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MIDDLE LEVEL DRAINAGE. To the Editor.—Sir, request the favour of you to insert a few remarks, in answer to Mr.

MIDDLE LEVEL DRAINAGE. To the Editor.—Sir, request the favour of you to insert a few remarks, in answer to Mr.

Archer's letter of the instant. Mr. Archer says he stated, at the Wbittlesea meeting, that the Guyhirn drainage would best effected by conveying the waters the Middle Level under the Wisbech river to Clows Cross, and thence by the North Level drain to the Outfall, a lower level
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
PROFESSOR HENSLOW'S LECTURE. To the Editor.—Sir,—lf you think the following worthy of a place in your paper, the insertion of

PROFESSOR HENSLOW'S LECTURE. To the Editor.—Sir,—lf you think the following worthy of a place in your paper, the insertion of

it will very much oblige, your obedient, humble servant, R. TO THE REV. PROFESSOR HENSLOW. Rev. Sir,—l have read with very great pleasure your learned and very curious lecture "On the Diseases of Corn." It is for you, and such like you, whose time and education enable them to ma
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
GARDENING OPERATIONS.

GARDENING OPERATIONS.

Onr notice mast be meteorological rather than horticultural, inasmuch as the frost has re-assumcd entire dominion. We expressed a hope that the thaw might continue; bat the siagular electric demonstration the 3rd instant, changed the prospect, and snow succeeded with frost; whic
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
AWFUL DEATH OF SAM SCOTT, THE AMERICAN DIVER. Scott, the American diver, who has for weeks amused tbe people of

AWFUL DEATH OF SAM SCOTT, THE AMERICAN DIVER. Scott, the American diver, who has for weeks amused tbe people of

London by bis daring exploits, among which were hanging himself by tbe neck, has done it once too often. Tbe particulars of this shocking event, will be gathered from tbe following account of tbe inquest which was held on his body, before Mr. Gill, the coroner for Westminster, a
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
W. LYON, Wboleaale and Retail Cbemist and Ora[|i>t, Corner of Petit/ Cury, Cambridge. COUGH DROPS. (A never-failing Remedy.) THERE is

W. LYON, Wboleaale and Retail Cbemist and Ora[|i>t, Corner of Petit/ Cury, Cambridge. COUGH DROPS. (A never-failing Remedy.) THERE is

no complaint that requires more immediate attention than a COUGH. If speedily administered to. ia easily cured; bat, if neglected, frequently leads to Chronic Hoarseness. Asthma, inflammation the L'ings, and Consumption, which is fatal thousands ia the moist climate of this coun
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
WIMPOLE, WRESTLING WORTH, and POTTON TURNPIKE ROAD. NOTICE is hereby Given, that toe General ANNUAL MEETING of the Trustee* of

WIMPOLE, WRESTLING WORTH, and POTTON TURNPIKE ROAD. NOTICE is hereby Given, that toe General ANNUAL MEETING of the Trustee* of

the abovementiooed Turnpike Road, mill be held at the Ha-dwicke Armslon, in Arrington, on Monday, the Eighteenth day of January neit, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, for tie purpose of Auditing the accounts of the Treasurer and Surveyor, and transacting the general business of the Tr
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
the undersigned, beinjj Land-owners or dulyv anthoriird Agents of Land-owner* within the parish FENDRAYTON, in the county of Cambririftr. whose

the undersigned, beinjj Land-owners or dulyv anthoriird Agents of Land-owner* within the parish FENDRAYTON, in the county of Cambririftr. whose

interest not less than One-fourth part cf the whole value of the Lands •object Tithes ia the said parish, do this Notice ia writing oar hands, call a PAROCHIAL MEETING of Landowners within the limits of the said parish, foe the purpose appointing Valuer or Valaers to apportion t
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
AN EXCELLENT FAMILY MEDICINE FOR INDIGESTION, BILIOUS AND LIYEK COMPLAINTS, «te, Ae. IN rvery instance where f.ir trial baa been

AN EXCELLENT FAMILY MEDICINE FOR INDIGESTION, BILIOUS AND LIYEK COMPLAINTS, «te, Ae. IN rvery instance where f.ir trial baa been

made. NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS hare inrsrisbly .giveu satisfaction, permanent relief all nan of I ndircstioa, and speedy cure for Headache. Bilious and Liver Complaints, Heart Acidity the Stomach, Depressed Spirits, Distarbed Sleep, Violent Palpitation., Spasms, Debility, Costive
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
UNION STREET, CAMBRIDGE. Extraordinary opportunity in tie Pnrchase of Linen and Woollen Drapery, Silk Mercery, Hosiery, Haberdashery, Carpeting, Ste. WILLIAM"ELLISTON

UNION STREET, CAMBRIDGE. Extraordinary opportunity in tie Pnrchase of Linen and Woollen Drapery, Silk Mercery, Hosiery, Haberdashery, Carpeting, Ste. WILLIAM"ELLISTON

BEGS leave announce his intention of offering the whole of his valuable STOCK, at very considerable reduction in price, preparatory his admitting his Assistant, Mr. Fishes, a share of his Business. W. E. is induced to take this step, feeling that increasing concern requires furt
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Haverhill, Jan. 14, 1841. The Misses Dean and Bridgman PRESENT their grateful acknowledgments for the liberal patronage they have been

Haverhill, Jan. 14, 1841. The Misses Dean and Bridgman PRESENT their grateful acknowledgments for the liberal patronage they have been

favoured with, and respectfolly inform their friends and the public that the duties o their School will be RESUMED oq Monday, January 18, 1841f RINGWORM. - THE prevalence of this most unsightly and unpleasant Disease existing in Cambridgb and its Vicinity, and which has often ba
16 January 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England