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CHELSEA.

CHELSEA.

Pr itY TURIVIANT IN CHF Tuesday 11 number of Ow members parochial committee of Si. Luke's, Chefsea, wtesitled before Capt. Bayne, It. N. and Mr. Flood, lon county magistrates, sitting for the dispatch of pastotlliosi in the cuminittee•rootti of Chelsea workhouse, Ow purpose of s
02 March 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
tances of country, we are glad that it is about being sobmitted to such a test, and that there is

tances of country, we are glad that it is about being sobmitted to such a test, and that there is

now no intention of confining the discussion to the narrow limits Acribed on the former occasion, when the only evidence advanced consisted of ex parte statements, and of garbled extracts from commercial returns. Let the restriction on the importation of foreign corn at present
02 March 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
Ihnprrial Varlutnititt. HOG'S-R.-It 1,0 I) S.

Ihnprrial Varlutnititt. HOG'S-R.-It 1,0 I) S.

Ihnprrial Varlutnititt. 1,0 I) S. FRIDAY. le.ritions were preaenteil.—Lord Itotete !mow whether any information had given to Major. ty's ii Ireland likely to lead to the detectien of the murderer of the Earl of Norbury whether any persons in custody with crime , and whether the m
02 March 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
sot propose by this bill to provide for those wants, thinking that if these exertions were made on the part

sot propose by this bill to provide for those wants, thinking that if these exertions were made on the part

of those who had patronage in the church, great exertions would also be made on the part of the people at large. justified the principle el the bill, which was in accordance with the whole course of legislation fro:a the time of Henry VIII. to the present day, by which the churc
02 March 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
111111sT01., TusaitAr, Yob. 5

111111sT01., TusaitAr, Yob. 5

TusaitAr, Yob. 5 Our wheat markets continua In a eery state, and their own terms for what small quantities they take to supply their home- waists. There la a bettor supply of and prices liars declined I, to /II por it. Our supply of oats Is stuirt, telt the dem is eqoally limited
09 February 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
CONSERVATIVE MANIFESTATIONs.

CONSERVATIVE MANIFESTATIONs.

THAN CONSIRVATIVI N N Conservative dinner,A which has, for some past been object of great interest, and the nil absorbing topic of conversation in the neighbourhood of Theme, took place on Monday last, at the Spread Eagle !tote). j When the dinner was first announced, it was acc
09 February 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
Montt) filartict anti Tlatrot EntrMunn'. CITY, lIALF•PAIT Twiteve. Letters and papers have come to hand from Belgium of yesterday's date.

Montt) filartict anti Tlatrot EntrMunn'. CITY, lIALF•PAIT Twiteve. Letters and papers have come to hand from Belgium of yesterday's date.

Prussinn and Austrian ambassadors were preparing to take their departure, and would leave Brussels, it was thought, on the following day. They had collected all their offrcial papers and documents, and everything appeared to indicate a serious and lasting rupture. Various rumour
09 February 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
Thurco anti Elnibtroitiro.

Thurco anti Elnibtroitiro.

Thurco Elnibtroitiro. Oxman, Fsa. 2.—There are three exhibitions vacant at Queen's College of 601. per annum each, on the foundation of Sir Francis Bridgman, the election to Which will take place on the 14th of March next. These exhibitions tenable for four years or seven years,
09 February 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
CATITE MARKETS.

CATITE MARKETS.

SMITHFIELD, Motirtvr. Although the supply of !masts li. our this inornlng was smeller that here on Oils day serinlght (Indeed, comparatively. speaking, It was but moderate fur the time ot year), it wee fully adcquaks to meet the or the buyers, who were by no means In at Voidance
10 May 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
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10 May 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England