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CITY GRAND JURY—YESTERDAY.

CITY GRAND JURY—YESTERDAY.

ClTY GRAND JURY-YESTERDAY. A meeting of the City Grand Jury was held yesterday._ Alderman Hoyte, the foreman, presided. Mr. Newcomen said he trusted the meeting would con- fine itself exclusively to business, and not, as at their pre- ceding meetings, be wasting time with useless
19 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

_. - - -TH ArMY. The depot 7th Fusileers remains irn Cork, under cn. mand of Major Stuart. The drafts of the 47th, 52d, 64th, 76th, and87tb, will arrive at Cork this week, to embark for the service corm pani,.. Major George Nugent, many years an officer of the 7th Dragoon Guards,
19 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH STOCKS—Nov. 12 Stock, new IS3*>, per cent. Debentures, JExcaequer Bills, Do. stuull, Rank Stock, ... 197 Canut Stuck, ...

IRISH STOCKS—Nov. 12 Stock, new IS3*>, per cent. Debentures, JExcaequer Bills, Do. stuull, Rank Stock, ... 197 Canut Stuck, ...

Grant] Canal Stuck, .•« Do. Debentuie:*, rf per cent., Do. 4 tier cent., ~,
16 November 1839 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

New Churches. —The following is the summary^of the 19th annual report of the Cohpmissioners for building new Churches : Churches and Chapels completed Do. building 18 Plans approved and ready for tender..... 8 Plans under consideration g Grants proposed to be made for building 5
16 November 1839 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
MEDICAL PROFESSION.

MEDICAL PROFESSION.

EDICAL POFESSION.. COBRESPOWDEINCE. I. 32, Harcourt-street, 13th Nov., 1839. DEAR SIR-I find in the Medical Press of this day the followi~ng language, applied, to the authors of an advertise- ment which appeared in the GeneralAdvertiser, signed -a Lecturer in a Private School"_-.
20 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE VINDICATOR.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE VINDICATOR.

THE EDITOR OF THE VINDICATOR. Sir, —lt from the public prints that, in many parts of the country, those annual exhibitions of follythe fifth-of-November farces—have been repeated. * It would be well, Sir, if the whole affair could Ikj consigned to oblivion; but it must stand reco
16 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Phrenology Illustrated UY NICH O L L S SVPOS.EVTXC PERUKES. ** There’s in the web of them.”— Shakspeare. WNICHOLL, calling

Phrenology Illustrated UY NICH O L L S SVPOS.EVTXC PERUKES. ** There’s in the web of them.”— Shakspeare. WNICHOLL, calling

public attention to the above PERUKE, begs leave state its superiority over all other Perukes, for lightness and durability, the hair being secured in a novel and peculiar manner, to prevent it from working into the inside of the Peruke, or combing otf, the great defect of all o
16 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE COVER OF BRITISH NORTH AMERI CA, AT QUEBEC. Majesty’* ship Pique, with their Excellencies the new Governor-General of British North America, the Kijrht Kou. C. P. Thomson, and Sir Richard 1). Jackson, Commander the Forces, anchored in the }»ort of Q
20 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CORN MARKETS.

THE CORN MARKETS.

There was a dull trade Liverpool on Friday. Old wheat was to per bushel lower, and new fully much. The supply of Irish oats is increasing and the article has fallen per bushel. American new Hour a barrel. Friday the duty wheat remained the same but the duty barley decline Is. Th
20 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE VINDICATOR, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1839.

THE VINDICATOR, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1839.

I take to the genuine vivida —not that mental imbecility that makes children and has bleu* excited about a trifle. With my natural decision, suddenly demanded, Matilda, tell me, for I dying toknow, why didyou return my parcel and letter when I went to visit you at ?’’ “Oh,” she
20 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland