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TO OMNIBUS PROPRIETORS AND OTHERS.

TO OMNIBUS PROPRIETORS AND OTHERS.

Leaive of Premises, Stock of Horsn. Three omnibuses (nearly new), Seven l'airs of Harness, Stehle Utensds,itc.—Tt/ BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. ROBINSON, on tee Premises. corner of the Asylum-road, near the Half-Way-House, Old Kent-road, on TUESDAY, JULY 1.39, at One o'clock, by O
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON AND SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY. PASSENGERS parcels spay be booked at the following o ffi ces, and convey e d

LONDON AND SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY. PASSENGERS parcels spay be booked at the following o ffi ces, and convey e d

l n fi ve 1 hours to acrithampton. Sraz au kit.LE, GAM n Hl' AC SITS TWO NICKS, Lib-LANt. Can. Kay*, WOOD-STALL/. II -( Cs Oral it on ICE, aud c, jur ,,,,, GREEN NI as, Pa 7 Traui, 21n. 121. =a. 1 Is. " 12 " 21s. 13s. ••1 225. 5 a 225. Us. 21is. 12s. Mail-packets communicate wit
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
1 1 11 E beautiful and ektentive CEMETERY, Established hy Act of Parliament, t; sod / William IV., at the

1 1 11 E beautiful and ektentive CEMETERY, Established hy Act of Parliament, t; sod / William IV., at the

southern foot of HIIifiCATE 111f.t., distant only two miles and a quarter from Gloucester-gate, Regent's Park, and not three miles from Gray's • ruin-road, has Consecrated, and many Interment, lune taken plher. It is Oise of the moat intensting objects nevi' London, and romnsaie
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
1111AMIOLD AND LEASIIIIIOLD ESTATES, AND OLD TO NE SOLD ET AUCTION, by Mr. ETERSPIELD, at °areaway's, as TUESDASt, JULY 9,

1111AMIOLD AND LEASIIIIIOLD ESTATES, AND OLD TO NE SOLD ET AUCTION, by Mr. ETERSPIELD, at °areaway's, as TUESDASt, JULY 9,

at One, unless previossly disposed of by Private Contract, ramyl, meted FREEHOLD DWELLING. ROUSES, Nos. 3, 3,4, and 5, Wain. neat Gr ivesand, Kent, nearly opposite Harmer-stnset, aril within three minutia' walk of the Royal-terrace end the packet.; land-tas aeorood. A LEASEHOLD
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
FIVE POUNDS REWARD. IF HANNAH FREEMAN, Who resided at Kensington, nem. the Church, and that 1 for Chelsea, in lie.te,

FIVE POUNDS REWARD. IF HANNAH FREEMAN, Who resided at Kensington, nem. the Church, and that 1 for Chelsea, in lie.te,

will apply to t. Lower t hamesistrret, will HEAR of ETIIING to her A ['VANTAGE , or person gisen information of her present 'toile, or of her death, shall receive the above Reward. it E., if altar. is :19 years of age, fair completion, blue eyes, Homan nose, middle OOP, and dark
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
SOILED lIIISH LINENS AND TABLE LINEN. • !LA 1...4 ate' who rot tto purchase toiled Irish Linens, hate the •

SOILED lIIISH LINENS AND TABLE LINEN. • !LA 1...4 ate' who rot tto purchase toiled Irish Linens, hate the •

... if I l,r.c tailool* at Warty It ilf their at If' aii.,•....l4•ests:ilistit ii Linen Wand ~,,, se. IMSe•rtreet. Maro - hestee•eqoare, hiring the .anipl• roon.l. sit Sadler Aro, I esttun, the eminent Idea. hem of Belfast, ...11.11 , .4 pore Mit. Ar. • hed in the Atyle, f r o m
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
EDUCILTIOn I 1110 REL and S‘iN, ma*tera of a French and Engb-I, Arademy for gentlemen. k t nines. (war 4

EDUCILTIOn I 1110 REL and S‘iN, ma*tera of a French and Engb-I, Arademy for gentlemen. k t nines. (war 4

beg to infiwin their in England, that the, are oow in Loudon until the I Ith of July. when they will return to with the young gen Ileum, who contlded their rare. /learnt. Liborel may be daily, between four And *e.t.a o'clock, at their lodging*, No. 4, lrundel *tr.* t, Strand, li
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE. All complaints of irregularity in the delitery of this paper should sent to the office, by letter, post paid,

CORRESPONDENCE. All complaints of irregularity in the delitery of this paper should sent to the office, by letter, post paid,

xrith the name of the Newsreader to trhom the order was ijirrn, and the Publisher will take such steps shall prevent similar disappointment*. 2. The drawer of a bill is only bound to pay within reasonable time after notice of dishonour has been given him ; and, therefore, us he
July 7, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
PASTIMES OP KING HENRY^VIII.

PASTIMES OP KING HENRY^VIII.

Proud of his bodily strength and agility, and anxious to display them, Henry VIII. once more gave a temporary fashion to military pastimes and violent corporeal exercises. Even after his accession to the throne, according to his biographer, Hale, he continued daily to’amuse hims
July 7, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE MAGAZINES.

THE MAGAZINES.

NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, FOR JULY, 1839. The opening article of dye July number of the New Monthly, having been already noticed by us, proceed to the examination of its other contents. Its contributors, besides the editor, are Mrs. Trollope, Capt. Marryat, the Hon. E. Phipps, the R
July 7, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England