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FOR SCHOOLS AND YOUNG PERSONS. In 12ino. price s. 6d. boards, or 6s. bound, ABRIDGMENT of the Rev. It SOAMES'S

FOR SCHOOLS AND YOUNG PERSONS. In 12ino. price s. 6d. boards, or 6s. bound, ABRIDGMENT of the Rev. It SOAMES'S

HISTORY of the REFORMATION of the CHURCH of ENGLAND. Printed for J. G. and F. Rivington, St. Paul's Church-yard, and Waterloo-place, Pall Mall.
October 3, 1835 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
ROAD-MAKING. Jtist published, under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, price only 6d., A_ PRACTICAL

ROAD-MAKING. Jtist published, under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, price only 6d., A_ PRACTICAL

TREATISE on the best Mode of REPAIRING ROADS; with some Observations the present System. By CHARLES PENFOLD, Surveyor. This treatise forms No. 77 of the Farinet's Series of the Library 01 Useful Knowledge, of which the "seceding numb,rs eomprise— I. The HORSE, in Fifteen Numbers
October 3, 1835 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
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THE MORNING HERALD.
October 7, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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October 1, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD.

SIR,—On the Ist instant 2,000 circulars were seized by the Post-office and delivered to the parties to whom they were addressed, charging 28 postage for each. Many people considered themselves aggrieved, and applied at the Post-office to get the postage returned, which was, howe
October 7, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
S _ COTCH SMALL STILL WHISKY.-WALTER LITTLE, from Groat St. Helen's, respectfully informs his friends, that he has REMOVED to

S _ COTCH SMALL STILL WHISKY.-WALTER LITTLE, from Groat St. Helen's, respectfully informs his friends, that he has REMOVED to

26, NEW BRIDGE-STREET, corner of Chatham.place, where he hopes still to be favoured with their orders for his fine Scotch Malt Whisky and Ale. TO the AGENTS of the EAST INDIA TEA COMPANY.—The Company's fresh BLACK TEAS, just imported from China, are now ready for delivery, in lb
October 7, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PATENT CLOSETAIRE.—This invention, possessing the advantages of a PORTABLE WATER CLOSET, is a dmirably adapted, from its li g

THE PATENT CLOSETAIRE.—This invention, possessing the advantages of a PORTABLE WATER CLOSET, is a dmirably adapted, from its li g

ht ness extreme portability, facility of c l e ansing, andcompamtive cheapness, 'to afford comfort in bed cham • berg, sick rooms, nurseries, yachts and ships' cabins. As an article of travelling equipment, it takes up no more room than a writing desk, The escape of effluvia is
October 7, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
, t lO l6 By Mr. BULLOCK, at his Rooms, 211, High Holborn, To-rd o - - 8, and SATURDAY,

, t lO l6 By Mr. BULLOCK, at his Rooms, 211, High Holborn, To-rd o - - 8, and SATURDAY,

10, at Twelve each Day, n fort,4 HOUSEHOLD Effects, Finger Organ, na il " Paintings, and other genuine Property, consi s ti n g of fou r 4 B pc, glasses of the following sizes: 70 inches by 50 inch., 68 inch- W e t o w 60 inch. by 49 inch., and 56 inch. by 40 inch., smaller ditt
October 7, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
annual value of 40s. It appeared that the claimant was entitled to a fifth share of seven cottages at Eddington,

annual value of 40s. It appeared that the claimant was entitled to a fifth share of seven cottages at Eddington,

which had been bequeathed to him and his four brothers, and yielded an income of 40/ per annum. He had claimed for a " freehold house." One of the brothers was insolvent, and had transferred his pro- , perty to trustees. For the objector two points were argued ; first, that the
October 1, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AN APPRENTICE WANTED in a first-rate TEA an d GROCERY CONCERN at the West-end; will be treated as one of

AN APPRENTICE WANTED in a first-rate TEA an d GROCERY CONCERN at the West-end; will be treated as one of

the family.—For particulars apply personally to Mr. G. Badhain, 12, Warwick-court, Holborn. - - Fr PARENTS, and GENTLEMEN about to commence their HOSPITAL EDUCATION in I ondon, a married Medical Gentleman residing in a most airy situation, adjacent to St. Georges' Hospital, and
October 1, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England