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COMB HAY, SOMERSET.

COMB HAY, SOMERSET.

Within Four Miles of Bath. W. W. SIMPSON respectfully announces that the SALE of the above ESTATE will ta ke Place at the Auction Mart, London, on TUESDAY, August 6 , at Twelve o'clock, in the following Lots : Lot Oue will comprise the Mansion, Park, and Woods , the it 1 1 0 me
July 24, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
she has to give in exchange for our manufactures. Let t us remember our own Corn-laws, and the debates which

she has to give in exchange for our manufactures. Let t us remember our own Corn-laws, and the debates which

not later than this year have taken place upon them in Parliament, and I think that even the Noble Marquis himself will be inclined to give the Spaniards a little further time for distinguishing more clearly the point at which monopoly and private interest should yield before th
July 24, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
has a feeling for only one class of persons ; and the duty of protecting that other and numerous class,

has a feeling for only one class of persons ; and the duty of protecting that other and numerous class,

of whom Mr. LOVETT and Mr. COLLINS are the champions and representatives, never enters his head. They may be starved by Corn-laws, and cut down by dragoons, if they meet in numbers to show their resentment at the scoundrel treatment they receive; and Sir ROBERT PEEL will encoura
July 24, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EV!!NING EDITION. cou

EV!!NING EDITION. cou

LAR. Queen, attended by the Marchioness of Normanby, and he lien. Miss Paget, took an airing yesterday afternoon, in an open barouche and four. The Earl of Albemarle and Viscount Melbourne had audiences yesterday of her Majesty. Her Majesty, accompanied by the Duchesss of Kent,
July 24, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PATRICK liILKELLY, Is receiving by the Litherland, from London, THE which, being a Consignment, he will dispose of by the

PATRICK liILKELLY, Is receiving by the Litherland, from London, THE which, being a Consignment, he will dispose of by the

package at very low rates for Cash. 7-8 PRINTS 7-8 Cambric ditto " Ditto Ditto, black and white " Furniture Chintz 6-4 Fancy Printed Muslin 100 Rich Dress Patterns ditto Figured Muslins, &c. &c. Trafalgar-street, Jnly 20-3 n.
July 24, 1839 - Barbadian - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
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July 24, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TELLIGENCE.

TELLIGENCE.

~DAY, JULY 23. , _ _ Arrived llue Malta &c 0 0 A yrea United 3tatei Jamaica, &c 0 Mexico, Carthagena, &c 1 0 Demerara and Leeward Islands U 0 Halifax 0 0 SHIPS ENTERED INWAW )5 AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE, LONDON, JULY 23. John Bull,Corbin, Hamburg, Horselydowo —Norman. Soho, Whitcombe,
July 24, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A Man and his Wife, about 30 years of age, in a small family, with a Single Gentleman, or a

A Man and his Wife, about 30 years of age, in a small family, with a Single Gentleman, or a

family going to Ireland; the Alan as BUTLER, or Butler and Valet; the Woman as HOUSEKEEPER. She understands cooking, confectionary, pickling, and preserving. They would be found useful servants, and persons in whom great trig could be placed, and can be well recommended in town.
July 24, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AS UPPER SERVANT, or Single-handed, out of livery, a very steady, respectable young Man, aged 33, five feet nine inches

AS UPPER SERVANT, or Single-handed, out of livery, a very steady, respectable young Man, aged 33, five feet nine inches

high; has a four years' good character from the family now in town, and has no objection to attend the carriage and make himself useful; understands his business.—Direct 7'. Spencer, 31, Carburton-stroet, Fiuroysquare. - AS SERVANT, either i n or out o f li very, a respecta bl e
July 24, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE GRAND PROMENADE, ROYAL BOTANIC SOCIETY, Inner Circle, Regent's Park, will take place TOMORROW, July 25, on which occasion will

THE GRAND PROMENADE, ROYAL BOTANIC SOCIETY, Inner Circle, Regent's Park, will take place TOMORROW, July 25, on which occasion will

be displayed many valuable Plants, amongst which will be a fiDe American Aloe in flower, different fabrics, and works of art connected with Botany. Bands of Music MI. be in attendance. Tents and Marquees are erected cn different parts of the groqnd to accommodate the visiters in
July 24, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England