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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOOTING JACKETS. TROUSERS, and W. WATERPROOF CLOAKS.-FOX'S PATENT MOHAIR GAMBROON, now, so fashionable for Trousere, &c. the qualities Of wbhich are so fully proved, can only be seea in the whole piece, at tie Inventor's, 28 Ring street, Covent Subscribers-only content

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    THE FREQUENT ROBBERIES OF PLATE. C AUTION. r vialo een repre'ented te RIPPON and I BURTON that scr-eral persons are veadiag a spurious metal .as their NICKEL fILTERIt BRIlTISH PLATE, thea assur' the Public that the uiae article can Subscribers-only content

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    L AW BUSINESS in FRANCE.-Printed for 'anudoesasidBeonrlflg, 43 Fleet street, and for Galignani and Co. F ais, of whom mlay bo had Mr Okey'5 Fren~ch Works, 5ch edir. the Law, usae. and Custom affeetig Commeecila and Ciiil Intercourse of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pressure, and entirely eradicating both Corns and Bunions. EXTRAORDINARY TESTIMOONIALS. From Dr Cummins, Lecturer on Medical J arisprudence at the Alders. gate School of Medicinte-Dr Cummins presents his compliments to Mr Paul, and begs to inform him, that his Every Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JTI0N.Mr NEWMAN, ARTISTS' COLOR- 9Ali2 9. soho square, in consequence of his name and address C g t anivarrantaby been placed in a conspicuous manner at the having 1heshop rocently opened by Kr Joseph, 14 Soho square, calculated der1 Subscribers-only content

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    entirely eradicating both Corns and Bunions. EXThAO CDINARY TESTIM ONIALS. From Dr Cummins. Lecturer on Medical J urisprudence at the Alders. gate School of Medicine-Dr Cummins presents his compliments to Mr Paul, and begs to inform him, that his Every Subscribers-only content

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    entirely cradicatinro both ii uro and In i 'na. nxTnAOnntcuAIsY TnbTsn~opctols. Fromn Or Cummins. Lectosuer on bledical .s eioprendcne anthe Alders. gate Scho oif Medicine-Or tunninins presentso his c 'mpli~eesins i) Mi Paul, and biegs no sictres hism, that his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Decenzber 22. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. G. Turnbull and W. Low, jdn. Stansted'Moantfichet, Essex, grocers 1'. Friend and 1'. Mscartney, Liverpool, marine store dealers-W. I. Roome and J. Whitton, Brights:de Shellield, iron and steel rollers-B. Scare Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anakerg-Frost and Taylor, Macefesfield, 'whiresmiths-R. A. Burtsal and 1. Smith, Bosgay St Mary Suffolk, wine merchants-J. Lorkin and J. Pearson, Alders. gate street, oil merchsnts-T. Colston and W. Austin, Son wharf, Rarcliffe, coal merchants-J. B. Heeles and W. Gaw. thorp, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bridge, Bread street, Vintry, BassishaiW, Queenhithe, Portsoken, and Lime street. CONTESTED WARDS.-There were contests in Alders. gate, Bishopsgate, Cripplegate within, Cripplegate without, Farringdon without, Farringdon within, Lang- bourn, and Walbrook. 'The subject of the corn laws entered more or less Subscribers-only content

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    POLITICAL.A L. PARLIAMENT PROROGuED.-The Imperial Parliament of the United Kingdom was on Thursday further pro- rogued until Tuesday, the 13th of December. ANTI-CORN-LAW MEETINGS.-A very crowded meet' ing of the members of the Paddington Anti-Corn-lavr Association was held on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P O T IT I C A L. REPEAL OF THE CORN LAW. Those who really wish to attend the great banquet on the 11th should look aboutthem immediately. The tickets for it are running off at a most Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. PTesday, Jan. 3. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, De.c. 31. Royal Artillery-Sergeant J. Nicoll to be Quartermaster, vice Barker, retired on fall pay. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. D. Faulkner, Hangerford, and G. Adler, Newbury, Berk- shire, appraisrs-J. Abbott and Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. I Tuesday, February2l. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Thope and Co. Brighton, cheesenmongers-Walker and Ar. Mvitage, Manchester, woollen cloth manufacturers-W. and A. Godwin, Market, Drayton, Shropshire. horse bair seatirig anraufacturers-R. Brown and Sons, Prescot, Lincashire. balance makers-I. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. LIGHTING THE METROPOLIS.-The following statistics, prepared by one of the principal gas companies, will give some idea of the means at present employed for lighting London and its suburbs :-There are eighteen public gas works, conducted by twelve Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. EASTER HOLIDAY AMUSEMENTS._The fine day of Easter Monday brought out immense crowds of people to visit the numerous attractive amusements in London and the neighbourhood. A correspondent states the numbers who visited Stepney fair during the day to Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, April 20. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, April 19. Royal Regiment of Artillery-First Lieutt. G. Wilder to be Second Capt. vice the Hton. F. Savile, retired on half-PRY ; Second Lieut W. H. Blair to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his struggle in the cause of national and religious free. dom," has been held this week at the Albion in Alders. gate street. The Rev. John Moore was called to the chair; the resolutions were moved by clergymnen, and a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, May 15. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, May 12. Rloval Regiment of Artillery-Second Capt. All. Henderson to be Capt. vice Yyerr, retired upon half-pay; First Licut. A. F. F. Lennox to be Second Capt. vice Henderson; Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, May 14. Bankirupts.-Agnes Asheroft, Liverpool, shipowner. [Parnell and Willaume,. New Broad.street.-W. Breed, Amercham common, Buckinghamshire, dealer in sheep. LScott and Tahourdin, Lineoln's inn fields.-G. Cooper, Northampton, lineudyaprr. [Pain and Hatherly, Gresham Btreet, City.-W. 1. Subscribers-only content

 

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