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THE RECOLLECTIONS OF A HACKNEYCOACH.

THE RECOLLECTIONS OF A HACKNEYCOACH.

IRE RECOLLECTIO6 - 01? A UACI(NRY- : I I. - COACH.- 1; . I ' . ' I 'Thoreame more things in heaven aud earth, Horatio, Thar wae dreamt of in your philaEsophy.'-SliuraXrOE. C.ttUAFMI T ?? - Aiongst Sir James Ohyle's faahionable patients was a- puotlemar; the elder son of a peer; v
November 30, 1839 - The Odd Fellow - London, London, England
 
FROST AND HIS FELLOW PATRIOTS.

FROST AND HIS FELLOW PATRIOTS.

LichT TE Whigs are going steadily onward in their sa- work of murder. They are not easily to be diverted be from their purpose, though most ingenious in the rty invention of manaeuvios by which to divert atten- ie tion from their several purposes of spoliation or ldet slaughtor.
November 30, 1839 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
REGISTRATION PROSPECTS.

REGISTRATION PROSPECTS.

To TnB EDITOR OF TIR1 MORNING CHRONICLE. SIn_ Fraser's lying bombastic account of the progress ol Toryism In the registration courts has been so ably re- futed last week in your valuable journal, that it is almost naieccssary to refer to that subject again; but as I per. CeC;V y
November 30, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MEETING of the FRIENDS of POLAND.

MEETING of the FRIENDS of POLAND.

I MIEATINtG of the FRIENDS of POLAND.I A a rsualero maeetin g of the friends of Poland was held last evening-at Exeter-hall, to - commemorate the ninth anniversary of the Polish Revolution. The chair was taken by 0. A. Young, Esq. The CHAIRMAN said, that in thanking thens very si
November 30, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY TRADING.

SUNDAY TRADING.

A meeting of churchwat dens was held yesterday evening in the vestry-room of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Mr. Staunton, the senior churchwarden, having been called to the chair. , The following petition to parliament was proposed for adoption by the different parishes, either entir
November 30, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Two rewards have been this evening offered for Jonathan Palmer and a man named Williams.

Two rewards have been this evening offered for Jonathan Palmer and a man named Williams.

November 30, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
—And he had brought the application orboth these qualiti. catioms, such as they were, to bear upon the contents of

—And he had brought the application orboth these qualiti. catioms, such as they were, to bear upon the contents of

the report--out of that document alone had he been successful in repelling the attacks, and had completely confuted every charge which had been set up. (Loud cheers.) The Lou, and leailied gentleman then touk item by item of the charges, and ezolained ani cleared away every doub
November 30, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Now Ready. with Illustrati4 , ns, Post Bvo., 10s. 6d. boun,l THE WILD SPORTS o f SOUTH AFRIdA. By CAPTAIN

Now Ready. with Illustrati4 , ns, Post Bvo., 10s. 6d. boun,l THE WILD SPORTS o f SOUTH AFRIdA. By CAPTAIN

W. C. HARRIS, E.I.C. Engineers. Jokn Murray, Albemarle-street. PENN'S MAXIMS FOR ANGLERS, &C. Now Ready, Second'Edirion Enlarged. with 24 Illustrations, foolscap tivo., 7s. 6d., AXIMS and HINTS for an ANGLER, and MISERIES of FISHING; and MAXIMS and HINTS for a CHEsS-PLAYER. liy
November 30, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Nearly Ready, Bvo , 1(:6". e•.eh, THE PLA of A RISTOPHANES. Edited, with English Notes; and adapted to the Use

Nearly Ready, Bvo , 1(:6". e•.eh, THE PLA of A RISTOPHANES. Edited, with English Notes; and adapted to the Use

of Schools and Universities. By THoNIAS -MITCHELL, Esq., A.M. Already publish,d, 1. The ACHARNENSES.-2. The WASPS.-3. The KNIGHTS. 4. The CLOUDS.—and 5. The FiIOGS, nearly ready. John NI urt ay, Albemarle-street. -
November 30, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PETER PARLEY'S TALES ABOUT PLANTS.

PETER PARLEY'S TALES ABOUT PLANTS.

In One handsome Volume, square 16mo. embellished with Ninety Engraving;. Price 7s. 6d. bound in cloth. T ALESABOUT PLANTS, by PETER PARLEY. Edited and prepared for Press by Mrs. LOUDON. " Botany is in itself a very comprehensive science, and one which it will require much time a
November 30, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England