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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Malthus himself, with all his horror of excess of population, would entertain any very serious apprehensions till some Blue Stocking Coterie shall actually have obtained a prize medal for a new-invented method of increasing the human species. Had these Subscribers-only content

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    h ave a horror of all knowledge which presents itself in a grave or abstract form."-The Times. Puiblished by- a. Stocking, a, Paternoster-row- and to be had of all the Book- sellers in Town and Cou~ntry. - TO MERCtIANTS, CAPTAINS,.ardGentlemen Subscribers-only content

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    fear; and for looking Aifer'those'thinge which are coming en the ejth."-iSt Luke, xxi, '5,i26. - .)tnted for Knight and Laceoy,.andt. Stocking, Paternoster row;-ll"d sold by All Bonltsellers bud'Almanack Venders. ~o-filtY.- BOOKSELLERS - are respectfully informed that the pgoP~dfIO ALMANACR, the Subscribers-only content

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    a. Yesterday, price Three pence, with Engravings, HE LONDON MECHANIC'S REGISTER, No. 105. Contents: T MasteranS Patent Apparatus for bottling liquors-LrCTURCS AT T}IE MlCt.sNiC'S INSTlT,,loN:-Dr Birkbeck On moderamechanical improvements -French Windnmill-Chinese Shadows-4Donovan's Ale and Porter Preserver -Florer-pots for rooms-Diseasei Subscribers-only content

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    Fire Our Shirts is very Damp so is out Pagan & Blankets wave ashs Our Neck lanchife & mend our Stocking & Cloths they wihinot Allow nato ware any flannel but they will Lett un ware Glannay firocks we are Subscribers-only content

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    THEATRICAL EXAMINER. DaUnY-LANE. TRY new comedy in three acts brought out at this theatre on Tuesday evening is, we apprehend, taken from a French piece, entitled Les lrois Quartiers. The Three Quarters of the town indicate the three sorts Subscribers-only content

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    Lieut. R. W. H. Hr yi R.k. Sen. plates. 9. TALES of MY TIME. By the Author of " Bloe Stocking H 3ll" rob. IMPORTANT MEDICAL BOOKS, ADAPTED FOR PROFESSIONAL ,ASD DOMESTIC USE. FAMILIAR TREATISE on NER1VOUS AFFEGTION'i DISORDERS of Subscribers-only content

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    the United States. In 2 volr Svo. with Portratit. 4. TALES of M Y TIME. By the Author of" Blue Stocking Rall." In 3 vols. post Sv. "s'. 6W. 5. IdEUllEN ANT HARDY'S TR.AVELS in the INTERIOR of MEXICO, in Subscribers-only content

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    and CO., 31 Oxford street. FsLLPER'S IMPROVED STOCKING.- F ua eso lal e-'samil aebc cured by means of Faller's lusproved Stocking; they have received the approbation ofand are recommended by, the faculty in allcasesofvaricose yurs, swelling, and weakimess, aid are Subscribers-only content

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    Mount Airy, Virginia, Sir Jennings Beckwith, grandson of Sir Marmaduloe Beckwith, Bart. aged 72. Sir Jennitgos was the " Leather Stocking" of the Norl thern Neck. Much of his life had been spent, wandering in the Far West, on hunting Subscribers-only content

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    Mr Leigh Hunt, who is to open the campaign, we are in- formed, with a new poem, entitled " Blue Stocking Revels, or the Feast .of the Violets." The subject is promising,-a ball 'and supper given by Apollo to our Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. A notice to the following effect has been issued from the Bank of England "-44At a Court ot'Directors, held Jan. 23, 1840. Resolved, That the rate of interest on hills of ex- chiange and notes discounted Subscribers-only content

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    of Crops-Fert i9'g the Soil by means of Manures-Experimenet-Dtstroying Vermin-- Looking at a Farct; its Rent t in Lease; its Stocking: Capital re am for it-Improving Waste Land-Farm Book herping-CottAsge Of Servants-Preseevation of Implements-Index-Classified list of thus trations-with Sixty-feur Engravings Subscribers-only content

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    numerous WoodcutB.-A Tour through the North and West of Ireland.-Publie Opiiioo and the Press.-The Work' shops of England. No. II, Stocking Weaving. lillustrated by an EngraviBg and numerous Diagrams.-The First of a Series of Lectures on 'True and False Principles Subscribers-only content

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    the LEGS, SFRAINS, al. They are por- too, light in texture, and imerpeanrikv, and are drown an like an ordinary, Stocking. Price, fi Om 7s 6d. ti Ito., soot; posatge, 6d. IANUFACTORY, 128 PICCADILLY, LO.NDON. 7rHE TE ETH and HE4LTH1-A Subscribers-only content

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    in our world making money marriages. Why, kings and queens marry on the same understanding. My butcher has saved a stocking full of money, and marries his daughter to a young salesman. Mr and Mrs Salesman prosper in life, and Subscribers-only content

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    the LEGS, SPICAINS, toc. Threy are por- Ous, ligle in lecture, and inexpCnsive, aud ire rrawn or likae 00 sredtoy Stocking. Ptrier, from 1S2 h. to uso. ered postage, sd. MnANPACUATOLY. 22o PICCADILLY, LONDON.' EWSYSTEM.N of LIFE ASSU-RANCE. N ET'he Subscribers-only content

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    John Horne, the Presbyterian minister who had just been expelled for writing his comedy of Douglas, Mrs Montagu the Blue Stocking, and Lord IKaimes. Robertson came and read the manuscript of his History of Charles the Fifth, and Sir Gilbert Subscribers-only content

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    Alphabet' and ' The Picture Primer.' With 120 Pictures, price is. STORIES of the WOODS; or, the Adventures of Leather- Stocking: a Booke for Boys compiled frosi Cooper's Series of 'Leather-Stocking Tales.' Fcap. cloth, illustrated, price 5s. Ihave to own Subscribers-only content

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    of the LEGS, SPRAINS, tc. They are porous, light in texture, and inexpensive, and are drawit on like an oritinary Stocking. Price, from ds. 6d., 7s. 6d., 505, arid 163e each. Postage Wd. JOHN W11ITE, MIANUFACTURER, 228 PICCADILLY, LON DON. Subscribers-only content

 

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