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COURT OF CHANCERY, JAN. 17.

COURT OF CHANCERY, JAN. 17.

unii«vw-i - Before Ur* Loan Brooks «. Loan and Ladt -This appeal from *£ Knight Bruce, madeupoo further directions ln rait Instituted for administration of the estate the lato Lord Monaon. died in 1841, aad by will made tJtat year devised bis estates in Surry, to trustee*, to th
January 26, 1849 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM and SPITTLEGATR Valuable RES BOLD BBTATBB and GAS BHA BBS, To bo SOLD by AUCTION, Maters. Wood, At George

GRANTHAM and SPITTLEGATR Valuable RES BOLD BBTATBB and GAS BHA BBS, To bo SOLD by AUCTION, Maters. Wood, At George

laa Grantham, Monday day of Jannary instant, at o'clock la Evening prseiestv, ■abject to conditions sale then produced, foUowing other Lota ac may agreed npoa tho time of ease :— GRANTHAM. Lot WO MEBSUAGEB or X with Granary, Stable, and other Out-buildings thereto adjoining aad
January 26, 1849 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Jan. 19.

FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Jan. 19.

BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. EDWARD High street, chemist and druggist. BANKRUPTS. JAMES CRISP, jtin. Becclcs. corn merchant, Jan. 31 and March 1 at 1. Sols. Messrs. Clarke and Co. Lincoln's inn fields; and Messrs. Beck Witb and Co. Norwich ; Official Assignee, Mr. Johnson, Basinghail st
January 27, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SHIRTS SHIRTS !! SHIRTS !!! BUCKHAM AND GREY beg to inform their Friends and the Public, that, they have now

SHIRTS SHIRTS !! SHIRTS !!! BUCKHAM AND GREY beg to inform their Friends and the Public, that, they have now

on Hand, a Large and Cheap Lot of SHIRTS, FRONTS, and. COLLARS, the best Workmanship, also their IMPROVED TRIPLEX SHIRT COLLAR, has been acknowledged Fit and Wear better thau , any st introduced. 0 Saturday First they will commence to SELL OFI he whole of tbeir WINTER STOCK at R
January 27, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NORFOLK CHRONICLE.

THE NORFOLK CHRONICLE.

As tie subject of a new workhouse has become ne of public discussion, we may, in addition to r remarks of last week, observe, that it has not been taken by the Gnaidians till after repeated complaints, by the present Inspector ofthe Poor Law Commissioners, —and previously by the
January 27, 1849 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Growers of Scot, & Larch. WANTED to~» AHE, ' LARGE QUANTITY OF THE ABOVE FOR SHIPMENT. Apply to Mr. Janes

Growers of Scot, & Larch. WANTED to~» AHE, ' LARGE QUANTITY OF THE ABOVE FOR SHIPMENT. Apply to Mr. Janes

Wrigt t, Merchant, Lynn. Wanted Immediately. Establishment in A LADY, Assistant, competent tdfvacb (in addition to a sound English EducationJ| Breach, Mnsic, and Drawing. Address (pre-paid,) to Z., Great Massingi ham, Rongham, Norfolk. January 24th, 1849. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A R
January 27, 1849 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
PRESENTS. H. & Co. BEG announce, thartbey have purchased a tasteful selection of FANCY and ORNAMENTAL ARTICLES, adapted for presents,

PRESENTS. H. & Co. BEG announce, thartbey have purchased a tasteful selection of FANCY and ORNAMENTAL ARTICLES, adapted for presents,

wbich will be arranged for inspection on Saturday, February Srd, 1849. LYNN —Attendance Tuesday, 20th, instead ofthe 6th, Miss Hayes, Norfolk Street. Three Month*. Trial.—ArtkmWsonf- Ma*ticalionG*aranfecd ESTABLISHED 1823. Messrs. CARTWIItiHT DAVIS, SURGEON DENTISTS, I, Post Off
January 27, 1849 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Topics of the Times.

Topics of the Times.

EPISCOPAL AND CLERICAL NOTIONS AS TO " PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS." We appear to live in an age when—imitating the »tterness of that warfare which political Dissent has ever directed against the time-honoured privileges of the EstablishedChureh—an onslaught upon the social amusements of
January 27, 1849 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
Spirit of the Press.

Spirit of the Press.

Spirit the Press. Leamington.—Nothing could be more striking, were it not so common, or can be more lamentable, although it common, than the careless and even reckless maimer which persons in office, whether high or bumble, metropolitan or provincial, often injure, even ruin, ind
January 27, 1849 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
THE IRISH STATE PROSECUTIONS.

THE IRISH STATE PROSECUTIONS.

In whatever light we view the Irish State-trials, find a gross want knowledge on the part the Crown Officers, and a most convincing proof of the laxity which disfigures the administration of public justice in Ireland, under Whig auspices. The following extracted from The Times o
January 27, 1849 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England