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We*l I’eektiMm, Kent. LIVE and DEAD PARMISG STOCK. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. VOLS of BOOKS, FIXTURES, and other EFFECTS, TO SOLD BY

We*l I’eektiMm, Kent. LIVE and DEAD PARMISG STOCK. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. VOLS of BOOKS, FIXTURES, and other EFFECTS, TO SOLD BY

AUCTION, 11. On FRIDAY’, October 25th, on the premises, at IVett Peckham, (he property of the late Rev. H. T. Jones, order of the F.xecutors. FI3HE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE consists of 4-post and tent bedsteads and furn tore, feather hed> an<l bedding, hair and other mattresses, maho
October 15, 1839 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
I>e«irnble InvoafMent. roTEs for rrEsr k’e.vt. TO BF. SOLD, Tm/flker or Lots to pvr rent, ‘Mi S FREEHOLD HOUSES and

I>e«irnble InvoafMent. roTEs for rrEsr k’e.vt. TO BF. SOLD, Tm/flker or Lots to pvr rent, ‘Mi S FREEHOLD HOUSES and

Ci>TTA(»RS in the paritli of *2 miles from Maidstone. Also‘2l Acres of Meadow, Fruit, and Hep Land, let responsible Tenants. For further particulars apply (if letter post-paid,) to Mr Charlton, Agent and Surveyor, Tonbridge. IKe»l:)(»nc« and Invealinrnl /.V THE PARISH TOXBH/DGE.
October 15, 1839 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Sir Hussy Vivian, master-general of the ordnance, has dismissed senior atudeot* from (he Royal Military Academy 00l tench, a punishment conduct lowards their ** fags,” and general A s»n Captain Childs was beaten to such degree fellow named Maude that Ins life was despaired of, h
October 15, 1839 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
COVENT GARDEN THEATRE.

COVENT GARDEN THEATRE.

Last evening Mr. G. YandenliofV made his first appear- ance on the stage in the character of faon, in the comedy of Rule a Wife and Have a Wife. We know of few cha- racters which a young actor can with better judgment select for a first appearance, than that of Leon ; for, in it
October 15, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE STANDARD. TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15.

THE STANDARD. TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15.

October 15, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
FARM AT MUNCASTER HEAD

FARM AT MUNCASTER HEAD

| 'O be L E T, PRIVATE CONTRACT, and Entered upon at Candlemas, 1840, to all sorts of Husbandry, and fully on the Premises at Lady Day following. All that extensive Farm called MUNCASTER HEAD and PARK HOUSE, situate in the Parish of Muncastcr, and County of Cumberland. Mr. Willi
October 15, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
KIRKLAND TO LET.

KIRKLAND TO LET.

rpO be LET, by PROPOSAL, for a Term of 1 Years, and Entered upon on the2stb of March, 1840, All that desirable and compact Farm, situate at KIRKLAND, in the Parisli of Irton, in the County of Cumberland; containing 110 Acres, more or less, of Arable Meadow, and Pasture Land _ Th
October 15, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
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- ——« staftam.—The principal eubt of discussion in the Paris journals of the week, i been the question of Electoral Reform, which has en awakened by the committee formed the closelast session under the influence M. Odillon Bar;. This committee has drawn up report, concludr with
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SHEFFIELD

THE SHEFFIELD

UCSItSBO VXCTUAZ.Z.BRS’ PROTECTION SOCIETY. * THE ANNUAL FEStlVALnfthis Society win lie held on THURSDAY NEXT. Oct. 17th. 1839, at Mr Oldfield'*, the Pheasant lun, Sheffield Park, when it is hoped that as many of the Licensed Vicruulleis can make it convenient will attend. Dinne
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. ROGERS’S CONCERT

MR. ROGERS’S CONCERT

Mfi. Rogers’s concert, which took place last Tuesday evening, in the Music Hail, was extremely well attended—both saloon and gallery being filled —and the amusements altogether of pleasin description. The orchestra was very full, including the Band from the Barracks; a number th
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England