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WINDSOR-FRIDAY.

WINDSOR-FRIDAY.

The review of the Foot Guards, which was to have taken place yesterday, was postponed till this day on account of the wet. The rain falling very heavily this morning, it has again been postponed sine die. Lord and Lady Mayo, and the Hon. Miss Eden, arrived yesterday at the Castl
October 3, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
tive jurisprudence. It adopted it because it spread religious and moral improvement among the people, and led them to discharge

tive jurisprudence. It adopted it because it spread religious and moral improvement among the people, and led them to discharge

their duty as good citizens. This was implied in the principle Of an establishment, and it followed as a clear deduction that it was the duty of the Legislature, who had so founded it, to render it efficient, and to do every thing that could be done to promote the purposes for w
October 3, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LAMENESS of the FEET and DEFORMITY of the HANDS, occasioned by CORNS, BUNNIONS, CALLOSITIES, and PAINFUL or DEFECTIVE NAILS. MR.

LAMENESS of the FEET and DEFORMITY of the HANDS, occasioned by CORNS, BUNNIONS, CALLOSITIES, and PAINFUL or DEFECTIVE NAILS. MR.

RUBINI, Surgeen-Chiropedist, 60, Newmanstreet, Oxford-street, respectfully acquaints the Nobility, Gentry Clergy, and inhabitants of London and its vicinity, that he continues to REMOVE and CURE CORNS. either hard or soft, Cancerous Fibrous, or the spina pedum BUNNIONS, and cuti
October 3, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
• In 9 vols post Bvo, R S. JAMESON'S WO.RKS. 1. VISITS at HOME and ABROAD. 3 vole, second edition.

• In 9 vols post Bvo, R S. JAMESON'S WO.RKS. 1. VISITS at HOME and ABROAD. 3 vole, second edition.

2. CELEBRATED FEMALE SOVEREIGNS. 2 vole, second edition. 3. PASSAGES in the LIVES of the POETS. 2 vols. 4. CHARACTERISTICS of WOMEN. 2 vole, third edition. • • Either work may be had separately. Saunders and Otley, Conduit-street, Hanover-square.
October 3, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE EDITOR'S ADVICE TO THE ENGLISH PEOPLE; O'CONNELL'S BLARNEY AND HUMBUG IN THE NORTH; THE POLITICAL FRAUD CALLED CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION; THE EDITOR'S CHARACTER OF THE "LIBERATOR."

THE EDITOR'S ADVICE TO THE ENGLISH PEOPLE; O'CONNELL'S BLARNEY AND HUMBUG IN THE NORTH; THE POLITICAL FRAUD CALLED CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION; THE EDITOR'S CHARACTER OF THE "LIBERATOR."

THE EDITOR'S ADVICE TO Tl THE ENGLISH PEOPLE; O'CONNELL'S BLARNEY AND. HUMBUG IN THE NORTH ; THE POLITICAL FRAUD CALLED CA- THOLIC EMANCIPATION; THE EDITOR'S CHA- RACTER OF THE " LIBERATOR." Friends and Fellow-Countrymen, OF all the difficulties we have to contend with, as public
October 3, 1835 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
O'CONNELL'S ENTRY INTO DUBLIN. 1 THE KING AND QUEEN OF THE BELGIANS, (FROM • CORRESPONDENT.) AND THE DUCHESS OF KENT

O'CONNELL'S ENTRY INTO DUBLIN. 1 THE KING AND QUEEN OF THE BELGIANS, (FROM • CORRESPONDENT.) AND THE DUCHESS OF KENT

A ND THE PRINCESS Dublin, Wednesday. ; VICTORIA. Daniel arrived in Dublin yesterday evening The pro- 1 Ramsgate, Thursday. cession was a most miserable failure it was the merest mob- The visit of her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent and gathering, and was so totally destitute
October 3, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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October 3, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
are not to be described, when it was found that in one of the parishes in which was their strongest

are not to be described, when it was found that in one of the parishes in which was their strongest

hold of Radicals, owing to the informality in signing the householders' list, the barristers found themselves under the necessity of disfranchising the whole parish, Liberals, Whigs, and Tories. Two other parishes shared the same flue; and on the next day two more followed, maki
October 3, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DESPERATB AFFAIR BETWEEN THE ENGLISH BRIG OF WAR CHILDERS, AND TWO EGYPTIAN BRIGS.

DESPERATB AFFAIR BETWEEN THE ENGLISH BRIG OF WAR CHILDERS, AND TWO EGYPTIAN BRIGS.

Several letters from Smyrna make mention of a highly tragic occurrence, reported to have taken p!ace in the port of Suda, in Candia. A dispute having arisen between some sailors of the English brig of war Childers, and men forming part of the crew of two Egypt7an brigs, who had
October 3, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
8, New Burlington-street, Oct. Ist. Mr. BENTLEY Is preparing for immeiiate publication the following NEW WORKS. In Two Volumes Bvo.,

8, New Burlington-street, Oct. Ist. Mr. BENTLEY Is preparing for immeiiate publication the following NEW WORKS. In Two Volumes Bvo.,

with Portraits, MEMOIRS of the PRINCE of the PEACE (DON MANUEL GODOY). Translated under the immediate supetinteudettFe 4.1 s Highness, from the Original Man 14 script. By LIEU T.-COL. J. G. D'ESMENARD. MR. GLELG'S NEW WORK, In 3 vols. post Bvo., CHRONICLES of WALTIIAM. By the Au
October 3, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England