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July 29, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
SEPTEMBER 30. Ergat ifiltriligtittr. COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, SEPT. 25,

SEPTEMBER 30. Ergat ifiltriligtittr. COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, SEPT. 25,

SEPTEMBER 30. Ergat ifiltriligtittr. COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, SEPT. BILL BROKERS-The first meeting of the creditors of Charles Walker, an extensive linendraper,was held on Tuesday last, at the Court of Bankruptcy. Mr. Cooper, a warehouseman, of Wood-street, tendered his proof, but wa
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Volta Entrifignirt. MONDAY. FOLICE COMMITTEE.-GITILDHALL.

Volta Entrifignirt. MONDAY. FOLICE COMMITTEE.-GITILDHALL.

Volta MONDAY. FOLICE COMMITTEE.-GITILDHALL. PREACHING IN SMITHFIEI.D.-Peliceman No. 25 was Ordered to attend before the Police Committee to answer the complaint of Ackerly, Esq., who complained on Friday last at the Mansion-house that he had been improperly interfered with while
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
QUEEN-SQUARE

QUEEN-SQUARE

John Stevens, a cab-driver, was charged by police-constable Goodchild, of the A division, with cruelly beating his horse, and with furiously driving, at one o'clock on tho previous morning in Whitehall. The policeman said that the horse was being urged to its utmost speed by the
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
LANIBETH-STEEET.

LANIBETH-STEEET.

COMBINATION AMONG THE BOOT AND MAKERS. — George Brooks a journeyman boot and shoe maker, was charged before the Honourable G. C. NORTON with assaulting and using threatening language towards Mrs. Susan Palmer. The complainant stated that on the preceeding day she went to the sho
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE. 10, Liedgate-hill. -• _ . OF TEETH SUPPLIED, . . WITHOUT SPRINGS, CLAPS, or WIRES. . . LOOSE

IMPORTANT NOTICE. 10, Liedgate-hill. -• _ . OF TEETH SUPPLIED, . . WITHOUT SPRINGS, CLAPS, or WIRES. . . LOOSE

- TEETH FASTENED, . .• . 'D TEETH WIT II MINERAL SUCCED A . N E UM. .JAMES M. MALLAN, Surgeon-Dentist, No. 10, LUDGATE-HILL; opposite the Belle Sanvage; contianes to RESTORE DECAYED TEET,II.With his celebrated lIINEIeA L SUCCEDANEUM, allid wiCheue'PAlN, HEAT, or ESSURE, -- which
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
GARRICK'S HEAD TAVEIpsT AND HOTEL, „ Bow-stred, onfrosileteovent o(irden Theatre. TO COMMERCIAL GENTLEMEN AND OTHERS. THE Establishment is Ce n

GARRICK'S HEAD TAVEIpsT AND HOTEL, „ Bow-stred, onfrosileteovent o(irden Theatre. TO COMMERCIAL GENTLEMEN AND OTHERS. THE Establishment is Ce n

t ra l, and well adapted for those having business at the West-end or in the City It is proximate to the chief Theatres, and the Inns of Court, &c.—Excellent Beds ; and cleanliness observed in all departments. Dinners and Joints from 5 to 7.—The charges are moderate.—Wines and L
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
WGRIMSTONE most respectfully solicits the • attention of the nobility, gentry, and public, to snake trial of his celebrated invention,

WGRIMSTONE most respectfully solicits the • attention of the nobility, gentry, and public, to snake trial of his celebrated invention,

pledging I' •elf to the efficacy and certain relief to the sufferer. The reader will remember some of the greatest events have been accomplished .by the most simple causes. This SNUFF removes diseases without irritating those delicate organs, by its action the lachrymal sac or d
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
TO THE MASTER DRAPERS OF THE METROPOLIS.

TO THE MASTER DRAPERS OF THE METROPOLIS.

GENTLEMEN,—I address you on this occasion as one of your body—Ns one like yourselves, whose interest and prosperity, from the nature of my business, must Necessarily be greatly, if not 1411311 y, dependent on my assistants. But, however, before I proceed further, I would just re
November 11, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England