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QTEEL PENS—The -Finest-61. per dozen. JAMES TIDMARSIIS Steel Pens, may be had of al respectable stationers, &c. at 6d. per

QTEEL PENS—The -Finest-61. per dozen. JAMES TIDMARSIIS Steel Pens, may be had of al respectable stationers, &c. at 6d. per

dozen, and (wholesalfonly); at 13, Eyre Street Hill, London. The bare inspection of these pens will instantly any persou that pens cannot be made to excel them, and they are about one-fourth the usual price of best pens. N.B. Each pen is stamped" James Tidmarsh . London." MERCHA
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
r B RAZILIAN PE,BBLES of th e fi nes t qua lit y , free from veins, and ground and

r B RAZILIAN PE,BBLES of th e fi nes t qua lit y , free from veins, and ground and

polished with the greatest care, by
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
.„ AWARM BATH FOR THREE-PENCE, L Containing 50 gallons of water may he bad ready for use in 20 minutes

.„ AWARM BATH FOR THREE-PENCE, L Containing 50 gallons of water may he bad ready for use in 20 minutes

by purchasing BA RLOWS IMPROVED SELF-HEATING BATHS. The public are respectfully invited to inspect J. Barlow's Manufactory for Warm, Colt!, and Improved Shower Baths, where may be seen net only the Largest but the Cheapest Stock in London. Also his' justly , celebrated Antique B
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
BRILLIANT . PIER AND CHIMNEY GLASSES, &c. FAMILIES about to Furnish will find many advantages at HENRY L. COOPER'S MANUFAC,

BRILLIANT . PIER AND CHIMNEY GLASSES, &c. FAMILIES about to Furnish will find many advantages at HENRY L. COOPER'S MANUFAC,

TORY for Upholstery, Carpeting, Chairs, Cabinet Work d Looking Glasses, in design, quality, and price -93, Bishopsgate-street Within, and 57, Conduit-street, nine doors from Regent-street, left-hand side. Annexed are the Plices of. current sizes of Plate Glass, for Sashes, &c. I
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
CA NDLES.---Store Dips, Five-pence Halfpenny; 'Wax Wick Moulds, 7d.; Cocoa Nut, 9d.; Metallic, 91d.; Wax, Sperm, and Composition, 2s. lii.

CA NDLES.---Store Dips, Five-pence Halfpenny; 'Wax Wick Moulds, 7d.; Cocoa Nut, 9d.; Metallic, 91d.; Wax, Sperm, and Composition, 2s. lii.

; Patent Wax, Is. 3d. and lq. 64.• ' Finest Sealing W a x. 4s. Soap—Curd, 7d.; Mottle, 6d. ; Yellow, 40., sd. ' and 6d.; Brown Windsor, Is. 4d. ; R ose, Al mon d , and Camphor, Is. 6d.; White Windsor and Palm, IS. j Sperm Oil, 75,; Lamp dill°, 45.; Cocoa Nut ditto, 4s. 6d.; Star
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
ADELPHI THEATRE.

ADELPHI THEATRE.

Mr. J. Reeve on Monday Evenin resumed his original character of Tom Twig, in Catching an Heireig, which he performed with his accustomed drollery. The noveltiy of the evening was, however, in the parts of Captain Killingley and Caroline Gayton, performed by Mr. and Mrs. Yates, w
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
4. B. CHAMBERLAIN.

4. B. CHAMBERLAIN.

EYE PRESERVING * SPECTACLE MANUFACTURER, 37, BROAD-STREET, BLOOMSBURY, (Nearly opposite Plumtree-street.) Patronised by the principals of the British Museum, and numerous eminent lumbers of the faculty, &c. And it is worthy of notice, that hisiprices are less than halfustially c
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
No: 11. ENGLISH POOR LAW.

No: 11. ENGLISH POOR LAW.

----- We expected much from the Poor Law Amendment Act . ; but we certainly did net expect that it would in so a time, as that during which it IS been in operation, produce such astonishing results as have taken place where ever unions have • been formed. The character of the ag
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
VICTORIA TIIEATRE

VICTORIA TIIEATRE

A new drama, or rather an old drama with a new name, was brought out at this theatre on Monday night. The former title of the piece, as performed at the English Opera House, was The Muleteer's Vow; its present one is The Son's Revenge. It was reteived very favourably. •
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

BRATIAM AND PHILLIPS.—Braham and Phillips appeared at the Liverpool Theatre on Saturday, the . former in the Waterman, and the latter in the Quaker. Braham sung some of his old favourite songs—" The jolly young water. man." "My trim built wherry," "The Bay of Biscay," and other
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England