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A FEW ABRIDGED EXTRACTS* FROM THE

A FEW ABRIDGED EXTRACTS* FROM THE

From Lady's Magazine, (or May. To Mr. »V. Grimrtoar, bis valuaV.U invention the bye .9ou(T, made from British Herbs, for the diseased organ* of the head and eyes— Great wa.- the power that did to man impart Creative genius and inventive art; The second praise is, doubtless, Gnms
November 26, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THK LIVERPOOL MAIL

THK LIVERPOOL MAIL

»oulhera »«ry little i« ml«s of Georgetown been 2b. Rye flour is dull 12|. The trensertions in grain here been e feir extent—€oo bushels western fb«e* were »dd at I cash, and abawt bOUO bushels of sootbtrn lb cash, and 17 days. Sales |0(X) bushels rye were made 70c., being decli
November 26, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

Toynbee. Waile, Seui «r, ami G 1 Hcathcate, Tavifclock reel, Coveot garden, Ih»o*Iou. prin’e^: far a.< regarj» G Toynbee and T Wade—H L Becker, J L Becker. J Sun lb, J Cla'ybm, T Uradbury, J Brailmirv, .tlaiicbe»ler, jpnulers—J Flowe», Atkinson, and Fk»«e», Hoenu* Ayres, merchan
November 26, 1839 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Belgian * p?lglfti»Scrip Brazilian Ditto Scrip Paolih Haitian • • Dutcl* per Cuul Dutch Two-nml-a.l pci Ceut.,. Portuguese Fite per

Belgian * p?lglfti»Scrip Brazilian Ditto Scrip Paolih Haitian • • Dutcl* per Cuul Dutch Two-nml-a.l pci Ceut.,. Portuguese Fite per

G0ut...... Poitugueae Three per Gout.. Mexican, Columbian. Peruiltp Chilian Spanish „ ex Ci<«(>oi» „ SMAUF, MAUKKT. London nod OlltoJShntcn Blrwinalinut• ManchcJlcrnlid Blrainglmm KIWOMOO Brighton Croydon Croy<lo»Hcrl|».. • Maochctter and Lcedr ...... Nortli Mldlon«l • • Greenwi
November 26, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
the LONDON COMMERCIAL SALE-ROOMS, THIS DAY, November 26, at One, MOLASSES, 280 Casks SUGAR, 2000 Hass Manilla Ditto Siam 4

the LONDON COMMERCIAL SALE-ROOMS, THIS DAY, November 26, at One, MOLASSES, 280 Casks SUGAR, 2000 Hass Manilla Ditto Siam 4

Bartels Ceylon, for exportation or.lr COFFEE, 31 Hags RICE, 2200 Ditto PEPPER, 500 Ditto 70 Ditto White TAPIOCA. 20 Parrels SALTPETRE, 10.’ Haskets'uncleared of former Sale 431 Barrels FORMAN and HADOW, Sworn Brokers, 11, Mincing-lane.
November 26, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC SALES.

PUBLIC SALES.

SALE of the N EPTUNE. advertised for thia Day, UNAVOIDABLY POSTPONED until THURSDAY, the Mb of December. LACHLAN, SONS and MACLEOD, Sworn Brokers, Great Alie-atn»pt. At LLOYD'S KOOM, KU, BISHuPSGAIESTRRET WITHIN, jjOn TUESDAY, December 3, at Half-pnlt Two, (Unless previously dis
November 26, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CUSTOM Hpysr

CUSTOM Hpysr

CUSTOM httrarda I So». 2. - ') from Hirirqnln Klnj P.oulojnt Ncptusr, Block. Uitrad TourUt, Middleton, Calal- Fanny. Winch, Oatend Maaa. Blake, Bntterdam Clraffe, Stranack, Sunbeam, Walker, Hemburp Salrator.Oeremann.Pows-on.l l.lbanla, Clauen. Konigeberj Aldro, fibrey, Rotterdam
November 26, 1839 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

Tuesday, November 19. IstoLvesTs.—Alexander Callaway, Holloway, chemist Wm. Luxford. Troseley, Kent. butcher.-John lUm. Queen’s- Denwo,l-meaahlre, merchant. .. B*s xan rra.—James Mao. BrickhUl-lane. Uparr Thames- Btxcct, wholesale Ironmonger.—Charles Bridge-road, Lambeth, hotel-
November 26, 1839 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
MARGATE, KENT.

MARGATE, KENT.

To Ship Builders, Timber Merchants, Farmers, and others. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. J. STANER, ON TUESDAY, the 28th of November, 1839, at the Thanet Timbkr Yard, King-strekt, MARGATE, A quantity of oak, elm, and lir planks, knees, beams, and ceilings, saved from the WRECK Ber
November 26, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

The Pope is said to be in dying state, and Cardinal Gregorio is dead. Gregorio was a fieree Romanist, worthy of the age of Hildebrand his nickname was the Red Sieilian,” in allusion to his supposed sanguinary disposition and his country. he ex|H*etcd to succeed Dr. Capellari in
November 26, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England