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KENT. CE.EEIVIVI CI-I.

KENT. CE.EEIVIVI CI-I.

It is with extreme regret, that we have this week to announce in our obituary, the demise of Adam Young, Esq., of Maize Hill, who has for many years has filled the arduous duty of Justice of the Peace for the upper half hundred oi Blackheath. The deceased, who expired at his res
May 30, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
FARADAY.

FARADAY.

He had a pleasant countenance, lighted up by a pair of the most lively, restless black eyes I ever saw in the head of man, or woman either. His hair too, was jet black, curly, and parted in the very centre of his forehead, not giving him, as hair disposed in that manner Sometime
May 30, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
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March 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
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March 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
Very Valuable Estate,

Very Valuable Estate,

For the unexpired term of 1750 Years, nearly equal to Freehold, Mr. Townsend WILL SELL BY AUCTION, At the MART, oppo-ite the Bank of England, (IN TUESDAY, MARCH the 30th, 1847, at Twelve V o'clock by order of the proprietor, a very valuable and improvable •
March 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
ATTRUPTIM SITICIDS.

ATTRUPTIM SITICIDS.

A well dressed young woman, who gave the name of Ann Marshind, was charged with attempting to commit suicide under the following circumstances. Police-consts Arthur, 202 R, deposed that he saw the accused in Iligh•street Deptfur.l, on Saturdal evening ; she was followed by a you
March 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
Northfleet

Northfleet

September 28, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
SURREY SESSIONS,

SURREY SESSIONS,

_ An action was brought by Mr. Cleave, the bookseller, of Shoe-lane, Fleet-street, to recover the au of .£7 4s. 2d. to him on an I 0 U for goods sold and delivered to Mr, Sawyer. The evidence adduced on behalf of the plaintiff went to :show that he had supplied the defendant wit
September 28, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL AND SOCIAL CONSIDERATIONS.

NATIONAL AND SOCIAL CONSIDERATIONS.

' ' The events of the past year in the money-world—the arrest of the spirit of enterprise in the wildness of its railroad career—the consequent crash among the bubbles, and the wholesale suspension of premature projects, are circumstances with which all must be acquainted. Such
September 28, 1846 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
bp auction

bp auction

I'ALUABLE CORN AND GRASS FARM, • NEAR BARNET. tl ika rdr. Leifchild 'eceived instructions to submit to Public AUCTION, (*)NT 1, AT GARAWAY'S, 'TUESDAYS R JUNE 8, at 12 for 1, in lots, an im- P4ortant and desirabl , ESTATE, cal ed Bridge Foot 4i the parish of S..uth Mimms, in the
June 1, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England