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TO DISPOSED OF, A SCHOOL, established reputation, in the vicinity of Bristol. The Premises, which arc commodious, and very conveniently

TO DISPOSED OF, A SCHOOL, established reputation, in the vicinity of Bristol. The Premises, which arc commodious, and very conveniently

situated, may be Purchased or Rented, at the option of the parties. Part of the purchase money may remain on eourity. For particulars, apply (if by letter post-paid) to Mr. F. Norton, School Agent, 6, Kingston-buildings, Kingsdown, Bristol. W. S. VINNING, Professor of and Organi
November 16, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LORD HOLLAND.

LORD HOLLAND.

Here the nephew of .Tame* *—a Fox of whom Charles James never had occasion to lie I and whom lie would still love. spite all the batterings the front.ami the assault* that inevitable enemy of all things, who continually giving: a notch with his scythe glides past us, his Lordshi
November 18, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
THE Executors the late Mr. FISHER, Dorciirsteb, havinjr'disposed or the PREMISKB lately occupied,<fiy him,together with the entire WINE and STOCK

THE Executors the late Mr. FISHER, Dorciirsteb, havinjr'disposed or the PREMISKB lately occupied,<fiy him,together with the entire WINE and STOCK

thereon, to Messrs. and SON,of Weymouth, Wivf. Merchants, beg leave to recommend them to the support of their Friends and the Public, »atisfied that the choice Stock which Messrs. Hodges and Son have taken off, combined with their experience and assiduity, will entitle thom that
November 18, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
At Andover fair on Saturday last, Sheep every description experienced a reduction in ptice. Chippenham Market, Nov. 11.—Both Cattle ami

At Andover fair on Saturday last, Sheep every description experienced a reduction in ptice. Chippenham Market, Nov. 11.—Both Cattle ami

Cheese found ready sale. There were between and 60 tons of Cheese pitched. Fine broad sold from 555. to 565. per cwt.; thin, from 4Gs. to 48s. ditto.—lt is with much pleasure we state that this Market has become one of the best and most steady in the West of England, and looked
November 21, 1839 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
THE CHASE—THE FIELD, &c. &c.

THE CHASE—THE FIELD, &c. &c.

Melton Mowbray. —At present prospect of hunting season is gloomy. Tho Earl of Howth will be among our absentees this soason, as also Earl and Countess of Wilton, Lord Desart, Lord Cantilupe, Marquis of Granby, and several of tho leading sporting noblemon and gentlemen. Tlio Earl
November 16, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
READING NURSERIES. T SUTTON and SON be ff respectfully to call . the attontion of tho Nobility, Clergy, ami to

READING NURSERIES. T SUTTON and SON be ff respectfully to call . the attontion of tho Nobility, Clergy, ami to

their Nurseries in the Queen's Road and the Forbury which will bo found replete with every kind \MFNTAI SHRUB.': and TREES of such fine growth are now rarely to met with. The COLLECTIONS of FRUIT TREES contain all tho most esteemed sorts known, warranted truo, and may be had as
November 16, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

AGRICULTURAL AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

" Good luck to the Hook and the llohn Ooodluck the '"lock and the Good luck to the (Jrowkrs of Corn : With the blessings and Piuck." Old Tusscr. Devizes Market, this Day. INSPECTOR'S RETURN. Nov her '21. November 14. (Per Sack.) ! d- t. d m WHEAT..i -10 oto 43 0 L' 0 37 .'55 0 T
November 21, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 8.

LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 8.

BANKRUPTS. B. Bennett, Clement's-court, Milk-street, commission Nov. 15, Dec. 20. Solicitor, Mr Tucker, Bank-chambers, Lothbury. Louisa Elizabeth Gqrdon, Dean's-place, South Lambeth, bookseller, Nov. 19, Dec. 20. Solicitor, Mr Low, Upper Gloucester-place, ftegent's-park. J. Will
November 16, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HALIFAX

HALIFAX

Serious Accident.—John Cockcroft, a boy about fifteen years of age, was engaged with other boys in keeping up gunpowder plot, on the sth instant, at Booth Town, near Halifax, and whilst in the act of letting off a pistol, it burst, lodging the contents in his body, which caused
November 16, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOPS ON SALE. none; soy. HOP MERCHANT, AND WHOLESALE TEA DEALER, NO. 4, BRIDGE END, LEEDS, Respectfully begs tb inform

HOPS ON SALE. none; soy. HOP MERCHANT, AND WHOLESALE TEA DEALER, NO. 4, BRIDGE END, LEEDS, Respectfully begs tb inform

Brewers and Dealers, that he has on hand a good as- sortment of Kent and Sussex Hops, which he is offering on reasonable Terms. | MESSRS. JAMES AND HAMILTON RICHARDSON. E, the Undersigned TRUSTEES of t the SHEEPSCAR, WOOD. 1 HOUSE CARR, and MEAN WOOD- SIDE TURNPIKE ROAD, hereby
November 16, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England