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Yesterday we we-e exclusively enabled to publish first the official notificatioa by the Governor-General of India of the raising of tl.e ...ge of Herat, and of his Lordships determi- nation, nevertheless, to persevere in his system or aggressive policy toward, the sovereignty of
January 23, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY.LANE. THIS EVENING will be performed Rossini's Opera of GUILLAUME TELL. Guillaume Tell, Mr. Braham ; Gessler, Mr.

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY.LANE. THIS EVENING will be performed Rossini's Opera of GUILLAUME TELL. Guillaume Tell, Mr. Braham ; Gessler, Mr.

Giubilei ; Rodolph, Mr. Sta.tkurj; Chief of the Canten ef Unterwald, Mr. A. Giubilei; Chief of the Canton of Schwytz, Mr. Duruset; Lulern, Miss Poole. Matilda. Miss Homer ; Martha, Miss Betts. To conclude with the Grand Comic Christmas Pantomime entitled HARLEQUIN AND JACK FROST
January 23, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.. •

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.. •

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. • MANSION-HOUSE.— Three boys named Clayton, Rey- nolds, and Stevens were brought before the Lord Mayor un- der the following circumstances: — A policeman stated that one of the boys walked up to him in the s reet on the preceding night and said that he had be
January 23, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
itturpJjw'oCClcatljfr almanac.

itturpJjw'oCClcatljfr almanac.

tredoeiJa). Jim -Fair. Severe Frost Snow enJ hlf N. K. Th'trtiluv.'ll Severe Frost. F,ra*« iS.-F..ir Will.. slijlt fall of Snow. Sal'tidtij, 2« —Fair. Fnwl. Sinntiiy. 21. —Fair. , . Munduv, —Chan-eable. Thaw. ilh niio. .'.‘ --F iir- _
January 23, 1839 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
WANTED, immediately, a well-educated Youth as Apprentice to a Chemist, Druggist, and Seedsman. —Apply to W. Fowke, Rugeley. STONE ANNUAL

WANTED, immediately, a well-educated Youth as Apprentice to a Chemist, Druggist, and Seedsman. —Apply to W. Fowke, Rugeley. STONE ANNUAL

BALL will beheld at Mr. Meeson's, Crown Hotel, on Wednesday, January 30th, 1839. Managers, EDWARD BARLOW, Esq. JOHN FALLOWS, Esq. Ladies' I'ickets, 6s , j-entlemen's, Bs. Dancing to commence, i 1 alf-past eight o'clock. * TO ENGINEERS __I.D BUILDERS. ANY person willing to constr
January 23, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
lti TILE COURT FOR TIIE RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DERTORS BOMBAY. the mutter of S:r Facia. DA ANTONIO FItANCIOCO DA l

lti TILE COURT FOR TIIE RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DERTORS BOMBAY. the mutter of S:r Facia. DA ANTONIO FItANCIOCO DA l

AlMo awl Jt.Zit ler nsue. ctl cud !kw Iluura us CO. To be sad by Piiblis Ailed**. TIM Tins day,Wednestlay, the 2:Miami:try instant, .Messrs. un ar ANDwill for public sale at their rooms, commencing at I I A. it., a valuable assort ment of property, consisting of Silver Ware, com
January 23, 1839 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
HEREFORDSHIRE. Zo bt Eft, AND ENTERED UPON CANDLEMAS NEXT, A COTTAGE, Garden, and Orchard, with or without a small quantity

HEREFORDSHIRE. Zo bt Eft, AND ENTERED UPON CANDLEMAS NEXT, A COTTAGE, Garden, and Orchard, with or without a small quantity

of excellent Meadow LAND, late the Residence of a Clergyman, situate in the pleasant Village of Turnaston, in this County, near the Church, and in the immediate neighbourhood of a capital Trout Stream (the Doir.) For particulars inquire of Wm. S. Wood, Esq. Whitehouse ; (postage
January 23, 1839 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
HOOPING COUGH.

HOOPING COUGH.

It is likewise an infallible cure for that dangerous disorder the quinsey or sore throat, in which it was never known t» fail after a few hours’ application. It is also an excellent remedy for whitlows, so common ou the fingers of country people who are exposed to the cold; and
January 23, 1839 - Wolverhampton Chronicle and Staffordshire Advertiser - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
TO STRANGERS AND FAMILI E8 VISITING LONDON

TO STRANGERS AND FAMILI E8 VISITING LONDON

NORFOLK HOTEL. ATo. 3d, BURREV STREET, BTMAND. ROBERT DYER, (Lnle of RESPECTFI returns bin thanks bin fHoods and tbn public, who kindly supported bin Lodging EatabUsbmnat at No. IT, nod having rnaaovnd to the above Ejrtenwee nod Cemmediene House, to prevent nay annuoileraSendief
January 23, 1839 - Western Courier, West of England Conservative, Plymouth and Devonport Advertiser - Plymouth, Devon, England