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Wteatti. APART MEN TS One may accommodated with/APARTMENTS, Mos'ey-street.—Apply at No. 50. WANTED.the Sum of for twelve months, with and

Wteatti. APART MEN TS One may accommodated with/APARTMENTS, Mos'ey-street.—Apply at No. 50. WANTED.the Sum of for twelve months, with and

where a handsome per centage would be givor*!—Audress 8., tbe Courier Office. •> A STEADY, who has been nccustomed had considerable exi>eriencc in the general trade, wisjrcs tn meet with a Situation TRAVELLER or pinNCIBAL -SALESMAN. Mast respectable references can givej»v—Addres
July 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PATENT BRANDY VERSUS COGNAC. Shortly after the introduction of J. T. BETTS and Cos. PATENT BRANDY, in 1829, and the

PATENT BRANDY VERSUS COGNAC. Shortly after the introduction of J. T. BETTS and Cos. PATENT BRANDY, in 1829, and the

decided establishment of its purity and perfection, on chemical analysis, it was predicted that it would eventually supersede the use of French Brandy." How rapidly that prediction is approaching its fulfilment, will be judged the fact, that, by the official accounts of the last
July 27, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MIDSUMMER ASSIZES,

MIDSUMMER ASSIZES,

Town Hall, Wednesday, July 24th. These assizes commenced on Wednesday* About erne o'clock, Mr. Justice Littledale, accompanied by the High Sheriff, Edward Dawson, Esq., with his javelin men and the usual cavalcade, made his public entry, and immediately proceeded to the County C
July 27, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MELrON—Tuesday.

MELrON—Tuesday.

MELrON— Tuesday. Wheat 68s Od to 73s Od Brans 39s Od to 43s Od Barley 3Hb Od to 42s Od Butter per pound, Ud to 12d o*ts 28a Od to 32s Od Eggs, 18 to 00 for a shilling
July 27, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

Miss Eliza and Aggravator passed through Doncaster, per caravan, on Sunday last, for Goodwood. Mr. Worrall has purchased the following two-year-olds of Mr. Briskham :—Banquo, by Bedlamite, out of Miss Alice, the Derby, and eh. f. Vermilion, Bedlamite, dam by Blacklock, out Physi
July 27, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
PROSPECTS OF AGRICULTURE No. 4.

PROSPECTS OF AGRICULTURE No. 4.

(Written expressly for this paper, by a practical farmer.) Thk asp Wool Tkauk.—Mutton has been scarce, and consequently dear, ever since the latter end of the month of April. soon as turnip-fed sheep camo pretty generally market, some difficulty was experienced by the butcher to
July 27, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Tuesday new church, the first stone of which w as laid about 18 months ago, in Berwick-street, by Earl de

Tuesday new church, the first stone of which w as laid about 18 months ago, in Berwick-street, by Earl de

Grey, was consecrated by the Bishop of London. This church is the largest that has been erected in the metropolis for several yeas. The cost ot its erection and the purchase of its site has exceeded 14,0001., which 2,5001. has been supplied by the Metropolis Church Building Fund
July 27, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
The Farmers' Journal.

The Farmers' Journal.

FAIRS /.V AUGUST. Bucks.— Stony Stratford, —Winslow, 21.—Newport Pagnell, 23. Beds. Biggleswade, 2. —Danstuhle, 12.—Bedl'ord £1. r;,v.— Berkhati'Stead, s.—Ualdock, s.—Walford Sft Ft r*s.— Abingdon, 6 —Hungeiford, 10. East 11siey. 1:6. Oaou. — Woodstock, 3—Bicester, s.—Banbury, 1
July 27, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
LONDON AVERAGES, ENDING, JULY 16.

LONDON AVERAGES, ENDING, JULY 16.

qts. £. s. d. qrs. £. s. d. Wheat 3.086 3 9 Rye 121 2 0 Barley 1,813 3 Beans.. I 19 8 Gars" j" Peas .. 451 119 2
July 27, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
DISTURBANCE AT NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE

DISTURBANCE AT NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, July 21. I am sorry to have to state that the public tranquillity was seriously disturbed here last night, at the midnight hour, by riotous assemblage of some 309 meu, chiefly liishmen, some of whom were intoxicated, who commenced a row by breaking lamps ani
July 27, 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England