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BIRMINGHAM, SHEFFIELD, WOLVERHAMPTON WAREHOUSE, WHOLE-ALE AND RETAIL IRONMONGERY CUTLERY ESTABLISHMENT, 48, BRIDGE-STREET, CAMBRIDGE. F. G. FOWLER, (LATE T. D. PAt'L,)

BIRMINGHAM, SHEFFIELD, WOLVERHAMPTON WAREHOUSE, WHOLE-ALE AND RETAIL IRONMONGERY CUTLERY ESTABLISHMENT, 48, BRIDGE-STREET, CAMBRIDGE. F. G. FOWLER, (LATE T. D. PAt'L,)

RETURNS his sincere thanks for the kind patronage he has met since the above business, and respectfully invites the Nobility. Member* the University, and the Public in general to inspect the following, and various othrr articles ch can confidently warrant: ' various othrr articl
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
To Builders, Ac. HUNTINGDON INSTITUTION. PHF, Building Committee are desirous of receiving A TENDERS for the Erection of the New

To Builders, Ac. HUNTINGDON INSTITUTION. PHF, Building Committee are desirous of receiving A TENDERS for the Erection of the New

Building, plans and specifications wbicb may seen on application Messrs. PocoCK Glover, Architects, Huntingdon, from this time to the 6th cf January, 1842, on which last-named day the Tenders are to sent in, addressed to the Chairman of the Building Committee, under cover to Mr.
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
1.000 SPIRES. ELY no AD, LAND BE AC H. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY ELLIOT SMITH AND SON, On

1.000 SPIRES. ELY no AD, LAND BE AC H. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY ELLIOT SMITH AND SON, On

Tuesday next, December 14th, 1841, to commence at the Plantation opposite Mr. Nathan Bcnsen's Windmill, at Eleven o'clock, in suitable lots, ABOUT 1 straight SPIRES, principally Larch. and few Lots of TOP WOOD. Many of the above are very large, and will be found useful for Build
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
VERY SUPERIOR and EXPEDITIOUS TRAVELLING TO LONDON BY COACHES FROM THE HOOP HOTEL COACH OFFICE, 4j Hours, MORNINGS, at 8,

VERY SUPERIOR and EXPEDITIOUS TRAVELLING TO LONDON BY COACHES FROM THE HOOP HOTEL COACH OFFICE, 4j Hours, MORNINGS, at 8,

(MONDAYS, at 6) XI. AFTERNOON, at Half-past X. 3. THE Nihility, Clt'rjjv. Gentry, and Inhabitants of Cambridge and its vicinity are respectfully informed, that the Teleerapb leaves Eleven instead of Ten o'clock, reaching the Office, Piccadilly, Four o'clock ; to those who value
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
' Ladies of Huntingdon and its vicinitv are most respectfully invited to New and choice selection of - LEWOKK, Berlin

' Ladies of Huntingdon and its vicinitv are most respectfully invited to New and choice selection of - LEWOKK, Berlin

Patterns, Knitted Articles, and various *ancy Goods, at T. MADDISON'S Upholstery Warehouse, Huntingdon. An early inspection will be esteemed. T. M. has for Sale a very compact and portable MANGLE, upon a newly-invented and approved principle. CIRCULATING LIBRARY. MRS. GARDNER T>
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Sportsmen, Agriculturists, j , J- Proprietors of Horsts, these Balls »rr n»« ■ , !*U mended in all ca.es of

Sportsmen, Agriculturists, j , J- Proprietors of Horsts, these Balls »rr n»« ■ , !*U mended in all ca.es of

Swelled Legs, T r*ompetite, and vital energy ; for Couglu, Cold, Ln " of Ap. ■nation, they are the best Medicine that can their operation, though effectual, is ,0 Dlor '- require alteration d if ' tl»y sstisr- iu »—• ally to Neat Catti t. they look thin h.i otCMi# *- a full coun
11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
TABLE OF HIGH AND LOW WATER. On the Lynn Gauge at Denver Sluice, and the Free i at Lynn. s

TABLE OF HIGH AND LOW WATER. On the Lynn Gauge at Denver Sluice, and the Free i at Lynn. s

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11 December 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
MR. F. D. BARKER'S BANKRUPTCY.

MR. F. D. BARKER'S BANKRUPTCY.

Monday last, at ten o'clock, meeting under a fiat against Sir. Barker, held the Eagle Hottl, The Commissioner* present were Win..Hunt, Geo. Leaping -I ™"' C. P. Harris, and F. J. Gunning, Esqrs. the Mr. Coopbr said appeared as solicitor for several creditors, who had instructed
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

A special meeting of thii body to held at the Guildhall on evening, purpose of inquiring into the circam"*ool connected with the death of WiUiam Jolly, a child •kiied lone time »ince in Gaa-lane, and whose death ™>#d. by the coroner'* inquest, to have been occaaioned by At iaeie
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
CHESTERTON POOR. To thb Editor.—Sir, —At season like tbe present, will, I sure, pardon my requesting a small space for

CHESTERTON POOR. To thb Editor.—Sir, —At season like tbe present, will, I sure, pardon my requesting a small space for

the following few questions in your valuable paperl. What land there now ia Chesterton, ia the county of Cambridge, subject to a charge for the relief of tbe poor in tbe said parish .» —t. Whether the amount waa not intended by the donor to be laid out in coals, for the benefit
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England