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lonbon Matto. Fr Thursday, December M, to S.l day, Dtcoub.t 3D. Vicence.—Para, Tlriersch,y.—By papers put remired we find that the

lonbon Matto. Fr Thursday, December M, to S.l day, Dtcoub.t 3D. Vicence.—Para, Tlriersch,y.—By papers put remired we find that the

Dew Pres:deot has already begun to espeekwiee the difficulties of olive. The chief ~ diute which berg doers the republic was its increase of tesati• n. The minister, of Louie Napoleon are Jblig,l to came forward with a deuced for the maintenance of tide taxation, and of salt Ast
January 1, 1849 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
APPLROATH'S NEW PRINTING MACHINE.

APPLROATH'S NEW PRINTING MACHINE.

We find published in the Times of Friday last, a deecriptlia of an improvement in tlii•ir printing machinery. effected by the Pere- , erillfr ingenuity of Mr. Applegatb, of Dartford, the gentleman to whom the Times were Indebted for their twos, Printing applifitur We can do no m
January 1, 1849 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE RETROSPECT

THE RETROSPECT

We canna cross the threshold of the year, just beginning to run its appointed course, without taking a brief retrospective view of some of the leading events, which characterised the last annual revolution of time. In doing so, we find the annals of that short period so crowded
January 1, 1849 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
EDUCATION, at Manor House, Kirkby Stephen, Westmoreland.—YOUTH are Boarded, Clothed, provided with Books, and educated by Mr. TWYCROSS, either for

EDUCATION, at Manor House, Kirkby Stephen, Westmoreland.—YOUTH are Boarded, Clothed, provided with Books, and educated by Mr. TWYCROSS, either for

Professions or Trade, 20/. per annum. There are no Extras, nor Vacations. Respectable references can be given to Parents and Guardians in London, Liverpool, Manchester, Kendal, and other places. Prospectuses may he had Peele’s Coffee house, Fleet-sfre-.t, where Mr. T. may seen d
January 1, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SURREY MUSIC-HALL, Southwark Bridgeroad. Borough.—Proprietor, Mr. U. PREECE.—UNRIVALLED ATTRACTlON.—Engagement of Mr. D. Vining, the characteristic delineator of Yorkshire eccentricities. The

SURREY MUSIC-HALL, Southwark Bridgeroad. Borough.—Proprietor, Mr. U. PREECE.—UNRIVALLED ATTRACTlON.—Engagement of Mr. D. Vining, the characteristic delineator of Yorkshire eccentricities. The

admired Scottish vocalist, Mrs. Stephens. Continued engagement of Messrs. Sullivan and Millicent, the black musician nd the renowned dancer. laughable Entertainment, in which La Petite Palserini will appear The African Family, and Mr W. \V«rde, the celebrated writer and singer o
January 1, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 

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BAKER’S SHOP and BUSINESS, well situate, and doing a good ready-money trade, besides considerable run in small goods and bakings,

BAKER’S SHOP and BUSINESS, well situate, and doing a good ready-money trade, besides considerable run in small goods and bakings,

and free from any opposition. The premises are held on lease” a low rental, and very convenient, with well-fitted-up shop and parlour, kitchen, flour loft, detached bakehouse with 10-bushel oven, shed, and two bedrooms. Satisfactory reasons for leaving, and only wants inspection
January 1, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TO BOOT aud SHOEMAKERS.—A Capital ready money and bespoke BUSINESS, returning full 30/. weekly, aud situate in a main thoroughfare,

TO BOOT aud SHOEMAKERS.—A Capital ready money and bespoke BUSINESS, returning full 30/. weekly, aud situate in a main thoroughfare,

leading to and from the City—held on lease for about 16 years unexpired, at a very moderate rent, the whole of which could be let off. The decease of the proprietor is the sole cause of its being parted with—goingin only about 70/. For cards to view apply W. Cole, Business Negot
January 1, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SHUT-UP BAKER’S SHOP, to be LET, situate in the centre a crowded neighbourhood, the east end town, where any spirited

SHUT-UP BAKER’S SHOP, to be LET, situate in the centre a crowded neighbourhood, the east end town, where any spirited

party, who would attend well to business, may do on excellent counter trade. The premises are partly fitted up, have bakehouse all conveniences—held at the low rent of 3*7. per annum. The amount required for going-in, including the fixtures, is only 25/. Cards to view of Cole, H
January 1, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BUSINESSES WANTED in every Line, and BUSINESSES to DISPOSED every description.— Mr. PATCHING, of 35, Cranbourn-gtreet, Leicester-square, has constant demand

BUSINESSES WANTED in every Line, and BUSINESSES to DISPOSED every description.— Mr. PATCHING, of 35, Cranbourn-gtreet, Leicester-square, has constant demand

for Coffee and Chop-houses, Public and Beerhouses, General Dealers’, Milk-walks, Tobacconists’, Grocers’, every other description of trade. Parties wishing dispose of any business should apply to Mr. Patching without delay. Persons seeking businesses may always secure good and g
January 1, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

WINDSOR SATURDAY Sliorlly alter three o'clock on Saturday , Mr ' The Queen and Prince Albert an eaily walk this deceased branches of the Royal Family walked the Park of Parliament., obtained conriderable Lord John Russell and the Earl of Liverpool left the * from aandidate in th
January 1, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England