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Commission Signed the Lord Lieutenant of the West-Riding Yorkshire. Yorkshire Hussar Regiment of West-Riding Yeomanry Cavalry —O. Hives, Gent., to

Commission Signed the Lord Lieutenant of the West-Riding Yorkshire. Yorkshire Hussar Regiment of West-Riding Yeomanry Cavalry —O. Hives, Gent., to

be Cornet, vice Atkinson, promoted. Tuesday's Gazette. The Quebec Fires.—Collections were made in St. Georae's Choxoh, Leeds, on Sunday last, in aid of the fnnd which has been raised for the relief of the inhabitants of Quebec, whose sufferings since the late extensive fires hav
September 20, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LEEDS GLASSMAKERS AND THEIR CONTRACTS.

THE LEEDS GLASSMAKERS AND THEIR CONTRACTS.

The present active condition of the glass market has cms great demand for the labour of operative manufacturers, and advanced wages are offered on all hands for competent workmen. The result has been that men continuing under contracts made before tho present favourable reaction
September 20, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO CORRtSMNDBNTft returning p .per* will ohl.gt directing the* ia i vr.s hi HuekM Gnttltt Ay*«‘» vihwh will suture their

TO CORRtSMNDBNTft returning p .per* will ohl.gt directing the* ia i vr.s hi HuekM Gnttltt Ay*«‘» vihwh will suture their

being c»e o .‘V«eui iuem, «»iU tender oh*» tim unnecessary, ll*e • *i.n.,t- ‘ei< '.(» •'<inrnetfl v case the co%ei* •bouid br?uk, urlitii mure one copy.
September 20, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
TO OUR DEBTORS.

TO OUR DEBTORS.

The recovery *m*ll delns. under the present expensive end injurious prurt-s at law, and the operalion of useful in-.'ines effent the abolition of credit rendeis nn;e*s«ry to adopt new plan in dealing with persons «ho pay aitention to applications by letter lor the payment ul nai
September 20, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
UXBRIDGE NEWS.

UXBRIDGE NEWS.

On Tuesday last, the second annisersary of the Loral Prince Allien Lodge Odd Fellows was celebrated in thi- town. Alter promenading the town, the brethren, about 30 number, ompanied by band ol music nml lour handsome banner*, (one of which wns carried by hist Allen, of the Chequ
September 20, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 

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MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

On Sandajr laat. at Si. M.ry’. Cbiirck, Aylerkury, John Perkins, bricklayer, to Matilda Hurtno, of Hartwell. On Tueadnjr lati, at tba llapiial Maeling-huuie. Had. denbam, (by the Ree Peier I'ylrr.) Mr. Isaac Foetor, that place, to Miss Einiljr Kodwell, ol Hulcott. deaths. Veater
September 20, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
AYLESBURY POLICE. llo«D*r, Sift. 15. Hefore IF. RiekfirJ, £*y., and Sir J D King. Oar:.] Samuel Chandler, lad of Aylesbury,

AYLESBURY POLICE. llo«D*r, Sift. 15. Hefore IF. RiekfirJ, £*y., and Sir J D King. Oar:.] Samuel Chandler, lad of Aylesbury,

was charged with having, on Saturday evening, thrown sloda at person named Patrick, keeper of Baxear, Kingsbury, Aylesbury, which struck him on the mouth, and km" ked some his teeth out. Th* complainant not appearing, th* defendant was admonished and discharged. Joseph Sparks, s
September 20, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
AYLESBURY UNION.

AYLESBURY UNION.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the BOARD of GUARDIANS, at their MEETING, to beholdenat the WORKHOUSE in KSBlflty, on WEDNESDAY, the 17th Dajr oiSEKi'EMBEII inslant, at Tea o'Cloc* in the foreoocn ure desirous of rrcemng TENDERS from l‘ericns to CONTRACT for the supply of Ihe tolij
September 13, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
TO GROCERS, &c.

TO GROCERS, &c.

Best yellow soap per lb. soft ditto ditto. Good Congou lea •••••••• ditto. Coffee to. Pepper ditto Starch ditto. Hue ditto. Haw ditto- The best keg lard ditto. salt butter—of first quaUly ditto. Good goudacheese ditto. p,i:nenew bacen, ditio. Good candles,,./. • - ..I ••.••• dit
September 13, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
TO BUTCHERS.

TO BUTCHERS.

Good fat beef, consisting of rounds, thick and thin flanks Good mutton, consisting of fore-quarters, weighing between 18 and 241bs. Beef and mutton suet, at per lb. TO BREWERS, at per barrel. CLOTHIERS AND SHOEMAKERS. Men’s, boys', women's, and girls’ lialf-bools, women’s and gi
September 13, 1845 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England