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London Gazettes.

London Gazettes.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. Groocock, S., Leicester, builder. Eames, E , High-street, Peckham, corn-chandler. Povnton, J., Liverpool, silk mercer. Saunders, E., Cheshani, Bucks, grocer. bankkcpts. Simpson, G. T , Lower road, Islington, surgeon. Humphrys, E.,
14 December 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
The Farmers' Journal.

The Farmers' Journal.

FAIRS IN DECEMBER. Bucks. —Newport I, Ante.--Bedford, 19. Berks.— 17. Oao«. bury, 19. Woodstock, 17. .VorjAam^roiiMire.-Kettering, MA X LA N E OF <H)t;.\ TttsDK DURING THE PASf From the Mark Lane Express.) have been very scantily supplied with English « heat tins week, the arriv
14 December 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Court Anecdote.—Royal Courtships.—lt is not easy to say why Court anecdotes should appear in the Literary Gazette instead of the

Court Anecdote.—Royal Courtships.—lt is not easy to say why Court anecdotes should appear in the Literary Gazette instead of the

fashionable colums of the Morning Post, the Court news of the other papers, or the columns the Court Journal, or Court Gazelle ; the proper authorities for much that does happen about the Court, and much more that does not. It can only be to furnish matter for some future memoir
14 December 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
FOR DIGESTION.

FOR DIGESTION.

Cockle recommends a pill, Let us rather make a grill, Of thy liberal banquet, Brill! A Chairman from a dried up Spa, Lots of brag, and lots of jaw, In Peacock s feathers decked, a Daw ! Was there no chaplain to this revel modern rat puffed up with evil ! Black skin, black though
21 December 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
ROYAL SOUTH BUCKS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

ROYAL SOUTH BUCKS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

At the Annual Meeting of this Association, held at the Windmill Inn, Salt Hill, on Friday, December 6th, 1839, Present, G. S. Harcourt, Esq., M.P., in the Chair, Major Bent; G. Bulkeley, Esq.; W. Bonsey, Esq.; Thos. Merrick, Esq.; M. Swabey, Esq.; John Fowler, Esq.; Mr. G. Botha
21 December 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 

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The Markets.

The Markets.

CORN EXCHANGE.—(Monday. arrival of English Grain from the home counties to this morning's market has heen tolerably large. Wheats have commanded ls. per quarter advance on goodyam- P'es, other sorts steady, Bariey is full 2s. lower, aud, unless fine, difficult to sell at that de
21 December 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
French Brandy Distillery, No. 7, SMITHFIELD BARS. the express object of ensuring' to tbe Nobility, Gentry, and Families generally, the

French Brandy Distillery, No. 7, SMITHFIELD BARS. the express object of ensuring' to tbe Nobility, Gentry, and Families generally, the

opportunity of obtaining supplies of tho Patent Brandy iv a pure and genuine state, J. T. & Co. ' Have determined to nominate, in each Town within a given Circuit round the Metropolis, a respectable Agent, who will take orders (for quantities not less than Two Gallons) and trans
21 December 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Extensive Landed Estates. Mr. Olenister Is empowered to offer for SALE by PRIVATE CONTRACT, rfIHREE EXTENSIVE ESTATES of the following

Extensive Landed Estates. Mr. Olenister Is empowered to offer for SALE by PRIVATE CONTRACT, rfIHREE EXTENSIVE ESTATES of the following

descriptions :— first. A mansion, Park, and from Two to Three Thousand Acres of Land, In a good Game District, within short distance of the Railroad between Tring and Northampton. SECOND. A MANSION in a PARK, or GROUNDS of a PARK-LIKE CHARACTER, with from THREE to FIVE THOUSAND
21 December 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Win slow Christmas Ball P la,:e at ,he HELL INN, FRIDAY next, DECEMBER STEWARDS. Mr. D. T. WILLIS.- I Mr.

Win slow Christmas Ball P la,:e at ,he HELL INN, FRIDAY next, DECEMBER STEWARDS. Mr. D. T. WILLIS.- I Mr.

S. B. DUDLEY. Mr. J. W. COWLEY. Mit. E. BENNETT. Ladies' Ticket, 6s.—Gentleman's Ticket, 95., inclndin«; Music and Refreshment. T ckets are not transferable without the coi«ent f i Steward. Aylesbury, Bucks. On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, the and Bth JANUARY, 1840, WILL SOLD BY AUCTI
21 December 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
$octrg. A FREE TRANSLATION OF THE FIRST BUCOLIC OF VIRGIL. Tityrns—My Lord Normanby. Mehbams—Mr. P. Thomson. Melib. Yon, Normmnby, liere

$octrg. A FREE TRANSLATION OF THE FIRST BUCOLIC OF VIRGIL. Tityrns—My Lord Normanby. Mehbams—Mr. P. Thomson. Melib. Yon, Normmnby, liere

seated at your ease, Can yawn or scribble, as the fit may please I'm off to morrow, bound the wares dare I leave borne to try Canadian fare. You, as I say, here snug before the grate, Can muse on fashion or affairs state. Tit. 'Twas not my poor deserts, O Thomson dear, But Majes
21 December 1839 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England