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WORTHING.

WORTHING.

Wnnh' . c ' rcu ar *Wch has been issued from 9I U 10 t la, , le seas <' n for lectures will inteieitmir insianl, and (hat a number of very m "courses have been promised by various talented ° socle 'y namely,—On ihe pleasures and M £l '' y of Bcience - b y W - Humble, Esq., nri S
October 19, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUSSEX ADVERTISER. Sir, —1 was much surprised at reading a letter in

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUSSEX ADVERTISER. Sir, —1 was much surprised at reading a letter in

your last paper signed " Samuel Dobell," and although I have since been most credibly informed that he the " Inspector of Weights and Measures, District No. 2, Cranbrook* yet 1 can scarcely believe it, but if such thecase, use his own words) one point deserves the attention of m
October 19, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
HOP LETTER.

HOP LETTER.

Borough, Oct. 17, 1840. Sir,—There a limited demand for good and well managed samples 1840, but inferior remain a heavy sale. Few sales have been made during the week iu 1839, coniiued to the sorts. Cur* rency Kent pockets 10/ 10s to 14s, choice higher; Sussex do. til to 8s to 1
October 19, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Bl KIIIS. the inst., Burpham, the wife of Mr John Puckridse of a son. * ' At Arundel, on the

Bl KIIIS. the inst., Burpham, the wife of Mr John Puckridse of a son. * ' At Arundel, on the

I4th, the lady Robert Matkius, Esq.. iun a sou. MARRIED. Wednesday, tbe 14th inst., in Bury Church, near Arundel the Rev.—Smallejr, Woodland Wardroper, Esq., surgeon of Arundel, Miss Bissliopp, eldest daughter of James Bisshopp, Esq., of West burton. Thursday last, at the Indepe
October 19, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

Toe Ashes or Louis Napoleon is, as il were, buried in ihe fortress of Hum, preparations arc making on grandest scale for entombing the remains of his illustrious ancestor at the Invalides. 'i ashes, after arriving Havre, will convened up the Seine far as Court>evoid, near ParM,
October 19, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
EXAMINATION OF CAPT. HARVEY TUCKETT FOR SHOOTING AT THE EARL OF CARDIGAN.

EXAMINATION OF CAPT. HARVEY TUCKETT FOR SHOOTING AT THE EARL OF CARDIGAN.

The Magistrates of the Wandsworth Court held a session on Wednesday morning, for ihe purpose of entering into the above examination. Ihe magistrates present were Messrs. Nottidge, Bambridge, Wilson, and Capt. Pa^e. Soon after eleven o'clock Capt. Tuckett, accompanied Sir James A
October 19, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
NEWHAVEN.

NEWHAVEN.

Tj»e new barque, Cmtervativ, belonging JVlessrs. Hillman and Kgles, arrived here on the 3rd instant; and on Friday last, the owners gave a splendid entertainment at the Bridge inn. to about fifty of their friends. Among the guests were Lord Cantilupe, the Hon. Mr. Kitxroy, and M
October 19, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
EASTHOTHLY.

EASTHOTHLY.

One day last two young men, one of whom is very respectably connected, met at a beer shop not a liun J.e<l miles from the Hat and Ball, where, having indulged very freely with Sir John Baileycorn, and nut having the (ear of ibe treadmill before their eyes, the said Sir John did
October 19, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SUSSEX MARKETS.

SUSSEX MARKETS.

Lewes Corn M« —Average for the week ended of October, 1840.—Wheat, £'3 Is Bailey, £l 3}d; Oats, £l 3s b£d; Beans, £l ; Peas, £1 18s od. Tuesotv, Oct. 13,1810.—Wheat white, £3 0s £3 4s ; ditto, mixed £3 0s to £3 Is ditto red, £'l £3 3s ; barley, £l to £| 18s; oats, £l to £l Os ;
October 19, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
FACETIÆ.

FACETIÆ.

A dwarf standing on the shoulders of a giant may see farther than the giant himself. None are fond of secie's those who not intend to keep them ; such persons covet secrets spendthrift covets money—for the purpose of circulation. being asked a wag " how many pounds of smoke migh
October 19, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England