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THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

The usual returns of the revenue, made up on Friday last exhibit an increase in the Customs for th- quarter X 312,029 in the Excise of X 65.419. the Stamps of X 46.023. in the Taxes of X 5.043, and in the Post-office of X 10.000. being a iota! increase the ordinary revenue of X
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
At Davidstow. near Camelford, Mrs. Earle, (relict of Mr. Robert Earle, yeoman.) aged 88. Monday the Bth inst., at" Holsw

At Davidstow. near Camelford, Mrs. Earle, (relict of Mr. Robert Earle, yeoman.) aged 88. Monday the Bth inst., at" Holsw

orthv, Mrs. TosseU, aged 82 years, much regretted. June 29, at Sherborne. James Proctor Melmoth, Esq., soli-i:ir, the 60th year of bis age. July- .1, Mr. George Cater, of Cadburv. well known a successful sheep breeder. He died through the effects fall from his horse, going home
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
; TttF. EDITOR THF. * NORTH DEVON JOURNAL.* j Sta. —Ever anxious to uphold the r.--pecrtahility of borough. iniueed crave

; TttF. EDITOR THF. * NORTH DEVON JOURNAL.* j Sta. —Ever anxious to uphold the r.--pecrtahility of borough. iniueed crave

your fir the purpose of rescuing Derb.- f the d 'gradation which a gentleman at the Anti-Derby-Church meeting wished to cast it. Attending the reading rooms Detb .ss is my usual custom. taking up o- c the Barnstaple s to read almost fi-st th ng that caught my eve war the retort
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
To Correspondents.-Mr. Dickinson's letter in our next.

To Correspondents.-Mr. Dickinson's letter in our next.

July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
NORTH DEVON JOURNAL.

NORTH DEVON JOURNAL.

BARNSTAPLE, THURSDAY, Jen: 11, The Poor-la w.—The reluctance which the tories in office betray entering open the consideration of the poor-law, contrasts amazingly with the violence and bitterness with which the Anti-poor-law c'amour was shouted from the hustings and its bacchan
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 

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GUILDHALL, BARNSTAPLE, July 8, 1844.

GUILDHALL, BARNSTAPLE, July 8, 1844.

Before— William Frederick Latham. Esq.. Mayor, John Law. John Maishall, John May, and Robert Budd. Esquires, justices. A boy named Charles Tout was summoned at the instance of Edward Pink'tt. Esq.. of Trafalgar-place, for trespassing on bis field at Newport. Mr P. stated that he
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
THE QUARTER SESSIONS FOR THIS BOROUGH

THE QUARTER SESSIONS FOR THIS BOROUGH

Was heir] in the Guildhall Tuesday, commencing at II o'clock, before William Mackworth Praed, Ess.. recorder and sole jndge. The worshipful the Mayor (William Frederick Latham, Esq ), John Marshall and Robert Bud I, Esquires, jistices, wereal o the bench. The grand jury consiste
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
COUNTY INTELLIGENCE.

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE.

The K.nc of Saxony and suite pa-st-d through Exeter nn Saturday, route to Bath, per Bristol anl Exeter railway. Earl and Countess Forteseue entertained a select clrcle at dinner Wednesday, their residence Gro-- venor-square. (Mutiau to Purchasers of Cheap Tea. woman and three me
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
DEVON COUNTY SESSIONS.

DEVON COUNTY SESSIONS.

Urders Quashed. v. r"ruwvs , Morcuard; Offwell tr. Widwortby ; Spreytoa c. Southta» ton. Entered and Adjourned.— Asubuxtoi r. Minaton; St Bernard, Cornwall r. East Stoneh-vo.se; Cheritoo Fitzpa r. Cadbury : St Dominick. Cornwall, r. Cirvtou. Prisoni-rs.— Transported Ten Years.—
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
A VISIT TO THE CONSPIRATORS.

A VISIT TO THE CONSPIRATORS.

VISIT TO THE CONSPIRATORS. letter the Nation' afforls a striking picture of Mr. O'Connell and his companions. The visitor says I met the Great Man in the garden, walking with I lis gifted daoghter, Mrs. Fitrimnn, and followed by iri *ade of her sons, as manly and gallant-looking
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England