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ROY L REPOSITORY, RUSSELL-STREET, LEAMINGTON. MR. R. COATES Begs to inform Noblemen, Gentlemen, and the Fubh generally, that his next

ROY L REPOSITORY, RUSSELL-STREET, LEAMINGTON. MR. R. COATES Begs to inform Noblemen, Gentlemen, and the Fubh generally, that his next

SALE BY AUCTION, OF HUNTERS,CARRIAGE HORSES AND BLOOD STOCK, WILL TAKE PLACE On WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10th, WHEN he will have several lots of VALUABL HUNTERS, and other description of Horse to offer, particulars of which will appear in Catalogue prior to Sale. R. C. also wishes to
January 6, 1849 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Paris, Monday.—Oo nww.year.day in Prance, wefl a* other there generally trace tot ****** fat Ike Council, the first of January, 1849, does not form an exception the general role. The whom population of Paris employed th* social duties of ring and distributing cards, aud ion*. Th
January 5, 1849 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
TO bo 8 _ *-F** » tbe Wbrttlesny, Friday tbe 12th dAyofJanuary, at Eight o'clock subject to each condition of

TO bo 8 _ *-F** » tbe Wbrttlesny, Friday tbe 12th dAyofJanuary, at Eight o'clock subject to each condition of

sale as will then prodacort. ALL those valuable Copthold and Fbuhold M Lot AU that new Brick sad Slated Messuage Dwelling-booM used a Public-house, called known by the name the Dukes Head, situate the and siffi» Mr. Robert Howe. Let AD that new Brtok and Mated Mosernagn or llesl
January 5, 1849 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FAVERSHAM PROSECUTING SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL MEETING the Subscribers will held the Inn, FAVKRS HAM, THURSDAY, the 11th day of JANUARY

FAVERSHAM PROSECUTING SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL MEETING the Subscribers will held the Inn, FAVKRS HAM, THURSDAY, the 11th day of JANUARY

inst., at Seven o'clock in the evening, when the Accounts for the Year will submitted, and new Members may be proposed. RICHARD BATHURST, January, 1849. Secretary. EGERTON, KENT. TO BE SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, (In One or more Lots), A CORN WINDMILL, with two acrei of ARABLE LAND.a
January 2, 1849 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HILLS OF MORTALITY, 1848.

HILLS OF MORTALITY, 1848.

NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. St. Nicholas.—Baptisms, male* fl, females increase 26. Marriages, MOM 15. Burials, males 47, females 41— 88; decrease 76. St. John's.—Baptisms, males 292, females 275—567; increase 11. Marriages, 321; increase lilt. Burials, males 139, females —251; decrease
January 6, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MR. MGREGOR'S FINANCIAL BUDGET.

MR. MGREGOR'S FINANCIAL BUDGET.

Mr. M'Gregor has published his financial programme, and Mr. M'Gregor from his previous studies statis. tician, observes the Times, has better right to publish such a document than nine-tenths of the multitude with whose schemes shall shortly inundated. Air. M'Gregor sets forth f
January 6, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
EMIGRATION.

EMIGRATION.

EMIGRATION, OR WORD TO YOUNG MEN OUT OF WORK. I shall Imagine thai yon have seriously thought over the matter, and decided to try your fortune in another I*nd. Now, the first thing yon bare to do is once to about getting information on the differen colonies open for yonr selecti
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
THE RIVALS, OR; CONTRACTS FOR CHEAP GOVERNMENT.

THE RIVALS, OR; CONTRACTS FOR CHEAP GOVERNMENT.

THE BUCKS HERALD. AYLESBURY, SATURDAY, 6. Another week has produced another amateu financier, equally prepared with the Pom mercial Pope to send contract for Cheap Government of Old England. Abstain from clap-traps, abusing one, praising others besides himself, and fortified wit
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
IVINGHOE PETTY SESSIONS.

IVINGHOE PETTY SESSIONS.

IVINGKOE PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Januart I. (Before llev. W. B. Wroth, and Captain ./. B. Parkinson.) Refusal pay Poor's Rates, or the Man j that would not pay because was not rated high ENOUGH. William Clark was summoned the overseers Mars worth for refusing to pay a poor-rate,
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
MR. NOEL, AND HIS PREDECESSORS. [The statements alluded to the following letter, were taken from another journal, but we willingly

MR. NOEL, AND HIS PREDECESSORS. [The statements alluded to the following letter, were taken from another journal, but we willingly

insert our correspondents remarks without, of course, siding with either authority over the other. -Ed. B. H.] the Editor oj the Bucki Herald and Windmr and Eton Journal. Sib,—Being cony inced with Mr. Noel, that " there is such a thing truth," and believing that you will agree
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England