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July 11, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE TWENTIETH OF JULY-REGISTER FORTHWITH. We have arrived within a few days, almost within a few hours, of the extreme

THE TWENTIETH OF JULY-REGISTER FORTHWITH. We have arrived within a few days, almost within a few hours, of the extreme

limits of the opportunity given to save the Church and the Monarchy. If they who value either, or but half of them, do their duty, both will be saved; if indolence be indulged in, all is lost! Let every man, then, casting aside all selfish considerations—rejecting all timid coun
July 11, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
the Protestant religion shall be surrendered in a PROTESTANT MEETING AT EXETER HALL..... 1 JUBILEE OF THE REFORMATION. [We have

the Protestant religion shall be surrendered in a PROTESTANT MEETING AT EXETER HALL..... 1 JUBILEE OF THE REFORMATION. [We have

much pleasure in copying the following from large section or proportion of the sister country. I Tins DAY. A meeting was held this morning at Exeter Hall (p ursua nt that admirable little work, The Penny Sunday Reader, con- We again call, then, on these and on all other to adver
July 11, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WANTED, as COM "'ANION to a LADY. wi shes —A Young Lady of genteel family and eunnexittns f or a

WANTED, as COM "'ANION to a LADY. wi shes —A Young Lady of genteel family and eunnexittns f or a

situation as above, where a Lady's Maid is kep t. have no objections to live with an Invalid , or with ir tatetialin any who travelled, an would make herself generally eet °hj way not menial. Remuneration not so much an • L e as Permanency of situation and a comfortable home. Le
July 11, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LIBRARY OF CLASSICAL ENGLISH POETRY. In One large Vol. Bvo., 18s. in cloth; 20s. with gilt edges, SELECT WORKS of

LIBRARY OF CLASSICAL ENGLISH POETRY. In One large Vol. Bvo., 18s. in cloth; 20s. with gilt edges, SELECT WORKS of

the BRITISH POETS, from JONSON to BEATT IE ; with Biographical and Critical Prefaces. By Dr. AIKIN. Also, in Ten Vols. royal 18mo., 31.; aud in post 18m0., 21. "A compilation which places before us the best Poems of our best Poets In a very accessible form."—Monthly Review. Bvo.
July 11, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEW EDITIONS OF HORNSEY'S ELEMENTARY WORKS. B OOK of MONOSYLLABLES; or, an Introduction to the Child's Monitor. For Young Children.

NEW EDITIONS OF HORNSEY'S ELEMENTARY WORKS. B OOK of MONOSYLLABLES; or, an Introduction to the Child's Monitor. For Young Children.

Is. 6d. bd. CHILD'S MONITOR; or, Parental Instruction : containing great Variety of rrogressive Lessons adapted to the Comprehension of Children. 4s. bd. PRONOUNCING EXPOSITOR; or, a New Spelling Book. In Three Parts. 2s. bd. HORNSEY'.S ENGLISH GRAMMAR ABRIDGED. 9d. SHORT GRAMMA
July 11, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

July 4, at Ealing, by the Rev. G. F. Nicholas, A.M. Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, Francis Nicholas, A.M of Wadham College, Oxford, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter o Charles Robinson, Esq. of Rochester House, in the same parish. July 4, by license, at Hackney Church, Mr. T. F
July 11, 1835 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
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July 11, 1835 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
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July 11, 1835 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England