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THE NINTH THOUSAND.

THE NINTH THOUSAND.

May be bad Anthers. Neermsn.street, Oxford.street, London: and Sold by Britain. 11. Paternoster-rew; J. Gordon. 140, J. 'dearth 3, King-street. Sonth•rark ton. 13. Parkside, lininlit4bridge; 11. '214. Oxford-stmt; Hoeft. 1, Prinre,Atrret, Lein-tersquare, London • Thomas Offire,
16 August 1844 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
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einz a eompkte Cmpzrelium of the Etiq th• An Nt•Tx- to Ihnrir Jr. wnrk a Text f. r 11, nw:n. • ft, a :•li for: f order at ouvv and The little r.•rk i- ale 70 el
16 August 1844 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
BRITISH AND FOREIi:N woot.s.

BRITISH AND FOREIi:N woot.s.

LOS 3,1, V 03111 r. There bas 3 pretty active demand for the 33114 113411133 ot bug but no imrovement luta taken place in the lii oilier kinds little dolitz. Sen.- lots of very superior and Sp:111;311 have been dims...l of our last, at a tritium advance ; but all tither kinds of
20 September 1839 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
WEST RIDING HERALD

WEST RIDING HERALD

;RIMENTS FROM IVOLItALI POISON. (From the Literary Gazette.) a fortnight More we had a distressing cam hydrophobia, in add Mr. ,the tektite& J wanderer hat South America,' an to attend, for the purpose of the woolen poison. He Very protaptly ant quitted Ins seat at M'alton•liall
26 April 1839 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
CANADA.

CANADA.

A party of refugook from Troy, Vermont, joined a party from Holland, and, on the a June. enter 4 at thane:tan, armed aith muskets, pistols, and Itowie knives. They art house and born of' (*avant Inirrolighl on tire : but on demanding from him his arm., ho nod his attacked the ma
26 July 1839 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 

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o had capitulate.% to the Government an ler the of (enteral Arist•. The capitulation a,. signed on th.• 4th and ratified ou the '.th of June, on which day Arista took of the town. The troops ez• linseed the utmost indignation at the terms of the surrender,,'stainin g against thei
26 July 1839 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
SENTENC ES.

SENTENC ES.

ES. I) %NIEL H and FROGG Art% who had been rout hied of tape a: .ttlerritffe, acre then at the bar, and the learned Judge, in • very of whitens, sentenced them to he hangni, stating that he could hold out to them no hopes of merry. THUS. IL ItTLEY, convicted of at Dewsbury. Ir. t
26 July 1839 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WAKEFIELD JOURNAL, AND WEST RIDING HERALD.

THE WAKEFIELD JOURNAL, AND WEST RIDING HERALD.

26 July 1839 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS,

AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS,

We week give insertion to the second letter of " Junius." For a clever exposure of the fallacies of the Anti-Corn Law League, it is excellent. Junius tears in pieces the sophisms and lays bare the falsehoods of his opponent, and though he hits in a witty and occasionally in a jo
29 March 1844 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
September 6, 1:544. tos oop, Mliebatobap Ennis.. oar Pr mate f;orrespondeaf.J T o mit of the of the Freuch being

September 6, 1:544. tos oop, Mliebatobap Ennis.. oar Pr mate f;orrespondeaf.J T o mit of the of the Freuch being

post taw: of peat mouth, the Queen Albert will, to Momlay or Tuesday ss embark on board the royal yacht, os s visit to the Duke of Athol, domains the Preece .. aril Indliatit party tbe The and A lb er t wdi be seut to Osborne House, bile and reams there moil her Majesty's It her
06 September 1844 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England