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FARM TO LET. CLEIGHTS FARM, in the Township of Amotherby, near Malton, TO BE LET, and Entered •pon the of

FARM TO LET. CLEIGHTS FARM, in the Township of Amotherby, near Malton, TO BE LET, and Entered •pon the of

April next. Thomas Gray, Innkeeper, at Appleton-le-Street, will show the Farm, and "for further Particulars apply to Mr. DON KIN, t*nd Agent, Westow, near Whitwell, York. TO BE LET. ENTRY AT LADY-DAY NEXT. A FARM, containing Eighty ACRES of LAND, with FARM HOUSE, and suitable Ou
January 27, 1844 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

ANTI-LEAGUE MEETING, BUCKINGHAM. Saturday last shortly before o'clock, a meeting of tenant farmers took p| ace in the To»n Hall, in pursuance requisition signed upwards ot 80 of the principal fanners in the neighbourhood Shortly after the time appointed for the meeting* there we
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

A New Signal-light.—A very useful firework for signals Las lately been invented and patented by Mr- Hay, a mist at Portsmouth. It resembles the bluelight long in use in the navy, but more brilliant, and burns longer. Its peculiarity, however, consists it* being kindied percussio
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
FACTS AND SCRAPS.

FACTS AND SCRAPS.

tha Third and Ellition.—Wr. Raymond relates the following circumstances which oceuncd when the King was residing at Weymouth:— the morning of EHktona benefit (an occasion which the King had expressly honoured by command), he had been enjoying one of his usual afternoon wandering
January 27, 1844 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
The weekly Repeal Meeting took place on Monday in the Conciliation-hall. The chair was filled Mr. Smith O'Brien, the talking

The weekly Repeal Meeting took place on Monday in the Conciliation-hall. The chair was filled Mr. Smith O'Brien, the talking

member for Limerick. On taking this post of honour he made a long and insufferably dull speech. He made one assertion, however, worthy of record. I am not an ambitious man ; but if tbe Attorney-General wants another victim, I am ready for him—and he may call upon every Repealer
January 27, 1844 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL.

ECCLESIASTICAL.

Cambridge■■-Jbe l«t of Mathematical Tripes is published by that G.W. Hemming, of St. John's, is the Senior rangier; Second Wrangler, W. B. Hopkins, of Cams ; their* Senior Opti me , C. Hardwick of St. Catharines; fiist two Junior Optimes equa' R Robertson, of Cams, and G. F. Sno
January 27, 1844 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MR. CHARLES KEAN.

MR. CHARLES KEAN.

The triumphant provincial career which this now unrivalled tragedian consummated in this city, has been succeeded by a brilliant commencement of metropolitan engagement, whieb realises our remark of last week, that he bade fair to do more to restore the legitimate drama than any
January 27, 1844 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LONDON, &c.

LONDON, &c.

Caution to Nurses.—An inquisition was taken before Mr. Baker Satnrday last, at the Three Loggerheads. Virginia-row, Bethnal-green, on the body of a male infantinewly-born), who died shortly after some gin had been administered to the nurse attending on its mother. LydiaCarlyn, m
January 24, 1844 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
ROLLS COURT, WESTMINSTER, Jan, 22.

ROLLS COURT, WESTMINSTER, Jan, 22.

Burrell, v. ths Earl of This was resumed. The bill set ont the payment by Earl O'Brien with his own monies of the whole the 25,000/. charged by the settlement of 1750, and that Earl O'Brien having paid the farther sum of 25,000/. charged the will ot his father Earl Charles exclu
January 24, 1844 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
TAUNTON.

TAUNTON.

WEDNESDAY JANUARY, 24th, 1844. It will be seen among our columns, that Sir T. B. Lethbridge, Bart, has invited the agricultural body of Somersetshire to convene a county meeting to consider the Corn Laws and the Tariff. The earnestness and sincerity with which the Hon. Baronet a
January 24, 1844 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England