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Strand Edition, demy Bbo.,8 bo., price it. 6d., Regeneration and baptism considered. By FRANCIS RUSSEL HALL. D.D., Rector of Fulbonrn

Strand Edition, demy Bbo.,8 bo., price it. 6d., Regeneration and baptism considered. By FRANCIS RUSSEL HALL. D.D., Rector of Fulbonrn

St. Vigor's, and late Fellow of St. John'* College. Cambridge. Also, TRACTS Infant Baptism, Confirmation, and the Lord'i Snpper. Price 3d. Cambridge: STsramreoNe', Johnson, and M. Page. THE ART UNION: MONTHLY JOURNAL OF THE FINE ARTS. Published an lie 15Ik of tack Month, price E
January 16, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
A. BRIDCMAN, (WIDOW OF THE LATE J. BRIDGMAN.) grocer. TEA DEALER, &c., 11, TRINITY STREET, "DEGS respectfully retom her sincere

A. BRIDCMAN, (WIDOW OF THE LATE J. BRIDGMAN.) grocer. TEA DEALER, &c., 11, TRINITY STREET, "DEGS respectfully retom her sincere

thanks to the Members of the University, and the town in general, for the very liberal support bestowed npon her, and begs to recommend to their notice her successor, Mr. Willhon. ROBERT WILLSON, AVING taken the above Business of Mrs. Bridguas, begs respectfully to inform the Me
January 16, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
ST. ANDREW'S STREET, Cambridge. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, AN excellent FAMILY RESIDENCE, with large Garden, suitable Offices, late

ST. ANDREW'S STREET, Cambridge. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, AN excellent FAMILY RESIDENCE, with large Garden, suitable Offices, late

in the occupation of Mr. F. D. Barker. Inquire of Elliot Smith and Son, Cambridge. SUBSTANTIALLY-BUILT TENEMENTS, Cattle Street and Gloucester Street, CONTIGUOUS TO THE COUNTY GAOL, CAMBRIDGE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY SLLIOT SMITH AKH SOW, At the Pickerel Inn, Cambridge, on Wed
January 16, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
FOR UNRESERVED SALE, Two Freehold Houaea, CAMBRIDGE PLACE, HILLS ROAD, Cambridge. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, Without Reserre, BY JOSEPH WENT

FOR UNRESERVED SALE, Two Freehold Houaea, CAMBRIDGE PLACE, HILLS ROAD, Cambridge. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, Without Reserre, BY JOSEPH WENT

WORTH, At the Honse of Commons ion, Hills Road, on next, 19th January, 1841, seven o'clock the evening. ALL those two FREEHOLD HOUSES situate and being in Cambridge Place, in the town of Cambridge, no. in the respective occupations of Thomas Jolly and William Freeman ; at rents
January 16, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Imported from and Germany. Indies of Huntingdon and its vicinity are respectfully invited to entire nctr and extensive Stock choicc

Imported from and Germany. Indies of Huntingdon and its vicinity are respectfully invited to entire nctr and extensive Stock choicc

and elegant Needlework, and Paper Patterns, Berlin Woo!, Canvasses, and Fancy Article*, AT JOHN MADDISON'S UPHOLSTERY AND CARPET WAREHOUSE, HUNTINGDON.
January 16, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
births, marriages, AND DRATHB. BIRTHS. Lately, at Upper Tooting, Surrey, Eliza, the belored wife of William Perkins, of a daughter.

births, marriages, AND DRATHB. BIRTHS. Lately, at Upper Tooting, Surrey, Eliza, the belored wife of William Perkins, of a daughter.

llißiiinn On the 13th inst., at Sobam, Cambs., (by the R«*. lfr Smith,) Mr. John Peek, botcher, to Ann, only the iate Mr. William Clements, farmer of the above place. On the 3rd in»t., Little Pax toil, (by the Re*. B. Lee,) Samnel Nicholls, Esq., to Elisa, second daughter of the
January 16, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. The weather continues to be Terjr severe France, and the •offering of the poor ii great, that, in

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. The weather continues to be Terjr severe France, and the •offering of the poor ii great, that, in

spite of the severity of the law against mendicity in Paris, are numerous in the streets, and few person* hare the heart to refuse assistance. The roads in many parts of France are co»ered with snow, and mails which should reach Paris early in the morning do not arrive till the
January 16, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
WEDNESDAY'S, THURSDAY'S, AND FRIDAY'S POSTS.

WEDNESDAY'S, THURSDAY'S, AND FRIDAY'S POSTS.

FO REIGN 1 TE LLIG ENC E. BRUSSELS PAPERS. Brussels, Sept. 7. THERE was yesterday Council of ministers, which sat from four o'clock till seven. The workmen began yesterday to erect the platform for the orchestra, which is to perioral grand conceit occasion of the fetes of Septem
September 16, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

COURT CIRCULAR. Friday. The Baron Ornpteda, the Hanoverian minister and Sir J. Macdonald, the adjutant-general ofthe forces, had audiences of his Majesty on Wednesday, at Saint James's Palace, previous to the King's departure from town. The Dutch Plenipotentiaries, Baron Yerstol
September 16, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
CAPITAL FREEHOLD ESTATES, Near to East Grinstead, where Coach passes to Brighton. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. HOGG ART,

CAPITAL FREEHOLD ESTATES, Near to East Grinstead, where Coach passes to Brighton. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. HOGG ART,

At the Mart, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 1833, instead of September 13, as before advertised, at Iwelve ILL PLACE, DEAN'S BIRCH and GIFFARD'S FARMS, lying within ring fence, and containing about Three Hundred and Thirhi-lwo Acres. beautifully situated within two miles of East Grinst
September 16, 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England