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FREEHOLD ESTATE

FREEHOLD ESTATE

ANY FAMILIES Wanting Furniture MAT bear a SUITE of DUONG and DRAWING ROOM, to bedfipoeed a GREAT BARGAIN,at «/" P. ST. QUINTIN’S Colonnade Furniture Warehouse, Queen Street, Norwich, beloff made the order of Gentleman going the United States, who has relinquished his Intention o
July 25, 1835 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
W. PRATT & COMPv

W. PRATT & COMPv

Having succeeded the Firm of CAUX. SON, and PRATT Wholesale Grocers, beg to thank their Friends for past favours, presuming that with the above promised assistance of Mr. well-known experience in the Markets, and their own constant exertions, they shall euablea command that pref
July 25, 1835 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Together with all the ENGINES, MACHINES,

Together with all the ENGINES, MACHINES,

MPLEMENTS, MATERIALS, LIVE and STOCK, GOODS, CHATTELS and EFFECTS of every description, belonging to, or and employ* in or about the said Colliery, Lime Works, and Fa'ins respectively. The whole ot the above Properly is held under the ''mmissionera of Greenwich Hospital lor term
July 24, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
EXTRACT FROM THE TABLES.

EXTRACT FROM THE TABLES.

Whole Term of Life. One Year. Seven Years
July 24, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
TRADESMEN. ItiOUI KAV UOUINSUN, Jwilier, Sontli a Shields, formerly Stockton, hereby give NOTICE, 1 will not aiiftwersihle for any d«

TRADESMEN. ItiOUI KAV UOUINSUN, Jwilier, Sontli a Shields, formerly Stockton, hereby give NOTICE, 1 will not aiiftwersihle for any d«

hl or debts which my WIFE may contract after this Notice. Suntli Shields, Ju’y 21st, 1835. TO BE LET Amt entered Jrum Mujf-day la it. AGIIABS FIELD, rontaining 9a. 3b. 32p., mure less, witli the CHOP growing tlierron. sitiidte the Township Jlri'lge, miles South the C’tiy L'urlmt
July 24, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
LOXJJUX M.tllfi ICTS.

LOXJJUX M.tllfi ICTS.

MARK LANE EXPRESS REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DUBINC THE PART WEEK. The lime appears now approaching, which likely to substantiate the calculations previously formed as to the diminution the supply Oats, and the probable quantity which would required meet the demand Mark Lane until
July 24, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
L»eicc6U.*r lio^s Du. W fillers —.—

L»eicc6U.*r lio^s Du. W fillers —.—

L»eicc6U.*r Du. fillers —.— 1» ttd u yjti Blauketl Wool Os. l-lannel Istklio s>ki» Combing ~ to is yd Liverpool, Jolt accounts fiom Inverness state considerable business have been done in Laid and White llighlaiui, and Cheviot Wools. The Laid and White Highland have been sold at
July 24, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DOMESTIC MISCELLANY.

DOMESTIC MISCELLANY.

1 3 : e 0 t j - 0 - - a u p . I I . EXTRAORDINARY FACT.-A short time since, a .venierable hen, the property of Mr. Moorhouse, of Great Horton, suddenly, dirs ppeare';J and although -a most active scarch was r`aad6 for her, she could not Abe found. After tweoty-four days had elaps
July 25, 1835 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRINTED BY THOMAS DOUSON DjJ 1 ' CONDUIT STREET. CHELMSFOI^ In the Country the following Agents art <W\ BraUUr- ami

PRINTED BY THOMAS DOUSON DjJ 1 ' CONDUIT STREET. CHELMSFOI^ In the Country the following Agents art <W\ BraUUr- ami

Backing T. /»*»« '"'""'„ ?? Briuhtlingiea. RudUn. Iptwich. »«**,. Brent wood. Tborntoa. Maiden, 1 ■ VoU ?? * Seyiour. Onyar, C • «o«- j^f BUlerica*. S. Barren * Son. j Kaftet^j 7 "\, u . fo*i^ Hedinyham, J. Carter. Hum/ord, J «»^ r Dtdkam, H. CoIUm. S.mtkfnd. W* * n» Bppima.9 G.
July 24, 1835 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
THE MITKE OAK. Few of our reader* are unacquainted with a venerable tree on the side of the road between

THE MITKE OAK. Few of our reader* are unacquainted with a venerable tree on the side of the road between

Worcester and Kidderminster, called " The Oak," that appellation no doubt alluding to its contiguity to the ancient seat of the Bishops of \> orcester, Hartlebury Caatle. This oak has found a Laureate Ur. Booker, Vicar Dudley, who has recently published a poem dedicated the inte
July 23, 1835 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England