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LIFE ASSURANCE.

LIFE ASSURANCE.

Life Assurances continue to b« effected by the Company on moderate terms, while the Assured participate in the profits, which are to declared the expiration of every successive period five years. The Lives of Naval and Military Officers, not engaged actual ser- 'rp, are covered
November 23, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY EVENING. JULY 18, 1820.

TUESDAY EVENING. JULY 18, 1820.

ROMBAY tliroct, the reuiarkablv ,0.. 51,i P LONACH. I, WILLIAM HENRY* DRI«- < OLL, Commander. Burthen .Soo Tons. Newly CouitOred and Coppered fastened. Wot ranted sail the of August neat. Lying llit* ity Canal. lofty Pooj»s Dmihlc* S.k*rti, vary > »u* ticnor Accommodations for P
July 18, 1826 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
BOOKS THIS fcAV. NEW SPANISH Boose, and W^dxni TRADUCTOK jesPANAL: or, a New f „l antem of Teaching for Translating

BOOKS THIS fcAV. NEW SPANISH Boose, and W^dxni TRADUCTOK jesPANAL: or, a New f „l antem of Teaching for Translating

BOOKS THIS fcAV. NEW SPANISH Boose, and W^dxni TRADUCTOK jesPANAL: or, a New f „l antem of Teaching for Translating the Spanish , •■‘t *~~rT _x, srleciion from tli« best Writers, in Prase and «’*’*‘ >US * ,ri - ®y MARIANO CUBI V SOhER. a,iiollos-it^eel,Oxfia-.t-slreel. ~~l* port
July 18, 1826 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL OBBER VAI lONS.

METEOROLOGICAL OBBER VAI lONS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. Sir,-'Tiic following was the stale of the Glass yesterday, from 6 A. M. II P, M., agreeably to the wishes of your Correspondent, B. Bevan, of Leighton Buzzard. 280, Oxford-sfrcel, June 1820. A. M 54 P. M 7SJ « 57 75 7 00 - 70J 8 «3 4 9 67 5 75i 70 6
July 18, 1826 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

TATTF.RS ALL’S, Jui.Y 17. The Subscription Room, (to day), at early hour, exhibited a good show of adventurers the Turf of every class; but, from the intense heat of the weather, the yard was found the most congenial spot to retire to ; and the business which was left undone in
July 18, 1826 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
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(•rodu< iul fl«'ga Hriio** ul.irJy unMitfiaie.—l-'l, J*ieef-an t*t ;if-afrr*r. |IO.VIM|S>|ON Vj nts. ..I V. « 111 a >'i I *i • • ’r:11 -i• From K. h wl- ,| Ri.< i f.i) ''.thai 1.l -u. - I- , <»N I (».. (».| ;. :• iiij V.B. Ik* f•e.l Min.--i
January 10, 1826 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
By the same Author,

By the same Author,

A V in PALESTINE, through the Countries and Gilead, East the River Jordan. Two Vols. Hvo. Second with Viajhi, Plates, and Viguettes, 1 L lls. boarils. E aJOI'RNEY into ; hiflvding- «ouje Account the Countries to the North-East Persia ; with P.emark« upon the National (Tiaracter,
January 10, 1826 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
* lAN DLLS (id. per lb., Wax Wick Moulds 7^d. , Urent A4vanta,ei tor Casli or Credit, the usual lerins,

* lAN DLLS (id. per lb., Wax Wick Moulds 7^d. , Urent A4vanta,ei tor Casli or Credit, the usual lerins,

ViKS’S Old.cstabti.hod War«hou..c, GJ, St. Martin’.-lane, opposite .Slaußhter’s Coffee-house. artirlc of the best quality. The Frices ns under Candles, 6s. to 6s. 6,1. per dozen ; Wax Wick Moulds, 7s. Cd.; '^' Candles, Ss. ♦cl- per lb.; Sperm Candles, i*. Cd.; Palace Max Lights,
October 7, 1824 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
ft . : BOOK# PUBLISHED THIS lo I rol. Bro. price 1». *»* boanlf, r DIFFICULTIES INFIDELITY. By -I the

ft . : BOOK# PUBLISHED THIS lo I rol. Bro. price 1». *»* boanlf, r DIFFICULTIES INFIDELITY. By -I the

K*-t. «, K. FABRR, B.D. Hector Ron* Newton, flin'eri fort .andJ. Riviofton, »l. Cliorch-yanl.and place,
October 7, 1824 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
POLICE. the beadle of Coopers’ Hall, was charged with having given his wife desperate beating. The poor woman, who is

POLICE. the beadle of Coopers’ Hall, was charged with having given his wife desperate beating. The poor woman, who is

the mother of a great many children, and advanced in years, married the bead Is about seven months ago.— He had an eye to her little property, and would never let her rest Until lie became master of it. On the night of their marriage, and every succeeding night, he cho'c to repo
October 7, 1824 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England