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THE HOP TRADE.

THE HOP TRADE.

(From the New Farmer's Journal.) Itmay interesting to some of our readers to notice the fluctuations that have taken place in the Estimates, which from time to time have been made, of the Crop Hops, as calculated the probable amount Duty. The great disparity between the first an
September 9, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SPECIFIC AGAINST CHOLERA.

SPECIFIC AGAINST CHOLERA.

(From a Correspondent of the " United Service Journal a time when the nation is partially affected with soHa. plorable a calamity as the cholera, whose ravages may » day be attended with frightful consequences in "our and fleets, it may fairly assumed, that the pases of journal
September 9, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
QUEEN-SQUARE.

QUEEN-SQUARE.

Tuesday a middle aged woman, the picture dissipation named Ann Smith, the wife of out-pensioner Chelsea Hospital, was brought before Mr. White, eh irged by a with being very drunk and begfdnw "in tks public streets. The constable between 6 and 7 o'clock the previous evening saw
September 9, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

MARK LANE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. BRITISH. D. WHITS. per //•-. per . WHEAT, Essex and Kent, to 58 to Suffolk and Norfolk, 60 53 60 West Country, Northumberland & 0 Scotch 50 53 In»h 53 RYE 32 RUCK WHEAT BARLEY, Mulling, 26 Stained 27 Grinding, 24 MALT, Brown, ..33 & Nor. pale, Sta
September 9, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
COUNTRY AGENTS.

COUNTRY AGENTS.

Mr. Taylor, Bookseller. Rye; Mr. Bailey, Booksellw. Battle. Mr. Nash, Library, Tunhridge Wells ; Mr. Palmes, East Mr. Lxppard, Printer, Eaststreet, Brighton; Mr. Horsham; Mr. Crew. Arundel; Messrs. Williams and Pollings*, Pnntew. Chichester; Mr. Bookseller, »«• Roe, Midkurst.
September 9, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Valuable Estates in Plompton, Chiltington (inWestmes- ton) and Wivelsfieid. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, In 8 Lots. BY &SON, On

Valuable Estates in Plompton, Chiltington (inWestmes- ton) and Wivelsfieid. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, In 8 Lots. BY &SON, On

Tuesday, the 24th day of September, 1833, at the Star Inn, in Lewes, at two o'clock, by order of the Trustees for Sale under the will ofthe late Mr. Henry Hollingdale, deceased SEVERAL small, convenient, and highly cultivated FARMS and Lands, in Plompton, Chiltington (in Westmes
September 9, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, at Preston, near Brighton, LET by the Year, or Lease, unfurnished, consisting of 3 parlours, study, pantries,

A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, at Preston, near Brighton, LET by the Year, or Lease, unfurnished, consisting of 3 parlours, study, pantries,

5 bedrooms, 3 attics, kitchen, laundry, wash-house, and servant's bed-room over it, 3 cellars, and a large gardea, with coach house, and stable. For particulars enquire of W. Stanford, Esq. Prestonplace, if by letter, post-paid. PURSUANT to the Act for the Relief of Insolvent De
September 9, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
ARSON AND WILFUL BURNING. £300 REWARD. it hath been humbly represented to the ▼ King, that about one o'clock in

ARSON AND WILFUL BURNING. £300 REWARD. it hath been humbly represented to the ▼ King, that about one o'clock in

the morning of Saturday, the 3d day of August last, at the Old Salts Farm, the parish of Lancing, in the County of Sussex, Hovel and Two Hams, the property of Sir James Martin Lloyd, Bart.; and Two Hay Ricks, and quantity of Straw, belonging to Mr. Henry Hotting, the tenant, wer
September 9, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
GREECE.

GREECE.

have not of late had occasion to speak of this new European State. What have to say now favourable to its future prosperity and possible greatness. King Otlio appears to have given great satisfaction his new subjects, and former feuds and quarrels seem to have softened down into
September 16, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

The Money market seems to have been very dull during the past week. Little no business was transacted. Subjoined are the closing prices of Saturday, viz.: per Cent. Consols 88^ New3£perCent India Bonds, 30s.pm. Exchequer Bdls 48s. pm. Consols for Account 88j Portuguese Scrip 19&
September 16, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England