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October 24, 1834 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
Prict 7d the tryops a communication in all respects so honourable to them. I have the honour to be, &c.

Prict 7d the tryops a communication in all respects so honourable to them. I have the honour to be, &c.

(Signed) JOHN M A CDONA LD, Adjutant-General." " The Field Officer in Waiting of the Brigade of Guards." (COPT.) " Whitehall, Oct. '2l, 1834. "Mv Loan—His Majesty having taken into his cotrideration the various reports Which have been made to him on the subject of the late calam
October 24, 1834 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
AIUNICIPA 1, INQUISIPIU.V.—(Tins DAY.)

AIUNICIPA 1, INQUISIPIU.V.—(Tins DAY.)

The Commissioners resumerrtlieksittings this morning, in the old Exchequer Chamber, Guildhall. The following Companies had been summoned to 'attend this day : Before Sir F. Palgrave—Founders, Innholders, Fruiterers and Gardeners. Mr. Jardine—Tobacco.pipemakers, Cordwainers, Glov
October 24, 1834 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
– CURE OF INDIGESTION, AND RHEUMATIC AFFECTION OF THE ARM.

– CURE OF INDIGESTION, AND RHEUMATIC AFFECTION OF THE ARM.

- CURE OF INDIGESTION, AND RHEUMA TIC AFFECTION OF THE ARM. To Mr. Gregory. Archer's-street, Kilkenny, Dec. 19, 183 3 ' Sir—l should not do justice to you or my own feelino were I not to thank you for having received, through the means of your very valuable medicine, the greatest
October 24, 1834 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
THE kEOINTEATIOV.

THE kEOINTEATIOV.

(From Blackwood's Magazine for July.) We speak from pretty extensive experience in these matters, and we can es.ure our readers in every part of the empire that it is of infinitely greater importance to make an effort in theßegistrationCourts than in canvassing or bringing up vo
July 1, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
SPEECH OF THE REV. H. MELVILLE.

SPEECH OF THE REV. H. MELVILLE.

The following is a more full and accurate report than has yet appeared of the speech of the Rev. H. Melville, delivered at the meeting held at Freemasons' Hall on Thursday last, which produced a most powerful effect upon the assembly:— It cannot be necessary, after the affecting
December 8, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
CERT IFICATES.-3 uLir ..)1.

CERT IFICATES.-3 uLir ..)1.

CERT IFICATES.-3 uLir G. Pell, Bu s it - OCI - iii . IVO - til,NOr - tbari - iptonshire victualler— M. Morris, South Shields, shipowner—D. T. M`Carthy, Bristol, stationer—lL Shirley, Blackfriars-road, dealer in earthenware—T. Gardiner, Hunter-street, Southwark, currier—G. Houghto
July 1, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
Annum.— W illiam-street, Regent's Park.— CAFE (by order of the Executors), at Garrawars, on FRI. fw ß e y nt

Annum.— W illiam-street, Regent's Park.— CAFE (by order of the Executors), at Garrawars, on FRI. fw ß e y nt

m y - r e . ig per DAY, July 17, at Twelve o'Clock, ALEASEHOLD HOUSE, No. 11, on th e south side of William-street, Regent's Park, let to Mr. Pratten, a yearly tenant, at per annum 35/., held for a term of 981 years from Michaelmas, 1824, at a ground rent of 7/ per annum. May be
July 1, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
Captain Marryat's New Work.—Nearly ready, in 3 vols. post !Ivo., JAPHE'r IN SEARCH OF A FATHER. Ey the Author of

Captain Marryat's New Work.—Nearly ready, in 3 vols. post !Ivo., JAPHE'r IN SEARCH OF A FATHER. Ey the Author of

"Peter Simple," " Tales of a Paella," A7c. Saunders and Otley, Conduit-street, Hanover-square.
December 8, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
El)r .atilton4.

El)r .atilton4.

.atilton4. AND BRITISH TRAVELLER. _MONDAY EVENING, DACENIBER 21. The honest country peo - ple of Northamptonshire have struck a home blow. The Whig-Radical Administration is reeling from its effects. That Administration may stagger on for a little while,but itcannot do so long. D
December 21, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England