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TRUSSES.

TRUSSES.

- - --- AT H. COLWELL' s, No. 1, Southampton-street, Strand, may be had "Strong and Good Trusses" (for Labouring Men), at Cs. 6d. each; best ditto, as.; Salmon's Patent, se; best ditto 7,.; for Prelapsus and Umbilical Hernia, from 7s; hunting trusses, belts, lacing stockings, kn
September 29, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
THE BRITISH PLATE. (BEAUCIIAMP'S ORIGINAL.)

THE BRITISH PLATE. (BEAUCIIAMP'S ORIGINAL.)

THE BRITISH PLATE. (BEAUCIIAMP ' S ORIGINAL.) A NEW METALLIC DISCOVERY, calculated: entirely to supersede the toe of plated goods; and where risk is, or economy desirable, offering the BEST SUBSTITUTE FOR SILVER ever invented. The metal is of the same colour and texture throughou
September 29, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
MARYLEBONE.

MARYLEBONE.

TUE ANNOYANcg J unY.—Ou Tuesday, several gentlemen belonging to the Annoyance J ury 'a ttended at this office, accompanied by Mr. Flood, chief clerk of the Marylebone Court-house, and stated to Mr. Rawlinson, that, in the discharge of their duties, they had visited, in addition
September 29, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
CHARACTER OF THE WHIGS.

CHARACTER OF THE WHIGS.

Damn'd neuters, in their middleivay of steering, Are neither fish, nor flesh, nor good red herring; Nor male nor female they, nor this nor that, Nor bird nor beast, but just a kind of bat; A half-bred monster, true to neither c a use , With Tory wings, and Whiggish teeth and cla
February 17, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
MILITARY AND NAVAL SINECURE APPOINTMENTS.

MILITARY AND NAVAL SINECURE APPOINTMENTS.

_ Mr. flume brought forward his motion respecting. Military and Naval Sinecures. He alluded to the Parliamentary proceedings of 1810, and to the principle recognised by a Committee that economy in every branch of the public expenditure was an important duty, and that the utmost
February 17, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS. • We repeat that our columns are open to receive the complaints any individual ff persecuted or oppressed.

TO CORRESPONDENTS. • We repeat that our columns are open to receive the complaints any individual ff persecuted or oppressed.

We will not insert any communications having a tendency to hurt the feelings of any one undeservedly, far less those our . fiar country-women.
February 17, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF BARK. English Bark, per load of 45 cwt. 171 to 201. Foreign do. per ton Mimosa do. per

PRICES OF BARK. English Bark, per load of 45 cwt. 171 to 201. Foreign do. per ton Mimosa do. per

ton Volonia do. per ton
February 17, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
SOUTHALL, WEDNESDAY. There were 289 Beasts, 1773 Sheep, 46 Pigs, and 40 Calves at market.—Prices as follow, sinking the offal:

SOUTHALL, WEDNESDAY. There were 289 Beasts, 1773 Sheep, 46 Pigs, and 40 Calves at market.—Prices as follow, sinking the offal:

— Beef Mutton -ts Od 5s 4d Veal ss Od 5$ 10d Pork
February 17, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
Cure of the ill effects of Foul Air. New York, Aegnst £O, 1834.

Cure of the ill effects of Foul Air. New York, Aegnst £O, 1834.

Dr. 11. SIIEPHEARD MOAT. Dear Sir,—A few days ago, myself and others went to work in the custom-house wine cellar, which had been closed for months, and had been opened only one hour before. Immediately on entering, we felt a disagreeable sensation and sickness of the stomach, a
June 30, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
ANNIVERSARY OF THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS' SCHOOL. _

ANNIVERSARY OF THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS' SCHOOL. _

ANNIVERSARY THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS' SCHOOL. _ Thursday the friends, and patrons of' this instituti-Oa celebrated their twenty-seventh anniversary at the White Conduit Rouse Tavern. Seventeen hundreirset down to dinner, and upwards of one thousand three hundred spectators occupi
June 30, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England