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SOLD b, AUCTION In th* totter end of February next, unless disposed of the meantime by Private Contract, A Ment

SOLD b, AUCTION In th* totter end of February next, unless disposed of the meantime by Private Contract, A Ment

valuable and compact Freehold FARM; com prising a Dweiling-hcuse, with the Coaefa-house, Barn, StoWea, Beast Sheds. Do and aU other Requisite* for add Orchards planted with choice and thriving fndttreeV and aboutW 3R. »P. of rtoE Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, situate nigh St
January 1, 1841 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Total 194 3 The premuea are in occupation Mr. John Priskney, who resides the Fsrm-house, and will »how the lota,

Total 194 3 The premuea are in occupation Mr. John Priskney, who resides the Fsrm-house, and will »how the lota,

which be sold aa yield good return of tares! the aurchassr. The Tithes the Parish Hoibeach have been lately commuted into Rent Charge. under tbe provisions of toe Tithe Commutation Acts. Possession of such parts the lots as are intended to be sown with spring corn may had the 29
January 1, 1841 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOROUGH of STAMFORD. SUBSCRIPTION for the POOR. AT aMeetingof the INHABITANTS of STAMFORD and St. MARTIN'S, held in the Townhall,

BOROUGH of STAMFORD. SUBSCRIPTION for the POOR. AT aMeetingof the INHABITANTS of STAMFORD and St. MARTIN'S, held in the Townhall,

on Thursday the 31st day of December, 1840. Wrsuant to a Requisition the Mayor, and by his orship's appointment: Horatio Thos. Gilchrist, Esq., Mayor, in the Chair; The following Resolutions were unanimously agreed to:— Moved by Xlr.Newcomb, and seconded by Dr. Arnold — That Sub
January 1, 1841 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
the undersigned, Sir Gilbert Heathcote, Baronet, do hereby give Notice, that, pursuant the provisions of Act of Parliament passed in

the undersigned, Sir Gilbert Heathcote, Baronet, do hereby give Notice, that, pursuant the provisions of Act of Parliament passed in

the thirty-third year the reign of King George the Third, intituled, "An Act fordividing, letting, and inclosing the Open PtoidspMeadowa, Pastures, and Commonable Heath Grounds within of NOR MAN TON, in " the county of Rutland," intend to apply to the Justices at their first Qua
January 1, 1841 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NORTH LINCOLNJHIRE^AGRICULTURAL THE following Additional PREMIUMS (open ali England) will be offered for competition the Annual Exhibition of Stock to

NORTH LINCOLNJHIRE^AGRICULTURAL THE following Additional PREMIUMS (open ali England) will be offered for competition the Annual Exhibition of Stock to

held at Baiao, in u° For the best Pen Five SHEARLING GIMMERB, bred by end tbe bona fide property of the Exhibitor-a Silver Chip, value 71., (given by W. B. Wingate, Esq,) with Sweepstake each added. For the Second best (by the Society), bi. There must be Six Entries, or the Prem
January 1, 1841 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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GRAND JURORS AT QUARTER SESSIONS.

GRAND JURORS AT QUARTER SESSIONS.

have ived, the shape of a circular, the tallowing hints to (Jrand Jurors: — First. The grand jury are not to the piisoner, hut only to ascertain whether there is sufficient presumptive evidence to put the prisoner upon his trial. However, where the person charged has not sent to
January 1, 1841 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
The Gleaner

The Gleaner

anything couM dispose nue feel less reverence towards elrarcb dwelling at Padua would lie the Judicious paintings that desecrate," and not decorate its walls; in some ot which Laura ia personified manner tii.it would have greatly allocked the modesty allribiited to her by her lo
January 1, 1841 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
HAY AND STRAW. Dec. 3l.

HAY AND STRAW. Dec. 3l.

Smitkfietd. \NewHungerfd Regents Park £. a. £. s. £. s. £. s. £. a. Hay 4 . r >to4 10|4 10 10 to 415 Rye Giass fi 2 5 oto 5 :» 5 Clover... tot. 4 to 0 15 Straw.... 1 18 to I 18 to 2 2 2
January 1, 1841 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
The quotation of the Eastern Counties' Railway Dibentures to-day was 2£ premium. A It iter from Madrid states that Spanish

The quotation of the Eastern Counties' Railway Dibentures to-day was 2£ premium. A It iter from Madrid states that Spanish

Cabinet will not take any further steps in the dispute with Portugal until the matter has been brought before the Portuguese Cortes, which the government has un lei taken shall be done at the meeting of that body in the course of the month of Jauuary.—Coerter.
January 1, 1841 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
CIRCULATION OF THE CHELMSFORD CHRONICLE.

CIRCULATION OF THE CHELMSFORD CHRONICLE.

CnELMiFORI), Friday, January i, JB4i. 1 he following is a comparative statement of the circulation of the Chronicle in and 1840: Total number of Chelmsford Chronicles sold in 1839 99,158 l'itto in 104,896 Increase 5,738 Average Weekly Circulation in 1840, 2,017.
January 1, 1841 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England