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THE NATIONAL SOCIETY.

THE NATIONAL SOCIETY.

Result of the general inquiry of the National Society in 1837, into the number and amount of their daily, Sunday, and infant schools. Circulars were addressed to 12,391 places, of which 10,263 were received back, with number both of schools and scholars; 167 with only the number
08 November 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
Just published, price Sixpence, ASHORT WAY to the END of RELIGIOUS CONTROVERSY; respectfully addressed to the Inhabitants of Surrey, and

Just published, price Sixpence, ASHORT WAY to the END of RELIGIOUS CONTROVERSY; respectfully addressed to the Inhabitants of Surrey, and

particularly of the County Town. By the Rev. JOSEPH SID. DEN, Sutton Park, near Ripley. London: F. Jones, 63, Paternoster-row. Sold by Russell, at the Library, High-street, Guildford; and by all Booksellers. Ist November, 1839. TO MAGISTRATES, MAGISTRATES' CLERKS, Bm.—Now ready,
08 November 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
HIGH-STREET, GUILDFORD.

HIGH-STREET, GUILDFORD.

MRS. HIGHGASON respectfully informs the Nobility, Gentry, and the Inhabitants of Guildford and its vicinity, of her return from London with the most fashionable assortment of MILLINERY, DRESSES, MANTILLAS, CLOAKS, SHAWLS, and every other article suitable to the present season, c
08 November 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
Ititerature.

Ititerature.

STERNS COMMENTARIES ON THE CONSTITUTION LAW OF ENGLAND. Second Edikion. Richards and Co. th' Ve rejoice much at the appearance of a second edition of Is accurate and valuable work; as we deem it one which 3 2euld not only be found in the library of every professional but in the
21 February 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS AND ORDERS RECEIVED BY THBI FOLLOWING AGENTS. L Chertsey—Mr. Robert Wetton, Bookseller. l' Cobham—Mr. Fletcher. thi s Croydon and

ADVERTISEMENTS AND ORDERS RECEIVED BY THBI FOLLOWING AGENTS. L Chertsey—Mr. Robert Wetton, Bookseller. l' Cobham—Mr. Fletcher. thi s Croydon and

Streatham—Mr. F. J. Durtan, , General iNewsnaper o • am office, IThh-street. 1/ forking—Mr. R. B. Ede, Bookseller, Egham—Mr. C. C. Wetton, Bookseller. Epsom—Messrs. Darling and Son, Booksellers. I Farnham and Frensham—Mr. Nichols, Post-office, Farnham. Glodstone—Mr. T. Pose, Pos
21 February 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
CHICHESTER, WEDNESDAY, Jan. I.

CHICHESTER, WEDNESDAY, Jan. I.

Our market to-day was tolerably well supplied with beasts, sheep, calves, and pigs, the sale for which was in a sluggish state. Beef, from 3s. Bd. to 4s. Bd. ; mutton, 4s. to 55.; veal, 4s. to 4s. Bd.; and pork, 4s. to 4s. Bd. per 81bs. ROTH ERHAM, MONDAY, Dec. 30. There was a s
10 January 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
THE MONTHLY LAW MAGAZINE.

THE MONTHLY LAW MAGAZINE.

We have before spoken in terms of well-deserved commendation of this well-conducted and able periodical, and the papers the number before us fully sustain the character we then gave of it. "The Prospects of the Session" is a dashing political sketch, of great vigour and force; t
10 January 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
, ARRIVALS of Grain and Flour into London, for the week ending the 10th Jan, 1810. Wheat , Barley Oats

, ARRIVALS of Grain and Flour into London, for the week ending the 10th Jan, 1810. Wheat , Barley Oats

' Malt Flour Qrs Qrs Qrs , Qrs Sacks English and} 4100 5500 1950 6900 5800 Scotch .. Irish ........ . 6690 Foreign ...... 7300 4500 990 —We.
10 January 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
STOCK of FOreign Corn, Flour, aud Cloverseed in Bond in London on the sth of December, 1839. Wheat Oats Rye

STOCK of FOreign Corn, Flour, aud Cloverseed in Bond in London on the sth of December, 1839. Wheat Oats Rye

Beans Peas Flour Cloverseed g qrs qrs qrs qrs cwt cwt 45,328 ,2,039 7,981 1,098 3,616 41,254 25,294
10 January 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
GUILDFORD, SATURDAY, Jan. 4. We were liberally supplied with wheat to-day; a few of our superfine parcels realized an improvement

GUILDFORD, SATURDAY, Jan. 4. We were liberally supplied with wheat to-day; a few of our superfine parcels realized an improvement

of ls to 2s per qr. The trade ruled extremely dull for the middling and lower sorts, and the prices of last week were with difficulty supported, but a pretty good clearance was ultimately effected. Wheat 72s t ) 830. Od ; new do. 64s to 84s. Bar ley 27s to 43s I Beans .. 39s to
10 January 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England