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WILD FLO WE US.

WILD FLO WE US.

WILD FLO US. Beauliful cliildren of the woods and lielils ! That bloom mountain streamlets 'mid the heather. into clusters, ’(lenlh the hazels, gather— Or where hoary rorks you make your biehls, And sweetly ftourish. through summer weather I love ye all I Beautiful flowers! ye fr
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
N°. 1674 VOL. XXXIII

N°. 1674 VOL. XXXIII

yon SALE UY AUCTION, UY MR. W. BROWN, COMMERCIAL HALL, THING, on HBRUARY t>th, 1844, at o'Heck, EXCELLEKT MODERN FURNITURE; f ~)V. (MUSING capital mahogany four-post, lent, and Krenth Bedsteads; excellent Bedding; ma .nv dressing Glasses; Wash-stands and Tables; i'.o :iny and pa
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
NF.AT CATTLE.

NF.AT CATTLE.

CATTLE. The account which the proprietor of the Constitution Balls has received from many highly respectable Gentlemen, of their use lor Cows an l Oxen, induces him particularly call the attention of Fanners and to them, they will he foun I most valuable luedicitie in cases of Ho
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
rKr.PAREO OXLV BV

rKr.PAREO OXLV BV

FRANCIS V.C. Am! Author the * Fr.ze the Disease of the Liver the Horse/* Diss, Norfolk; and sold hy oil iesj ecaiile Medicine Vendors and Country! J’ackeJs, six »ml!s each. 3s fid per packet, with wrapper giving fi,|| directions for the use of the Balls, and treatment of Horse w
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
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January 27, 1844 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Mr WWU crrlrinlj pr»U*l . being llte baukin* •ccnunl. wbicli would tonvcy Ike idee lb»t key owed Barnard ao many

Mr WWU crrlrinlj pr»U*l . being llte baukin* •ccnunl. wbicli would tonvcy Ike idee lb»t key owed Barnard ao many

tkn« •and pnuada, and then thal had »o mack In pay it with, aa thoagh money due to pay off (Ilia particular debt, inalead of Ike general current aapenditu'e (kenr, hear). They owed Barnard 60001. and there waa aboal it (bear. bear, aod laughter). Mr mured ike foliowuig reaolulio
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
euc« w U)K)U tl. Why •ho. propmition miirht rely up*. - . the books, the fact of its U ere

euc« w U)K)U tl. Why •ho. propmition miirht rely up*. - . the books, the fact of its U ere

would b« reason for opposing all future diminution espeudilure. a good ca»*e might be shown why it should take place (hear.heer). He begged to move therefore the previous question, and then they would not commit to any opinion at all. The Chairmen put the amendment, which was lo
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

Departure of the Court from Windsor.—According arrongeuiecU. Her Majesty (who will opon tbe •nsuiojr session Purliamsnt in psrgon Ist proximo) will Inks ber Jsparhirs Iron* Windsor Castle fur Backingtiam Paine* on Tuesday or Wodorgday, the 30lb or 31stinst. It is fully expeettd
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
(lucl Ami epo* Vtadrill’a iliaaMtrf. •teomfraDimtot to tlie of horror.’* jrement of Sir Henry Pottinger.—We learn, jod aulliurit)>. tli«t Mr

(lucl Ami epo* Vtadrill’a iliaaMtrf. •teomfraDimtot to tlie of horror.’* jrement of Sir Henry Pottinger.—We learn, jod aulliurit)>. tli«t Mr

who acted for jurt time M •uci'eaaor tht* Lord spier io China, hat been selected by the vein meet to reltete Sir Henry Pottinger the Quecu’a representative and Governor the sew British colony Hong Kong. Mr Davis will depart shortly his highly important mission by the overland ro
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

Caleb Williamson, Recent street Westminster, hosier and glover Charles Smith Jackson, Leeds cloth merchant.... William Kmrais, Montpelier-row llrompton Middlesex, builder James Robinson, late Nottingham but now Arnold Nottinghamshire, brick maker Francis Burdett Courteny. Great
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England