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910 the NOBILITY and GENTRY VISITING PARIS. .1 —Mr. ROGERS, surgeon-Dentist, late of No. 7, Rue de la Pals, Paris,

910 the NOBILITY and GENTRY VISITING PARIS. .1 —Mr. ROGERS, surgeon-Dentist, late of No. 7, Rue de la Pals, Paris,

feeling the indispensible necessity to increase his Establishment, has REMOVED to more extensive Apartments, No. 270, RUE ST. HONO RE. opposite the Galerie de Lorme, where he continues :to be consulted as usual.
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
VARICAS' PATENT WATER-PROOF.- S. K. SALAMAN, Tailor and Breeches-Maker, has an extensive SUPPLY of WATER-PROOF MATERIALS, In Cloths, Buck. skins,

VARICAS' PATENT WATER-PROOF.- S. K. SALAMAN, Tailor and Breeches-Maker, has an extensive SUPPLY of WATER-PROOF MATERIALS, In Cloths, Buck. skins,

Tweeds, Merinos, Moleskins, Cachmeres. Baragans, Camlets, Russia Ducks, Linens, Cottons, 14,tc., warranted effectually waterpoof by Varicas' new improved process, which dues not offer the least obstruction to the perspiration and is perfectly free from any disagreeable odour. S.
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CABINET FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY.— THOMAS PAUL and Co. inform the Nobility and Gentlemen fur nishing, their CABINET STOCK is manufactured

CABINET FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY.— THOMAS PAUL and Co. inform the Nobility and Gentlemen fur nishing, their CABINET STOCK is manufactured

In the very best man net, warranted to stand any climate, comprises every kind of Furniture cal culated for any description of house, from the cottage to the mansion and will be found at least 30 per cent, cheaper than at any other establishment in London. Designs made and estim
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
_d4A:itYrrecweljoeill,cilitly published, Volnm e of Jardine's Naturalists' Library, TH Domestic Sp ec i es. be published, price 6s in cloth,

_d4A:itYrrecweljoeill,cilitly published, Volnm e of Jardine's Naturalists' Library, TH Domestic Sp ec i es. be published, price 6s in cloth,

forming the New By Colonel HAMILTON SMITH. Vol. I. The Wild Sp ecies — embracing the Wolf. Fox, Jackal, Stc. Illustrated tAL HISTORY of DOGS, Wild and w. H. Lisars, Edinburgh; W. Curry, Jun. and Co., Dublin; and all Coloured Plates. S. Highley, 32, Fleet-street, London. similarl
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE DECEMBER NUMBER, Price Halfa-Crown, embellished with Three Illustrations, by George Crulkshauk, of BENT LEY'S MISCELLANY, Edited by W. HARRISON

THE DECEMBER NUMBER, Price Halfa-Crown, embellished with Three Illustrations, by George Crulkshauk, of BENT LEY'S MISCELLANY, Edited by W. HARRISON

AINSWORTH, Esq. Contains : Mr. Ainsworth's Jack Sheppard, Some Account of a New Play, In a with Three Illustrations by familiar Epistle to his brother-in- George Cruikshank. law, Lieut. Seaforth, H.P., late of Prospectus of a Course of Lectures the Hon. E. I. C.'s 2d Regiment on
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Rotherhithe.—Escellent Household Furniture, fine Painting (" Nebu chadnczzar Worshipping the Golden Image"), 800 ounces of PPite, Trinkets, choice Cellar of

Rotherhithe.—Escellent Household Furniture, fine Painting (" Nebu chadnczzar Worshipping the Golden Image"), 800 ounces of PPite, Trinkets, choice Cellar of

Wines, &c., the property of the late Captain Soper. MR. PRICE will SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY, Dec. 5, on the Premises, Paradise-street, Rotherhithe ' near the Europa Tavern, at Eleven pireisely,on account of the number of Lute, by order of the Execntors, all the EXCELLENT HOU
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Fashionable Millinery. MR. CAFE will SELL, at his Rooms, Great Marl - A. borough-street, on WEDKXSDAY, Dec. 4, at Eleven,

Fashionable Millinery. MR. CAFE will SELL, at his Rooms, Great Marl - A. borough-street, on WEDKXSDAY, Dec. 4, at Eleven,

the STOCK of a tirscrate MILLINEa (declining business), comprlsing silk and velvet bonnets, caps, pelerines, scarfs, capes, collars, ruff silk and other drosses, furs, &c.—May he viewed on Tuesday, and cat:" logues had.
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE DAVIS' STRAITS WHALE FISHERY.

THE DAVIS' STRAITS WHALE FISHERY.

ITHE, DAVIS' STRArTS WhIALE FISHERY. For the last several years the result of the Davis' Straits vhale fishaery hai been deplrable in the ex- treme. Again 3nd ng-ain have the sh ipq employed in that precarious trsle been fitted out nt nt enor- moui expense to t cir proprietors, a
November 30, 1839 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE—FRIDAY.

LAW INTELLIGENCE—FRIDAY.

LAW INTBLLI6]BNCBCRFRIDIX. COURT OF CHANCERY. I There were twelve original causes on his lordship's list I for this morning. Some of these were of no importance, and some strack out In consequence of the parties sot appearing. The whole of them were disposed of by eleven o'clock,
November 30, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
our right dared to that scence of tened unh neither lo abanre treated > spurned your dei) hopeless he abuses

our right dared to that scence of tened unh neither lo abanre treated > spurned your dei) hopeless he abuses

and your oblivion, us reiter- e walls of after day. grievotig the rights Universal n, a quesof sound our cause courts
November 30, 1839 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland