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COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, July 26.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, July 26.

RE ItVK, INSOLVENT. The insolvent, George Rye, landlord tho Queen's Arms, Northgate-street, Canterbury, and also carrying the business of tailor, applied for his final order and protection. Mr. Sturgeon, the barrister, supported the application, and Mr. Buchanan, solicitor the L
August 5, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SUSSEX PROVINCIAL NEWS.

SUSSEX PROVINCIAL NEWS.

A V It BEL. His Grace the Duke of Norfolk's Grand Err* TERTAINMENT TO THE KINO OF THE NETHERLANDS London.—The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk gave magnificent entertainment on Tuesday evening a to his Majesty the Kin? of the Netherlands, nis Majesty, attended by Viscount Hawarden, a
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THE GOODWOOD MEETING.

THE GOODWOOD MEETING.

This aristocratic meeting, which commenced - on Tuesday last, has this year lost none of those attractions which have so deservedly rendered it favourite both with the sporting world and ihe pub"-., lie. wel> Known in Sussex that number of workmen have been emp!oydd, during the
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
A CirmosiTY.—lt is proverbial, tbat a dead donkey dead post-boy are rare sights—indeed it is ayerred that no one has

A CirmosiTY.—lt is proverbial, tbat a dead donkey dead post-boy are rare sights—indeed it is ayerred that no one has

ever seen the former. A case, however, has occurred, contradictory of this saying, as we learn from the following paragraph in tbe Weekly Chronicle: A donkey, belonging to a farmer at VVestwood, near West Calder, few days ago strayed to an adjoining farm, and walked into the dai
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
CORN EXCHANGE, WAKEFIELD, Aug. 1, 1845.

CORN EXCHANGE, WAKEFIELD, Aug. 1, 1845.

have a good arrival of Wheat to report to-day ; there more disposition evinced hy the millers to get into stock, which combined with some buyers cn speculation, large extent of business is done an advance of 2s per quarter from the prices of this day se'nnight. Barley nominal. O
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
HOP LETTER. 9, Counter Street, Borough, Aug. 4,1845. Sir,—Tbe reports from the Hop Plantations this week aro not so favourable

HOP LETTER. 9, Counter Street, Borough, Aug. 4,1845. Sir,—Tbe reports from the Hop Plantations this week aro not so favourable

in some districts. Tbe plant begins to show tbe effect of so .much wet and unseasonable weather. The estimated duty is the decline. Tbe demand continues limited tbe following currency Kent Pockets, to HI. to 6L—East and Mid Kent Gooldings, 71., 8/. Bs*, to 9f.> 9s. Sussex Pokcet
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Gardener Street Mr. W. Gorham. Haitsham Mr. S. Breads. Hastings Mr. Osborne. J. Townsend,69, High-atreet. Heat Meld Mr. Sylvan HiRMEB.

Gardener Street Mr. W. Gorham. Haitsham Mr. S. Breads. Hastings Mr. Osborne. J. Townsend,69, High-atreet. Heat Meld Mr. Sylvan HiRMEB.

HmfielA Mr Spilbbury. Horsham Mis#lreland Hurstperpomt Mr. T. Chemist, &c. Littlehampton Mr. J. F. Tidey.' Manfiefd Mr. James
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Foreign and Colonial.

Foreign and Colonial.

AMERICA. QuEnr.o—By the arrival in tho Clyde on Monday v» eek of the Ontario, from Montreal, papers havo been received from Quebec, containing the account of a second awful fire, which took place in the latter city on tho 2Sth and 29th of June. The following is extracted from th
August 5, 1845 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
The premiums granted the Highland and Agricultural Society for the current year for improving the breed of sheep this district,

The premiums granted the Highland and Agricultural Society for the current year for improving the breed of sheep this district,

comprehending Frfeshire and contiguous portions adjoining counties, were awarded here last Thursday. The number competitors, will seen, was considerable, and all the stock was acknowledged to be of tiie best quality. The judges were—Mr Campbell, cattlesalesman, Edinburgh ; Mr Ma
August 5, 1845 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
DEAF AND DUMB. INN IBU has been deputed by the ofthe EDINBURGH INSTITUIIis Iis I>EAF and DUMB, to Visit with

DEAF AND DUMB. INN IBU has been deputed by the ofthe EDINBURGH INSTITUIIis Iis I>EAF and DUMB, to Visit with

a few of F Towns in Fife, and to hold r atio t0 the Results of the Ope- i ri *°. the Institution in the Proficiency of its Pupils ? 10U3 and General Knowledge. He will at WEDNES[>Ar » New Guild Hall, Com. at no °' clock Afternoon, and in the Rolicf Port » at Eight o'clock Evenin
August 5, 1845 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland