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CURRANTS

CURRANTS

First Class—lst prizn, Mr li Monk. H.riwfll. 2ml Vr llorurood, Hirnter.— Second Ci.au— lst t.riie W Green j 2nd, Stevens- gooseberries. First Class-Ist prize, Mitvne. Hnrtwell; 2nd» B Monk, dit to—Second Class—Uc pjize, \V Green '* 2nd, I) Stevens, Raspberries, First Class —lst
July 27, 1839 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
COTTAGERS PRIZES.

COTTAGERS PRIZES.

Best geraniums, to John Eleoor—Bast plant in pot, Samuel Maker—> Half>pound of red currants, Henry Wood—Half-pound of white ditto, George Knight Half-pound black ditto, John Petley—Thirty gooseberries, William Hamhrook—Second ditto, ditto—Best half-pound raspberries. Thomas Deve
July 27, 1839 - Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ilfto

ilfto

July 27, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
imperial pwllanwai.

imperial pwllanwai.

bill ■» <>“ '*'■«" »“ b * ,wk out . . . d£ «» ,k "" Boses .übmitted »b«tb*r would oo* b. better to withdraw the bill altogether anld next session, it would impossible pass this session in such manner give satisfaction to all parties. There was answer given this t Mr Fox Mai lx,
July 27, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—Thursday.

HOUSE OF LORDS—Thursday.

HOUSE OF LORDS— Thursday. The timber ships bill passed through a committee. The assessed taxes composition bill passed through committee. ... The Bishop of Exeter presented variety of petitions against Hindoo idolatiy; also number of petitions against the church discipline bill.
July 27, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
iMarrfatM, Beat**, kc.

iMarrfatM, Beat**, kc.

iMarrfatM, Beat**, BIRTHS. Afrtl. MC.l—i, W. F. ««< . " U, taU*. lh« •» U» «•» Job* J«ta. mi. “H. * iHUal, Mr!MM Rattk.«/ . «a«Ma. MARRIED. _ At Bt. Farr-1 Chant,. M. AIM r b. Ik. «rr. - **ky. »k._»«r. Williuß A., emit WMford. mw By*. Mary An*. dau««rtcr WIIUmb Coaaea. M BMf CWre
July 27, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

H. R. Panshawe, Jun., London-wall, manufacturer of caoutchouc, to surrender the Court, Hasinghall-street, Aug. 6. twelve and Sept. (I, at t»vo. [Solicitors ; Wltmore, Basinghall-street} and Messrs. Wood and Ellis. Corbel-court.] j. Candela, St. Marlin’s-piace, Trafalgar square,
July 27, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BARNSOLE FARM, GILLINGHAM.

BARNSOLE FARM, GILLINGHAM.

TO BE LET BY TENDER, for a term of seven or fourteen years, the option of the tenant —All that highly productive FARM, called Barnsole, coota:oing, a late admeasurement, Acres, or ibereabouts, situate in tbe parish of Gillingham, within mile of town of Chatham, and baring good F
July 27, 1839 - Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HrULATK)S OF THE F.\ST KENT CON

HrULATK)S OF THE F.\ST KENT CON

THE F.\ST KENT CON SEUVATIVE PAPERS. Ib« iVirliameotary Returns of the Circulation ot Kentish Papers lor the year enJing the ol»t are just published. In the •ist beiuw hkv«4«iu* (iiizette, as, nuiwiihstaoding iJf rr * Rarer any in it but may d iu the •• KtNTisii Observer,"’ and *
July 27, 1839 - Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
fjop inttlligtiur.

fjop inttlligtiur.

inttlligtiur. BOROUGH. July «. The accounts from Hop plantation* • * ti. Middle kem there a.-d Weald Knot Line m a«l good, and Leicester art good, and the the erowtb will mo»t probably be very laige. wind l" .hi Vff.ru .» -h'"' -' l When the broised die off. The markjrt dull, and
July 27, 1839 - Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England