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WINE (in Bond), per Pipe. •E .e .€ .' Port, Ist class, old 2d and 3d ditto 2B 35 Burgundy,

WINE (in Bond), per Pipe. •E .e .€ .' Port, Ist class, old 2d and 3d ditto 2B 35 Burgundy,

Red (per hhd.).... Light and Common l7 26 White — Sherry, Ist quality old, high Claret flavoured (per butt) 5O 74 Hermitage, 2d 2d and 3d quality 3O 45 3d 2O 25 4th and sth ditto l5 20 Hock Madeira, East I. fine 4O 55 Cape Madeira, best Ditto, very fine 7O 80 2d and 3d quality W
August 26, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PENZANCE. Wheat, white, Ss. 4d.; red, 7s. 4d. Barley, 45.4 d. Oats, 2s. 4d. Butter, 11d. Beef, 6.0. Mutton, 6d.

PENZANCE. Wheat, white, Ss. 4d.; red, 7s. 4d. Barley, 45.4 d. Oats, 2s. 4d. Butter, 11d. Beef, 6.0. Mutton, 6d.

Veal, sd. Pork, sd. Potatoes; ss. per bushel.
August 26, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
UXBRIDGE.-Corn Inspector's Return, Aug. 24. • Wheat, 161.105. to 211.05. ; New, 151. 10s. to 201.05.; Barley, per quarter, 388,

UXBRIDGE.-Corn Inspector's Return, Aug. 24. • Wheat, 161.105. to 211.05. ; New, 151. 10s. to 201.05.; Barley, per quarter, 388,

to 445. Od.; Oats, 275. Od. to 325. Od.; Beans, 38s. Od., new, 445.; Rye, Os. Od. Os. Od.; Peas, 345. Od. to 40s. Od. • WIGTON, Aug. 23. 2- Wheat, 325. Od. to 365. Od. ' • Barley, 15s. Od. to 19s. Od.; Oats, 12s. is. 6d.; Rye, 20s. Od. to 21g. Od. ; Beans, Os. Od. to Os. Od.; Pe
August 26, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE LATE CHARLES MATHEWS.

THE LATE CHARLES MATHEWS.

On a small white marble tablet, placed against the wall of the western vestibule of St. Andrew's Church, Plymouth, but a very few yards from his grave, are inscribed the following lines, to perpetuate his memory, and mark the spot where his dust reposes:— "NEAR THIS SPOT ARE DEP
August 26, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
........ LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, Aug. 24. d. d. ' d. 100 Sea F:lands 30 Stalaed Do. - 7.. owed —

........ LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, Aug. 24. d. d. ' d. 100 Sea F:lands 30 Stalaed Do. - 7.. owed —

120 West India si 8 i .8 0 New Orleans Bahama, &c — } ^. 7 Alabama, &c. Smyrna, &c. — 570 Pernambuco 990 Bahia 390 Maranham si 9i La Guayra. - Mina Upland - Demerara
August 26, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MARYPORT, Aug. 22. Wheat, 20s. oth to 30s. Od. Barley, 13s. Od. to 15s. 6d. Oats, 10s. Od. to I

MARYPORT, Aug. 22. Wheat, 20s. oth to 30s. Od. Barley, 13s. Od. to 15s. 6d. Oats, 10s. Od. to I

2s. Od per bushel. Potatoes, 6d. to Od. per stone. Butter, 12d. per lb, Eggs, 12 . for Is.
August 26, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THAMES.

THAMES.

A DRUNKEN WIFE.—On T - u - e ,llr. Sayre, a respectable tradesman in High-street, Shadwell, and .constable of the palish, applied to M. Ballautine to request his advice under circumstances of R very sin' gular nature.—Mr. Sayre mentioned that a woman: named Demure was ' locked u
August 26, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
BRAMPTON, Aug. 13. Wheat, 225. Oct. to 31s. Od.; Oats, 10s. Od. to 138. 6d.; Barley, 16s. Od. to Bs.

BRAMPTON, Aug. 13. Wheat, 225. Oct. to 31s. Od.; Oats, 10s. Od. to 138. 6d.; Barley, 16s. Od. to Bs.

6d.; Rye, 20s. 6d. to 21s. 6d.; Beans, —s. Od. to —s. Oct. ; Peas, —s. Od. lo —s. Od..
August 26, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
ROMSEY, Aug. 24. Wheat, 171. Os. to ISI. ss. per load. Barley, 345. to 375. per quarter, Oats, 24 to

ROMSEY, Aug. 24. Wheat, 171. Os. to ISI. ss. per load. Barley, 345. to 375. per quarter, Oats, 24 to

265. Beans, 40s. to 445. Peas, 38s. to 40s.
August 26, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC EDUCATION. Of all the questions which have been debated by the Houses of Parliament in the session of 1839,

PUBLIC EDUCATION. Of all the questions which have been debated by the Houses of Parliament in the session of 1839,

undoubtedly, the most absurd and irrational has been that upon Public Education. When the words of the advocates of the two different sides of the question are yet fresh upon their lips, and while the ink by which they are translated from the House of Commons to the breakfast-ta
August 26, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England