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LITERATURE, ARTS, SCIENCES, AND EDUCATION.

LITERATURE, ARTS, SCIENCES, AND EDUCATION.

NOTICES NEW WORKS FOR BOOK CLUBS AND LIBRARIES. RoAsan Mnsifftor Review, are to ent to Me.srs. Longman anil Co., addressed " t» Mr. Ilragg, Hook teller, Taunton, for the Editor of this paper.") Urit'uh and Foreign Review an I European Quarterly Jo tr—i- Vj. 17. July, R. J. E. Ta
7 September 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE BALLOT.

THE BALLOT.

(From the Sun.) The ridiculous assertion of the Tories,that the coantrv was with tliein. 19 already given up. It wax one of the bubbles forced the suriace during brief interval of agitation, and dcst.ned, the calm that succeeded, to go the way of all bubbles. The country never w
15 June 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
SMITHFIELD.

SMITHFIELD.

The trade wan very heavy, un«t with til exception of tl e prune wirts Veal, the currency Monday wan barely inamt t'.
6 April 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

Pkxny IWiue-—We understand that two causes have delayed the publication the Treasury warrant, wnich, according to the Act of Parliament, m ist declare the operandi ami commencement of the I nitorin Penny Post. The lirst the obvious public justice as well necessity of examining a
9 November 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE QUEEN IN DANGER.

THE QUEEN IN DANGER.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER «t, 1839. have been slow to cieditthe suspicions, for a longtime past engendered in many minds, treasonable desires and purposes entertained by large and influential section of the ultra-Tory party. That their loyalty was only lip lovaltv, that it was bestowed
9 November 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
LONDON MARKETS, &c.

LONDON MARKETS, &c.

CORY EXCHANGE.—.Mark Monday. This morning the market opened with lean briskness than the close of last week ; there whs a fair clearance samples an advance of from Is. to *2*. per qr. Malting l»arirv is front Is. J*, per quarter cheaper, butgrinding sell full well. Reans, ln»tho
12 October 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

(Gatkmdfrom the Daily Papett.J Friday, March IS The execution of the rebels in Canada was still proceeding. On the 15th ult. llindenlang, Chevalier Lorimer, Prancois Nicholas, Pierre Uemi Narbo ins,and Araable Danais, were executed at Montreal. More yet remain be tried, but it g
23 March 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
The claim of Captain Barclay Allardice, of Ury, to i the Airth I'ci'ragr, comes befote the House Lords next month

The claim of Captain Barclay Allardice, of Ury, to i the Airth I'ci'ragr, comes befote the House Lords next month

; and doubt exists of his being able tw establish liis right that ancient title.—Aberdeen Jul. Madame Vestris's "Son." —On Sunday last youth suddenly presented hiins- in the parlour Madame Vestris, Elm grove, Molting hill, and ad- < dressing him*. If the lady, said was her son t
23 March 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
BIKTHS. March 17, the lady of Alexander Adair. Esq. Heatherton, Park, in this county, of a son. March 15, at

BIKTHS. March 17, the lady of Alexander Adair. Esq. Heatherton, Park, in this county, of a son. March 15, at

the Rectory House, Wast Monk ton, the lady of the Rev. William Chapuian Kinglake, Rector of that place, of a daughter. March 12, at the Grammar School. Crewkerne, the lady the Rev. Charles Penny, of a daughter. March 18, the wife of Mr. Ring, Wincanton, of daughter. MARRIAGES. M
23 March 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
The excavations for the bridge across the New-cut, near the Cattle-market, Bristol, for the Bristol and Exeter Railroad, have been

The excavations for the bridge across the New-cut, near the Cattle-market, Bristol, for the Bristol and Exeter Railroad, have been

commenced. There are now not less than five bridges, in the same neighbourhood and within a space of three-quarters of mile, in course of execution, viz., three connected with the works of the Great Western Railway, the one above alluded to, and the St. Philip's Bridge.
27 July 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England