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This Day, Svo., price REMARKS on the STALL LOAN-FUND SYSTEM, addressed to the DUKE of WELLINGTON. By W. L. SHULDH

This Day, Svo., price REMARKS on the STALL LOAN-FUND SYSTEM, addressed to the DUKE of WELLINGTON. By W. L. SHULDH

ANT, A.M. London: John NV. Parker, West S trawl.
October 29, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MONTHLY ALMANACK.

MONTHLY ALMANACK.

October 29, 1839 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
OCTOBER XXXI DAYS.

OCTOBER XXXI DAYS.

New Moon 7th day, at !oh 1-Im morning . First Quarter lsth day,at 2h 26m afternoon Full Moon -22 d day, at 3 lrn afternoon a. 1 s Last Quarter 29th day, at 411 lin mornirq, 6h. I 5 11Tu 1 Collier Stone Christ Ch. laid 1833. 2I 5 2 1 Vi , 3 .5 3 Th 3 3 4 Fr 31 5 5 Sa 41 5 4 1 5 5
October 29, 1839 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
Dwelling House and Land, Situate in 13'axi;n.'s Road.

Dwelling House and Land, Situate in 13'axi;n.'s Road.

rp HE HOUSE (Stone awl Brick) has been entire newly built of best materials-since 1831 —consists of Drawing Room and two Chambers above, two below Rooms, Buttery, Kitchen. Bathing House, with. i p Pump and %Veil of excellent Water, Stabling, Sic. &c.: attached is a Flower and Ki
October 29, 1839 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On Thursday morning last, at the Cathedral. Capt. Grayson. of the Barque Pandora, to Mrs. A mey, relict of the late Mr. John Amey, of this island. DIED. On the 17th instant, in this town, the Rev. Mr. Wilson, Wesleyan Missionary. On Thursday last, in town, of Yellow Fever, Mr. E
October 29, 1839 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
POLICE OFFICE, BRIDGE-TOWN, THURSDAY! OCT. 24TH.

POLICE OFFICE, BRIDGE-TOWN, THURSDAY! OCT. 24TH.

POLICE OFFICE, BRIDGE-TOWN, THURSDAY ! OCT. 24TH. Mr. Benjamin Massiah ad Mr. Ayred Bayne were brought up by warrant, and charged b#: the police with furious riding along the public street. Defendants said that they were cantering out of a rain, The officer said that the rain was
October 29, 1839 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
To sail on the 23d November. For DEMERARA, The A 1 Ship SANDBACII, JAS. BISPHAM Commander. a ght or Pa

To sail on the 23d November. For DEMERARA, The A 1 Ship SANDBACII, JAS. BISPHAM Commander. a ght or Pa

sage (having very superior accommoda- SANDBACH, IINNE, and Co. To sail on the Ist November For BOSTON, c,'l'..,hlse;fine American Ship DE T ARE, DAVID PATTON, M ; coppered and co . ppe fastened ; a fast eta a s 'St . class, (now on her first voyage,) and in all conveyance.—For f
October 29, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AND GENERAL COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HEARTS RESOLVED AND HANDS PREPARED, THE BLESSINGS THEY ENJOY TO GUARD.-SMOLLET. XII.—No. 715.] TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29,

AND GENERAL COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HEARTS RESOLVED AND HANDS PREPARED, THE BLESSINGS THEY ENJOY TO GUARD.-SMOLLET. XII.—No. 715.] TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29,

1539. [PRICE FIVEPENCE. by &ai' by 2urtion. by %tuition. IMPORTANT SALE OF WOOLLEN CLOTHS, AT A LOSS OF Ss. IN THE POUND. THE BANKRUPT STOCK OF EVAN EVANS, 29, OLD HAYMARKET, LIVERPOOL, COMPRISING BROAD AND NARROW CLOTHS & CASSIMERES, Principally West of England. PETERSHAMS, PLA
October 29, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OPPOSITE THE PALATINE CLUB-HOUSE.

OPPOSITE THE PALATINE CLUB-HOUSE.

Mr. E. continues to FIX ARTIFICIAL TEETH on his entirely New Principle, without tying or twisting wires: they are constructed in such a manner that it is impossible to discern them from the productions of nature. The peculiar advantages of these Teeth are, that they operate as a
October 29, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE NEW STEAM-SHIP ."ACHILLES."

THE NEW STEAM-SHIP ."ACHILLES."

We had recently occasion to notice the new steam-ship the " Saint George," of Glasgow, and have now an equally pleasing duty in supplying some brief, and necessarily hasty, account of another splendid steamer, from the same port. We need scarcely repeat, that, though natives of
October 29, 1839 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England