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FOR THE TEETH AND GUMS.

FOR THE TEETH AND GUMS.

HUDSON'S BOTANIC TOOTH POWDER AND TINCTURE. These dentifrices, which have so much attracted the attention the medical profession, arc remedies for all disorders of the inouth; they cure the scurvy in the gums, making them Hrm and of a healthy redness, and the breath ; they clear
November 7, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
CAUTION.

CAUTION.

Vick-Ciiancei.l-OrN Court— By Injunction, N0v. 20, 1832. Certain persons and their Agents are restrained, under the penally of from selling any Ointment with any the names with which the above Ointment hath usually bun and now is sold. Sold Pots at all respectable medicine vende
November 7, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
NO DAY PUPILS.

NO DAY PUPILS.

Terms may obtained at the Guardian Office, Worcester. MISS SHKLTON RESPECTFULLY begs leave inform her Friends an<l the Ladies of Worcester and its Neighbourhood generally, her SHOW ROOMS, Corner of 111 STREET, omMsite the Cathedral, will OPEN on THURSDAY, the lath NOVEMBER, when
November 7, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER.

COUNTY OF WORCESTER.

APPOINTMENT of CHIEF CONSTABLE , HR JUSTICES of the COUNTY WOR( ES. I TER, will, the ADJOURNED QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE, holden MONDAV, the 2nd day of DECEMBER NEXT, Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon of the same day, proceed to consider applications for the Office of CHIEF CON
November 7, 1839 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
BISHOP PHII.POTTS AND LORD JOHN RUSSELL.

BISHOP PHII.POTTS AND LORD JOHN RUSSELL.

contemporary press. our last puMiraiion we ailterlinl with alarm to the corret|K)n<lt>nctt l>utneen tlio Uialtup of Exater and Lord Joim Ruud) Man may escape from rope gun ».imc have outlived the doctor’s pill, Who trusts to PkHpotH aaiot undone. That hastiitk is sure to kill. T
November 7, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
rc! Kcrrr review.

rc! Kcrrr review.

A tic I. * Report of Mirth*. Meath*, and Marriages.’ Tbit article is a w ..f the • First Annual Report the H» giatrar-Cicneral Birth*. Death*, and Marriage* , n England;» and of the article ’ Registration’ in the Knrychipae-iia RriUnniea, written the same hand. \V« think llir re
November 7, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFOKD RAILWAY. (kt Editor of the Bradford Observer. Sta. —! know you will foal fc>r a poor deluded girl. Rut.

BRADFOKD RAILWAY. (kt Editor of the Bradford Observer. Sta. —! know you will foal fc>r a poor deluded girl. Rut.

mind you, I don't Idame any one, and I'm aura 1 don't blame mytelf. You mutt know 1 to ba married at York at toon a* the Bradford railway opened, and go all the way to York by the railway- The wont of all, it wat partly can plan, and I thought it would finuhcd thia time, and it'
November 7, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

CUSTOM HOUSE. Nov. 6 ENTERED IX WARDS.— the Neptune, Whittingham, from Hamburgh; Rachel, Fletcher, from Jersey; Jane, Phillips, from Malaga; Giraffe, Strannack, from Rotterdam; Saucy Jack, Far. am. from Vostizza; Olive Branch, Mason, from Guernsey; Ellen, •i'Pherson, from Jersey
November 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE NEWPORT CHARTIST RIOT.

THE NEWPORT CHARTIST RIOT.

(from a correspondent.) y Monmouth, Nov. (i. i n on "j^e already received a full account of the proceed- dflin at r fe, ?? or,; * All here has hitherto been quiet, but we las I° ' v ai - what time a rising might take place. A letter seen received this morning by Mr. Dyke, the Ma
November 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
The Bishop Gloucester and Bristol has during the present week, held confirmations at Henburv "» bury, Frenchay, and Bition, all

The Bishop Gloucester and Bristol has during the present week, held confirmations at Henburv "» bury, Frenchay, and Bition, all

i n the neial moa ' Bristol, when great numbers of both UrIi00(1 0 to that holy ordinance. SCXeS wer<? admitte Bristol Cathedral.—Since the anno" our present Dean, great improvements have hpon"*" ° in this venerable edifice, and we bear that ft etlecte tended. The now tasteless
November 7, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England