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Fruit Trees, General Nursery Stock, and Greenhouse Plants. IVTOWon SALE, at reduced Prices, the whole of 111 the TREES, NURSERY

Fruit Trees, General Nursery Stock, and Greenhouse Plants. IVTOWon SALE, at reduced Prices, the whole of 111 the TREES, NURSERY

STOCK, aud GREENHOUSE PLAN IS, in the ground formerly occupied by M. William Ford, at Hill's Court. consists o! Peach Nectarine, Apricot, Pear, and Cherry Trees Dw'aif and Stand.ni, of the best sorts ; great variety of Apple and remarkably fine Mnlbenw and Ford's New hvergreen D
30 September 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
C LO S E ,—EX ET E R. N AUCTION will be held at the Clarf.nc.v Hot f.i., Exeter, on

C LO S E ,—EX ET E R. N AUCTION will be held at the Clarf.nc.v Hot f.i., Exeter, on

Wednesday the day of October next, at Five o'clock in the Afternoon, for Sale of all excellent and convenient DWELLING HOUSE, well adapted either for the residence a genteel Family or for Professional Offices; situate near the Chantry, and now in the occupation of Miss Hill, yea
30 September 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SUPERIOR LIVE STOCK, REMOVED FROM BILLIXGBEAII PARK; 300 Loads of HAY, 100 Loads of ST It AW, and capital DEAD

SUPERIOR LIVE STOCK, REMOVED FROM BILLIXGBEAII PARK; 300 Loads of HAY, 100 Loads of ST It AW, and capital DEAD

STOCK POPE'S FARM, White Walthatn, near Brick Bridge; be SOLD by AUCTION", by MR. CREAK Ell, on Tuesday, October 13th, 1829, and following day, at 10 for 11 o'clock, precisely, on the Premises of Mr. L. ROSE, as above, being his ge- miine property, (no person having been allowed
8 October 1829 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
THE INTELLIGENCER. LEEDS, THURSDAY, AUGUST. 5. very great sensation Las been created all over the country, but more especially in

THE INTELLIGENCER. LEEDS, THURSDAY, AUGUST. 5. very great sensation Las been created all over the country, but more especially in

the commercial districts, by the Foreign News of the last few days; and if the statements published respecting the defeat of the Royalists in Peru, be not altogether without foundation, the affairs of South America must very soon be brought to extremely favourable crisis. The se
5 August 1824 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE HUSSARS.

YORKSHIRE HUSSARS.

On Tuesday week, after the evening parade, Lord Grantham and the Officers of the Yorkshire Hussars entertained a large party of fashionables with fits cluimpctrc, in Pontetract Park, where two beautiful Marquees were erected for their reception. Nearly all the families of distin
5 August 1824 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MEXICO AND ITS ATTRACTIONS.

MEXICO AND ITS ATTRACTIONS.

Mr. Bullock, who has recently published interesting book of travels in Mexico, Swojajj Vera Crux, the port in the gives the consoling account for Europeans, who are attracted thither -commercial pursuits or pleasure; the same with nearly equal force te New Orleans, Carthagena, S
5 August 1824 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR AUGUST.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR AUGUST.

The hay harvest completed« aud, casualties excepted, think very satisfactory. The bulk of bay ia considerable, and fur the most part, the crop secured very fair conditioni nevertheless, In some peculiar situations, owing to heavy and partial falls rain, not only the upland bay h
5 August 1824 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Gone tie. Tuesday, July 27, 1824. James Martin the elder, Beetles, Suffolk, farmer and oth Auk 7th Sept at the Bell Inn, Saxmundham. Sols Messrs Smith at Buekerfield, 0, Gray* Inn place, Holborn and Mr A Cavell, Saxmondham. Benjamin Northrop Tute, Wakefield, printer 17th and 18t
5 August 1824 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BIRTHS. On Thursday laat, Newby Park, the Hon. Mra. Ramsden, Lady of John Charles Ramsden, Esq. M.P. of a son

BIRTHS. On Thursday laat, Newby Park, the Hon. Mra. Ramsden, Lady of John Charles Ramsden, Esq. M.P. of a son

and heir. Tuesday week, the Lady of B. Haworth, Esq. Rolston, in Holderneas, of son. On the 19th ult. Boulston, Pembrokeshire, the Lady of Robt-1 unes Ackland, Bsq.-of a son. ' MARRIAGES. few days ago, Richard Leonard Lee, Esq. this town, to Mias Hammond, of Beech Hill. Middlese
5 August 1824 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE YORKSHIRE FIRE eft LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, ESTABLISHED f PATRONS. His Grace tbe ARCHBISHOP qf YORK. Tbe Right Hon. EARL

THE YORKSHIRE FIRE eft LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, ESTABLISHED f PATRONS. His Grace tbe ARCHBISHOP qf YORK. Tbe Right Hon. EARL

FITZWILLI AM. The Right Hon. EARL SCARBOROUGH- Tbe Right Htm. EARL OF TYRCOtTWEL. The Right Hon. tbe LORD MAYOR OF YORK. The Hon. M. STOURTON. SIR WM. AMCOTTS ING ILB V, Bart, M.P. SIR tt. J. GOODRICH.E, Bait. The Van. the ARCHDEACON OF CLEVELAND. G. F. BARLOW, Ban. RALPH CREYKE
5 August 1824 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England