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f -'7 • M ' s - ' to Col :espondents. rlar-ynriiviation of a Southwark Conservativ acted upon; and an

f -'7 • M ' s - ' to Col :espondents. rlar-ynriiviation of a Southwark Conservativ acted upon; and an

Agency f6r thczt bt7dugh be appointed. Indeed, from inconvenience that has been experienced, from the present locality of our office, it has become requisite that the place of printing of the 6 ' Surrey Mercury," should be removed either into one of the great metropolitan boroug
January 7, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
No. 16.—V01. I.] WHEREA.S a Petition of THOMAS iPKINS, formerly of High street, and now of Mill street, both in

No. 16.—V01. I.] WHEREA.S a Petition of THOMAS iPKINS, formerly of High street, and now of Mill street, both in

the parish of Maidstone, in the County of Kent, dyer, an insolvent Debtor, having been filed in the Court of Bankruptcy, and an interim order for Protection from process having been given to the said Thomas Hopkins, unaer the provisions of the statutes in that case made and prov
February 7, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
GLEANTSGS IN NAi URAL I/IL-;TORY. '.1.1118 lIOUSE-IL7.

GLEANTSGS IN NAi URAL I/IL-;TORY. '.1.1118 lIOUSE-IL7.

GLEANTSGS IN NAi URAL I/IL-;TORY. '.1.1 1 18 lIOUSE-IL7. The eye of the common house-fly s fled so as to enable Ls prominnt oms of vision to view accurately the objects around i;;in eve7y d ectiou ; it is - jurnis'hed wlth 8,000 her_agonal races, till c:lculated to convey perfect
February 7, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
GOING WO BUY EIGS.

GOING WO BUY EIGS.

FRIDAY.—Two brothers named Henry and George Wilmot, residing in Obelisk Yard , Waterloo Road, were charged with stealing sil v er and copper monies from the till of Mr. Spurway, grocer, London Street, Greenwich. Edwin Peebles, shopman to the prosecutor, deposed that about one o'
February 7, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
Dover.

Dover.

ALARMING ACCIDENT.—The late heavy rains have caused some falls of cliff in this neigh_ bourhood, but we are happy to state that no injury to persons has been the result, thuoi4h considerable damage has been done at the back of Snargate-street by the slipping of a very large port
February 7, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
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February 7, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
Einb ig a fund of the most miming and interesting informa.. 4.—Hull Rockingham. -• ^ " - In adti on

Einb ig a fund of the most miming and interesting informa.. 4.—Hull Rockingham. -• ^ " - In adti on

to its other important features, its beautifully arrangea -znzes of advertisements forma valuable Insurance Ofliee,anC rrade Directory.—Lieerpool Chronicle. The mest and most useful almanack verpool d. indard. ' A first. rate. alinanack, Which must grow in popularity. —Midland C
January 31, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
Guildford.

Guildford.

New CATTLE MARkET.—At the meeting or the Town. council on Friday, the 16th inst.,. was unanimously resolved to receive and adopt the propositions of a committee, appointed at a public meeting, relative to the above important subject, viz. ; that a market for the sale of fat and
January 31, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
A v: !LAC 3 COL:C_I.

A v: !LAC 3 COL:C_I.

It was a lovely day; the - e seemed a Sznbr.th perce oa al . •as. The udget: lio - se s:ood meek aid passive :a the field, patienay eyeag the passer-by, as though it felt secule of one dry's nay; 'the cows w,.11 the': lar:;e, id looks, lay r - 2moved upon the s; a '' th'ugs seem
January 31, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
Births. Jan, 27, at Ash, the wife of the Rev. I'. Satkey. Curate of Westmarsh, of a son. Jan. 21,

Births. Jan, 27, at Ash, the wife of the Rev. I'. Satkey. Curate of Westmarsh, of a son. Jan. 21,

at Belmont4E l , Lee, Mrs. G. Debenham of a daughter. Jan. 17, at Calvery•park, Tonbridge Welts, the lady of G. K. Pollock, Esq., of a daughter. Marriages. Jan. 22, at Isl'ag,on, Mr. C. S. Hawthorne, eldest son of the late Major R. Hawihorno, of H. M. Sen:ce, to Catherine, only
January 31, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England