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Montreal Papers to the tth February state that r Jsolu'iou was unanimously adopted, at a meeting of the General Committee

Montreal Papers to the tth February state that r Jsolu'iou was unanimously adopted, at a meeting of the General Committee

of the Constitutional Association, to authorize the Hon. Geo. now in Upper Canada, to advocate in that province the important measure the Legislative Union of the Canadas, and that " from the information which possess real interest the provinces, will enabled to reuiove the few
23 March 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
MORE SPLITTING AMONG THE TORIES.

MORE SPLITTING AMONG THE TORIES.

Many times late have recorded distentions growing and spreading among the Tory ranks, and the secession from them of men influence ind ability, disgusted with the factious conduct of the partv ftiid 1 the bigotry and intolerance displayed by a very* large ' prtionofit. Mr. Gibso
3 August 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET NEWS.

SOMERSET NEWS.

COUNTY ZNIELLIGENCS. purposed to hold the Annual Meeting the Bath Diocesan Association for Promoting Christian Knowledge, at Wells, Tuesday, the JOth August. A high'vinteresting return match between the Lmsdownand Purton Cricket Club-, was played on Wednesday a.i 1 Thursday we>;
3 August 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Explosion of a Fire-work Manufactory.— On Thursday week, a serious accident occurred at the Fire work manufactory in the Westminster

Explosion of a Fire-work Manufactory.— On Thursday week, a serious accident occurred at the Fire work manufactory in the Westminster

road. It appeared that Mr. Cannon, Ihe proprietor cf the establishment ( No. 3. in the above road,) was about to seal a letter, when he lolda boy in his factory to bring him a light. The boy brought him a lighted candle, which by some accident fell on the floor, where there was
3 August 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED, "I? 1 enl ,!? n,an > Fuming Land in Somerset, „ middled Person, who is 5 W»«Hiln C(

HOUSEKEEPER WANTED, "I? 1 enl ,!? n,an > Fuming Land in Somerset, „ middled Person, who is 5 W»«Hiln C(

X K ' and u J®"»'and9 BAKING K wlll under-servant to netp her. None need apply cannot bring a good cWacter.-Address A. A. Poat-ofHce, Cross, be left till called for. BRITISH AND AMERICAN 18, Goree Piazzas, near 4?rDrges' Dock, ' grievous delays and disappointments ■IK attending
3 August 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
T. D. CHAP PELL, FORE-STREET, TAUNTON, IN succeeding to the Business of his latebrother-inlaw, Mr. Isaac Hatiiawav, respectfully announces to

T. D. CHAP PELL, FORE-STREET, TAUNTON, IN succeeding to the Business of his latebrother-inlaw, Mr. Isaac Hatiiawav, respectfully announces to

the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitantsr generally Taunton and its Vicinity, that he has jusfcompleted his Stock of Genuine Wines Spirits; in the selection of which, the greatest care and attention has been observed: and he flatters himself that the experience he has derived from
3 August 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
TADVtRTtSBMEaT.J RIVER fARRETT NAVIGATION. To the Editor of the Somerset County Gazette. OIK, Report has been for tome time past

TADVtRTtSBMEaT.J RIVER fARRETT NAVIGATION. To the Editor of the Somerset County Gazette. OIK, Report has been for tome time past

indus- O triously circulated throughout thi* neighbourhood, by lome of the parties engaged in the opposition to the Parrctt Navigation Bill, imputing to me dishonourable motives in having exposed the fraud practised on Parliament and the Petitioners, and especially on myself, by
8 June 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE DEAD LOCK.

THE DEAD LOCK.

It must be apparent (he most can-less ver tint public afluirs this country kivreanr dial awkward' position which lies! described by tin* phrase—a dead lock. All partes confess their inability conduct the government satisfactorily. It wlietl.er the Wbigs can continue to niaiotain
1 June 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
AGENTS FOR THE COUNTY PAPER.

AGENTS FOR THE COUNTY PAPER.

*hora Order* and Advertisements are received. Loaooa—Mrur*. NEWTON Co. Warwick Square. Mc«»n. BARKER and Co. 33. Flcet-*trcet. Jlew*. THOMPSON. II.CO. 6. Place. Ueuri.CLAliK LKM IS.Crova Court, Threidaeedlc Street. Mr. S. DEACON. 3. Wall.rook. Mr. 6. ( bancery-Une. ttmh—Mr. B. C
1 June 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
PROCESSION WITH THE PETITION.

PROCESSION WITH THE PETITION.

A few minutes after two o'clock the Members of the j Convention, fifty-two Delegates being present, formed two by two iu order escort the petition to the resi- deuce Mr. Fielden, in Panton-stteet, Leicester- • square, to deposit it iu the hands of Mr. Attwood, who | had promised
11 May 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England