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HHK INSUUANCK AGKNCIKS. VTORWICH EQUITABLE FIRE ASSURANCE SOCIKTV.

HHK INSUUANCK AGKNCIKS. VTORWICH EQUITABLE FIRE ASSURANCE SOCIKTV.

HHK AGKNCIKS. VTORWICH EQUITABLE FIRE ASSURANCE SOCIKTV. Th-L«H » «U>s. I llev. Koheit Churchman Long, Sir Imumf M.icon. Bart. ~.r ,er,i' , V.’illi.i'ii J.*x Itlake, Esq. | John Esq, niRECTOKS. John *n rro«*«*. Esq.. K R.S.. President. (’!, ur Turner, Esq.. Vice President TliottM
January 31, 1839 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
A FEW WOUDS TO THE AFFLICTED.

A FEW WOUDS TO THE AFFLICTED.

Tli etnnumerabletestimonials of cnren of Cataract. Gutta Serena, Onhtlialinia .litflammntion. N'ervouj. Head-athe .I>eatt!« FSand other diseases to which those delicate organs the Kye and Kar are-übiec led are too numerous fo: the limits of thisadvertisement This Snulf, .vfrcnsf
January 31, 1839 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
THE COAST-BLOCKADE.

THE COAST-BLOCKADE.

[From Sir John Barrow's Supplementary Chapter to the L fe of Anson.) Another source for the supply seamen a ceitain extent for the navy has, within a few years k, been lost the naval service. The allusion here made the Coast - guard service, as at present constituted. Why it has
January 31, 1839 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
THE COAL TRADE

THE COAL TRADE

The following is the report of the harbour-master of thi most important station in the river to the Lord Mayor on thi operation of the new arrangements, and several matters con nected with the coal trade, comprehending the points in Mr Richmond's letter, which has been published
January 31, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Lord Western's New Breed of Sheep. IMPROVEMENT IN DRAINING. //“ The Maruuin or Tweedaee’s MACHINE FOR MAKING TILES. H FA

Lord Western's New Breed of Sheep. IMPROVEMENT IN DRAINING. //“ The Maruuin or Tweedaee’s MACHINE FOR MAKING TILES. H FA

ER S M AGAZIN E, published A Monthly. Price ONK SHILLING and SIXPENCE, will contain, on the First of February, ENGRAVING of one of SIR CHARLES KNIGHTLY'S OXEN the SHORT-MORN BREED, u lot which attracted admiration at the late Christmas Market; and also a PLAN FARM-HOUSES. Amongs
January 31, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
N T E D, by respectable and competent FEMALE, about 35 years of age, Situation as HOUSEKEEPER in a Nobleman's

N T E D, by respectable and competent FEMALE, about 35 years of age, Situation as HOUSEKEEPER in a Nobleman's

Family. She perfectly acquainted with the responsible duties uf the Situation, and also capable of superintending large establishment Servants. The most satisfactory Testimonials can be obtained. Afidtpm by letter (post-paid) P. G. S., Post Office, Dudley.
January 31, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
THE SPORTING MAGAZINE FOR FEBRUARY * VI7ILL contain NOTICE OF CAPTAIN ▼ CANDLER’S (the Worcestershire) HOUNDS, and the Crack Riders

THE SPORTING MAGAZINE FOR FEBRUARY * VI7ILL contain NOTICE OF CAPTAIN ▼ CANDLER’S (the Worcestershire) HOUNDS, and the Crack Riders

op his Hi nt; and also some OBSERVATIONS the DISPUTE between the BADMINTON HUNT and AIR. HORLOCK; with the usual variety other Matters of interest the Sporting World. London : Al. A. Pittman, Warwick Square, and all Booksellers in Town and Country.
January 31, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
AT OMBF.RSLRY

AT OMBF.RSLRY

IX)T MAIDEN ELM TIMBER -1- TREES, many of large dinMnsions, numbered from I to 32. LOT 2.—NINE fine OAK TREES, of large site and i|uality, numbend from I to !l. LOT 3—ONE REAIARKABLY FINE OAK TREt, of niiununlly to rye and dimensions, numbered I. These laHs are on Lands belongin
January 31, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
.MARRIAGES.

.MARRIAGES.

23, at Leominster, by the Rev. George Wood house, Jb- Taylor Leeder, youngest son of J. Lmlcr, Esq., of Bum- Th.rp. Norfolk, Martha, second daughter of .Mr. hrelrr, Ivington Park, near Leominster. Jin. '24, llimhleton, .Mr. John Tolley, son of Mr. Tolley, , I'kwi', to Mary, daug
January 31, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
COMMISSION SALE ROOMS, & . Ho. 68, KAHXBT-BTHBBT. Clmxeb other Cuahlona'made to Order on the Shortest Hotlee. EXPEDITIOUS CONVEYANCE FOR

COMMISSION SALE ROOMS, & . Ho. 68, KAHXBT-BTHBBT. Clmxeb other Cuahlona'made to Order on the Shortest Hotlee. EXPEDITIOUS CONVEYANCE FOR

GOODS, TO MR. SWIFT, ATTEIST, Ac. Dear Sir,— A MONTH ago I applied to yon. when labouring under extreme deafness. lam now happy to nform you, that the judicious treatment, you then tnbecMd to lias been successful, that I am perfectly restoted. hardly know how to estimate the val
January 31, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England