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Mr. J. Banks Stanhope has published his address, and he at length before the county as a candidate for the

Mr. J. Banks Stanhope has published his address, and he at length before the county as a candidate for the

representation of Lindsey. Whether he will remain till the summer of next year (before whioh time a general election is not expected) is questionable the minds of many persons who are known to be well acquainted with the politics of the division and the sentiments of those who u
August 22, 1851 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
AGRICULTURISTS aad Others. Young Man, aged 22, the Son of a Clergyman, with she years' experience in huge Lincolnshire (Heath)

AGRICULTURISTS aad Others. Young Man, aged 22, the Son of a Clergyman, with she years' experience in huge Lincolnshire (Heath)

Farm, offers his services to any Gentleman needlac ■sasrtnnca of steady and industrious habits, and felly understands his business.—For terms, references, further particulars, apply (by letter) to X. L., Postoffice, Wansford, Northamptonshire. DENTAL Hull, Dally, 15, Whitefriar-
August 22, 1851 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRIMSBY Ship to the 20th August. _rt-* ARRIVED. Frederick Young, wSlace, from -JJTVv Cronstadt. Enighed, Arentaen. from GothenrTS|UfN\ burgh. George

GRIMSBY Ship to the 20th August. _rt-* ARRIVED. Frederick Young, wSlace, from -JJTVv Cronstadt. Enighed, Arentaen. from GothenrTS|UfN\ burgh. George

Smith, Kemp, from Archangel. mmXKir Bernard and Eliae, Schaap, from Amsterdam. ma Belle, Jeffersen, from Quebec. Pearl, Howard, and Liberty, Kibble, from Harwich. Urania, Bennett, from Leith. John, Dobson; Prosperous, Wilson; Ann, Chapman - and Thomas and Sarah, Thompson from Ga
August 22, 1851 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday's Express.

Friday's Express.

LOVDO.V, THVRSDA JULY 11. That* was rather less buoyancy in the Eng-1 ""T -*■" steady. "Tv opened at and after some flue- Bank Stock, 212; Re; Three-end-a-Quarter per Cents., 98 _ Mm «7*. 70*. premium.—Railway Shares the Corn-market firm the adw*t«J^ rf M*»d*T. Travjf »ys»" We a
July 12, 1850 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MISS TALL ANT beg, to announce thst her School will re-open on Tuesday the 30th. Lincoln, July 9th, L THE

MISS TALL ANT beg, to announce thst her School will re-open on Tuesday the 30th. Lincoln, July 9th, L THE

Duties of Mies SCOTTg SEMINARY will be resumed on Tuesday, July the 23d instant. 326, High-street, Lincoln, MRS. ROOME respectfully announces that the Duties of her Establishment will be resumed on Friday, August the 2d. Beaumont-hill, Lincoln, Jnly Bth, 1850. THE Misses BLUNDY
July 12, 1850 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Grantham County Magistrates' Meeting, June 7; before C. Tumor, Esq. and the Rev. C. B. Otley Wm. Starkie. of Denton,

Grantham County Magistrates' Meeting, June 7; before C. Tumor, Esq. and the Rev. C. B. Otley Wm. Starkie. of Denton,

was summoned by his lad for arrear wage*: d b * d . fert ,ld going home for time: while Starkie said " hit wife wu v good doctor v ever wat, and the boy would not allow her to dress hU feet" alao proved that the boy staid out dancing an night Defendant was ordered to pay 15*. ar
June 14, 1850 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEW PUBLICATION.

NEW PUBLICATION.

Handbook of Bcbghlbt, compiled by the publisher, S. Sharp, Stamford.—This Is acceptable addition to the several publications descriptive of the beauties and contents of the ancient seat of the Cecils. The editorial part of the work displays considerable research among ancient re
May 30, 1851 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Spirit of the Public Journals.

Spirit of the Public Journals.

From the Times. Parliament has not often assembled with so simple budget of measures as that now before it. At this moment two subjects, singularly unconnected, happen to engross the whole public mind. Between the recent attack of the Pope on the religious independence of Englan
February 7, 1851 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOSTON, STAMFORD, and BIRMINGHAM «m RAILWAY. T^J"OTICE is hereby given, that the nMnnyß Half-yearly Ordinary Meeting of J the Shareholders

BOSTON, STAMFORD, and BIRMINGHAM «m RAILWAY. T^J"OTICE is hereby given, that the nMnnyß Half-yearly Ordinary Meeting of J the Shareholders

this Company will be B?3BBBjs=held, on Wednesday the 19th day of February, 1851, Two o'clock p.m. precisely, at the Offices ofthe Great Northern Railway, King's Cross Terminus, London, for the purpose of receiving Report from the Directors, and upon the General Business of the C
February 7, 1851 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
.„H TTNDBEY SOCIETY for the FROTBC- Interest, and praying »r immTl»f Tl»f be requested to take the usual means of

.„H TTNDBEY SOCIETY for the FROTBC- Interest, and praying »r immTl»f Tl»f be requested to take the usual means of

carrying out the above Resolution. Further Subscriptions aid of the Contingent Fund the Society:— Sir Ic. Thorold, Bart Sir Thee. Beckett, Bart ™ Christ Tumor, Esq J. B. Stanhope, Esq capt SkeUingthorpe, 4th Feb. 1851. and Secretary. SPILSBY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. Adjourned M
February 7, 1851 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England