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MOST EXCELLENT INVESTMENT.—MANOR FARM,, and Other VALUA BL FREEHOLD PROPERTY, HADLOW and EAST pECKHAId, KENT. BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT,

MOST EXCELLENT INVESTMENT.—MANOR FARM,, and Other VALUA BL FREEHOLD PROPERTY, HADLOW and EAST pECKHAId, KENT. BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT,

the MANOR of CAUSTONS and STYLE PLACE FARM ( land-tax redeemed). comprising a omfortable farm-house, Wlti extensive agricultural buildings and malt-house, and about ACRES of laud of the finest quality, and In the highest State a cultivation, of which a-out 41 Acres are planted w
07 September 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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07 September 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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07 September 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

Dec. 24, at the Bridge of Earn, Perth, Mrs. Ann Hunter, widow of Thomas Hunter, Esq. of Limerick. Jan. 7, at Swaff ham Priors, Cambringeshire, Anna Maria, infant daughter of the Rev. Dr. Jermyn, aged 5 u eeks. Jan. 9, Alex:inder Gib!), Esq. of Russia-row, Milk. street, in his ti
15 January 1831 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ROLLS' COURT, JAN. 12.

ROLLS' COURT, JAN. 12.

WEALL V. RICE. 0 was a question of satisfaction, by will, of artipentered into upon the defendant's marriage. Mr. , th r ror the plaintiffs. Upon the marriage between d efendant, Henry Rice, and Ann, the testator's ,!' tl ghter, it was agreed that 30001. shotild, as a marelagePo
15 January 1831 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Just published. ;he Sixth Edition, es. 6d. EVIDENCE of the or the CHRISTIAN RELIGION, derived from the literal fill. filment

Just published. ;he Sixth Edition, es. 6d. EVIDENCE of the or the CHRISTIAN RELIGION, derived from the literal fill. filment

of PROPHECY ; particularly as illustrated by the history of the Jews, and by the Discoveries of recent Tr.- yellers. By the Rey. ALEXANDER KEITH. Minister of St. Cyrus, Kincardineshire. Waugh and Inne,, Edinburgh; and Whittaker, Treaeher, and Co., Ave-Maria-lane, London.
15 January 1831 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARRItn.

MARRItn.

April 5, Dr. Warburton,/ of C3litiord.streer, Bontl-siteet, to Anne, eldest daughter of John Ahmed Esq. DIED. March 29, at Paris, John Ramsay Cuthbert, Esq. of 6101% e• square. March 30, at the houre of his brother, in Lower Thornbaughslreer, Wm. Alfred Goult!, Es.). late of the
07 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. T ADIES are respectfully informed, that HABITS and MUSSES, plain or richly otnamented, are cut and

TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. T ADIES are respectfully informed, that HABITS and MUSSES, plain or richly otnamented, are cut and

made in a superior , manner, by 13. READ, Tailor and Habit. maker, Acton; and at 15, 11rOad•street, Golden-square, London: by Ladies sending a Close Dress,. a superior fit lin the most pievailing Fashion) may be 'ensured: Clnth, Silk, Velvet, Satin, Crape, Muslin, &c. made up, o
04 August 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRENCH PAPERS.

FRENCH PAPERS.

• Paris, Sept. 18.—The Duke of Chatre, first Gin. tletnan of the Chamber to Louis the XVIIIth, left Paris yesterday for Calais, to congratulate his Majesty GeorgelV. on his arrival on the French territory, ald to convey the invitation of his Royal Master, requesting the honour o
25 September 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BATTLE OF CARABOBO.

BATTLE OF CARABOBO.

[We have been favoured with the copy of a paper of Angostura, entitled Correo Extraordinario del Orinoco, dated July 5 - 4 5, containing Bolivar's despatch on the victory of Carabobo. This despatch is published in the same paper in three languages—Spanish, English, and French.]
25 September 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England