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FRANCE.

FRANCE.

Of the “grand conspiracy” there is little new in the papers before us. The Reparatenr de Lynns of the 19th states, that a telegraph despatch had ordered the Prefect to send M. Bargioet, the editor of the Commerce de Lyons, under escort to Paris. This gentleman was accordingly to
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON, DECEMBER -M,

LONDON, DECEMBER -M,

Hir Majesty’s Marbiagb.—Her Majesty will ten bridesmaids, five of whom had the honour to bear her Majesty’s train at the Coro.ation. Amongst tl,„ W" "*- ments we have the names of Elizabeth Howard of Earl Sur; ey ; Lady Eleanor Paget, daughter of the Earl - bridge ; Lady Sarah V
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LONDONDERRY MARKETS.

LONDONDERRY MARKETS.

G»un Market. Monday, Dec. 30.~Last day’s market but .gan, owing to the severity of the weather. Oats ranged from t1 ] 3 ij pfi-stone; wheat from 20s to 35s per brl. ; barley to UU per stone ; steam-mill oatmeal I7s6d per cwt., and country oalnuralLm 15s to 16s per cwt. of 120 lb
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
[Advertisement.] 7 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Post Office at GLEN, in the Parish of Mevagh, County Donegal, has been discontinued

[Advertisement.] 7 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Post Office at GLEN, in the Parish of Mevagh, County Donegal, has been discontinued

; in lieu of which one has been established at CARNIGART, in said Parish. All Letters and Newspapers, therefore, which, bad the change not taken place, would have been directed to Glen Post Office, will now have to directed to CARNIGART POST OFFICE. Carnigart, December 26, 1839.
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WATERSIDE MALT WHISKEY DISTILLERY. THE Public are respectfully informed that the WATERSIDE MALT WHISKEY DISTILLERY is at full work, and

WATERSIDE MALT WHISKEY DISTILLERY. THE Public are respectfully informed that the WATERSIDE MALT WHISKEY DISTILLERY is at full work, and

quantity of SPIRITS ready for delivery. The Subscriber deems it unnecessary to say anything respecting the quality, its superiority being already acknowledged ; every care shall be taken to support the character already established. A few Puncheons of OLD SPIRITS on hands. JAMES
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL EXCHANGE

ROYAL EXCHANGE

®f Debut, December, 1839. FIRE PREMIUMS falling due on the 25th December should be renewed on or before 9th January. FIRE AND LIFE POLICIES issued, as usual, with facility and despatch. WILLIAM & W. S. DAVENPORT, Agents. Copy of a Letter from Herbert Mayo, Esq., F.R.S., Senior S
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
That large Dwelling-house, Shop, and / Stores, IK rERKYaUAY-gTREET, Lately occupied by Mr. JOHN GRAHAM,

That large Dwelling-house, Shop, and / Stores, IK rERKYaUAY-gTREET, Lately occupied by Mr. JOHN GRAHAM,

31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
//, UNADULTERATED MALT WHISKEY. WALKER'S ENKISHOWEN" IS now ready for Delivery, and has been pronounced, by the most competent judges,

//, UNADULTERATED MALT WHISKEY. WALKER'S ENKISHOWEN" IS now ready for Delivery, and has been pronounced, by the most competent judges,

to be Superior to the very best Campbelltown or Isla ever imported into this country. He calls upon the Public to patronize Home Manufacture. Distillery, Nn-Cunningham, 17th December, 1839.
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
deposited outside the verge of theconsccrated ground, | FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

deposited outside the verge of theconsccrated ground, | FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

where it is intended to raise a stone commemorate Windsor, SATORDAY.-ThU .ftemooo her M.je.tj the charity of a Christian bishop in the nineteenth rode in lh« P»rk on horseback, sttcoded hy Viscount Melbourne, Lord Byroo, Mr. Rich, Hon. Colonel Grey, and century. ir George and Mi
31 December 1839 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GEOGRAPHY.

GEOGRAPHY.

Mechanics’ institdte-lecture on modern Last night, Mr. Greeny delivered hit second lector* on modern geography. We were glad to see the lecture room crowded to excess by respectable-looking mechanics, with their wives and daughters, who teemed to take a deep interest in the subj
31 December 1839 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland