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GARDENERS' UNIVERSAL INSTITUTE.

GARDENERS' UNIVERSAL INSTITUTE.

At the Gardeners' Arms, Chelsea, Feb. 10, 1841, a very numerous and respectable body of Master Gardeners sat down to an excellent dinner, provided for them by the worthy host and hostess, for the purpose of taking into their consideration the establishing a Branch Institute for
February 20, 1841 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
rp &E. BROWN'S SELECT LIST OF SHOW T • DAHLIAS FOR 1841. The annere4 award of prizes obtained by them

rp &E. BROWN'S SELECT LIST OF SHOW T • DAHLIAS FOR 1841. The annere4 award of prizes obtained by them

at the principal open Shows during the last season will be a sufficient guarantee that they ire , all Show Flowers. Aug. 28 Salisbury Plain . Ist Prize . 36 Blooras• f f f • • Ist „ .24 „ Sept. 2 Caine . • • - Ist „ .48 „ • „ B Wallingford Stewards' Prize „ 11 Cambridge . . . Is
February 20, 1841 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON GAZETTE.

THE LONDON GAZETTE.

TUESDAY, DEC. 10. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, DEC. 7,1839. Corps of Royal Engineers—Second Capt. William Gregory, to be Capt., vice Jones, placed on Seconded List; First bent. John Walpole, to be Second Capt., Vice Gregory ; Second Lieut. George Archibald Leach, to be First Lieut., vice
December 14, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
PECTORAL COUGH LOZENGES..

PECTORAL COUGH LOZENGES..

Patronised by his Matesty the King of Prussia and recommended by some ot the most eminent Medi cal Men. THE PROPRIETOR having received communications from many respectable persons of the success of these Lozenges again reminds those who are suffering from Asthmatic, Consumptive
December 14, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
BOOKBINDING, WITH THE PATENT CAOUTCHOUC BACK.

BOOKBINDING, WITH THE PATENT CAOUTCHOUC BACK.

THIS method of Binding furnishes an everlasting hinge to every part of tbe leaf of the Book. It is the most perfect improvement ever made in Bookbinding. The Book, when laid on the desk or table, opens perfectly flat, without strain or resistance, no paste, glue, or thread, bein
December 14, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
MR. GLENNI'S ADDRESS.

MR. GLENNI'S ADDRESS.

We commence the year with a New Series of the "Gardeners' Gazette," and great as the task may be to compete with the contemporaries around us, we look with much more concern on our past labours, seeing that among other resolutions we have determined to beat ourselves. We look ba
February 6, 1841 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
(Continued from page 514.)

(Continued from page 514.)

Time pursued his career; twenty years had completed their revolution; and William de Flavy carried to the highest pitch the tyranny that warriors then fancied they were privileged to exercise over countries under their protection. exceeded all the rest , for his insatiable debau
November 9, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
THE TOURNAMENT AT IRVINE, AND GRAND BALL.

THE TOURNAMENT AT IRVINE, AND GRAND BALL.

The grand ball took place in the spacious and elegant pavilion. The attendance was numerous, about two hundred and fifty ladies and gentlemen being present. A considerable proportion of the company appeared in fancy dresses, many of these being of the most costly and unique desc
November 9, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
Obititarg.

Obititarg.

DEATH OF LORD GEORGE BERESFORD.—His lordship expired on Saturday week at the Palace at Armagh, in the fifty-ninth year of his age. Lord George Thomas Beresford was brother to the late, and uncle to the present, Marquis of Waterford, and brother also to his Grace the Lord Primate
November 9, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
THE GARDEN.

THE GARDEN.

Tulip growers must recollect that people begin to plant their blooming bulbs, and that if they want any particular sorts they must be quick in their application. All offsets should be in the ground now, and the main beds had better not be delayed. The Dahlia growers have been pu
November 9, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England