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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.—Aug. 30. BANKRUPTS.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.—Aug. 30. BANKRUPTS.

11. Mac Minn and G. Mac Minn, Liverpool, woollen draper*. Sl.itor, Manchester, cotton spinner. J. ami G. A. Stern, Manchester, merchants. J. Stingfield, Hath, fellmonger. U. Chapman, Uath, chinaman. K. F. 11. Mackenzie, King's Arms Yard, merchant. J. F. Pattimn, I-iiubury Circus
7 September 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
POSTAGE.

POSTAGE.

A Copy of the Minute of the Board of Treasury, rela-' tire carrying into effect the Act for establishing a Reduced and Uniform Rate of Postage. My Lords read the Act for the further regulation of the Duties of Postage, which received the Royal Assent on Saturday the 17th instant
7 September 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Important to Printers. —Considerable misapprehension prevails as to the effect of the new. enactment (2 Vic. c. 12) with regard

Important to Printers. —Considerable misapprehension prevails as to the effect of the new. enactment (2 Vic. c. 12) with regard

to the necessity for an " imprint" to printed papers. A paragraph has been going the round of the newspapers to the effect that imprint is now necessary; out this is a mistake. The recent Act imposes penalty of not exceeding five pounds, instead of twenty pounds, as previously,
7 September 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE CORN LAWS.

THE CORN LAWS.

Anti Corn Law Journals.—The following extract from a letter sent us by a correspondent in Colchester will afford much gratification to our friends, and must be viewed with consternation by our enemies. That two newspapers in an agricultural district should be converted to repeal
7 September 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
COUNTY AGENTS.

COUNTY AGENTS.

SOMERSET. ICVston-Svper.Mart. Mr. J. Axhridgr,— Mr. It. I'uthill Bridpemter.—Mr. Whitby IPi/ftioa.—Mr. \Villla*ns Hath. Mr. It. Crocker —Mr. Phillips Hritlol,—Mrs. iSingliam Wellington.—Mr. Cherry Hrut'tn, —Mr. I Mr Creiekenw. »lr Browse Keoril,— Mr. E. Clark* Vhard.—Mr. Toms Cu
14 December 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Important Sale of Timber. i?©3J lfyfm* < knell Palmer. AT the Inn, in the Parish of West Monktryi, the 23rd

Important Sale of Timber. i?©3J lfyfm* < knell Palmer. AT the Inn, in the Parish of West Monktryi, the 23rd

day December instant, at Wireeo'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions as will be then and there produced! | Very Superior Maiden Elms, 23 ditto Oaks, 9 ditto Ash Trees* And 8.5 ELM SAPLINGS, now Growing and Standing Langaller Farm, the Parishes of Creech St. Michael
14 December 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Here like gia -s—-ther into urrous t. Thou'st stolen lore tgr. Hut each trunk, and cve.y slander spray, spread thy

Here like gia -s—-ther into urrous t. Thou'st stolen lore tgr. Hut each trunk, and cve.y slander spray, spread thy

feathery frost. Thou art skilful j rli.st; the fine w ire the iiid'isttioits s >ider oVihuii/ Willi lay far finer net v.ork , I admire Thy works, thou co.d enchanter, and tongue ioe theV have dr« auis iu boyhood sweet fairy cities; ay, tree- Seem branch'd with silvr, carp-led th
14 December 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
ORIGINAL CORIIESPONDIiNCE. OPEN TO ALL. IXKLUKNCKD Br NONE. RIVER PAUl6:ri' NAVIGATION BIf.L. TO Tilt V.UITOH THE COUNTY CA/.EITF. Sir, leave

ORIGINAL CORIIESPONDIiNCE. OPEN TO ALL. IXKLUKNCKD Br NONE. RIVER PAUl6:ri' NAVIGATION BIf.L. TO Tilt V.UITOH THE COUNTY CA/.EITF. Sir, leave

notice the letter of .Mr. Henry bond which appeared in your paper of the Bth instant," for the 1 pun»ose guarding myself against the po-sibility being supposed ac(|uieAce the stateiueuts therein contained— *' Facts.' Ihe subject is one which can never be satisiactorily settled p
15 June 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

Colonel Windham has sent out commission to Canada to purchase an estate of 10,000 acres, and intends furnishing the same assistance to persons desirous of emigrating from his estates to Australia and Canada, as was given by the late Karl of Egremont. Percussion Muskets.—The supe
6 April 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
RESPECTABLE FARMERS, Src. ( Too numerou* to name NOW declare that the best, and most certain way to save f.ambt,

RESPECTABLE FARMERS, Src. ( Too numerou* to name NOW declare that the best, and most certain way to save f.ambt,

Sheep. Calves, Corn, fee. from injury death the Srour or T.oo*enct», or llortet from fret, colic, or gripct, is immediately to give a do»o of CUFF'S FAIt.IIKim FRIKIU. which effectually cure* those disease! at once, without further trouble. Price 3s. or Is. ftd. tier bottle. J.
6 April 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England