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THE PENNY POST.

THE PENNY POST.

COPY TREASURY MINUTE, DATED DEC. 20, 1839. Lords read the minute of the 23d of August, proposing to receive communications from the public with reference the letter s'amps named in the Act 2 and 3 Victoria, cap. 62, and offering certain rewards for the same. The communications (
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
iveJ from the Earl of •' Culiolon, Dec, 21. X I c»«not hare thr honor Club iho y<l in »h«

iveJ from the Earl of •' Culiolon, Dec, 21. X I c»«not hare thr honor Club iho y<l in »h«

Uni»rr«itjr of forraor illuitriuus Lord > tiriur« »o in of youthful mimli. and ihr happy few who hit fame to that of ic patriot, the atateMMa, «a»tc, are united, and inviuce the youthful foun* and propriety, and di*> choice, and tho honored lienl humble servant, Glasgow. . Peel
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Spirit of tf)e llrroo.

Spirit of tf)e llrroo.

Spirit tf)e Robert Peel’s Polict.— The Ministerial Journais continue betray symptoms of uneasy insecurity, increasing in their plainness and bitterness of expression as the hour of trial advances. The truth seems to be. that Minulers arc sensible of their approaching fall from in
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
P«l of excluiivo pr»i»o conformity, for aliuut two year# ago they the only mo«*urr of Sir R. Pecl'a Gorernmcnt which

P«l of excluiivo pr»i»o conformity, for aliuut two year# ago they the only mo«*urr of Sir R. Pecl'a Gorernmcnt which

they had dared to op. po.c—the moaaure llioir aueoaaafui oppoaition to which drove him from office. need not remind our rendor* of Irish Tilho Bill, and •• the Appropriation Claoio,” the history of two coostiluting a monument, not indeed, of conformitv only, but of baseness and
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
(From the Standard of Nov. 13.)

(From the Standard of Nov. 13.)

We are gratified observe that the business of the Legislature proceeds not only rapidly, but, far as we can ju Ige, with wisdom and moderation. Of the acts already passed, and which have received the Governor’s assent, we may name the Commissioners of Account#, Hoard of Works, G
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CONTINUED «A3.E A IJCTISpt, (By order of the Assijnce,) In the Matter of \ /"AN WEDNESDAY. James Linds vv &

CONTINUED «A3.E A IJCTISpt, (By order of the Assijnce,) In the Matter of \ /"AN WEDNESDAY. James Linds vv &

Sons, the l-t Day of Ja- Bunhrupts. vuarv. 1840. BALLY- AUGII KAN. near Hilltown, the residence of David Lindsay, Bankrupt, the ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Consisting of Tables, Cliair«, Beds am. Bedding, Eight.day (’lock. Carpets, Window Curtain. . ; lchen Furniture, &c., Glass
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
luisti stocks. j Friday. Si fur day. Hank Stock 3 per Cent. \ per Cent. Stock j 34 Stock, new.

luisti stocks. j Friday. Si fur day. Hank Stock 3 per Cent. \ per Cent. Stock j 34 Stock, new.

per Cent. Debs I Royal Canal Stock Grand Canal Stock..... i Grand Canal Deb., 6 per Cent. Do. do. per Cent.] ..... 4 pur Cent. City Delis... | ...... AODICTUS JItUARC IN VCBBA MAGtSTHI 111 TELWIIiArJt. NEWBY, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1839. The* Foreign news Saturday’s London Journa
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ittaitim. NI'.WHY, Mondiy. Dec i On Silardry had but a very limited sup; Grain market, and prices remain unaltered. S

ittaitim. NI'.WHY, Mondiy. Dec i On Silardry had but a very limited sup; Grain market, and prices remain unaltered. S

I)A LK. Monday. IJ There was very little doing in our market to* at last week’s prices, say— Wheat, 24s 535; Harley, 17s 22s j Oats. 12s to 15s; CLONES—Wheat, per barrel, stone. 20 395; Bariev, per do., 10 stone, 1754 to I 8» Oats, per stone, 11s 8d to J4s : Flax, jier sio 5* to
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FROM LIVERPOOL,

FROM LIVERPOOL,

WEDNESDAY, Ist Jan., at o'Clock, Evening. M EDNESDAY', Bih Jan., at 12 o’Clock, Noon. WEDNESDAY, 15th Jan., at o'Clock. Evening. WEDNESDAY. 22d Jan., 12 o’Clock, Noon. WEDNESDAY, 29th Jan., 4 o'Clock. Evening. The Public may rest assured there will no deviation from the above Da
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SCHEDULE B.

SCHEDULE B.

We, the undersigned JUSTICES of the PEACE for the County of Dow!*. Ho hereby apply for the establishment of PETTY SESSIONS at KILLOUGH, in the Parish cf Ratumullas, in the County of (which Petty Sersions to held alternately at ARDGLASS), for a District bounded as follows, namely
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland