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Copy of a Letter Herbert Mayo, Esq., F. B. S., Senior to Middlesex Hospital, and Professor of Anatomy and Pathology,

Copy of a Letter Herbert Mayo, Esq., F. B. S., Senior to Middlesex Hospital, and Professor of Anatomy and Pathology,

King's College, London, 4-0. 4.e. To Thomas Holloway, Esq. 111,-Will you excuse this informal answer? The ointment which you sent me has been of use in ALL the cases in which I have tried it; send me, if you please, some more in a few days' time; I have enough for the present. Y
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
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tittraturt anb Atm a to,

tittraturt anb a to, Edward and Morcar. A Tragedy. London: John Miller, Henrietta street, Covent Garden. THE author of the play beforeus has evidently taken a flight beyond the power of his unpractised wing. A five act drama is a perilous attempt, and we must not be surprised whe
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
MURDER OF THE HEIR APPARENT TO THE BURMESE THRONE.

MURDER OF THE HEIR APPARENT TO THE BURMESE THRONE.

Accounts from the Burmese empire state that the second act of Tharrawadie's usurpation was the executing the heir apparent to the throne with twenty-three of his followers, including three females. The charge against the young prince was his supposed pre,dilection towards the En
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
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SATURDAY. GUILDHALL. John Tatum, a mechanic, was charged with stealing a parcel containing some linen, value It., on Thursday evening, Emma Andrews, of Carlisle-place, Marsh-gate, stated that about half-past eight o'clock, immediately after crossing from Farringdon-street to Brid
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS. BEAUTIFULLY EMBELLISHED, In Weekly Numbers, price one Penny, and Monthly Parts, price rourpence, CLARK'S ORIGINAL EDITION OP TALES

CHEAP PUBLICATIONS. BEAUTIFULLY EMBELLISHED, In Weekly Numbers, price one Penny, and Monthly Parts, price rourpence, CLARK'S ORIGINAL EDITION OP TALES

OF THE WARS; OR, NAVAL AND MILITARY CHRONICLE. THIS Popular and Established Work comes out in weekly numbers, at a surprisingly cheap rate, and embellished with an "infinite variety" of neat and strildng illustrations. It contains animating accounts of those various deeds of pro
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE CROWN

THE CROWN

now about to set on foot an institution, from the results of which it could be said, that no man connected witk the trade, if he was honest, could ever want. (Much applause.) In conclusion, he trusted that the fruits of the present meeting would be, that no young man should want
October 28, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
in the assistants within their establishments to the latest hours. The doctrine, for myself, I totally repudiate. We all know

in the assistants within their establishments to the latest hours. The doctrine, for myself, I totally repudiate. We all know

that the exception is not the rule. Is it because some men abuse the privilege, we are therefore justified in withholding the good from the many ? I am much more disposed to hope the best results from a reasonable relaxation of labour; and without rest for the body you cannot ex
October 28, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
• A SSISTANT DRAPERS' MEETING for the A. District of the City-mad, Fore-street, Finsbury, Chiswell-street and Pitfleld-street. Held at the

• A SSISTANT DRAPERS' MEETING for the A. District of the City-mad, Fore-street, Finsbury, Chiswell-street and Pitfleld-street. Held at the

Fountain Tavern, City-road. Mr. DESBOROUGH (of the firm of Bailey and Miler, of St. Paul's Churchyard) in the CHAIR. • Mr. HARRISON (Cato and Wood), R.-solved-1. That this Meeting adopt the Regulations as agreed to by the Delegates at the Crown and Anchor Tavern. Resolved-2. Tha
October 28, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
. . Greatest Literary Novelty of the Day. ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3, will appear, to he continued Weekly, No. I.

. . Greatest Literary Novelty of the Day. ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3, will appear, to he continued Weekly, No. I.

of the PICTORIAL MIRROR, PRICE TWOPENCE, WITII NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS. Forming the choicest and most interesting epitome of Illustrated Literature ever produced. W. M. CLARK, 17, Warwick-lane, Paternoster-row; A. 310, Strand; and all Booksellers and Newsmen.
October 28, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.—We have news of a telegraphic dispatch of the 23rd inst. from Toulon, conveying a bullitin f r

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.—We have news of a telegraphic dispatch of the 23rd inst. from Toulon, conveying a bullitin f r

o m M ars h a l V a l ee (G overnor o f th e French possessions in Northern Africa), to the Minister of War, dated the 11th, from the Fort of France. The Marshal reports that the establishment formed by the French army in the bay of Stora is advancing rapidly, that a part of the
October 28, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England