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FARMERS, GRAZIERS, COWKEEPERS, Ac.

FARMERS, GRAZIERS, COWKEEPERS, Ac.

AMS AY’S Celebrated CATTLE MEDICINES IV have been very generally employed with decided success in a most extensive Farming district for upwards of Fortv Years, and their safety and superior efficacy is now well known and satisfactorily established ; they are therefore confidentl
July 6, 1839 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
wakf:f'lf:i.i> corn market, jcxe aa.

wakf:f'lf:i.i> corn market, jcxe aa.

Tlierc was a fair arrival of Wheat at this market. The proportion of home growtli was small, and an advance of Is. per qr. was obtained for all Iresh qualities. Beans were in request, and Is. per <|r. dearer. No alteration in other articles. Wheat, English, I Mealing, Finglish,
July 6, 1839 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Rising of thk Piusoneks Lancaster Castle. On Monday last an emcute broke out among the crown prisoners in Lancaster Castle,

Rising of thk Piusoneks Lancaster Castle. On Monday last an emcute broke out among the crown prisoners in Lancaster Castle,

which, but for the spirit and promptness with which it was met, might have been attended with very serious consequences, not with loss of life. learn, that one or two desperate characters, now the castle for long terms imprisonment, having cast about for some method of escape, n
July 6, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

CARLISLE.— Flour, 28 8d to 2s per stone , Oatmeal, 2s to 2.-, . Kvemeal, IsBdto Os Barley, is sd to od. Butter, to load; Potatoes, to 7d per stove. Eggs, to 12 for od. Butcher's MaAT.-Beef.oid to 7d per ; Mutton, to 6sd, Veal, to ; Lamb, osd to per lb. Poultry.—Ducks, l2d to Isd
July 6, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
COURT GOSSIP AND COURT SCANDAL.

COURT GOSSIP AND COURT SCANDAL.

Lady Flora Hastings "lingers in sad state of sickness and her recovery is doubtful. Her disease is said to be black jaundice. The Marquis and Marchioness of Hastings, who are staying at the Burlington Hotel, visit Lady Flora daily, at the Duchess of Kent's apartments in Buckingh
July 6, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
ANTED immediately, an APPRENTICE to the CHEMIST and DRUGGIST Trade. to Isaac Lightfoot, Chemist and Druggist, Market Place, Wigton. Wigton,

ANTED immediately, an APPRENTICE to the CHEMIST and DRUGGIST Trade. to Isaac Lightfoot, Chemist and Druggist, Market Place, Wigton. Wigton,

July 4, 1839. CARPENTERS WANTED. AN E D immediately, TWO good CARPENTERS. Good Workmen will find constant Employment on application to Mr. Jacob Hewetsom, Newlanda Row, Bolton, Cumberland. TO BLACK SMITHS. WTANTED immediately good JOURNEYYT MAN BLACK SMITH, to whom good wages wi
July 6, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
OXFORD, SATURDAY, July 6.

OXFORD, SATURDAY, July 6.

Grand Agricultural Meeting at Oxford. —We understand Mr. Benjamin Edgington. of No. 2, Dukestreet, Southwark, has received instruction* from the central Society of Agiiculture to prepare a canvas covering for the quadrangle Queen's College, Oxford, being an area of 140 feet squa
July 6, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FARINGDON, SATURDAY, July 6.

FARINGDON, SATURDAY, July 6.

Cattle Market.—The attendance of dealers, and the supply of cattle aud sheep on Tuesday last, far exceeded anything that could be expected this season of the year.—ls33 sheep and lambs which were of the finest description, were penned and met with a ready sale. The horned cattle
July 6, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MARLOW, SATURDAY, July 6.

MARLOW, SATURDAY, July 6.

On Tuesday sale of land and farm buildings took place at the Crown Inn, in this town. The estate comprised about 100 acres, and, from the prices realized, the value and stability of lauded property seems to advance withont any apprehension of a decline from a change in the opera
July 6, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Of IL®IID®H

Of IL®IID®H

IL®IID®H [No Unpaid Letters taken in except from known Correspondents.] to Franct, Dmmmrk, Hamburgh. Bremen, Cu*haven, A’i!<gua, U.if.an.a, Bariaiv**, hare already noticed, • Mornirc," the second i» Noon,” aox.e of the Cockney anirlers m the full enjoyment their pisc*t.»na. sport
July 7, 1839 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England