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UNION-HALL.

UNION-HALL.

CROSS MISCONDUCT. —On Tuesday two men, named Siollery and Hawes, were brought before Mr. Jeremy, under following circumstances :—lt appeared that on the preceding night the two defendants presented themselves at the terminus of the Greenwich Railroad, and wanted to get into oone
10 April 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
LEASEHOLD ESTATE, WOOLWICH, KENT MR. FRANCIS FULLER Has received instructions (corn the Executors of the late Mr. Elcock, to Sell

LEASEHOLD ESTATE, WOOLWICH, KENT MR. FRANCIS FULLER Has received instructions (corn the Executors of the late Mr. Elcock, to Sell

by Auction, at Garraway's Coffee-house, on WEDNESDAY, April 22nd, 1840, at 12 for 1, without reserve, ALEASEHOLD ESTATE, consisting of a brick-built dwelling-house, being No. 13, Charlotte-place, Lowerroad,Wooiwich, and contains 3 bed-rooms, 2 sitting-rooms, kitchen, washhouse,
10 April 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
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20 March 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
rxrep Stanbarb. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1840.

rxrep Stanbarb. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1840.

THERE are, as was remarked a few days ago by the Morning Chronicle, more points of resemblance than one in the state of parties in England and France at the pre- I sent moment;t* indeed, the prominent and characteristic features are strikingly alike, whether we regard the denomi
20 March 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
THE CORONER'S INQUEST.

THE CORONER'S INQUEST.

The inquest on the body of the murdered man was held before Mr. Wakley, at seven o'clock on Wednesday evening, at the Barnsbury Casle, York-place, Pocock's-fields. After the jury had been sworn and had exmained the . body, Mr. Thomas stated that he called at the house of the dec
20 March 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
agriculture.

agriculture.

ON THE USE OF SALTPETRE AND NITRATE OF SODA. (By the Right Lord Dacr‘) SIR, —Many years ago (I should think aout twenty) I used saltpetre as a manure, for - two or three consecutive years. By myself it was applied solely to grass land. The land is not favourable to pasture; it h
20 March 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
NEWBURY, THURSDAY, March 19. We are only moderately supplied with wheat to-day, on which farmers reluctantly submitted to a decline

NEWBURY, THURSDAY, March 19. We are only moderately supplied with wheat to-day, on which farmers reluctantly submitted to a decline

of Is per quarter, OR which terms most Of the supply was cleared off. Barley rather short in supply; fine malting sold on the terms of last week, whilst secondary descriptions and seed qualities are fully Is to 2s per quarter dearer. Beans unaltered in value; oats short, and bei
20 March 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
UNITED STATES, After a run of nineteen days from New York, the "splendid packet ship Roscius, Captain Collins, reached Liverpool

UNITED STATES, After a run of nineteen days from New York, the "splendid packet ship Roscius, Captain Collins, reached Liverpool

on Sunday morning, bringing New York papers to the 7th, beinz five days later than those brought by the steamer British Queen. Captain Collins has our best thanks for so promptly handing our papers to our newsboat on boarding his ship, through which the news by the Roscius reach
01 May 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
"JOHN FORSYTH. " To the President of the United States."

"JOHN FORSYTH. " To the President of the United States."

General Sir De Lacy Evans has passed through Paris on his way to Madrid, for the purpose of effecting some arrangement for the payment of the arrears due by the Spanish Government to the British Auxiliary Legion. Several members of the Irish bar are about to emigrate to Sydney.
01 May 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
4 Parliament. • HOUSE OF COMMONS.—WEDNESDAY. The House of Commons met on Wednesday. THE CAMBRIDGE 'ELECTION. The report of the

4 Parliament. • HOUSE OF COMMONS.—WEDNESDAY. The House of Commons met on Wednesday. THE CAMBRIDGE 'ELECTION. The report of the

select committee.appointed to try the petition against the return for Cambridge, having been brought up and read, Mr. WARBURTON moved that the evidence taken before the committee be printed.— Mr J. WALsit having asked the hon. member for West Cornwall ( Sir C. lemon), the chairm
01 May 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England