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SALES BY AUCTION TO

SALES BY AUCTION TO

NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS, PRINTERS, PRINTERS' BROKERS, 'AND OTHERS. WLEWIS and SON (Printers' Appraisers • and Auctioneers,) have the honour to announce, that they have received instructions, from the Trustees of the late Mr. 3. CUNNINGHAN, to SELL by AUCTION on the Premises, Crown
May 26, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY SHARE.%:. St. Germain Vets:Wit - 3.a. t :312 50 ... 3 3 75 ... 312 50 ... 31 L.

RAILWAY SHARE.%:. St. Germain Vets:Wit - 3.a. t :312 50 ... 3 3 75 ... 312 50 ... 31 L.

Ronan 540 ... NO ~. 53 4 75 ... Orleans 541 2i 25 25 Strasburg to Bale 232 50 ... 2 2 50 ... 232 50 SPITALFIELDS BALL THIS EVENING.—The' (NCO intimated her intention to leave Buckingham this evening a t h a lf- past n i ne. Her M a j es ty ' therefore, enter the Opera House a li
May 26, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
CORN AVERA GEN.

CORN AVERA GEN.

• GENERAL AVERAGE PRICES OF BRITISH CORN, For the Week .ended May 30, 1812, made up from the Returns cf the trispectorsin the different Cities and Towns in England and Wales, per Imperial Quarter. Wheat 603. td. Oats I Barer lid. Rye ..... 14 4 Pease .31s. 4d. AVERAGES OF THE LA
May 26, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
vote of thanks to the Secretary and the officers of the establishment, which having been carried unanimously, the meeting separated.

vote of thanks to the Secretary and the officers of the establishment, which having been carried unanimously, the meeting separated.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, Ilfay 26. The LORD CHANCELLOR took his seat on the Woolsack shortly before Five o'Clock. THE COPYRIGHT BILL. The LORD CHANCELLOR presented three petitions on this subject; from the booksellers, the printers, and the literary writers of Great
May 27, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Th be the 8t Six it the Patru Th, establi this oi tory i

Th be the 8t Six it the Patru Th, establi this oi tory i

May 27, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BEAUTEOUS YALE BELOW

THE BEAUTEOUS YALE BELOW

is so picturesque, so varied, and so extensive, as to puzzle thefeeble powers of the writer to describe it faithfully, without encountering; the charge of colouring the landscape ton highly. It may be said in great truth, throughout England, there is nothing to surpass it ; the
May 30, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
IN THE SOUTH OF DEVON,

IN THE SOUTH OF DEVON,

The famed BRADLEY ESTATE, near to the excellent Market Town of NEWTON ABBOT.—The ancient Mansion House and Offices, Park-like Grounds, and very rich Grazing and Arable Land, with the Manor of Highweek, its Rights and Privileges. A most desirable Investment. Al - R. GEORGE ROBINS
May 30, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
4* PRE SUN, LONDON, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1842.

4* PRE SUN, LONDON, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1842.

PRE SUN, LONDON , MONDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1842. PRICES OF CANAL, DOCK, AgSURANCE COMPANY SHARES, &c. &c. &c. LONDON, FRIDAY, MAY 27. *Taber Otv. of per CANALS. per Shares. Annum. Pala. Share. 1,706 7 per cent. Ashton& Otelham...Average97l.lBs.sh. 94 1,482 41. • Ash by.cle.le-Zoti
May 30, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE SUN is Published EVERY MORNING at FIVE O'CLOCK, in Time for the EARLY TRAINS and TOWN DELIVERY; a SECOND

THE SUN is Published EVERY MORNING at FIVE O'CLOCK, in Time for the EARLY TRAINS and TOWN DELIVERY; a SECOND

EDITION (E ven i ng S u n) is Published in Time ER A - 00 TRAINS and a THIRD EDITION a t SEVEN O'CLOCK, for POST, containing PARLIAMENTARY and all other NEWS in LONDON up to Mot flour. ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED i n ALL THE THREE PAPERS, Morning, Noon, and Night, thereby insuring a
May 30, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Now ready, in 1 vol. Bvo., with numerous Plates, and a larga 'Map, by Arrowsmith, N E W ALAND; its

Now ready, in 1 vol. Bvo., with numerous Plates, and a larga 'Map, by Arrowsmith, N E W ALAND; its

Advantages and Prospects as a British Colony, with a full Account of the Land Claims, Sales of Crown Lands, Aborigines, &c. &c. By CHARLES TERRY, EN., F.R.S., F.S. A. T. and W. Boone, 29 New Bond street; Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; J. Cumming, Dublin.
May 30, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England