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VEGETABLE HAIR OIL

VEGETABLE HAIR OIL

Is allowed be excellent discovery for invigorating and renovating the Hair. It eradicates the scurf, nourishes the Hair, prevents its falling off, produces a most beautiful natural curl, and gives to artificial Hair a noculiar softness of texturw and luxuriant appearance. —Sold
October 15, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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October 15, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LONDON TO DERBY.

LONDON TO DERBY.

Pauenarert may booked London through to Derby (except on Sunday*), by the trains leaving tbe ton-square station of the London and Birmingham Company—rlt, at 6b. Ora. morning—Sh. 45m. morning—lh. Om. afternoon, ARRIVING DKRBV. lib. 45m. afternoon—3b. 30ra. 16m. afternoon. P&a«erg
October 15, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, No. 141, is pubilshed this day. Contents: I. Life and Works of Thomas Telford. 2. Church-rates. 3.

THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, No. 141, is pubilshed this day. Contents: I. Life and Works of Thomas Telford. 2. Church-rates. 3.

Duke of Kagusa’s Travels. 4. Reign of George the Third—Public Characters. 5. Captain Marryat’s Diary in America. Mlniiterlal Plan ami Tory Minrepreacritattoos. 7. Life and Times Richard Baxter. «. Bosworth’s Anglo-Saxon Dictionary— Structure of the English Language. I*. Lord Lyn
October 15, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PUINCU>AL VOCAL PERFORMERS

PUINCU>AL VOCAL PERFORMERS

MRS. SUNDERLAND. Miss HORST, MADAME NEUVILLE, Miss OSBORNE. JIU. RYALLS, MR. FLINT, AND MU. GILBERT; Leader of the bund, MR. THIRLWALL (Prom the York and Hull Concerts.) Conductor, MR. FRITH. Subscribers may* have additional Tickets, for their Families, or Visitors, at the rate
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Price

Price

October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
fiiamaßfs.

fiiamaßfs.

On Sunday. Mr Matthew Wilson, •hnemaker. Miss Margaret Adams.—Mr William Atlams, blsicksniitb, Mis* Eluab.il. I ..nine.—Mr Jan..* r.axlon, n.a«.n. Mss Mary Thorne.—Mi Chas. Biugl.-y, scissor-mi!b. Mr* label Hart :e. Sunday. Mr Aifr.nl Dewsnaji. raiorsmith, El.on, daughter of Mr J
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Xov. I, William lleiid.Tsnn, of Westbmmwicfa, Staffonl- 5, James uiu, of A-liloa-under-Ejnc, Lancashire, slnre, ironmaster. 12. Thomas Carrick Perritt, of Kin^slon-apon-Hull, uioncy scrivener. _ 13, Siimudl li irstall and Francis BarsUi:, of Ivingston- UjHin-liuU, ■wreiumts. 13,
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SEMI-STARVATION IN ENGLAND.

SEMI-STARVATION IN ENGLAND.

SEMI-STARVATION ENGLAND. Wx extract tbe following passages from an admirable paper, which appewea ia the AtAemeum, on « pamphlet by Dr. R. B. Howard, entitled Am Inquiry into the Morbid Effects of Deficiency of Food, chiefly with reference to their occurrence among the Destitute
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
rdf markets. fair. Oct. U»is fair were only of aa iiifprior kinH, but many nrrr dii>|><i«pii . The market lor

rdf markets. fair. Oct. U»is fair were only of aa iiifprior kinH, but many nrrr dii>|><i«pii . The market lor

cuttle was onl) iiiditfemit, amt pry* beinu scarce weir nearly a!l at rery hkh pnre*. The aitendaHre of lioliday loTs was more numerous <n lor several yean past, lint liavr not heard any husioess lie ini; done by the liglil.linip'ird j'rnt'y
October 15, 1839 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England