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POLICE.—THIS DAY.

POLICE.—THIS DAY.

POLICE. —THIS DAY. UNION-HALL.—cabman, was brought before Mr. Cottingham, charged with being drunk and furiously driving; was also charged with assaulting John Westcolt, 97 L, the execution of his duty. The officer said that about five o’clock yesterday afternoon he saw the priso
June 29, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ANNUAL OUTGOINGS.

ANNUAL OUTGOINGS.

£. i. Apportioned Land-tax , , 110 0 Quit-rent to the said Manor 012 0 Poisesslon of all the Lots will be given Old Micnaelmaa next. Particulars and conditions of may be had of Metsieura oopet and Son. Solicitor*, Bast Derehair of Mr. SpetmaiL Thetford Wool Fair WILL BELL INN. T
June 29, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
&t)e AND VOL. XXXIX.—No. 2008 ]

&t)e AND VOL. XXXIX.—No. 2008 ]

AND VOL. XXXIX.—No. 2008 imperial parliament. HOUSE OF LORDS. FRIDAY, Juki 21. Lord ABERDEEN. In antwer to question from I-ord CutBiNOON, explained the course bad adopted in reference to a proposition submitted to him br Lord llanelagh in be* half of Don Carlos. was proposed that
June 29, 1844 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
THOMAS GLOVER

THOMAS GLOVER

rf'IAKES this opportunity of informing the Friends of his late Father, (hat the Business will in future he carried himself, and begs solicit continuance their support. Kuowle, June 251 h, 1811. SALE, well-seasoned OAK, ELM, and DEAL BOARDS, OAK HEART and SAP LATH, OAK SCANTLING
June 29, 1844 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
rfilttTGD AND PGBLISnBO

rfilttTGD AND PGBLISnBO

the Proprietor. HENRY BHAKPB. Printer,at hlsuriigj; IfSjjh Street, in the Parish of Saint Mary, in the Soroush wick, in the County of Warwick; where AavsaftMWWft Communications are recelred.—AdrertilraneiiU and also token in Mews. Nawrow and Co.. No. 9, Newsale-street; Mr. R. Ba
June 29, 1844 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 

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SATURDAY, June 29, 1844.

SATURDAY, June 29, 1844.

ALPORT HOUSE, NEAR BAKEWELL, DERBYSHIRE. APARTMENTS. Completely Furnished, suitable for a genteel Family, or a Gentleman and Two Ladies, maybe bad immediately. Application to be made to Mr Elbt, the Proprietor; or Mr MoaRLBT, Auctioneer, BakewelL Alport House is situated In one
June 29, 1844 - Buxton Herald - Buxton, Derbyshire, England
 
Punch. Part XXXV.

Punch. Part XXXV.

Mobe of monthly mentor than monthly momus; redolent of much that is wise and benevolent, sound and beautiful in morality, and full of quips and quillets sparkling and unrivalled in their wit. Punch grows stronger every week and is swallowed with amasiog avidity by all our friend
June 29, 1844 - Buxton Herald - Buxton, Derbyshire, England
 
MANCHESTER CORN EXCHANGE.

MANCHESTER CORN EXCHANGE.

Joke 22.—This day’s market it of a similar character: in some instances, rather less money is taken for inferior wheats, and common flours are rather lower. Oats, oatmeal, and beans, steady at former rates. Fine malt Is. per load dearer.
June 29, 1844 - Buxton Herald - Buxton, Derbyshire, England
 
THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF WESTMINSTER AND THEIR BROTHELS.

THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF WESTMINSTER AND THEIR BROTHELS.

THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF WEST- I MINSTER AND THBIR BROTIELS. TO TIaI EDITOR oF THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SIR-Had not the editor of the Siandard ehoseu to term the pitiable exhibition made by the Bighop of Gloncester on Tasaday on this subject a "' mest triumphant refutation," I shoul
June 29, 1844 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
"PROPERTY HAS ITS DUTIES AS WELL AS ITS RIGHTS."

"PROPERTY HAS ITS DUTIES AS WELL AS ITS RIGHTS."

PROPERTY HAS ITS DUTIES' AS WVELL AS ITS WtGHFTS.' [FROM THE 6COTSMAN.I Six year8 have scearcely passed away (W2d May, 1838) eilicein a letter addressed to the Tipperary magistrates, tbe late lamcntee Mr. D)rummond first gave utterance to the above memorable words, the moral iorc
June 29, 1844 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England