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NEWICK HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

NEWICK HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

The Autumnal Meeting this Society was held at Beechlands on Thursday last. The previous unfavourable state of the weather, and also the extensive sale at Buckham Hill, prevented the attendance of many at the accustomed hour for opening the Exhibition, but as the day advanced the
September 16, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SUSSEX COUNTY HOSPITAL, Sept. 11, 1833.

SUSSEX COUNTY HOSPITAL, Sept. 11, 1833.

In-patients admitted Discharged 11 Remain in the house, including two accidents admitted during the week , 97
September 16, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
HOP LETTER. Borough, Sept. 14, 1833. The picking has now generally commenced, and the reports from most parts state a

HOP LETTER. Borough, Sept. 14, 1833. The picking has now generally commenced, and the reports from most parts state a

falling short of what was expected. The impression here is against the duty, which is now estimated at £160,000. We have had this week a good demand for fine new- Pockets ; low and middling sorts remain unsold ; fine yearling Pockets are in request. Currency—Kent Pockets from 5/
September 16, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SEPT. 16, 1833. Patronized by their Majesties, Princess Augusta, Duchess of Gloucester, and Duke of Cambridge. —The Nobility and Gentry

SEPT. 16, 1833. Patronized by their Majesties, Princess Augusta, Duchess of Gloucester, and Duke of Cambridge. —The Nobility and Gentry

visiting this Town during the approaching Season, are respectfully informed, they will find every comfort at Phillips's Stf.ine House Confectionery, where they can be served with a greater variety of Soups, Savoury Pies, Ices, Sfc. than at any other House in Brighton. Dinners, S
September 16, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
OFFHAM TO WITCH CROSS, MA LUNG TO WITCH CROSS, RINGMER AND HURSTGREEN, LEWES AND BRIGHTHELMSTON, HODGES AND CUCKFIELD, AND TUNBRIDGE

OFFHAM TO WITCH CROSS, MA LUNG TO WITCH CROSS, RINGMER AND HURSTGREEN, LEWES AND BRIGHTHELMSTON, HODGES AND CUCKFIELD, AND TUNBRIDGE

WELLS UCKFIELD, TURNPIKE ROADS. THE general annual Meetings ofthe Trusleesof the above Turnpike-roads, are appointed to be holden pursuant to the directions of the General Turnpike Act, at the County Wail, Lewes, on Monday, the 14th day of October next, at twelve o'clock at noon
September 16, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Valuable Live and Dead Stock, of Ham and Durrington Farms, near Worthing. —o TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, MR. LASSETTER,

Valuable Live and Dead Stock, of Ham and Durrington Farms, near Worthing. —o TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, MR. LASSETTER,

On Friday and Saturday, the 20th and 21st of September, 1833, THE entire well-bred STOCK of the above Farms, the property of Mr. Street, who is leaving at Michaelmas, consisting of 9 powerful cart horses, chiefly young, a riding mare, 2 ponies, exceeding good milch cows in calf,
September 16, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MEETING OF THE INCORPORATED SOCIETY FOR PROPAGATING THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS.

MEETING OF THE INCORPORATED SOCIETY FOR PROPAGATING THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS.

Tuesday morning last. a meeting of the above Society *«, holden the Town Hall ; the Lord Bishop of Ely took the chair at twelve o'clock. The Chairman opened the meeting reading appropriate prayers, at the conclusion of which, he said could not begin better than quoting the words
December 11, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Gardener's Gazette advertisement is declined, indeed should it would be all other journals, unless they arc nt

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Gardener's Gazette advertisement is declined, indeed should it would be all other journals, unless they arc nt

a very low ebb. Great Gidding.—We have no means of answering the question of a "Constant Reader." He must applv to the surveyor of taxes. The insertion of the letter signed " A," would not effect the object desired. e rt^er Birgleswnde correspondent to the second column, first p
December 11, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS. " H.'»" lines are unavoidably left o»er. e li,ie on tbe " Departure of the OU serted in

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " H.'»" lines are unavoidably left o»er. e li,ie on tbe " Departure of the OU serted in

the Cambridje Chronele, know legment, were copied from the * clever weekly periodical, which has in.. in the literary J. Tbe lines will he found The article from "oh™, and another from Wisbech •i. * .»« k . Had the latter been receired of Friday, it showiJ have appeared to-day.
January 16, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
PROGRESS OF CAMBRIDGE CONSERVATISM.

PROGRESS OF CAMBRIDGE CONSERVATISM.

The popular candidate Walsall, the other day, perceive, entertained at a tea hf the elector!, their wives, and female relatives. St"*! hundreds of the electors Cambridge, beaidft" mote of the professional mob, who bava vs% been entertained this week, for three soecesrfve ai|ta.
January 16, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England