numerously attended, was held yesterday at the Green Dragon Inn,

MARKET LAVINOtfON. THE OLD FROSECUTIUW SOCIETY having been DISSOLVED, GREETING, numerously attended, was held yesterday at the Green Dragon Inn,

for the purpose of forming a NEW ONE, when a Committee was appointed to draw up rules and regulations. There will another Meeting at the same place, ou Wednesday evening next, six o'clock. JACOB NEWMAN, Secretary, Pro Tem. Market Lavington, December 10th, 1840. OARE, 113 Oa.k, E
December 10, 1840 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
Whims and Oddities.

Whims and Oddities.

Why is man going to be married like one going to a I tench port ? Cos he's going to Havre. " We are going very tast," as the man in a consumption said to a locomotive. The following notice placarded against a house Long-lane, Smithfielrt :— ' This house is removed lower down til
December 12, 1840 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England