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TO THE LONDON GENERAL POLICE. OFFIC. E

TO THE LONDON GENERAL POLICE. OFFIC. E

TO THE LONDON GENERAL POLICE. OFFIC . E "At a time when all our compatriots are granted assistance by the Government of this country, we, the undersigned Polish refugees, being deprived by the council of the Literary Association of the pretended friends of Poland of all means of
November 11, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
HAY MARKETS.

HAY MARKETS.

There has beon only a moderato supply at our markets, and the trade rather dull for every thing. Straw lower than on this day eennight. £3 Sc to £5 12s; Clover, £3 53 to £6 Straw, £1 lls to £1 16s. __ REGENT'S PARE.--TIEY, ,E 3 55 to £5 15s ; Clover, £3 3s to £6 6s; Straw, £1 12
November 11, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE THAMES TUNNELS ENTRANCE near the Church at Rotherhithe, on the Surrey side of the River, is open to the

THE THAMES TUNNELS ENTRANCE near the Church at Rotherhithe, on the Surrey side of the River, is open to the

public every day (except Sunday), from Nine in the Morning until dark.—Admittance One Shilling each. Both Archways are brilliantly lighted with Gas, and the descent to them is by a new and more commodious Staircase. The Tunnel is now upwards of EIGHT HUNDRED AND TEN feet in leng
November 11, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Araniatir

Araniatir

urn MAJESTY'S THEATRE.—The opera of Le Nozze di Figaro was performed at this establishment on Saturday last, in the presence of the Queen, their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge, and a most numerous audience of tide and fashion. At t
August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
VaKittito=

VaKittito=

A KENTUCKY A MBASSADOR.—The " down-along-south " lads, who have wade such a bold "grab" on the Texas, have begun t 9 discover_ tliat what is got by the strong hand must be held by the clenched fist. The Mexicans and the Indians are both making inroads on them, and what was once
August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
T 0 the ADMIRERS of SPLENDID WORKS of ART. The exquisitely-beautiful PICTURES of CORREGIO—viz., " L'Esperance nourrissant PAmour," and the

T 0 the ADMIRERS of SPLENDID WORKS of ART. The exquisitely-beautiful PICTURES of CORREGIO—viz., " L'Esperance nourrissant PAmour," and the

charming Modena Allegory " L'Ecole d'Amour," will be ON VIEW (for a short period) at the Gallery, 211, St. James's-street. Open from Nine till dusk. Admittance, One Shilling.
August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
w - ANTED to Purchase, a FREEHOLD or COPY. itoLo ESTATE, in or near London, as an Investment, to the

w - ANTED to Purchase, a FREEHOLD or COPY. itoLo ESTATE, in or near London, as an Investment, to the

extent of £15,000, or long Leaseholds, in good situations, in various smaller stuns. Apply personally, or by letter, post paid, between 11 aud 4 o'clock, to Mr. DITCHMAN, Estate and House Agent, 17, Crosby Chambers, Bishopsgate-s trect.
August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
SCROFULA and SCORBUTIC AFFECTIONS. WRAI"S ALTERATIVE TONIC POWDERS and PILLS, a !'i*taiii specific for the removal of scrofula, glandular, and

SCROFULA and SCORBUTIC AFFECTIONS. WRAI"S ALTERATIVE TONIC POWDERS and PILLS, a !'i*taiii specific for the removal of scrofula, glandular, and

scorbutic affections, secondary symptoms, eruptions of the skin, pains in the bones, "'fended sore throat, chronic rheumatism, local general debility, loss ° I . appetite, depression of spirits, and all diseases arising from an impure Mate of the blood. Persons in the habit of t
August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
TIIE NEW BEER TRADE.

TIIE NEW BEER TRADE.

SHERIFF'S COURT, RED LION SQUARE—THURSDAY. [Before J. BURCHELL, Esq.] . Pink v. Dixon. The plaintiff in this case is a brewer in Finsbury, and the defendant is a beer-shopkeeper at Shoreditch. Mr. C. Jones, in stating the case observed, that the defendant had pleaded that the al
December 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
013551.1).

013551.1).

On Wednesday, while Capt. Arthur Williams, of the Lancers, was hunting with the hounds of the Marquis of Hastings, in leaping a brook, he was thrown from his horse and unfortunately broke one of his legs. In consequence of the late sudden transitions in the weather pulmonary and
December 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England