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July 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
to offer any obstruction to the free exprudou of opinion, particularly on a subject so novel in character maths under

to offer any obstruction to the free exprudou of opinion, particularly on a subject so novel in character maths under

consideration, but the freedom which he willingly allowed to ethers he had a right to claim for himself, and he could not remain after having heard the terms by which this Bill had been characterisoL It had said that this measure was a declaration of war against the people on th
July 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
STEEDMAN's

STEEDMAN's

11100T111140 POWDMILS. THOUSANDS of Children have been annually front thou distressing toms which Children suffer while cutting Teeth, viz., feverish heats. fits, sicknem of stomach and debility, aceompanied with relaxation of the bowels, pals green motions, and inflammation 01
July 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
SPLENDID STEAM rActicz rs, EAGLE AND FALCON. 'VROM the Pier at WATERLOO-BRIDGE, Morning at Nine and Half-past Ten, V calling

SPLENDID STEAM rActicz rs, EAGLE AND FALCON. 'VROM the Pier at WATERLOO-BRIDGE, Morning at Nine and Half-past Ten, V calling

at and leaving OLD SWAN PtER, City, Quarter past Nine and Quarter before Eleven. Returning from the ROYAL TERRACE PIER, Gravesend, in the Aft. moon at Five and Sin o'Clock precisely. Fares—Salooti, 21.; Fore Cabin, Is. 6d. Sundays, 21. each Palleller.
July 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
GRAVESEND STAR STEAM PACKETS L EAVE LONDON BRIDGE WHARF, Mornings, 8,10. and 12; Afternoons, 2,4. and 6. Sunday Mornings, 8,

GRAVESEND STAR STEAM PACKETS L EAVE LONDON BRIDGE WHARF, Mornings, 8,10. and 12; Afternoons, 2,4. and 6. Sunday Mornings, 8,

Half past 9, 10, and 12; Afternoons, 2. THE ROI AL TERRACE PIER AND GARDENS, GRAVESEND. Mornings, 7 and 9; Afternoons, Half-put 2, Half-psi?. 5, Half-put 6, and Half-put 7. Sunday Mornings, 7 and 9; Afternoons, Half-past 3, Half-past 3, Half-past 6, and Half past 7. On Monday Mo
July 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
• HOTEL, WITH WINE-VAULTS lIIIIIIITININSTER as. BE. StrED bY' by Mr. WALKER. at r, Cornhill. London, on . Mr iNDAI,

• HOTEL, WITH WINE-VAULTS lIIIIIIITININSTER as. BE. StrED bY' by Mr. WALKER. at r, Cornhill. London, on . Mr iNDAI,

I2,at Twelve, by order of the proprietor, owing to null. pre-it:on, T"E LEASE, for It years, sk the extreme low dint of and the vodetwill of the profitable trade, with immediate posseesion, of thrt eligible Eats:usher:tent, distinguished Aa Ploctor's Hotel, Tar.ftl, and Wine Vau
July 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
INTELLECTUAL POPULAR EDUCATION. B LAtiv. WHY AND BE(' rrAUSE has just been reprinted, with i.prorernents, and its usual elegant (lock-face,

INTELLECTUAL POPULAR EDUCATION. B LAtiv. WHY AND BE(' rrAUSE has just been reprinted, with i.prorernents, and its usual elegant (lock-face,

at Is. .tiso, BLAIR's YOCABULAItY of 3d55) SCHOLASTIC NOUNS ; his First Lines of Is c;mal Srahmetie , Phillips's Catschirm of the British Cor,stitution . and Goldsmith's Aldidried Introduction to hts Geography. all at Is. Darton and Clark, Holborn-IA , Ind to be had of all Books
July 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

LAMB v. BURNETT.—Mr. Richards appeared at the sitting of the Court this morning to move for a rule to show cause why the verdict in this should not be met aside and anew trial granted. The case was tried before Mr. Blron Bayley. at the last sittings at Guildhall. and the Jury fo
January 23, 1831 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
- IMBEDS. The settling of the January Account went or, in Thursday, in the most satisfactory manlier • but there

- IMBEDS. The settling of the January Account went or, in Thursday, in the most satisfactory manlier • but there

is a general unwillingness to speculate heavily in the new Account for the 25th of February, and the quotations for delivery on that day, and for immediate transfer, are the same. Tie main subject of discussion now, _is the ferment in Ireland, with its possible coesequeoces ; an
January 23, 1831 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England