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THE EARL OF ALDBOROUOH CURED BY HOLLOWAYS PILLS.

THE EARL OF ALDBOROUOH CURED BY HOLLOWAYS PILLS.

THE EARL OF CURED BY HOLLOWAYS PILLS. THE EARL OE ALDBORODUH CURED OF A LIVER AND STOMACH COMPLAINT. Extract of. t«utr from ih. B.ri of am. baraoik, dated Villa Metuoa, Lechoro, flu Fcbruaij, IMA 7*o Pnfruor Hatliyuay. S» .--FafiD»M vrnenttd the peetihility •/ my thanking you bef
August 5, 1845 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
O. J£. WYTHEN BAXTER.

O. J£. WYTHEN BAXTER.

or ASTHMA AM» SHOSTMBM BBSATH. Estr«ci«l LatUr if*« iba Rev. Uavid tViliu«a. Ke.idcot Wtalayaa Mioiaier at lalaa Aaclaaca. Wales. January 14m. 1846. Ta Profeuor HolUway. Sir,—"Du Pill, which I reautittd yuu to utd mt wro far foor mom of the nomt «/ Hugh Davj. who. before took th
August 5, 1845 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
BLACK LEAD PENCIL MILL. TO LET.

BLACK LEAD PENCIL MILL. TO LET.

LET, PRIVATE TREATY, with X Possession on the Mth of November next, All that commodious PENCIL MILL. FURNACE HOUSE, Ac. Ac., now the Occupation Bank*, Foster, and Cn.. situate the Banks of the River Greta, near to the Bridge, at the lower End of Keswick. Application to be made t
August 5, 1845 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
enjoy a life in consonance with their dispouitmn. and it may happy one. Ascending the river, there ifcon the left

enjoy a life in consonance with their dispouitmn. and it may happy one. Ascending the river, there ifcon the left

tifleation which goes the name Fort Jackson.” This raised earthen embankment, of semicircular form, with a and drawbridge. know not, nor do I care to know, what its I comparative strength is. whether that was ever tried ; but this much know, that the beauty the situation—the nea
August 5, 1845 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
MERCANTILE AGENCY.

MERCANTILE AGENCY.

THE Business here which was conducted by the late Mr Jamrs Nkwtow, and the under the Arm of JAMES NEWTON <fe CO., will STILL BE CARRIED the same Branches, and under the same name, his Family hoinjj interested it. The Friends who intrusted them with their Commissions are respectf
August 5, 1845 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
TO LET, ENTRY IMMEDIATELY, fTNIIE HOUSE situated in Crawfurd Streef, Glehe, pro*. sent It occupied the family of the late

TO LET, ENTRY IMMEDIATELY, fTNIIE HOUSE situated in Crawfurd Streef, Glehe, pro*. sent It occupied the family of the late

Mr. Anderson of the Customs, consisting of Dining-Room. Drawing-Room. Library, four Bed-Rooms. besides Attics, with Bath room, Kitchen, Scullery, Servants* Room, Washing-house, Green, and other conveniences. Also, A TWO-STALLED STABLE and COACH-HOUSE. Apply Alexander Lano. "O. H
August 5, 1845 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.

regard the work before us. The Silent Friend, as a work embracing most clear and practical views of series of complaints hitherto little understood, and passed over by the majority of the Medical profession, for what reason are at loss to know. must however confess that a perusa
August 5, 1845 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
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August 5, 1845 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
BOROi r.ll . __ -T.ccrs JOSEPH JOHN KEUS.VCo which ihouW »" '""'U;, F.iuch Hriuulv> th. . .ijc ot H.illMiil •

BOROi r.ll . __ -T.ccrs JOSEPH JOHN KEUS.VCo which ihouW »" '""'U;, F.iuch Hriuulv> th. . .ijc ot H.illMiil •

rt((h assurance, that II,.« it 111 Ir.nn British Utain. amt t ftt-t-**-!. rtssnnr. the Hist in u ,sJ have b-vn vatvlully is ’""Slid IN DIl-UTINti IT IS KEotTKEI) anti It «»•'t* *««»'<» hcatinn the 0' ",,, more adapted to the constitution, than 57.:;,w *. Hum l itorri.Kit the j j
August 5, 1845 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
NINE LIVES.

NINE LIVES.

DREADFUL EXPLOSION-LOSS OF TWENTY- An explosion of fire-damp, by which twenly-nine human beings lost their lives, took place on Saturday last, at a oollitry belonging to Mr. Thomas Powell, situated at Crombach, about three miles distant from the village of Aberdare, and six from
August 5, 1845 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England