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IOLUTE REVERSIONARY

IOLUTE REVERSIONARY

INTERESTS, IRE BMW EHRK PER CERT MMES, inw to accounts in the name of the rantantwlsmeral of the Court Chancery; ALSO THE DIVIDENDS of the Investments during the Life of the ANNUITANT, rjLL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, errs, WALTER D. PBTTINGILL, /star Tavern, on the Qaay, Great Yarmouth
January 5, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
j without destroying that modification and adjutt-1 ment of the other forces, the regal and the art's- i locratic, tehich

j without destroying that modification and adjutt-1 ment of the other forces, the regal and the art's- i locratic, tehich

has in practice appeared to all\ nations and all ages since their establishment , much to advance the freedom and the prosperity 1 of the British nation. A pamphlet, under the title of A Letter to the Queen on the subject the state of the Monarchy." now in very general circulati
January 5, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
1 M MEDI ATE BEN EFlTSitflorod the I I.ikk Axxlitv Rates, calculated on E*jtiiial»le Principles. run vxAMri.F. For every 1001.

1 M MEDI ATE BEN EFlTSitflorod the I I.ikk Axxlitv Rates, calculated on E*jtiiial»le Principles. run vxAMri.F. For every 1001.

deposited, this A9*oei.ilion will grant the Annuity opiiosite the a?e of the party depositin?.—From 5U|. and upward*, pmporti«»n. 3<> 4.1 Crt 5 (n pi 75 f" |o ;pun;CO h* Cl« | fi» Cl.*h': f' IVU't j-rC: |,rC! ;.rl: t | e p.r( i-> Life and Fire Insurance Rate* reduced per ent, pe
January 5, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
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January 5, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
liT ill. Fjul .MiJ Coamci* ' V i. dinner, their man' ~„C Square, the E»rl aoj Countess of Funny the

liT ill. Fjul .MiJ Coamci* ' V i. dinner, their man' ~„C Square, the E»rl aoj Countess of Funny the

Marquis ami v,, »nliv. ami Viscount Osaulslnu. tVetUMUti ST Dabliscton.—The laiiies ' ,- ■! li fsrltmimt the other ■lie, tlwl u-e ; . .j, fli«s)Ter the rsusc. (tf eoum> ctin,*“• «uuethiits luirtieriitc the in . - fist ntqtrtrv swept sway all tlottlu. - • . , «-u>l of whom en„l,,
January 5, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
SOUTH DURHAM RAILWAY.

SOUTH DURHAM RAILWAY.

XOTICE IS HEREBY GtYh.X. THAT a MEETING of the DIRECTORS of the SOUTH DURHAM RAILWAY will he held «t the T-dhot Inn. Bishop Auckland, THrtiM).W, the Ultli day if January instant, at o’cloek in the forenoon, for the purpose deciding u|>on the measures w adopted enforce the of the
January 5, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
F. BROWXi BOOKBINDER, DVRUAtt, . , JS in immediate want of a Refpectable YOUTH fin APPHKNTICK* who will have opportunity

F. BROWXi BOOKBINDER, DVRUAtt, . , JS in immediate want of a Refpectable YOUTH fin APPHKNTICK* who will have opportunity

of leaniliig tbs above Duainoaaia all lla Bnujchea. Jan. 8, 1839.
January 5, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
SCOTSMAN,

SCOTSMAN,

" The Morning Chronicle of Monday quotes a passage from the forthcoming number of the Quarterly Review as to the Poorlaw Amendment Act, of which the following is a sentence : The candid and generous conduct of the Duke of Wellington and Sir Robert Peel, in not merely abstaining
January 5, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
46 to 60 to

46 to 60 to

to 60 to ' 84..£9.41. LC 4 001 rCt. pr Ct. I prCL pi LIFE and Reda° LIFE )tip to 81 d. fi Warn. III 0111 'hie Company make Common Private Houses and Hazardous 'Double Hazardous Farming Stock 'DEPENDENT keeOpposite the Bazaar eid'a.street, Edinbu !,Dublin. litahltshed and cmpoi 1
January 5, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
R LANDS' T O, Or PEARL DENTIFRICE, A WRITE POWDER, of Oriental Herbs of the most delightful fragrance, and free

R LANDS' T O, Or PEARL DENTIFRICE, A WRITE POWDER, of Oriental Herbs of the most delightful fragrance, and free

trom any mineral or pernicious ingredient. It eradicates Tartar and decayed Spots from the TEETH, preserves the Enamel, and fixes the TEETH firmly in their rockets, rendering them DELICATELY WHITE. Being an Anti-Szorbutic, it cradicatts the Scurvy from the Gum, strengthens, brac
January 5, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England