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LENT ASSIZES

LENT ASSIZES

lOih MARCH, 1845. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the ASSIZES and GENERAL GAOL DELIVERY lor said County, are appointed be at AYLESBURY, before the Hiitht Honourable Sir James Parke, Knight, one oi the Barons Her Majesty** Court of Kschequer, and the Honourable Sir Jona Patteson, one of
February 22, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
A NEW AND IMPORTANT EDITION

A NEW AND IMPORTANT EDITION

or TUP. SILENT FRIEND, ON HUMAN FRAILTY. Price 2s. 6d., and sent free to any part of th* United Kingdom on receipt of a Putt-office order for 3s. 6d. Medical Work the INFIRMITIES Til GENERATIVE SYSTEM in both sexes, being lui|i>irv into tile concealed canoe Hal destroy, physical
February 22, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
OPINIONS OP THE PRESS

OPINIONS OP THE PRESS

We regard Ibe work before ue. Tub Silent FrienJ, a w.rk einbracina moat clear and pranical viewa of aeries of complaints hitherto little understood, and psated over the majority of the Medical profession, for wbat reason we are at a loss to know. We luu.t however confesa tbsl a
February 22, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
BEKKHAMSTED NEWS.

BEKKHAMSTED NEWS.

Frightful Accident.—On Thursday, J. A. Groome, Esq., of King’s Langley, was driving in chaise to llemel llempiled market, his horse (a very spirited animal) look flight near Moor End, and, dashing off furious rate, brought the chaise io contact with dray, standing at the door th
February 22, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOVS.

MISCELLANEOVS.

The Court Common Council last week re•ul»»d unsnimoukljr lo prearut Sir Haarv Fellioger with the freadum of ilia Citj, iu bus aaiaa ol (■■aaaa. The Camden Society.—We are informed Camlmtig* corrcspomieot, tbit aucieljr, it* uHtli|:g ou \%e*k, to diaaolf* ilseh. J |,i rfsuiudon w
February 22, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 

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TO OUII SUBSCRIBERS.

TO OUII SUBSCRIBERS.

This paper it charged at the lowest possible price for cash—for a ywirler, 4s 6«/., or £1 per annum, and ; we have to pay heavily for credit, we are compelled to charge i’ again, our price being eo very tow Jor cash pay me,its. DOWNFALL OF THE AYLf.SBVRY XE/FS, Declining circula
February 22, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
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February 15, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
" Thus ends the parade.”

" Thus ends the parade.”

The weatlier during the past week has been very severe, more particularly on Tuesday night. We have also had several heavy tails of snow, which has drifted 'n some instances to the depth’of nearly sis feel. On Thursday afternoon, however, a thaw set in, which continued till abou
February 15, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
CRENDON NEWS.

CRENDON NEWS.

RoßlEßr.—Oo the 271h ult., potetoe pit belonging a man named John Edit, was opened, and SO bueheU of polaioe* stolen thereftam. EJIe is a poor but eery industrious labourer, and his case deserves the sympathy of his more wealthy neighbours; and was not Ctcndon a century behind i
February 15, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
CHILTON NEWS.

CHILTON NEWS.

On Sunday last, being the first Sunday in Lent, a very interesting sight was witnessed at the quiet village of Crendon, —60 boys and 50 girls, all with complete new and neat clothing, which was given to them by the lies. George Chetwode, of Chilton House. This being an annual gi
February 15, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England