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MARK LANE.

MARK LANE.

Friilay t t' lur o'C.vch. The supplies of all kinds of Grain this week have been small. Wheat firmlv maintained Monday's prices.
9 November 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
A WARNING.

A WARNING.

WARNING. It is time that the friends of civil and religious liberty should combine heartily and actively for protection against the assault with which they are threatened, from the most diabolical spirit of persecution that ever disgraccdany age or country. Talk of Catholic intol
16 November 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.

THE CHART.STS' EXCLUSION from CHURCH. ( From the r.) The Globe is of opinion that it is ouite right to shoot and sabre the Chartists forgoing church. They take scats which do not belong to them. Well, if they do, should intrusion punished with death ? Rich people who have news c
12 October 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
MARK LANE.

MARK LANE.

SECOND EDITION Friday Pour o'Clock Tlie supplies of English Grain this week are|*ery small, lint of Foreign Wheat and Oat* there a e fair quantities. English Wheat has advanced It. to 25., and Foreign 2s. per quarter.
27 July 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
ANTI-CORN LAW CONVENTION.

ANTI-CORN LAW CONVENTION.

The Delegates have met daily, many new facts have been elicited, several new Delegates arrived, but little business has been done. On Tuesday vote of thanks was carried to Lord Brougham on Wednesday, a similar vote to Villiers, and the minority who supported his motion. It was s
23 February 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET NEWS.

SOMERSET NEWS.

COUNTY IWTELLIGEKC2. Great Western Riuwat.-The seventh Hnlf- Yearly General Meeting of Proprietors was hfeld at the Company'* offices, Prince'* street, London, on Tuesday week, \V. U. Sims, Esq. the Chair. The Chairman having opened til* business the day, tho Secretary proceeded
23 February 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
CAPTURE OF THE SPANISH SCHOONER LAMISTEAD.

CAPTURE OF THE SPANISH SCHOONER LAMISTEAD.

(From the Sew York Morning Hera'd of the 2nd instant.) THE CAPTURED SLAVES—THRIR CURIOUS POSITION. Til R probable fate the unfortunate and miserable negroes recently taken board the Spanish slaver, L'Amistead, is beginning to excite great attention, and considerable discussion.
5 October 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
The Courier of Tuesday thus briefly glances at the disastrous working of Corn laws:—" We hope thai Parliament will not

The Courier of Tuesday thus briefly glances at the disastrous working of Corn laws:—" We hope thai Parliament will not

be allowed to separate without some discussion on the ularming situation iu which this country is at the present moment placed by the disastrous working ot the corn laws. The cold wet weather that has prevailed during the last eight or ten days will certainly have the effect of
3 August 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
MARK LANE.

MARK LANE.

SECOND EDITION. Friday Four o Clock. The Wheat trade extremely dull, but the factor* Lot disposed to take leu than day'a advance, lo other graio no variation. Ship Flour has obtained higher price# this week, but the trade i# very heavy.
3 August 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
REPRESENTATION OF EAST SOMERSET.

REPRESENTATION OF EAST SOMERSET.

We last week pointed out the duties of the electors of est Sunerset, and detailed their prospects of success. now turn to East Somerset with a similar intent. Last Somerset, like West Somerset, is neutralized. A Tory and a Reformer represeut ihe two parties. But there this strik
20 July 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England