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WITHAM.

WITHAM.

LrCTURE ON THE HORRORS OF Tr ASPORTATION.— On Tuesday evening a lecture on the above subject was deli- vered by Mr. James Brice, in the National School-Room in this town, and the room was well filled with a respect- able audience. The lecturer, who has been an officer in the col
26 November 1847 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

INDIA, CHINA, AND EGYPT. (From the Times.) We have received by express from Marseilles onr letters from India, China, and Egypt, in anticipation of the overland mail of the 15th of October. The dates are from Calcutta to the 3rd, Madras to the Bth, and Bombay to the loth of Oct.
26 November 1847 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
rHOM THE LONDON __,Z__T_.

rHOM THE LONDON __,Z__T_.

rHOM THE LONDON ?? Fridau, November 19. BANKRUPTS. ,„. j,„ Flatman, Tt., Saxmundam. Suff.dk. draper, to surrender >?*■•/, 7. at the Bankrupts' Court: Solicitors, Mr. Jay, Buckler™ and Mr. Jay, Norwich. h _ a Palkner.J. B..and Fabian, 8.. Old Broad-stree». City. avKCM" ■ Mares, H.
26 November 1847 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
SOUTH LONVoN DISPENmARY.

SOUTH LONVoN DISPENmARY.

A_ QUARTERLY GENERAL MEETING of th e GOVERNORS of this Institution will be held at the Dispen-B,ary House. I, Lambeth-road, on THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, 2. The Chair will be taken at Seven precisely. G. EVEREST. Sec. OTICE is hereby given, that the GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of the COM
28 March 1829 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNiNG HERALD. SIR,-Mr. Cox, the Treasurer of the Foundling Hospital, having real in your Paper

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNiNG HERALD. SIR,-Mr. Cox, the Treasurer of the Foundling Hospital, having real in your Paper

of yesterfay, under the head " Nlarision House," some observations upon the regulations And maofiKement of that Insiitution, which, if not contradicted, he is Apprehensive may prejudice the Charity with the public, and prevent unfortunate mothers taking the usual measures to att
28 March 1829 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PIOCES OF HAY ANL STRAW Al sAlYliiielki.l).—Tbursdil• Hay C!over . 34 od to Ss Od Straw ..... I Oct to

PIOCES OF HAY ANL STRAW Al sAlYliiielki.l).—Tbursdil• Hay C!over . 34 od to Ss Od Straw ..... I Oct to

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28 March 1829 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ALLIANCE J3IiITISH AND FOREIGN LIFE AND FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY. IPHIS is to give Noti ce , th a t th

ALLIANCE J3IiITISH AND FOREIGN LIFE AND FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY. IPHIS is to give Noti ce , th a t th

e ANNUAL I. GENERAL COURT of the SIEMRERS cf the ALLIANCE BRITISH and FOREIGN LIFE and FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY will be holden at the °Rice of the Company, Bartholomew. lane London, on WEDNESDAY, the Sth day of April next ensuing. at One o'clock in the Afternoon precisely, pursuan
28 March 1829 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL FIRE OFFICE, S n tC u , orn 111'11 , and 5, St. Jarnes's-street. DIRECTORS. JOHN BAKER RICHARDS, Esq.,

IMPERIAL FIRE OFFICE, S n tC u , orn 111'11 , and 5, St. Jarnes's-street. DIRECTORS. JOHN BAKER RICHARDS, Esq.,

Chairman. ZENEAS I3ARKLY, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Grant Allan, Esq. Jeremiah Olive, EIN. Charles Barclay, Esq, M.P. James Pattlson, jun. Esq. George Brown, Esq. Sir Charles Price, Bart. Andrew Colvile, Esq. Sir James Shaw, Bart. Charles Danvers, Esq . . I Robert Slade, Esq. John
28 March 1829 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Oak Tlmber, Waltham

Oak Tlmber, Waltham

Ckase, Hants.—To be SOLD by AUCTION, at the Red Lion Inn. Fareham, on Monday, April 13, UPWARDS of 6,000 Oak Timber Trees, with their Lop, Top, and Bark, being In different parts of Waltham Chase, at a short distance from water carriage. All the trees are or Will be numb er ed an
28 March 1829 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BURY SESSIONS CONCLUDED

BURY SESSIONS CONCLUDED

William Sparrow Appellant and Henry Adams, Clerk, Respondent.— The Appellant is a farmer living at Bardwell, of which parish tbe Respondents Rector. The appeal was against an order of two Magistrates made u'udei the 7th and Bth Win. c. 6. " for the re- covery of tithes," for the
25 January 1826 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England