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Utitraturr.

Utitraturr.

ON THE RELATION BETWEEN THE HOLY SCRIPTURES AND GEOLOGICAL SCIENCE.— By Dr. I'vE SMITIL-Jackson and Walford. This is a work of no ordinary merit; it consists of a series of lectures delivered by Dr. Pye Smith, on the relations existing between the sacred volume and gealogical sc
November 22, 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
ARRIVALS of Grain and Flour into London, for the week ending the 22nd Nov. Wheat Barley Oats Malt Flour Qr,

ARRIVALS of Grain and Flour into London, for the week ending the 22nd Nov. Wheat Barley Oats Malt Flour Qr,

QrS Qrs Qrs Sacks English and Scotch .. 1 3400 ' 6400 4300 3500 Irish69Go _ Foreign.... • • 4700 630 —
November 22, 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
news ,0 GRIMM** n. Providwee. «■«■• ».*rv£ do* OooA Design, Howard, fro* iao SAILED- y.j|»frith. Anna Maris. ' rich, Jansen.

news ,0 GRIMM** n. Providwee. «■«■• ».*rv£ do* OooA Design, Howard, fro* iao SAILED- y.j|»frith. Anna Maris. ' rich, Jansen.

lafig hurd, for Shields- ,~ , land, Howard, for Nor*** Nc*. Hull! Good Dews ' , t»B* » . White: SPALi" ,vi:r» fl. from and Ann > White: » : all with ot top.. John /S,, umber, and good*- with wheat: Huh, l ». , and Am. LKP WhUworth. and and Ann, the? 0 "*!. Kolfei -.^uwi %d T, J,
November 22, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
PLATED CORNER DISHES, Seven Guineas the Set.—A. B. SAVORY and SONS, Manufacturing Silversmiths, No. 14, Cornhill, London (opposite the Bank

PLATED CORNER DISHES, Seven Guineas the Set.—A. B. SAVORY and SONS, Manufacturing Silversmiths, No. 14, Cornhill, London (opposite the Bank

of England), submit for choice in their Plate Rooms, many patterns of strongly Plated Corner Dishes, with silver handles anti shields for engraving, from 7 Guinean to 10 Guineas the Set of four ; by removing the handles thorn the covers, eight dishes are formed when required. N.
November 22, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
32, GREA F RUSSELL-STREET, BLOOMSBURY, and 17 RUE DE LA PAIX, PARIS. VrINERAL SUCCEDANEUM, For FILLING DECAYED TEETH, LOOSE TEETH

32, GREA F RUSSELL-STREET, BLOOMSBURY, and 17 RUE DE LA PAIX, PARIS. VrINERAL SUCCEDANEUM, For FILLING DECAYED TEETH, LOOSE TEETH

FASTENED, And LOSS of TEETH SUPPLIED. Mons. AIALLAN and SON, Surgeon-Dentists, 32, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, and at 17, Rue de la Paix, Paris, continue to restore DECAYED TEETH with their MINERA L SUCCEDANEUM (of which they are the sole inventors and possessors), without
November 22, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LAW INTEttIGENCE.

LAW INTEttIGENCE.

VICE.CHANCELLOR'S COURT, Nov. 21. ate TAYLOR—CUSTODY OF INFANTS' ACT. Mr. KNIGHT Bauce mentioned this casesgain. The Court would recollect (he said) that on a former day be had made an application to enable the wife of Mr. Taylor, the brewer of Limehouse. to have intercourse wit
November 22, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Just published. royal 16mo. price 9s. cloth lettered, GOETHE'S ' F AUST. Translated into English Verse, preserving throughout the literal

Just published. royal 16mo. price 9s. cloth lettered, GOETHE'S ' F AUST. Translated into English Verse, preserving throughout the literal

meaning and rhythmical character of the original. With notes. By JOHN HILLS, Esq. Whittaker and Co., Ave Maria-lone.
November 22, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

The accounts received in town this morning state that the Duke of Wellington is nearly recovered from his late attack of illness. His Grace is ex- pected to arrive at Apsley House about five o'clock this evening. A correspondent using the signature " Britan " n'tcus," has addres
November 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
IIN'IVERSITY .-■.* AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE.

IIN'IVERSITY .-■.* AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE.

I IN ' IV ERSITY .-■ * AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE. i "«•>„„ OXFORD, Nov. 21. 4 HfS r tionho,lienthi9 day, the Rev. Joh D Peat, V *V ct ?? r,s Oollcgc, Cambridge, was adimtted ad "^d: . Banac tim -c the following degrees were con- , ?? vil * Z " W > b y Commutation.-?™, Wadham. ??
November 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION. from a of the Titft. THE CLCSC COCVCIt St. Margaret's, Leicester. Oct- Sir, —Although left at hb-.-rty by

NATIONAL EDUCATION. from a of the Titft. THE CLCSC COCVCIt St. Margaret's, Leicester. Oct- Sir, —Although left at hb-.-rty by

the Committee National Society accept tbe Parliamentary grant of £4-1 toward the erection ofKnighton school, so end ely concur in the correctness of the principle laid down them in their letter of the that I am reduced lo the disagreeable alternative accept it, on the condition
November 22, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England