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BILSTON.

BILSTON.

Highway Robbery.—On Tuesday night last, as a person named Hanley was on his way from Bilston to Willennall, was waylaid and robbed of a bundle and three half-crowns, one shilling, and sixpence, and very much hurt. appears that bad been some time out of the country, and tbe road
December 12, 1840 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
LIST OF FAIRS AND CATTLE MARKETS.

LIST OF FAIRS AND CATTLE MARKETS.

Dec. H. Faieley, Kinfare, Brandon. Rugby, Warwick, Daventry. ' 13. Tamworth, Coventry cattle fair, Nuneaton, Shipston-on-Stour, Worcester, Market ' 17. Kettering, Banbury, Biceiter. «»roorou n. iy. Northampton. " 22. Stone. 23. Kineton.
December 12, 1840 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
THE ORDER OF THE GARTER.

THE ORDER OF THE GARTER.

Windsor, Dec. 4.—Sir William Woods, from th Herald's College, has beea engaged during the week ii the choir St. George's Chapel in taking down the ban ners of several of the deceased Knights of the Garter and putting up those of the Knights who have recently been elected Compani
December 12, 1840 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

CHINA, INDIA, AND EGYPT. (From the Timet of Tuesday.) extraordinary courier from Marseilles, who has performed the journey with unusual rapidity • we have received, in anticipation of the overland mail papers and letters from our correspondents in all parts of the East containin
December 12, 1840 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
WEST KENT GUARDIAN. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1840. It is usual for men whose conduct has been made the subject reprobation

WEST KENT GUARDIAN. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1840. It is usual for men whose conduct has been made the subject reprobation

or censure, to endeavour to excite a prejudicial feeling against the assailing party, by questioning the motives which have dictated the attack. Now, however little such a mode of defence can affect the validity of any charge of misconduct, it not unfrequently happens that, by a
December 12, 1840 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
S 3FI M«S

S 3FI M«S

S M«S COAL PIT you II man na !*«e, ™ «nfartua*triy 'kHied *at *RowieT"Moor coai-jit, near Rochdale. 1 ACCIDENT. —OB Wednesday morning, a most shocking accident occurred Oatland * mill, near this town. The engineroan. »"<*« nana it John Hardcastle, whilst attending ,to hia du«tea,
December 12, 1840 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

ROBBING A WiHßoi'ie.—On Saturday last a young man named Thomas Boyes, (an apprentice at Messrs. Garnett's, this town, worsted •pinners, was apprehended on suspicion of having * f rom the warehouse, containing about *B. seems one of Messas. Garnett's warehousemen, named Oddy, kep
December 12, 1840 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LEEDS

THE LEEDS

bump* are located there,) and then a joke her .about siskin' wifc, an* «oon, and jumps up a colounn, and a-sayin, such thinf. missed that guess, any how. Take that for not guessin' better !' and to slap me, and all that ; but actually re jump over the moon for delight, Don tmy g
December 12, 1840 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
December 12. Tire BOT urchin, at ** mischievous and upiegU, no de?n»•» telligence. Several the magistrateship!? '*• prison yesterday, and

December 12. Tire BOT urchin, at ** mischievous and upiegU, no de?n»•» telligence. Several the magistrateship!? '*• prison yesterday, and

a entered the apartment of her Mai plied, " wanted know Palace. was desirous of knowing the the people, and I thought de"cr mi ,, b s ? f look very well in book." When aXd he had spoken any bookseller on the ? replied, No, had not; but 1 theless, an account of the Palace, and of
December 12, 1840 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

ON COURTS MARTIAL. TO TUE EDITOR OF TUE BOMBAY GAZETTE. Sta,—ln consequence of a recent occurrence, I address you on a subject in which all Military men are concerned ; and in hope of drawing such notice thereto as may have the effect of putting down a very unjust practice which
December 9, 1840 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India