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October 31, 1835 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
T TIE ROYAL GAZETTE.

T TIE ROYAL GAZETTE.

newspapers in connection with his subject of the repeal of the stamp tax. He unfolded the immense sheet of the New York Courier and Enquirer, which the members of Parliament for some days have been handing about as a monster —curiosity—and this he displayed as a specimen of what
October 31, 1835 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
7 . -- 70.

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September 19, 1835 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
ADDRESS TO CAPT. DILLON.

ADDRESS TO CAPT. DILLON.

We publish with very great satisfaction the following Address of the inhabitants of Clarendon to Captain T. A. Dillon on his departure from that parish, where he had faithfully performed the arduous duties of Speci ii Justice. To such teen as Captain Dillon will the people of Ja
September 19, 1835 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
storm. A vessel was likewise signalised at Leward yesterday, with loss of her masts, and had the appearance of being

storm. A vessel was likewise signalised at Leward yesterday, with loss of her masts, and had the appearance of being

a steamer. The Packet went out last night to her assiNtance, and has sot yet Jetinned. We have no arrivals from the Leward Wand this morning. The barque Areathusa is sowing in from Liverpool. September 9, JAMAICA, ss• Do not credit what is stated in the newspapers, with respect
September 19, 1835 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
of Princes, who kno..veth the secrets of the herbs and the virtues of the plants—who counteth the stars, and numbereth

of Princes, who kno..veth the secrets of the herbs and the virtues of the plants—who counteth the stars, and numbereth

the beams of the moon—who seeth into the secrets of the earth, even as the Genii themselves, Kistnut (42) bath taken from him the gold, which his father brought from the shores of the Indus, and the treasures which he raised from the fields of the t arth. He is poor and needy, a
August 22, 1835 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
THE ROYAL GAZETTE.

THE ROYAL GAZETTE.

" sometimes reminds me of this story by the airs of sovereignty which he assumes, and I am o r t to treat him with respect, f-om the idea that he nuty be some great prince incog., and mAy some. time or other come to the throne." In this way Scott wou'd mike the habits and peculi
August 22, 1835 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
POSTSCRIPT TO THE ROYAL GAZETTE.

POSTSCRIPT TO THE ROYAL GAZETTE.

FROM SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, TO SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1835.
August 22, 1835 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
AUGUST begins on Saturday, bath 31 days.

AUGUST begins on Saturday, bath 31 days.

First Quarter, Saturday the let, at 37a .I.'ull Moon. Saturday the Sth, at 27 mini MOON'S PHASES. Last Quarter, Sunday the Pith, at mil New Moon, Sunday the 23,1, at 13 mint] First Quarter, Sunday the 30th, at 45 mi 33-33 Kingston, Aug. 15, 1835. FOR NEW-YORK, THE SUPERIOR EAST
August 22, 1835 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
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September 12, 1835 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica