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BRIGHTON GAZETTE—THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1853.

BRIGHTON GAZETTE—THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1853.

will join gwUrajo ta tha txpmM priatlof aod drcahtioc ia too town of BHihtoo tboaund or man oopio* of It. Sir, Yoor obedient eemat, ARTHUR W. WOODS. Brighton, April 4,1853. u ruaiTiait?” It to ** utterly njeet lad the principle Proteoten tiam hereay, with all its forma, secta, o
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
COMMON SENSE ON COMMON SUBJECTS

COMMON SENSE ON COMMON SUBJECTS

A popular GUIDE TO HEALTH, addressed to THE YOUNG, THE OLD, THE GRAVE, THB GAT. By Physician, acknowledged be tbe moat laccenfol Practitioner of the Day. (, Tbis little volume admirably adapted to enli|bten the public mind in apecica of knowledge in which every individual, wheth
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
BRIGHTON GAZETTE—THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1853.

BRIGHTON GAZETTE—THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1853.

DENT’S PATENT CHRONOMETERS. WATCHES AND CLOCKS.—K J. DENT ton loom to Inform tooPnkUe that boon AWARDED tboJury too Gnat BibibMon of I*9l, too ONLY COUNCIL MEDAL (tna to Honlon to ton Batliak cxblbiton; alao Priao Modal for bio Patont Compoaai and boo Jaot recoired, bp ordar of
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
'T'HE OLD-FASHIONED DRY' PORT, 54». A per dozen.—The rename qnalitie* of pore and folly fermented Port Wine art drynee*. aetrinfency,

'T'HE OLD-FASHIONED DRY' PORT, 54». A per dozen.—The rename qnalitie* of pore and folly fermented Port Wine art drynee*. aetrinfency,

fraitineaa, ana good coloor. with boaqaet.—HEDGES and BUTLER have now several bins of the above restored wine, about twelve years old, fit for immediate ose.and think It well worthy the notice of conooissieora. Their Gordon’s golden and pale Sherries, at 905., 86*., and 435. per
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
MISS TRUMPBR

MISS TRUMPBR

Most respectfully infoms tbe Nobility .and Gentry Brighton and its vicinity that she has succeeded Mrs J. Baldey the Dressmaking and Mantle business, and begs to assure those Ladies who may honour her with their favours that it will ber most earnest desire to execute alt orders
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
Established 18 St, F. GLADING, WATCH k CLOCK MAKER, SILVERSMITH, JEWELLER, AND ENGRAVER. No. 47, Kiao’s Road, BmaHTON, JJEGS to

Established 18 St, F. GLADING, WATCH k CLOCK MAKER, SILVERSMITH, JEWELLER, AND ENGRAVER. No. 47, Kiao’s Road, BmaHTON, JJEGS to

inform the Public that he con- AJ atantly on hand new aad wlect aiinitminl Clocks. China Vaaaa, Figure* of lb. «Nt quality, aad reeb price* at mast (in aarisfactiOß. F. O. baa oa baad a large aswrtmeot of Bagllah and Geneva Watches superior wcekmeaabip, la gold, from ID*, to M7O
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
DANCING CALISTHENIC EXERCISES.—Mrs EDWIN EVANS (lata Miss L. Giroux) begs inform the Nobility and Gentry of Brighton that the will

DANCING CALISTHENIC EXERCISES.—Mrs EDWIN EVANS (lata Miss L. Giroux) begs inform the Nobility and Gentry of Brighton that the will

RE-OPEN HER ACADEMIES for the eeeeon Tuesday, October Sth, ber residence', 63, Western Road. Tbs Scotch Rcela danced at Her Majesty*a Balls. Schools attended twice week.
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
Theatre royal. Brighton. Bole Uooee, Mr Hikot Paaaair. THIS RYE NINO (Tbandoy, April 7), for the JOINT BBNRPIT OP MBSDAMRB

Theatre royal. Brighton. Bole Uooee, Mr Hikot Paaaair. THIS RYE NINO (Tbandoy, April 7), for the JOINT BBNRPIT OP MBSDAMRB

CONNOR, RAWUNOI, AND ADAMS. Ttaoatortaioßntewillconaaoeo with Ita dnonof ABELARD AND HELOISE. Abalard. Mr B. P. Oorilloi MortnlHon, Mr H. Nyoi HeWac, Mho Onaori Aoiootta Min Mott BUI. To ta Mlewod BOX AND COX MARRIED AND SETTLED. Box, Mr H. On, Mr Allen. TO CDDdada with MICHAEL
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
ROYAL PAVILION, BRIGHTON. —Bw praWM Uoat-Cotoaol Lkuumoo, ■andieoHor ITU Laocon, THE BAND of Se RMnnwr la tko MUn KotM ITBRT

ROYAL PAVILION, BRIGHTON. —Bw praWM Uoat-Cotoaol Lkuumoo, ■andieoHor ITU Laocon, THE BAND of Se RMnnwr la tko MUn KotM ITBRT

TOttOir ItoaTkcoo Flfo o'clock. AteMoa bp TkMi (M. OMtk bo obUlaod at tbo door*.
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
BRIGHTON. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, IBM. We hare often been aaaurad that the var at the Capa at end, and then

BRIGHTON. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, IBM. We hare often been aaaurad that the var at the Capa at end, and then

by the next mail hare received intaUigeoceof tome diaaatnna reyeraa anatained by onr troope, or heavy lota indicted on the unhappy colon lata, that wa can hardly believe anything ao agreeable the nova that peace la actually re-eatabllehed. Thia time, hovever, are told that it it
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England