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NOTICE THE RED HOUSE, CITY ROAD. %ATM. POVEY, IMPROVED TRUSS . AND V BANDAGE MAKER,It, Strand, is removed to No.

NOTICE THE RED HOUSE, CITY ROAD. %ATM. POVEY, IMPROVED TRUSS . AND V BANDAGE MAKER,It, Strand, is removed to No.

18, Commercial Place, City Road, Finsbury-square, where the Afflicted with the most dangerous of HERNIA or RUPTURE may be fitted with a good s.ervicableTßUSS, adapted to their case, at low price. Charitably, disposed Persons paying one guinea, may have Orders tha t w ill admit o
July 3, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
WORSHIP STREET.-YESTERDAY.

WORSHIP STREET.-YESTERDAY.

TRE AUDACIOUS INFORMER AND RIS ABSENT WlTNlCSS.—Yelterday • Mr. Stafford, solicitor to Mr. Horne of the Golden Cross, Charing Cross-yard, appeared before Mr. Osborne,. in answer to an information laid against Mr. Horne, by a person named Hale. .At the first hearing of the ease y
May 8, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE.

MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE.

(From the Liverpool Courier of Wednesday last.) On Friday evening last, about six o'clock, a young gentlenian, who resided in St. Anne-street, left his lodgings, as was his frequent habit, to take a ride after dinner. Being an exceedingly regular young man, his not returning hom
May 8, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
IJ • OWTELUS ORIGINAL BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, 49, SKINNER STREET, directly opposite lintborn Hill. Established Twelve Years. • Prices:

IJ • OWTELUS ORIGINAL BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, 49, SKINNER STREET, directly opposite lintborn Hill. Established Twelve Years. • Prices:

Ladies' Denmark Boots, from 4s. 61.; Ditto, ditto, double soles ss. ; Ditto, Slippers, 3s. 61.; Real Kid ditto, 44.',; Mock ditto, ditto. ; Prime Walking Shoes, 45.; Silk, Satin, eze. from as.; Children's 'Boots and Shoes, from Is. Gentlemen's Jockey Boots, 11. 10;.; Hessian dit
May 8, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
M. OUR,NIN—DR. WINN'S TRUE ANTICAIt- MUM Paris Black Or Blue Reviver, which .is so mach esteemetfor its excellent qualities`and superiority

M. OUR,NIN—DR. WINN'S TRUE ANTICAIt- MUM Paris Black Or Blue Reviver, which .is so mach esteemetfor its excellent qualities`and superiority

over all other Cempositions Mai have been offered to the Public. Ril . has the Nyo Kul effect of rt , stor in a few minctes, every description ol Lathe and Gehtlen ' 'fen'g Mourning, Black Hats and Coats, Silk Wockin4 ,Crape, La's, Sil lins, Cotton, Jean Boots &c. without injuri
May 8, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
-SPORTING IN TELLIGENCE.

-SPORTING IN TELLIGENCE.

- SPORTING IN TELLIGENCE. The meeting at-Tattersall's on Thursday ,vias not very numerous. There were various reports afloat relative to, tt)e condition of some of the first favourites for the SL Leger, but (e who welt know the mancenvres of the Legs 'and their Cortes- Pondereti
June 12, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
BE WARE OF I M POSITION !! !

BE WARE OF I M POSITION !! !

FREQUENT ATTEMPTS 61 Mr..(Sidtey Job) Van Mitchell. a Pawnbroker's Apprentice in 1338, a Banker's Clerk in August, 1819, tb pass Poe- an Assistant of the-late Martin Van Buechel', who died in 1814, compels the Eldest Son, sole Executor and Successor, EDWIN MARTIN' VAN MITCHELL,
June 12, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

Sir F. Burdett moved, Inat there be laid before the Home, the evidence tali, a .I , efere the Cominission of Inquiry into the abuses of :he Court of Chancery. Mr. Seeretctry Peel opposed., the notion on the e round of the imperfect state of the of the Committee, tihi, t mild be
June 12, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
V.(111 fr4Of AND ZZlit rGiobt,

V.(111 fr4Of AND ZZlit rGiobt,

fr4Of AND ZZlit rGiobt, rince oirt, iisalty . ot 6 ongly '11,425 - tiny, met- ity is i-- k b gen-1:31113, aól Tans- Mr. d his ; same 8.11:5 LONDON: SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 1825. .ii. By a merchant vessel arrived from the Havanna, htlers from Vera Cruz are received to the sth of April. '
June 12, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
SUMMER CIRCUITS.

SUMMER CIRCUITS.

The Judges chose their respective Summer Circuits, on Thurs day as follow NortroLx—Lord Chief Justice Abbott and Lord Chief Baron. HOME.--Lord Chief Justice Best and Mr. Baron Graham. NORTNERN—Mr. Justice Bayley and Mr. Baron Bullock. M /DILA ND--Mr. Justice Park and Mr. Justice
June 12, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England