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General ettoe. Dec. 12. iwa NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that her Majesty's Postmaster General will read/ to receive Tenders, on

General ettoe. Dec. 12. iwa NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that her Majesty's Postmaster General will read/ to receive Tenders, on

before the 10th day of JANUARY seat, Twelve o’Cloek, for RUNNING MAIL COACH, with POUR HORBS6, hetwees either TUNBRIDGE. HASTINGS, ST. LEONARD’S, through TUNBRIDOB WELLS; or between STAPLBHURST. HASTINGS.and BT.LBONAROB. through CRANBROOK. HAWKRURBT. and HURST ORBBN. The Conditi
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.

G«Mra] Post* office. Dm. 53,1843. and after the 27th inrt., general Poet Letter* will rooclrod «t the London Receiving Houaeo until 5.3<) v.M , and at the Branch Officce Charing Cron*. Old Caven* dUta atroet, and the Borough until pm. General Poet Lettere will, however, bo recei
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MONEY FOB MORTGAGE.

MONEY FOB MORTGAGE.

Thirty thousand pounds b« advanced Mortgage of Land England for certain term «f FOURTEEN YEARS at the rate THREE PER CENT. This money will be ready on the payment the January Dividends. Dated Bath, December 27, 1843. Principals alone may apply letter, free of postage, to John Ja
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATBD BY LKRCH. The First Number for the New Year uf

ILLUSTRATBD BY LKRCH. The First Number for the New Year uf

BY LKRCH. The First Number for the New Year uf COLBURN’S NEW MONTHLY MAOAZINB AND HUMORIST Contains, amongst other Interesting Articles I. The Late Prince Talleyrand. ±. Narrative a Visit to the Courts of Vieana, Cenetantiaopie, Athena, and Naples. By the Marchioness of Londonder
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
AOmCUtTWIIAt Al*» cobimbroiai. mroHitATioi*. BAT.VK WKK.KLI ta Ou.tb, .1 <h. tat FnCay, Ure IWS. of Friday last. Dec Or# d

AOmCUtTWIIAt Al*» cobimbroiai. mroHitATioi*. BAT.VK WKK.KLI ta Ou.tb, .1 <h. tat FnCay, Ure IWS. of Friday last. Dec Or# d

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January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
.fB E L L'S vy ii EK L Y MESSE N G g R

.fB E L L'S vy ii EK L Y MESSE N G g R

.fB E L L MESSE R iOAJUVG CHEMICAL ■OLUTIOin. AGRICULTURAL QURRIRS. LIQUID MAMUftK. TUB KDITOm, Hir,—My foM-fftrfl lie* hollow, lower Hum the land. In order facilitate it» drainage I had a deep pit sunk on the outside, well-bncked, and an arched culvert made from the fold to carr
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
EAST CORNWALL.

EAST CORNWALL.

We are now arrived at the conclusion of another vear, and never do we remember such mild and delightful weather at this season. The pastures, clovers, and wheat, all wear the appearance of spring. Had it not been for the shortness of the days, we should fancy had altogether esca
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
DRAINAGE.

DRAINAGE.

Ktrkbj Lonsdale, Westmoreland, Dec. 26, 1843. Sir, —In your report of the dinner the members of the fat stock show (AfesKugtr, Dec, 18), Sir C. Burrell is observe in that part his speech relative to drftming, that It would hardly believed those who »aw many men work field, that
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

LIVERPOOL. Ml' KOKH. J. Roberts, J. Hunt, 25; T. 25; J. Rimner, and 11. 27, wen* indicted for the wilful murder of Hu-hard Kenyon, at Knowale). It appeared from the endence of »e\en»l Lord Derby's watchers, that on the morning of the of November, beard shots the neighbourhood of
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
DESPERATE ENCOUNTER WITH A POACHER.

DESPERATE ENCOUNTER WITH A POACHER.

W. Adams indicted for cutting and wounding W. Green, with intent to prevent his lawful apprehension The prosecutor was gardener a gentleman Rawlins, residing near Hornsey. On the 17th of September firoeecutor went out about four o’clock in the morning, to ook after the game. In
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England