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Insolvents in Ireland.

Insolvents in Ireland.

[Continued from column DUBLIN. Court-office, Lower Ormond-quay, 20th July, ten. Ryan Michael, Drogheda, shopkeeper CIRCUITS. Cork, lst July, ten. Evans George, of Cork,yeoman Fit ton Ulickßrown, of Evergreen, gent. FitzGerald Michael, of Myles, yeoman Flynn John, of Crossfield,
July 27, 1839 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
Town Meetings under Insolvents' Estates.

Town Meetings under Insolvents' Estates.

Gazetted. Ayton W. C. attorney, Great James-st Dividend 9*d Bailey and co. Bernera-si. 1836 Love J commission agent, Union-st. Southwark, Islmgton, )Q. { _ Galswor thy and Nichols, CookVct. and Copthall-bldgs i 1832 Ray S. F. clerk in the Navy-office, Wardour-st Dividend of 1 Od
July 27, 1839 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
Scotch Meetings under Sequestrated Estates.

Scotch Meetings under Sequestrated Estates.

WEDNESDAY, (he 24th of JULY. 1839 Gibson and co. manufacturers, Glasgow Ch.interim fctr. Black Bull, Glasgow 1839 Kincaid T. maltster and general mcht. Glasgow Ch.interim fctr. Black Bull, Glasgow 1839 Spence J. writer and seedsman, Eailstoun Cli.interim fctr. I House of Shiel's
July 27, 1839 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
CLEY, July 25.

CLEY, July 25.

The hull of the Comet, of Sunderland, burthen upwards tons (having been cond'miird aud told order of the agent from Son•erUid, aud purchased by some inhabitants of this port), war on the 10th lust, towed iuto this port by the steamer Premier. The owners having fortunately raised
July 27, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
knowle annual venison feast WILL be the MERMAID OLDE INH, TUESDAY, Accrsr 6tb. S/enwr*?#—Mr. Adam#, Mr. J. W. 11. Osaonv,

knowle annual venison feast WILL be the MERMAID OLDE INH, TUESDAY, Accrsr 6tb. S/enwr*?#—Mr. Adam#, Mr. J. W. 11. Osaonv,

• * Dinner the Table Three Clcck,
July 27, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.

L'ESDAY. Declarations of Insolvency : William John Plenty, agricultural maker, West Sinithlield, City. Thomas Carpenter Dixon, oilman, High-street, Gravesend. Bankruptcy Superseded Edward Mogridge, miller, Tipton .Mills, Otter; St. Mary, Devonshire. Bankrupts: John ' Kennedy and
July 22, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MONDAY's & TUESDAY's MARKETS.

MONDAY's & TUESDAY's MARKETS.

HARK LANE, MONDAY, have bad very short supply of English Wheal and ». tides this morning. The Wheal was cleared off rather prices than this day week. There was large business Foreign Wheat, Oats met a sh.w limited ut last Monday's nrim In Barley, Beans, and Pea- alteration. ' I
July 22, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
IMMEDIATE BENEFITS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. LIFE ANNUITY RATES, calculated on Equitable Principles!! ! For Example.— For every £ deposited,

IMMEDIATE BENEFITS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. LIFE ANNUITY RATES, calculated on Equitable Principles!! ! For Example.— For every £ deposited,

tbis Association will grant the Annuity placed opposite the Age of tbe party depositing.—From £50 and upwards, in proportion. Age 30 to to 45 to to 60 to 65 75 to 80 pr I pr ct I pr ct pr ct per ct I per ct I per ct 1 per ct I per ct 0I 10 J M 10 10 10 15/ 10 j 0 j 0 LIFE AND FI
July 22, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
TO THE I\DEPEXDE\T ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH AND HUNDREDS OF AYLESBURY. GENTLEMEN, feci it incumbent upon lo return you my

TO THE I\DEPEXDE\T ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH AND HUNDREDS OF AYLESBURY. GENTLEMEN, feci it incumbent upon lo return you my

warmest Thanks for the numerous Promises of Support uhch I have received from every Part of the Borough and Hundreds. I rejoice lo find that the circumstance of my being at the time of my first Address personally unknown to many those iff/torn I am now proud to call Friends and
July 27, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
BRIDLINGTON AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

BRIDLINGTON AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

The annual show of this highly flourishing and useful association was held ou Wednesday last. The usual plot ground, which is admirably situated, was selected for the purpose, and was laid out an improved manner, and which reflected great credit on the judgement of the committee
July 27, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England