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AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

.CULTUZ.ATL INTELLMOMG-W. I ..VEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE. - From thre Jlerk-Loae Express, Nec, '25.1 weather has been very changeable during the. past rn te ealy prt agret deal" of rain fell inl different poto, of the kingdom, and in some districts a complete pu ofil aour, par
November 30, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Arts, Science, Inventions, &c.

Arts, Science, Inventions, &c.

T, E BuDE LIGHTn-On Thursday evening last, the newechapel in the Borough Road was first opened for divine worship, by the [tev. Dr. Liefchild. The chapel was lighted by a single BNde light, suspended from the centre of the ceiling which diffused ample illumination throughout eve
November 30, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Short. 3 Als.

Short. 3 Als.

November 29, 1839 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
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21a201 ,11t4

November 29, 1839 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
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November 29, 1839 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
WAI«TEO,

WAI«TEO,

AT CHRISTMAS NEXT, Respectable Farm Hoose, a Middle aged Person, as HOUSE-KEEPER. She will have Its entire management nf the bouse, and unexoytkoible will he required. Apply pernsally, on Saturday, sereoth December, at 0M o’clock the Afternoon, at the Bell Inn, Olford HUI, Nomic
November 30, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

The Wynyard and Dnrlmui Fox-Hound* will meet on Tuesday, I>er. 3rd., Thorpe; Friday, the6th,at Monday, the at ; Thursday, the Newhigjtin; nod Saturday, the 14th, at Dutfccrwick: each dny hall-past ten o'clock. Mr RiiwU’s Kox-llound* will meet on Dec. 2nd, at Job’* Hill; and on T
November 30, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
ACCH>Ei\T.

ACCH>Ei\T.

BAIL COURT.—Moxn.iv, Novembek Tub Qt t*. Appt«roN. The In this case was an the <r j of the Stockton ami Darlington Hallway I .'• * , having over and killed « i*e*>p Thomas Gray, coroner’s jury retunK'd ft vmlkt « slaughter against him. fornwT day the Crown _ { rule to admit him
November 30, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
. There were several other around< • the (uquisltion, but thought lad stated i,,,r,tilk- 1"1" •■■" ro . , ....

. There were several other around< • the (uquisltion, but thought lad stated i,,,r,tilk- 1"1" •■■" ro . , ....

iltuv I.UTI.KIVU granted rule t»i. DUKE OF SUSSEX. Kl ~ the Duke Sussex, accom* iVcUift Underwood, arrived the .it at ' Hall, near Uichmoud.on visit - ' ,uSt ’.' { Zetland. During his visit Aske.the f dlowing nohility l , . try were invited to meet him The Duke • ‘■'d >f I cods.
November 30, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

In this city, ntSt. Nicholas’, inst.. Mr Thex. Hodgson, to Miss Thirkcll; at St. Giles', Roger Rule, slater, to Miss EUt Renny. Witton Gilbert. 21th inst,. Henry Robertson, sinter, to Miss Holison. daughter of Gilbert Hobson, of Haeriston. At SSL Helen's Auckland. 2Tth inst. Tho
November 30, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England