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Freights very Moderate.

Freights very Moderate.

For further information, apply to PAULIN, Agent. Berwick Shipping Office, Berwick, June 2®, 1844. _ _ BMity ha hat raaoOMd bit PioCntiMwl KaftfMMßMt t»4 may contalted (1(1 iht Itl Auodit, tetbofe. Mettn. Moult intlic atitniloa w «htl» TKRBEOUB ARTIFICIAL TEBCH, wblehtrt ptffccrt
July 5, 1844 - Kelso Chronicle - Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
EXTBNSIVK SALE

EXTBNSIVK SALE

TOOKtKO rHAKBBi *«•> AT HAWICK. To b« Soid, Public Roup, »t Hawice, on Tuesday the 16th l>ny of JULY neet, THE Whole STOCKING-FRAMES, &e.,belongin)i to Aleun. William & Thomas Olive*, Utely Hosiers there, consisting of— I BROAD FRAMES. FRAMES. GAUGES. _ _ 14 3 - _ - - I« - - - -
July 5, 1844 - Kelso Chronicle - Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
BAtiß OP WOOO AT IiAHTMAK.

BAtiß OP WOOO AT IiAHTMAK.

OP WOOO IiAHTMAK. To be Sold, by Public Roup, at LADY KIRK, on Wednesday the 24th instant, GREAT QUANTITY of EXCELLENT WOOD, in Lots, mostly of Large Dimensions, consisting Of OAK, ASH, ELM, LARCH, SPRUCE, BEECH, LIME, and PLANE, suitable fur Ship Carnentets, Boat Builders, Millw
July 5, 1844 - Kelso Chronicle - Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
SUPPORT THE “ MARQUIS!"

SUPPORT THE “ MARQUIS!"

SUPPORT THE MARQUIS!" BOOS AT Mb. JOBSON’S, QUEEN’S HEAD HOTEL. By supporting the “MARQUIS,” the Publicsuppotts its ova y Remember the Office in Edinburgh Mb. KERB’S, No. 1, PRINCE’S STREET, Dov:n the Stairs, KeliO, July 3, 1844.
July 5, 1844 - Kelso Chronicle - Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
BIRMINGHAM COURT OF BANKRUPTCY.

BIRMINGHAM COURT OF BANKRUPTCY.

Thchsday, June 27. In re Robinson, of Leicester, Wine and Spirit Merchant. will recollected that the Bankruptcy in this case, was adjourned by Mr. Coiuuiissioner Balguy, until a given lime to enable him to file a balance sheet, but when the day appointed for his last examination
July 5, 1844 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

HOLLAND. The Hague, Juke, 27.—The Ci'Stina of the Slates- General was clused on the uIL by his Excellency the Minister of ihe Interior, who addressed the Chambers in the following terms :—" Noble and mighty Lords—The session which is about to close bus produced happy change in t
July 5, 1844 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE.

MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE.

The Kibo of Saxony.—The King of Saxony and suite arrived at Coventry on Wednesday afternoon, and inspected St. Michael's Churcb, and afterwards St. Mary's Hall, where his Majesty was received by tbe Mayor, who, with C. Ratcliff, Esq. conducted him over the building, and afterwar
July 5, 1844 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

The usual returns of the revenue, made up on Friday last exhibit an increase in the Customs for th- quarter X 312,029 in the Excise of X 65.419. the Stamps of X 46.023. in the Taxes of X 5.043, and in the Post-office of X 10.000. being a iota! increase the ordinary revenue of X
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
At Davidstow. near Camelford, Mrs. Earle, (relict of Mr. Robert Earle, yeoman.) aged 88. Monday the Bth inst., at" Holsw

At Davidstow. near Camelford, Mrs. Earle, (relict of Mr. Robert Earle, yeoman.) aged 88. Monday the Bth inst., at" Holsw

orthv, Mrs. TosseU, aged 82 years, much regretted. June 29, at Sherborne. James Proctor Melmoth, Esq., soli-i:ir, the 60th year of bis age. July- .1, Mr. George Cater, of Cadburv. well known a successful sheep breeder. He died through the effects fall from his horse, going home
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
; TttF. EDITOR THF. * NORTH DEVON JOURNAL.* j Sta. —Ever anxious to uphold the r.--pecrtahility of borough. iniueed crave

; TttF. EDITOR THF. * NORTH DEVON JOURNAL.* j Sta. —Ever anxious to uphold the r.--pecrtahility of borough. iniueed crave

your fir the purpose of rescuing Derb.- f the d 'gradation which a gentleman at the Anti-Derby-Church meeting wished to cast it. Attending the reading rooms Detb .ss is my usual custom. taking up o- c the Barnstaple s to read almost fi-st th ng that caught my eve war the retort
July 11, 1844 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England