Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 4,711 articles

THE BOTANICAL LOOKER-OUT.

THE BOTANICAL LOOKER-OUT.

No. XX.—September. Kata ten Melittan apanthisamenos."— Lucian, Sipping the Flowers like a Bee. Having given the misty mountains the slip, and left the glens and ravines to their clouds and waters, T now look out upon the softer features of the Flower Garden, where find myself sa
October 5, 1839 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
FOR SALE AT THE MONTPELLIER LIBRARY, ADJOINING THE ROTUNDA, Works published by H. Davies, Mont- Price 2s - 6d -»

FOR SALE AT THE MONTPELLIER LIBRARY, ADJOINING THE ROTUNDA, Works published by H. Davies, Mont- Price 2s - 6d -»

with P and Twelve illustrations pettier Library, Cheltenham: The Environs of Cheltenham, In foolscap Bvo., price 15.6 d., Being Excursions to some of the Principal Places: The Cheltenham Waters, in the Neighbourhood. Their Nature and Properties, with General Direc- ■ Hons for th
October 5, 1839 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
EXETER MARKETS, &c.

EXETER MARKETS, &c.

The supply of Cattle to, day was very considerable, particularly Fat Bullocks, f gridgewater Fair, which threw sort of dullness on the sale, sheep were plenty, but the holders was firm, keep being plenty. Fat Ballocks. 9s to 10s per score; Sheep, sjd to 6d ; Calves, 6d to 6}d ;
October 5, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BIRTHS. Oct. 1, at Palace Gate, the lady of $ sen. 1 Lately, Cop Hall, Molland, the . Mogridge, Esq.,

BIRTHS. Oct. 1, at Palace Gate, the lady of $ sen. 1 Lately, Cop Hall, Molland, the . Mogridge, Esq.,

of daughter. Sept. 30, at Knowle, the Lady ot S. / daughter. Oct. 1, at Orchard Terrace, Newport, the lady Major Lewis, of a son. , h j Sept. 29, at Tiverton, the lady of Thomas»" Esq., of a daughter. .fib' J Sept. 27, at Estover House, the lady R1 ff Esq., of a daughter. S*pt.
October 5, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The Shoe-Cleaning Conviction.

The Shoe-Cleaning Conviction.

This case has excited the greatest interest throughout the country. The weekly press have followed in the train of the daily papers, and the provincial journals are spreading it to the remotest parts of the kingdom. The Examiner after describing Mr. Bryan as residing at Six Hill
October 5, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THOU SAY'ST NOT, "N AY." Bright thine rye, and thy brow ; * Tts arched like imperial cope; Within its

THOU SAY'ST NOT, "N AY." Bright thine rye, and thy brow ; * Tts arched like imperial cope; Within its

orb what feelings glow. The tender thoughts love and hope ! The fund desire thy heart conceals. The trembling fear thy lips display, Thy sneaking rye dike reveals— meanest " Yes"—then why say " Nay ?" This baud is ihinc, that ne'er was vowed To maid before—none dear to This hear
October 5, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Oct. WEEKLY CALENDAR. Sunday after Trinity. Lessons: Morning, Daniel 3 Mark 9. Evening Daniel 6, 2 Cor. 5. 7. New

Oct. WEEKLY CALENDAR. Sunday after Trinity. Lessons: Morning, Daniel 3 Mark 9. Evening Daniel 6, 2 Cor. 5. 7. New

Moon at 13 minutes after two, afternoon. 10. Oxford and Cambridge Terms begin. 13. Sunday after Trinity. Lessons Morning, Joel Mark 16. Evening, Micah 6, Cor. 12. —o NORTHAMPTON GENERAL INFIRMARY. ADMISSION OF PATIEN18 DUkING THE LAST WEEK ln-Patients.... 16—Out Patients....37.
October 5, 1839 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
MR. SUARMAN CRAWFORD'S DEFENCE OF THE SMALL FARMERS OF IRELAND.

MR. SUARMAN CRAWFORD'S DEFENCE OF THE SMALL FARMERS OF IRELAND.

That the condition of the labouring population England has the most intimate relation with •he social and political condition of the inhabitants of the sister island, we need scarcely attempt to prove. The interests of the people both sides of the Channel are, in fact, identical
October 5, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER.

FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER.

(From the London and Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion J Very pretty materials for autumnal dress are the chine and silks ; but plaids, both in poplins, lev-entities, and de Tours are much favour. Velvet silencers are again seen with the autumn toillettes. Generally speaking, sk
October 5, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

We learn from Alexandria that the British Consul-General bas presented to the Viceroy, a letter from Sir John Herscbel, inviting him, in the name of tbe Royal Society, to erect an observatoty in Egypt, and appoint an European astronomer. The Helvetic Diet resolved, on the ult.,
October 5, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England