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London Markets.

London Markets.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.—Monday. Wheat has Fallen One Shilling to Two Shillings pee Quarter to-day. Mark Lank, Sept 21. —From the provincial markets the reports speak of continued dnlness in the trade for all kinds of grain, with drooping prices and good supplies of home-grown prod
September 24, 1864 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
G. THOMPSON, AUCTIONEER, Appraiser and Valuer of Houses, Land, Stock, and Furniture, RESPECTFULLY acknowledges the increased Patronage he has received

G. THOMPSON, AUCTIONEER, Appraiser and Valuer of Houses, Land, Stock, and Furniture, RESPECTFULLY acknowledges the increased Patronage he has received

since his commencement in the above Business, 1852, and trust* shall still be favoured with a continuance of that support which it has ever been his most anxious endeavour to deserve. Valuations for Probate and Tenant's Interest. Land and Timber Surveyor, and Agent. Residence—Wo
September 24, 1864 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
FCHILDERSTONE, BUTTERM AN ,Ch esse - monger, and Pock Butcher, 67, High St., Guildford. constant supply of good Aylesbury and

FCHILDERSTONE, BUTTERM AN ,Ch esse - monger, and Pock Butcher, 67, High St., Guildford. constant supply of good Aylesbury and

other Butters, Cream Cheese, Pork and German Sausages, dressed Ham, Beef, Pic-nic Pies, &c. A. G ARRJETtTpR ACTICAL WATCHand , CLOCK. MAKER, Market Street, Guildford. Watches and Clocks of English and foreign manufacture cleaned and repaired on the premises. Clocks contracted fo
September 24, 1864 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
MALT FOR CATTLE-FEEDING

MALT FOR CATTLE-FEEDING

The following regulations have just been issued by the Board of Inland Revenue: " By bill of the present session of Parliament it is proposed to allow malt to be made duty- free for the feeding of animals, provided it be mixed with linseed before its removal from the malting pre
May 7, 1864 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
TERMS TO ADVERTISERS *. d. tdinarv Advertisement —not exceeding words ♦cry additional line of words .. .. to Let, and

TERMS TO ADVERTISERS *. d. tdinarv Advertisement —not exceeding words ♦cry additional line of words .. .. to Let, and

Servants wanted—not exceeding words . Wanting Places not exceeding 2" words ( Maaeab nhtmU it- tent the Office, 10, Iliffl vet. tiuildford. not Inter thin, three days befon day of publication. ADVERTISEMENTS. union Irs. \c. IFORD. Surrey. Freehold and Leasehold ing HOUSES, produ
May 7, 1864 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 

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FEMALE FASHION'S FOR AUGUST.

FEMALE FASHION'S FOR AUGUST.

[From Le FoUet.] The fashion of m ng promenade toilettes with t' c skirts fastened over very short petticoats is now totally discarded ; they are still worn looped up, Certainly but fastened in such a manner to admit of being lowered if required. Walking dresses are only so made
August 5, 1865 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
Local Bankrupts.

Local Bankrupts.

W. Hall, Barnes, Surrey, builder. J. Willis, Maidstone. Kent, iron and ibrass founder.
February 4, 1865 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
advertisements. THOMAS WHITBURN, General Auctioneer, Valuer, House and Estate Agent. Upholsterer, and Cabinet Maker. CHERTSEY STREET, GUILDFORD. ESTABLISHED SO TEARS

advertisements. THOMAS WHITBURN, General Auctioneer, Valuer, House and Estate Agent. Upholsterer, and Cabinet Maker. CHERTSEY STREET, GUILDFORD. ESTABLISHED SO TEARS

and upwards. New Grocery and Tea Warehouse, 117, HIGH STREET, GUILDFORD, (Late tke POST OFFICE), CT MILES begs to inform his Friends and Customers that he has commenced Business in the premises . above, where it' will be his endeavour to supply goods of the best quality, moderat
February 4, 1865 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
Godalming.

Godalming.

The B of tbe Horse Artillery entered this town on Thursday on their way from Dor- Chester to Woolwich. They are a fine body of men, and will leave England almost immediately for India. Sudden Death.—Mr. James Steadman, one of the most respected tradesmen in Godalming was found d
August 20, 1864 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
Country Markets and Crops.

Country Markets and Crops.

Corn, Aug. 13. — White wheat, 445. 10Jd ; oats, 205.; peas, 395. Total quantities—wheat, 325 qrs. 4 bushels; oats, era.; peat, 9 qrs. 4 bush. Total amount, £730 lis. 3d. ; oats, peas. £1 19s. Croydon Corn, Aug. 13.—White wheat, 40s. to 465.; red do. 40s. to 445. Grinding barley,
August 20, 1864 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England