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LAUGHTON.

LAUGHTON.

Clothing Soctrrr.—The Laughtoo Clothing Society distributed its auoual bounty to the pcor of thia place on Friday Dec. 18, Meaars. Mitchell and Wright, from Mr. Morris's establishment. Albion House, openeu the business of the day the National School-room. Society is formed upon
December 21, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
BATTLE.

BATTLE.

On the 10th instant a meeting of the Hollington trustees and of the trustees of the Hastings and Flimwell road was held at the George Inn, Battle. The first meeting was of the Hollington trust, and Lord Ashbornham was in the chair. lie only business before the meeting was the se
December 21, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
ADDRESS TO PRINCE ALBERT.

ADDRESS TO PRINCE ALBERT.

AGENT FOR BRIGHTON, W. LEPPARD, Statiouer, 17, EAST STREET. DEC. 21. 1840 Ihe following letter has been received our High Constable fiom C.apt. Pechell, M P. " Castle Goring, Worthing. " Dear Sir,—Having; understood the addresses from various towns and places had been lately pre
December 21, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
BRIGHTHELMSTON DISPENSARY, Dee. 15.

BRIGHTHELMSTON DISPENSARY, Dee. 15.

. WEEKLY REPORT. Patients admitted - - 68 discharged • - -- remaining on the books - Total admitted siuce the establishment the Institution ii 1800 - r v The llih Hrssins.—Our leaders will recollect ill the public press we were the first who staled from exclusive authority that
December 21, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SUSSEX MARKETS.

SUSSEX MARKETS.

I.ewes Corn Market.—Average for week ended, Dec. 12, 1840.—Wheat, 17*3|d, Barley, 12s ; Oats, Is B£d ; Beans, 1/ 1/ IGs sfd. —Tuesday, 15th Dec.— Wheat, white, 3/ to 4s; do. mixed, 21 to 3/; do. red. 21 12s to 3/; barley, 1/ llsto 11 16s oats, 1/ Is to 6d; beans, 15s to \l 18s ;
December 21, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
FRIDAY'S & SATURDAY'S MARKETS.

FRIDAY'S & SATURDAY'S MARKETS.

Corn Exchange.—The arrivals of English Grain this week have been moderate, and of Flour fair. consequence of the continuance of the frost more money was asked for all k of Grain, but the buyers showed rel-jctanc to. purchase, yet the prices of Monday were firmly maintained Flour
December 21, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. TUESDAY.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. TUESDAY.

Detluratiim of Insolvency.—Edwio Edmonds Rouse, tioner, Worcester. Bankrupts.—Thomas upholsterer, Oxfordstreet; John Halliday, block milter, Wapping; Charles Clutterbuck, licensed victualler, street, Coventgarden ; Charles Hawkins, draper, Tottenham court road Lewis Joseph Smith
December 21, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MIDLAND COUNTIES' RAILWAY.

MIDLAND COUNTIES' RAILWAY.

[Length of line miles, opened whole length.} Receipts for the week ending Nov. 28, 1840 Passengers Merchandize, &c , , , jtri.OMOjLO
December 5, 1840 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
PRICE OF STOCKS.

PRICE OF STOCKS.

Fr. Sat. Mon. Tu. Wed. Th. Bank Stock I 159 159 159 India Stock 243* 242* 242* 242 A 241 per Cent. Consols.... 90f 90J 901 3 per Cent. Reduced .. 89* 89g S'per Cent. Reduced.. 97J 97| 8 97i New 3* per Cents 99J 99J 99i Consols, for Account .. 90i 901 89| Exchequer-bills, £1000,£
December 5, 1840 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, For the Month of November, 1810, kept at Earl Spencer's Seat Althorp. ' The Thermometer hangs in a

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, For the Month of November, 1810, kept at Earl Spencer's Seat Althorp. ' The Thermometer hangs in a

North-Eastern aspect, about five feet from the ground, and a foot from the wall. I Therm. Barom. Wind. | , 1,10,1 EVK.VIXfi. MORNING EVENING. «lay l! 51 29.. i 29.. .32 e. s.w. Monday.... 2,44 53 29.. 28 29.. 33 s.w. n.e. Tuesday.... 3 37 49 29.. 29.. 29 n.e. n.e. . 40 29.. 15 2
December 5, 1840 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England