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THE TOURNAMENT.

THE TOURNAMENT.

(Abridged from tke GlMgoiv Argut.) atelt for the s'giit-seers on this occasion, the day turned out, after twelve o'clock, exceedingly wet, and in conscquencu the effect the pageantry was much impaired. The dress 'I of the gentlemen, not in plain clothes, were chiefly of the 15th
7 September 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
si:mictions I'oirntY. graceful little poem will not only please our readers po. but it will try their ingenuity to discover

si:mictions I'oirntY. graceful little poem will not only please our readers po. but it will try their ingenuity to discover

its hidden meaning, for known that it is a charade, the answer to which they are in duty bound find, after the writer has taken much pains conceal and yet to reveal it. A CHARADE. There kne« in holy St. Cuthhert's aisles. No holier father th in Father Giles; Matins or v. spers,
14 December 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE BALLOT.

THE BALLOT.

The following petition lias been extensively signed in the city of Bristol. " That jour Petitioners consider the unfettered exercise of the Franchise to essential tj the due discharge of the duty of an Elector. " That it it notorious that bribery and intimidation are systematica
15 June 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE BALLOT.

THE BALLOT.

The perseverance the Liberal* has at length succeeded iu giving the most desired and desirable of all Reforms a position which is always certain prelude to success. THE BALLOT NOW AN OPEN QUESTION. There will be no excuse now for :iny man who calls himselfa Reformer giving his v
15 June 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
MR. GROTE'S MOTION.

MR. GROTE'S MOTION.

An article on the Ballot, which we have extracted from the Sum, and which appears in second page, will well repay perusal. Too much -importance cannot be attached to the rote We regret that longer notice liad not been giWn to afford time for petitions and meetings. But, as ilis,
15 June 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Those muskets cased with venerable rust, Tbo*e much lov'd formsstill breathing through Still from the frame, in mould gigantic cast.

Those muskets cased with venerable rust, Tbo*e much lov'd formsstill breathing through Still from the frame, in mould gigantic cast.

Starting to life.—nil whisper of the past! As through the garden's desert paths 1 rove, What fond illusions swarm in every grove! How oft, when purple eveningting'd the west, We watch'd the emmet to her grainy nest; Wclcom'd the wild bee home weary wing, I-aden with sweets, the
15 June 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
LONDON MARKETS, &c.

LONDON MARKETS, &c.

EXCHANGE.—Mark La**, Monday. We have been vcrv supplied will Wheat from our own • since this day and the arrival this morning by laud sample from Essex and Kent, was also short; with >reign, however, we continue abundantly supplied, (nit having rather more country rienriitd, the
6 April 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

During the whole of morning, nil within >Uort period, the Fundi coHtuiued alatiuiury at '.r.'i, for the Account, lor Money, Exchequer Hills, 40; India Bonds, ihut.
6 April 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
SELECTIONS IN POETRY. Spring, the season of love, of flowers, and butterflies, and birds and l>ees, of soft airs and

SELECTIONS IN POETRY. Spring, the season of love, of flowers, and butterflies, and birds and l>ees, of soft airs and

blue skies and plad sunshine, is now approaching. An American poet, named M'Liti.**. has thus eelcbrated THE NOTES OK TFIE 11IBD9- How rich the varied choir • The onmifet finch Calls from the distant hollows, and tbe wren her mellow and sweet plaint at times, And the thrush monr
6 April 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE TIMES WE LIVE IN.

THE TIMES WE LIVE IN.

There is an alarming feature of the present time, which deserves the must anxious consideration of the prudent and respectable of all parties. We allude to the tendency to rush into extremes, so remarkably displayed by large sections the community, and evidently growing in inten
9 November 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England