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APPRENTICESHIP. IMPORTANT TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. PARENTS and GUADIANS wishing to apprentice their SONS or WARS to respectable and established

APPRENTICESHIP. IMPORTANT TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. PARENTS and GUADIANS wishing to apprentice their SONS or WARS to respectable and established

masters, in professions or trades in town or country, or principals of Establishments having vacancies /or highly respectable youths as apprentices, may, on application to the NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP INSTITUTION, No. 38, Red Lion-s Are, London, have their wishes directly accompl
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE. 10, Ludgate-hill. LOSS OF TEETH SUPPLIED, WITHOUT SPRINGS, CLASPS, or WIRES. LOOSE TEETH FASTENED, AND FILLING DECAYED TEETH

IMPORTANT NOTICE. 10, Ludgate-hill. LOSS OF TEETH SUPPLIED, WITHOUT SPRINGS, CLASPS, or WIRES. LOOSE TEETH FASTENED, AND FILLING DECAYED TEETH

WITH MINER.AL SUCCEDANEUM. Monsieur JAMES M. MALLAN, Surgeon-Dentist, No. 10, LUDGATE-HILL, opposite the Sauvage, continues to RESTORE DECAYED TEETH with his celebrated MINERAL SUCCEDANEUM, applied without PAIN, HEAT, or PRESSURE, which in a few seconds HARDENS iutoENAMEL,PREV E
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
STANDARD OF ENGLAND ASSURANCE COMPANY, 8, King William-street, City, and Regent-street, London. DIRECTORS. The Right llon. The EARL OF CAVAN.

STANDARD OF ENGLAND ASSURANCE COMPANY, 8, King William-street, City, and Regent-street, London. DIRECTORS. The Right llon. The EARL OF CAVAN.

William Cory, Esq. J. Cuthbert Joyner, Esq. William Davis, Esq. Henry Lawson, Esq. Lawrence Dorgan, Esq. .1. Barrett Lennard, Esq. William Gunston, Esq. W. J. Richardson, Esq. Major General Christopher Frederick T. West, Esq. llodgson, E.I.C. , George Whitehead, Esq. MUCH lower
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS. BEAUTIFULLY EMBELLISHED, In Weekly Numbers, price one Penny, and Monthly Parts, price Fourpence, CLARK'S ORIGINAL EDITION OF TALES

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

OF THE WARS; OR, NAVAL AND MILITARY CHRONICLE. THIS Popular and Established Work comes out in weekly nutnbers, at a surprisingly cheap rate, and embellished with an infinite variety" of neat and striking illustrations. It contains animating accounts of those various deeds of pro
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
GRIMSTONE most respectfully solicits the • attention of the nobility, gentry, and public, to make trial of his celebrated invention,

GRIMSTONE most respectfully solicits the • attention of the nobility, gentry, and public, to make trial of his celebrated invention,

pledging himself to the efficacy and certain relief to the sufferer. The reader will remember some of the greatest events have been accomplished by the most simple causes. This SNUFF removes diseases without irritating those delicate organs, by its action on the lachrymal sac or
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, Sept. S.—Marked in the Calendar "Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary ;" a solemn festival in the Romish chnrch.—William

SATURDAY, Sept. S.—Marked in the Calendar "Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary ;" a solemn festival in the Romish chnrch.—William

and Adelaide crowned, 1831.—High water: Morn., 25 min. after 4; Aftern., 42 min. after 4.
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Ziteraturt anb JThieartti.

Ziteraturt anb JThieartti.

Ziteraturt anb The Old Monthly. Sherwood and Co. Tan opinion we have formed of this veteran magazine from a perusal of the numbers which have appeared since Mr. Reynolds became the editor, are not changed by the one hundred ani fifty-fifth number which is now on our table. As a m
November 4, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
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January 20, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
No. 30.1

No. 30.1

January 20, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL MURDER" IN GLASGOW.

DREADFUL MURDER" IN GLASGOW.

We have seldom been called upon to record a more melancholy case of murder (perpetrated, we hope, for the in sanity) than of human nature, under the influence of than that which we have now to lay before our readers. It is the murder, by stabbing, of a girl, deaf and dumb, by th
January 20, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England