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LEWES MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. A PREMIUM OF THREE POUNDS will be given to the Maker of the best Model of a

LEWES MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. A PREMIUM OF THREE POUNDS will be given to the Maker of the best Model of a

STAIR-CASE ami HAN D-RAIL The successful Model to be the property the Institution. A Premium of TEN SHILLINGS will be given to the Inventor a CASE for PRESERVING PAMPHLETS, superior to any now in use. Specifications and Terms to be seen at the Rooms of the Institution. The follo
16 September 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
HASTINGS District Committee of the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge. Anniversary MEETING will be held at the Swan Inn, Hastings,

HASTINGS District Committee of the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge. Anniversary MEETING will be held at the Swan Inn, Hastings,

on Friday, October 4th, 1833, attwelve o'clock precisely. SIR WM. ASHBURNHAM, Bart. President. Rev. J. G. WRENCH, D. C. L. Vice President Rev. G. G. STONESTREET, ) ~. , WASTEL BRISCO, jun. Esq. otewaras - Mr. ARCHER'S PICTURE of their Majesties' Visit to Lewes. THE Subscribers a
16 September 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
VV7ANTSa Situatioa as GARDENER, or Gardener and Gamekeeper; a middle aged married Man, understand? his business in all its branches,

VV7ANTSa Situatioa as GARDENER, or Gardener and Gamekeeper; a middle aged married Man, understand? his business in all its branches,

can have a good character from the place he has just left, where he has lived 9 years. Letters (post-paid) directed toA.B. Post-office, Horsham, will be duly attended to. ANTED, an Apprentice to BUTCHER,a respectt able lad from years ol age, in a shop where there are two apprent
16 September 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MARRIED. At Arundel, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. H. J. Parsons, Mr. Charles Hale, to Miss Eliza White, both

MARRIED. At Arundel, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. H. J. Parsons, Mr. Charles Hale, to Miss Eliza White, both

of Arundel. On the same day, at Leominster, by the Rev. —Vernon, Mr. Samuel Lidbetter, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Mr. Charles Cook of Arundel. DIED. On Friday, the 13th instant, at Newick, of a decline, Mr. Thomas late of Wans, Chailey. Thursday last, at Brighton, in the
16 September 1833 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
CAMBRIDGE UNION.

CAMBRIDGE UNION.

Number in the house last week 305 Admissions during the week 31 Total 336 Left 47; Died 0; Total 47 Total remaining Tramps remaining last week.. 8; Admitted 23 .. 31 Discharged 30; Remaining 1 .. 31 Tie astonishing number of J77 vafraats hav» beta admitted the last sight weeks.
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
SMITHFIELD ANNUAL PRIZE CATTLE SHEW.

SMITHFIELD ANNUAL PRIZE CATTLE SHEW.

On Wednesday, the splendid show of fat cattle, oxen, sheep, pigs, at the bazaar. King-street, Portmao-spaare, was crowded the whole day and evening. Among the noble- Ben and gentlemen who visited the show where the Dukes of aod Bedford, Earl Spencer, the Earl of March, Lord Daog
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
HUNTINGDON.

HUNTINGDON.

The Huntingdon, Bedford, and Peterborough Gazette. ADDRESSES ON THE BIRTH OF THE PRINCE ROYAL. Court Halt, Godmanchesler, Dec. "th. n> «'' n WM ' n conse( ucn ce of a requisition presented to the Mayor, calling on him to convene one for the purpose of sdopting congratulatory add
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
BEDFORD.

BEDFORD.

MEETING TO ADDRESS THE QUEEN. On Friday last, the 3rd instant, a public meeting was held at the Shire-hall, in Bedford, for the purpose preparing an address to the Queen. Tbe chair was taken by Dr. Meshsm, the mayor, who explained the objects of tbe meeting. Mr. T. A. Grkkn then
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
WISBECH.

WISBECH.

Christmas Market.—Our Christmas fat stock market was well supplied, both with sheep snd bessts, and the attendance of butchers and jobbers was larger than for years past. Two bullocks of the short-horn breed, belonging to Mr. Keelhsm, of Tyd St. Mary's, attracted the greatest no
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

TATTERSALL'S—Mondat. A few engagements were entered into the Derby, but tbe amounts in most cases were suiall, and the odds pretty nearly the same as those quoted Thursday last. Nothing, in fact, was done to call for any introductory observations. The Derby. Bto agst Colonel Pee
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England