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UNPUBLISHED LETTER OF DR ARMSTRONG.

UNPUBLISHED LETTER OF DR ARMSTRONG.

John Armstrong, author of ' The Art of Pre- E serving Health," and other works well known in their day, was the intimate friend of Thomson, I Mallet, Lvttleton, &c. He was a native of Rox- burghshire, his father being minister of the parish of Castleton, on the banks of the rive
October 10, 1836 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
POLICE

POLICE

111ANstov-nousE.—The idea of turning to profit the dangerous articles of food which escaped the fire at Pennine'swharf; was not, it appears, abandoned even when the order had been issued to convey them a considerable distance beyond Gravesend, and fling them into the water. Th e
October 8, 1836 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
G ELL'S DALBY'S CARMINATIVE effectually removes those alarming disorders of the stomach and bowels to which children of all ages

G ELL'S DALBY'S CARMINATIVE effectually removes those alarming disorders of the stomach and bowels to which children of all ages

are co liable. In the and similar affections' of adults, it often cures ivhen other means fail. During the last .50 years, this popular medicine has met w ith a very extensive sale; this has led to its being counterfeited. Parents are seriously cautioned against these deleteriou
October 8, 1836 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE FINEST HOW: GOLD WATCHES, jewelled in the eases, warranted to perform corre including a gold briquet key. A. B.

THE FINEST HOW: GOLD WATCHES, jewelled in the eases, warranted to perform corre including a gold briquet key. A. B.

SAVORY and SONS, Gold:mith opposite the Bank of
October 8, 1836 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AVERAGES, ;E PRICE of CORN ai if England and Wales ' lding Oct. 14. Oats. Rye. 26 535 2 28

AVERAGES, ;E PRICE of CORN ai if England and Wales ' lding Oct. 14. Oats. Rye. 26 535 2 28

.5 32 24 228 9 23 a3B 1 , 2.5 2328 24 1 0 0 24 6 42 0 25 1 - 0 35 2 24 3 0 A , 0099 25 0 0 0 22 5 0 0 20 929 1 P' ) 10-,30 8 121 6 39 1 21 8132 11
October 20, 1836 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL IVICAILMETS. COTTON MARKET, Oct. 17. A quiet market to-day. There has been no further change in prices, but the

LIVERPOOL IVICAILMETS. COTTON MARKET, Oct. 17. A quiet market to-day. There has been no further change in prices, but the

market is much depressed. The sales to-cray are 1500 bags, being a general assortment of most kinds. Oct. 18.—The market is as dull as it well can be. The sales today have hardly reached 800 bags. There also appears to be more eagerness to sell; and, under these inflnences, pric
October 20, 1836 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
T HE EDINBURGH REV] mid be published on MON London: Longman and Lo. Edinburg

T HE EDINBURGH REV] mid be published on MON London: Longman and Lo. Edinburg

October 20, 1836 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Hians . . . . .

Hians . . . . .

Peas TEE TEA TRADE. There is scarcely anything doing in the market, still the importers have not submitted to discount. The total deliveriea of tea from the warehouses for home consumption on which duty has been paid during the week ending the 22d of October are 4.50,000 lbs.—Pr
October 27, 1836 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BOOK BIN DlNG.—Works elegqntly halfhound, cf the size of the Family Library, at Is. 3d. per vol.; or the size

BOOK BIN DlNG.—Works elegqntly halfhound, cf the size of the Family Library, at Is. 3d. per vol.; or the size

of Scott's Novels, is. 6d. per vol.; or beautifully bound in calf, in a very superior manner, size of the Family ' Library. Is. 9'. per vol.; or size of Scott's Novels, 2s. 2d. per vol. at the British Paper Warehouse, 46, Cornhill, London. A List of Prices of Bookbinding may be
October 27, 1836 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
In vo., price 15s. boards, THE PRIMITIVE DOCTRINE of ELECTION: or, an Historical Inquiry into the Ideality and Causation of

In vo., price 15s. boards, THE PRIMITIVE DOCTRINE of ELECTION: or, an Historical Inquiry into the Ideality and Causation of

Scriptural Election, as received and maintained in the Primitive Church of Christ. By GEORGE STANLEY FABER, 8.D., Master of Sherburn Hospital, and Prebendary of Salisbury. London: William Crofts, 19, Chancery-lane.
October 27, 1836 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England