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Tenements' Rating, luki.\m»- —lf ( ?? a Parliamentury return, that there arc - "i'»tJ whose tenements are rated to the

Tenements' Rating, luki.\m»- —lf ( ?? a Parliamentury return, that there arc - "i'»tJ whose tenements are rated to the

poor at ?? lh ., ; otS/.. .and above SI. and not exceedini- -10.. and not exceeding 12/., .4,45 1J ; above l- ceeding 15/., 16,689; above 15/. and not ?? ■ ' 33,848; above IS/, and not exceeding - 20/. an.l not excei ding ?? 30,662; above - total, 374,302.
February 28, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE..— «_.—.

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE..— «_.—.

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. — «_. — . DEANERY RUR-.L. -j,, Rev. H. E. Abney, to the rural deanery of Derby. RECTORIES. -jbe Key. S. T. Brandram, to the Perpetual Curacy of i.- .on. Alvsrstoke, Hants. _,c K« T H p - Cholmondeley, to the Rectory of Ham- ■■ K -dwarf, Staffordshire.
February 28, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY DIVISION.

PARLIAMENTARY DIVISION.

MR. COBDEN 'S AMENDTMENT. ( The House divided:— For the original motiou, 275; for Mr. Cobden's amendment, 78: — ayes. ; Abdy , T. N. Fox, R. M. Ogle, S. | Acland, Sir T. Fox, S. L. Ossulston, Lord ! Adair, R. A. Fuller, A. E. Owen, Sir J. j Anson, Colonel Glyn, G. C. Paget, Lord
February 28, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Anibal', Nelda', and Boston Biraieshaaa & Oxford Jaaetiot Wolrerharayson, dad Birraiaglise. Natant/mato& arid Saw frailty Beside, Stamford, arid BitWWI Bridal

Anibal', Nelda', and Boston Biraieshaaa & Oxford Jaaetiot Wolrerharayson, dad Birraiaglise. Natant/mato& arid Saw frailty Beside, Stamford, arid BitWWI Bridal

add Caladdered Carter and Holyhead Ilmit AMU* ((Lid I. I. . H.) B Brit Glasgow sad Dorchnter Gnat Illatlisla avid Wens Grad Nora Eadladd Gress W. sad Carlisle sad Berkshire lasi mil lifthess, add South sad Lain Semh.we.t,re Seal/a Weatera nod Yeoril Braise, Matlock add Lie Carli
February 28, 1849 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
iTERS, WHEELWRIGHTS, AND OTHERS.

iTERS, WHEELWRIGHTS, AND OTHERS.

OAK, ASH, ELM SPIRES, aad POLLARDS,
February 28, 1849 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 

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Also, the TOP WOOD & Blackthorn Bushes,

Also, the TOP WOOD & Blackthorn Bushes,

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY JOHN SW AN & lON, OD WEDNVIDAY (this day), Veb. 28th, 1849, at Eleven o'clock. The Auctioneers het attention of the Pubic to the OAKS, •hiek am very fine and clop, which will he paid standing, with the tops and bark. with leave to remain until the Nth o
February 28, 1849 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
CAMBRIDGE IMPROVEMENT ACTS. TO PAVIORS.

CAMBRIDGE IMPROVEMENT ACTS. TO PAVIORS.

TIIE Commissioners for executing the above Acts will meet at the Town-hall, Terrine v, the 13th day of March, 1819 at the hour of Ten in the forenoon, to receive Proposal. for paving, repairing and keeping in repar the carnage-wan and ehannels of all such streets, ways. and plac
February 28, 1849 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
BEDFORD LEVEL CORPuRA

BEDFORD LEVEL CORPuRA

HONORABLE THE GOVERNORS, BAILIFFS CONSERVATORS & COMMONALTY Of TIM
February 28, 1849 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
BEDFORD LEVEL CORPORATION

BEDFORD LEVEL CORPORATION

LORIN ADD GENTLEMEN, UR reepected Auditor, Mr. Asteurn, tiering become • Candidate for the ILegiatership, I beg respeetfully to offer myself a. a Candidate for the AUDITORSIIIP, if it should become vacant, and to solicit your Vote and Interest in my favour. From the stake which
February 28, 1849 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
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tee Parliamentary proceedings the coarse tithe last week have not been devoid of interest. sod of the mat admirable features of the debates they are certainly less prolix than usual at the early part of the session. The discussion on the gamin of limiting the speech.. to one hou
February 28, 1849 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England