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RAILWAY CHRONICLE.

RAILWAY CHRONICLE.

RAiLWAY CHRONICLE. TO TH1t PROI~lETOR9 OF TISE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. [Advertisenient.] GrNTT.rxE'N,-Since I had the honour of ?? vou in the Eui of the 16th instant, your tueeting has been mdloitned to the 9th of next month, ia order to enable Mr. Wood io add all Appeitdix to his
January 6, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

FLATLST EDrTINc.] SUNDAkY, JANUARY 6, 183>9. When we rise in tie morning, our first thought is of the business or pleasrres of the day before us. Some turn a glance behind to the transactions of yesterday, in order to profit by the lessons of experience; while others look forward
January 6, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC SALE.

PUBLIC SALE.

. TURKEY CARPETS. ON ACCOIT'T THK IMPOBTER. FOR PKREaiPTORY SALE BY AUCTION, KIIAWAY’S COFFKB-HOUSE, CHANGE-ALLEY. CORNHILL, . „„ By Messrs- GEORGE BROOKS and . On WEDNESDAY, the *3.1 JANUARY. 18», at Twelve ©Clock precisely. TWENTY-FOUR BALKS, containing about Oiv*. UNDUE and F
January 6, 1839 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
SHOrLlf TIV6.

SHOrLlf TIV6.

Susan Ash well, aged 50, a respectable-looking woman, was indicted for stealing from the shop haberdasher, Totten ham-court-road, on the 20th of December last, eight yards of poplin, two yards of silk, three yards of bombaaine, and a piece mousseline-de-laine, value 255. John Da
January 6, 1839 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY

8. The Canada Government Bill read third time iu the House of Lords and passed. 12. Watson, who had been indicted with Thistlewood and others for high treason, and acquitted, died New York, aged 15. Mr. Grotc’s motion for the ballot, lost by majority of 117, there being 198 for,
January 6, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
the bell s new weekly messenger.

the bell s new weekly messenger.

preferred, but some the Chinese kind are also very fashionable. Jrwellert.— -A great number of bracelets are united on the wrist; they are generally very narrow, and covered with precious stones, one of them must have suspended from a chain, an elegant smelling bottle, or ring o
January 6, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLy MESSENGER*

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLy MESSENGER*

THE BELL’S NEW MESSENGER* O’Connor would use hit f aflueoce the immense concourse outside. Mr. O’Connor recommended him to apply to bis friend Mr. Kenworthy, the chairman, hut said that if the lives of the magistrates were in danger, would most willingly interfere. Mr. O’Conoor w
January 6, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
JAN. 6-

JAN. 6-

JAN. U stcrttly engaged in devising means for I of this country, one can ~ a n( j a il the vigilance of the Government, I the most skilful diplomacy are required to ronnteract her schemes. It is very plain, also, the insurgents receive much assistance from the people of the Unite
January 6, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
NO COPAIBA NO MERCURY.— BIGOT’S SPECIFIC SYRUP, warranted not to contain alum of the above, or ary other injurious diug,

NO COPAIBA NO MERCURY.— BIGOT’S SPECIFIC SYRUP, warranted not to contain alum of the above, or ary other injurious diug,

is thecheapcs., safest, and only infallible remedy fer gonorrhoea, gleet, irritation, stricture, pains in the loins, mercurialisin, and decayed constitution, having never been known to fail in curing the worst cases in a few days. It requires bo constraint, or change of diet, pl
January 6, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
JAN. 6.

JAN. 6.

January 6, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England