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HARVEVS FISH SA[JGR.

HARVEVS FISH SA[JGR.

ELAZENBY and SON having numerous complaints • from families who are imposed upon by spurious imitations of their 11 MVEY'S FISH SAUCE, respectfully inform the public none is genuine but that which bears the name of WILLIAM LAZENBY on the back of each bottle, in addition to the f
October 1, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT HUMAN DISCOVERY by the Rev. GORMAN GREGG, sole Inventor of the GREGORIAN PASTE, now alone celebrated for Tooth-ache, Ear-ache,

IMPORTANT HUMAN DISCOVERY by the Rev. GORMAN GREGG, sole Inventor of the GREGORIAN PASTE, now alone celebrated for Tooth-ache, Ear-ache,

and Tic l)ouloureu,e, also for preserving and cleansing the Teeth, the ,flicacy of which is now well known. Observe the spelling of German Gregg. lirferences to Physicians, Surgeons, and Clergymen of high re , pectability, having experienced the efficacy or this valuable composi
October 1, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
POLICE.-(THIS Dm r .)

POLICE.-(THIS Dm r .)

POLICE. -(THIS Dm .) MARLBO ROC GH.STREET.—A gentleman of very supe• rior manners and appearance, whove name was not called out in the ordinary ;27. and who was not placed at the bar but admitted in front of the benc:i in the body of the court, was charged with baying been found
October 1, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NEW SYSTEM OF SECONDARY PUNISHMENT.

NEW SYSTEM OF SECONDARY PUNISHMENT.

I NEW SYSTEM OF SECONDARY PUNISH-. I\ - Al ENI'. Copy rf a Lelferfr'or ?? flair Fox M~aule to Si)' G3eorge Grey, Baronet. tie 'rvliitlrall, Jan. 30, 1839. clii Sir,-1 am dlirected by Lord Jorhn RossQ11 to ire- 1,ai qua~int you, for the irrfoorniniofl of' Lord Gierreir, toar swa i
October 1, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
MARGATE,

MARGATE,

TO TIMBER MERCHANTS, AND BUILDERS FOR SALE AUCTION, In bond, for Account of the Underivriters, By Mr. R. JENKINS, AT the WHITE HART HOTEL, Margate aforesaid, on FRIDAY, the 4th day of October inst., at 12 o’clock at Noon precisely, nearly .'lOO LOADS of BALTIC TIMBER, 1,000 OAK
October 1, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PARTNER WANTED.

PARTNER WANTED.

WANTED a PARTNER in wholesale and retail Tobacco and Snuff business, capable of being much extended, and in one of the first thoroughfares at the West End of London, who can command £4OO to £5OO. For further particulars apply (if by letter, post-paid), to Mr. John Bolton, Solici
October 1, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
BUMMER FLOWERS.

BUMMER FLOWERS.

How laucliin; The flowers spring into life ; They cluster round oar summer paths, With hope and pleasure rife ! Full roysMy emblazoned. On their emerald couch they lie, And turn their joyous laces the blue, fair-weather sky ! And thus the happy creatures Fora brief hour glad the
October 1, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
LOCAL IN TELLIGENCE.

LOCAL IN TELLIGENCE.

The Rev. William Hewson, D. D. Vicar of Swansea and Chancellor of St. David’s, has been presented by Ins parishioners, as a token of respect, with a richly chased Grecian Silver Urn, and a large Salver, of the value of one hundred and fifty guineas. Dr. llcwson is a native of Eg
October 1, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
rpilllUY very superior CART-HOKSKS.—To be JL SOLD AUC TION, Mr. DIXON, at his Repository. Barbican, on FRIDAY, October 4. commencing

rpilllUY very superior CART-HOKSKS.—To be JL SOLD AUC TION, Mr. DIXON, at his Repository. Barbican, on FRIDAY, October 4. commencing

One o'clock precisely. THIRTY fine-shape 1, fresh, young, poweriul CART-HORSES that have been working ou the Rlnuu-glum. Bristol, and Thames Junction Railway, sold iu consequence Mr. Ramsey having completed ble contract. The above stock of tine young seasoned Cart-Duress are wor
October 1, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE HKGISIRAT!ON. MIDDLESEX COURTS OF REVISION.

THE HKGISIRAT!ON. MIDDLESEX COURTS OF REVISION.

Mr. Coventry end Mr. Shadweil held their Courte at Wey bridge, yestrrd-.y. Mr. Cotcntry gave on the ca»e of Mr. T. C. Pnilipa, which atood over from Saturday, on an objection made Mr. Copoock hit vote, on the ground remora! after the 20th of June. Mr. Coventry expunged hie vote,
October 1, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England