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JVo. 13,099.

JVo. 13,099.

January 16, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

BETTING MANC 100 to T Sir Robort (taken A alt oflkrod) to 1 a» i test The Prior (offtml) to I Pagan 30 to 1 agat Hootoa TUESDAY. M to 1 aget What M to 1 ag«t Colling M to 1 gftt Reciprocity SO to I agtt Hwlingtoo. Only one bet made. l a*st Scott’s lot (off.) to to I agtt Colonel
January 24, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HIGH WATER LONDON TO-MOHUOW. M rning min. after Afternoon l(» min I

HIGH WATER LONDON TO-MOHUOW. M rning min. after Afternoon l(» min I

January 3, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WHOLESALE BUSINESS.

WHOLESALE BUSINESS.

l’’O be DISPOSED OF, at a very low price (in I. consequence of the Proprietors retiring), the LEASE of very desirable PREMISES in the City of London, wherein a WHOLESALE OIL TRADE has been carried on, together with the vats and all other appropriate Fixtures. A Town and Couniry
January 20, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OLOBK HOTEL, PLYMOUTH. IF the MARE left at this Hotel by Mr. W. H. BENSON, in June lut. be not

OLOBK HOTEL, PLYMOUTH. IF the MARE left at this Hotel by Mr. W. H. BENSON, in June lut. be not

taken away, and the *ipenws of ber keep mtd, within fourteen daya from the dale hereof, she will be Sold bj Aaciion. Jan, 19, 1844. League meeting, theatre royal COVENT-OARDEN. The FIRST MEETING for the PRESENT YEARof the NATIONAL ANTI.CORN-LAW LEAGUE, will held in the Theatre R
January 20, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

And entered upon at Map-day next, GENTEEL RESIDENCE, situate at Broom, within two miles of the City of Durham, containing Dining and Drawing Rooms, eight Bed Rooms, large Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Pantry, and Collar; together with STABLE and other OUT-OFMCES. large and productive G
January 26, 1844 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
HORRIBLE AFFAIR AT NEWCASTLE.

HORRIBLE AFFAIR AT NEWCASTLE.

One of those peculiar offences, indicating the unnatural obliquity or the revolting depravity which the propensities of onr common humanity occasionally assume, and the consideration of which excites sensations of ft most painful and humiliating description, namely, the perpetra
January 22, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GLIMPSES OF OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

GLIMPSES OF OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

(From the Times,) Two errors subjects connected with our foreign policy* but widely differing in importance, offer them* *.ebfpd lo our notice for correction. The first relates to the affairs of Greece. Two foreign newspapers, both generally well informed, state, that Lord Aberd
January 11, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL EDITION.

FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL EDITION.

Just published, in IR6O closely primed Imperial Octa?o Pages, price JWs., the (-omple'e POST OFFICE LONDON DIRECTOUY for 184 i. MAIN DIVISIONS THE WORK Official Direetory Street Directory Commercial Directory Trades’ Directory Law Directory Parliamentary Directory Court Director
January 4, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Extracts from the Even Rates for select lives. Age. I I 30 I I 1 | 7t»

Extracts from the Even Rates for select lives. Age. I I 30 I I 1 | 7t»

January 10, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England