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REVIEWS OF BOOKS.

REVIEWS OF BOOKS.

REVIEWS BOOKS. THE SPORTSMAN. The April number of this periodical is ornamented with lw« terj beautiful engravings, Partridge Shooting Retrieving and u Gathering,” the property Mr. Burrow, of Ashun Lyne, both engraved by Beckwith, the fotmer after » painting Giles, and the latter
April 25, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
STRICTURE, STONE, GRAVEL, all Diseases of the Kidneys and speedily and effectually Cured DR. YOUNG’S URE* ' URIC MIX I

STRICTURE, STONE, GRAVEL, all Diseases of the Kidneys and speedily and effectually Cured DR. YOUNG’S URE* ' URIC MIX I

URL. The eificacy of this Medicine iq the abev*- •m plaint* have been long proved by its unpuraifeled success ractire of many year*' standing, and ha* induced the present pro. rietoi tom it more generally known. Its object to supersede ••• necessity using the bougie, which, from
April 25, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Sir Molesworth v. as prevented by accident from voting for Mr. Duncombe's amendment on Friday last. Death-Punishment. —At a Court

Sir Molesworth v. as prevented by accident from voting for Mr. Duncombe's amendment on Friday last. Death-Punishment. —At a Court

of Aldermen last week, petition was presented from a gentleman for pecuniary recompense, he having, it seems, prosecuted to conviction broker, who had been in the habit of defrauding captains and owners of vessels of the amount of insurances by forging policies. The petition was
April 27, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
The Lath Cask Stabbing at Have*. —The Rev. Stormier.—At a very numerous and re»pectablc meeting of the parishioners of Hayes,

The Lath Cask Stabbing at Have*. —The Rev. Stormier.—At a very numerous and re»pectablc meeting of the parishioners of Hayes,

held on Thursday eveniug, a memorial to the Archbishop of Canterbury was agreed to, with hut three dissentients, requesting his Grace to remove the Rev. Mr. Stunner from the curacy, consequence of his conduct on a late melancholy occasion. Several gentlemen expressed themselves
April 27, 1839 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
— ■—.LRATHKR—Pvb Poind. , .^V*

— ■—.LRATHKR—Pvb Poind. , .^V*

— ■ — LRATHKR— Pvb Poind. , .^V* n~ UJ LEATHER—PER POUND. MtMK Cro-p Hides, 30 to 40 lb 5 "H 40 to 50 lb ?? ,4fl 4i to 60 lb ' Bnll ?? 10d to 13d 'vitnol Botw .. ■* " Englwh Butts lad to 24d Koreign Butu.. J,» Oressina Hides ™ 'm*m Ditto ditto, shaved ?? -HM Beat Saddlers' Hides
April 27, 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Among the vast variety of Commissions and Commisouers, <!..> i. ." '"l, our ' ''"ing the eight, years of 'vVhig

Among the vast variety of Commissions and Commisouers, <!..> i. ." '"l, our ' ''"ing the eight, years of 'vVhig

l'atcln.,1 I""sil,Iy rememher one '!'."' tip for uve, even for "..ii, n„. '"«g'iiiic.ini in point of dimen- '" isitlition of ' at hon - I'dght traverse tl.e e,,',.,' midthat wopresnme . upon which n remittnnce . decided on, the one, and the "5'»e.h,." "'l'"'" Lady l Xow the "'el
April 27, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Lord Brougham on Monday night tanted those, on Wi°Polit feu taunts havo no effect, with having 'Ho, n p. *

Lord Brougham on Monday night tanted those, on Wi°Polit feu taunts havo no effect, with having 'Ho, n p. *

~an fourteen clauses of their Mea li, 1 ' slavish deference to the members Count y and Boroughs of Middlesex, b ■ is d, not °tescommonly against the Ministers, les » an,i himself with tho performance ,,a out other f duty and convenience , °f the question, always vote for them. i
April 27, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MAGNIFICENT PARISIAN COSTUMES. W. TEMPLE most respectfully begs Leave • to announce to tbe Nobility, Gentry, his Friends, and the

MAGNIFICENT PARISIAN COSTUMES. W. TEMPLE most respectfully begs Leave • to announce to tbe Nobility, Gentry, his Friends, and the

Public Newcastle and the adjoining Counties, that or about the lst of May, he will have of submitting for Inspection the most ASSORTMENT OF MATERIAL, SUITED JO THft COSTUMES OF THE SEASON, THAT HAS BEEN IMPORTED INTO THIS COUNTRY, which he and Mrs. Temple have personally selecte
April 27, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Paris and London fashions. M SPENCE & SON, Tailors and Woollen Drapers, respectfully announce to their Friends that Mr. T.

Paris and London fashions. M SPENCE & SON, Tailors and Woollen Drapers, respectfully announce to their Friends that Mr. T.

H. having visited the first Houses PARIS, and seen the Newest Art Cutting Gentle! men's Clothes in that City, has RETURNED via LON. i DON, with choice Assortment of the most Fashionable Articles for the Summer; and beg to assure them that they can have their Dresses made in most
April 27, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TEES BRIDGE, NEAR CROFT TIT" ANTED Immediately, at this Bridge, a few FIRST-RATE MASONS, to whom suitable Wages will given.

TEES BRIDGE, NEAR CROFT TIT" ANTED Immediately, at this Bridge, a few FIRST-RATE MASONS, to whom suitable Wages will given.

Apply to Mr. Wm. Dees, near Gosforth; also! Mr. Ridley, the Company's Inspector at the Bridge Croft, April 25, 1839. "TuToKSELLING & STATIONERY MENT, 24, GREY-STREET, TWO DOORS BELOW THE HEAD. R.-WM. GARTHWAITE, (late with Whit- taker & Co., London,) begs most respectfully to in
April 27, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England