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FRIDAY'S GAZETTE. INSO (SENT. F. COUPEES and W. COUPLES, Luton, Bedfordshire, straw-hat•manufae• turers. BANKRUPTS.

FRIDAY'S GAZETTE. INSO (SENT. F. COUPEES and W. COUPLES, Luton, Bedfordshire, straw-hat•manufae• turers. BANKRUPTS.

J. HOADE, Englefield-green, Staines, Surrey, grocer. Sol. Spinks, jun. King's Bench-walk, Inner Temple. —N. TUFFNELL and S. TUFFNELL, York-street, Ilhddlesex Hospital, tallow-chandlers. Sol. Tribe, Great Russellstreet.—J. DANIEL, Bath, timber-merchant. Sole. Messrs. Burfoot. Kin
July 12, 1835 - The Age - London, London, England
 
JOHN FLY, ON FASHIONABLE FOLLIES.—No. I. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

JOHN FLY, ON FASHIONABLE FOLLIES.—No. I. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

MY DEAR SlR,—Oftentimes have I contemplated the pleasure of introducing myself to your notice, believing that from the extraordinary facilities I possess of moving in the first society, I may prove of essential service to many of your readers, and I trust amusing to all. Let me
July 12, 1835 - The Age - London, London, England
 
PATENT RECUMBENT CHA SOFAS, Sze.—lt is now well known that for ease and comfort afforded by variation of position, strength,

PATENT RECUMBENT CHA SOFAS, Sze.—lt is now well known that for ease and comfort afforded by variation of position, strength,

simplicity, elegance, and every advantage that can be desirable,-1 or the Drawing-room, Library, or Chamber of the Invalid,—" DaW'S Chair is without compare ;" and its hitherto only objection—the price —is now obviated: owiug to the number and increased facilities of manufacture
July 12, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
CONTINENTAL LAW BUSINESS Mr. CARPENTER, English Solicitor, takes this opportunity of informing the Legal Profession and others, that he continues

CONTINENTAL LAW BUSINESS Mr. CARPENTER, English Solicitor, takes this opportunity of informing the Legal Profession and others, that he continues

to undertake every description of LAW BUSINESS as well in Paris or the neighbourhood as any part of the Continent, which, from his experience and local information, he is enabled to accomplish with facility and despatch, though required elsewhere than in the capital. Mr. Carpent
July 12, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Second edition, price 2s 6d, boards, with Coloured Plate, THE DENS of LONDON EXPOSED; with Anecdotes of Living Characters.—For Remarks

Second edition, price 2s 6d, boards, with Coloured Plate, THE DENS of LONDON EXPOSED; with Anecdotes of Living Characters.—For Remarks

on this extraordinary and interesting Book, see Fraser's Magazine for May, Bell's Messenger. the Times, Leigh Hunt's Journal, and other journals.—Sold by JOHN and C0.,10, Middle-row, Holborn, and all booksellers.
July 12, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PERSONAL NEWS.

PERSONAL NEWS.

THE DissENTERS.-The following resolution was unanimously passed on Monday, at a special meeting of the United Committee "1 appointed to consider the' grievances under which the Dissenters now labour, with a view to their redress," held at Dr Williams's Library, Redeross-street,
July 12, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THE FOREIGN QUARTERLY. REVIEW, JL ?? XXX, Was published on Friday, July 10th. A. Richterand Co. Soho square; and Black and Armstrong, 2 Tavistock street, Covent garden. Just published, ia I vol. lImo- pric'o 6s. 6d. cloth, AH I S T O R Y of G R E E C E. ?? THOMAS ICEIGUTLPY, Auth
July 12, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
[JULY 12.

[JULY 12.

There is a split in the Cabinet on the Irish Church question; and if the Royal wedge be only well driven forward, as we doubt not, the MELBOURNE Ministry will be soon rent to pieces. We have all along informed our readers that the present Ministry were, in their intercourse with
July 12, 1835 - The Age - London, London, England
 
NEW SONGS by THOMAS MOORE, Esq.—Ten New Songs and two Vocal Duets, by Thomas Moore, Esq. sold separately at 2s

NEW SONGS by THOMAS MOORE, Esq.—Ten New Songs and two Vocal Duets, by Thomas Moore, Esq. sold separately at 2s

each. Also, by the same author, a new ballad,' Her last words at parting,' sung with the greatest success by Mr. Parry, jun. price 2s. SIX SONGS by LORD CHARLES THYNNE, the poetry by the Hon. Mrs. Norton, Mrs. Hemans, and Thomas Moore, Esq. price lOs 61. TWO SONGS by the CHEVALI
July 12, 1835 - The Age - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

"Hers' celebrated variations on 'We're a' noddin.'" Arranged as a duet for the Pianoforte by G. P. Cittadini. London, Cocks and Co.—Mr. Cittadini has produced a brilliant and clever duet from Herz' variations upon the above air. He has not—as many of his contemporaries have done
July 12, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England