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HE SURREY MANURE COMPANY beg JL to apprise Landed Proprietors, Farmers, and Manure Dealers, that they are prepared to supply

HE SURREY MANURE COMPANY beg JL to apprise Landed Proprietors, Farmers, and Manure Dealers, that they are prepared to supply

the ■■dl l mentioned Manures, carriage free, to any part of the kingdom when quantities are taken: According to Quality. Guano from £5 0 to £10 0 per Ton. Nitrate of Soda 11 0 „ 16 0 „ Concentrated Night-50i1.... „ 5 0 „ Prepared Rape Dust 0 „ „ Super Phosphate of Lime 5 0 „ „ P
March 26, 1853 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
BIRTHS. On the inst.. in »'handoa-place, New-road, Aylesbury, t-« wife of Mr. James Webb, tailor, of daughter. On the inst.,

BIRTHS. On the inst.. in »'handoa-place, New-road, Aylesbury, t-« wife of Mr. James Webb, tailor, of daughter. On the inst.,

Northampton, the widow of the late Edward Lliarks Barw«ll, Ks'j., of (_»• the liitli inst., at Buckingham, the wife Mr. Julta Mechan, jrrocer, a son. DEATHS. ftaisu last, the White Hart Hot 1, Aylesbury, mfmi Mr. John Fowler, of Broughton Backs, ami , more than to years propriet
March 26, 1853 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
THE WINDSOR ELECTION PETITION.

THE WINDSOR ELECTION PETITION.

The extravaganza denominated " The Windsor I Election Petition," has length been played out, and nothing remains of it but to " pay the piper." We present our readers, in another column, with ! the remainder of the proceedings, which it will be ! seen terminated on Saturday, wit
March 26, 1853 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
THE LATE FIRE AT WINDSOR CASTLE.

THE LATE FIRE AT WINDSOR CASTLE.

Tuesday last a requisition, numerously and respectably signed, was presented to W. B. Hoiderness, Esq., the Mayor, requesting him call a meeting of the inhabitants of this Borough, for the purpose of adopting addresses congratulation to the Queen and Prince Albert the preservati
March 26, 1853 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Birthday tub Princess Louisa.—On Friday week the parish Church and Castle bells rung merry ' peals celebrate the birthday her

Birthday tub Princess Louisa.—On Friday week the parish Church and Castle bells rung merry ' peals celebrate the birthday her

Royal High- ness Lbusia Caroline Alberta, who entered that! day the year her age. A Royal salute was also fired in the Bachelor's Acre the town-botn- ' (Mr. Pond) honor of the event. Noktham Chtjxch Restoration.—Through the exertions liberality of the Rev. Isaac Henry Gossett. t
March 26, 1853 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
NOTES OF THE WEEK.

NOTES OF THE WEEK.

NOTES THE WEEK. THE BUCKS HERALD. AVLKSBUttY, MARCH St. The Jew Bill, which stood for the third rending Friday, has been postponed until after Easier. place of this bill, the one on the subject of the Clergy reserves in Canada waa considered committee, and it came out the ordeal
March 26, 1853 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.

AYLESBURY. Death van regret announce the death the venerable and Per. Justly Hill, Archdeacon and Commissary Buckingham, Bonehnreh-enm-Shankiin, Isle Wight, Friday, the inst. The deceased was in his year, having held the office of Archdeacon onwards years. his death the county h
March 26, 1853 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
SHIRE HALL, CHELMSFORD. A PUBLIC BALL will take place on THURSDAY, the 3lst March, 1853, the BALL ROOM of the

SHIRE HALL, CHELMSFORD. A PUBLIC BALL will take place on THURSDAY, the 3lst March, 1853, the BALL ROOM of the

SHIRE HALL, uuder the direction of the following Committee: — Mr. ROBERT BAKER, Writtle Mr. WM. BAKER. Mr. C. CHEVELEY Mr. BURRELL. Mr. W. B. HUGHES. Supper at One o'clock. Gentlemen's Tickets, 10s. 6d.; Ladies' ditto, 7s. 6d. To be obtained of the Committee, or at the Black Boy
March 18, 1853 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
MARRIED. 10th inst. at East Bergholt, Mr. Charles Brown, of that place, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. W".

MARRIED. 10th inst. at East Bergholt, Mr. Charles Brown, of that place, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. W".

Hallock, lligh.im. 15th inst. at Burleigh, by the Rev. G. Tamplin, Mr. John Harberie, of Falmer, Sussex, to Maria, only daughter of Mr. Clarke, of the Round-bush, Purleigh, in this county. 15th inst. Sainton, Herts, the Rev. Adams, Mr. William Sullins, of Barrington-hall, Hatfie
March 18, 1853 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ROLLS' COURT, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON.

ROLLS' COURT, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON.

(Before the Masteb of the Rolls.) STRICKLAND V. WOOD. This suit was instituted to enforce the specific performance of a contract. The plaintiff, Sir George Strickland, Bart., is the owner of property in the neighbourhood of Thorpe-Bassetf, in the county of York, and Mr. George W
March 12, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England