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RAILROADS,

RAILROADS,

The mischief which is occasioned by the prevalence of stock-jobbing speculations in schemes of pttblic improvement, such as Railways, is not confined to the mere loss which attends the bursting of each individual bubble. Were that all, the public at large would be no more intere
February 18, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

A preliminary meeting was held at the Mansion House on Wednesday for the purpose of making necessary arrangements for calling a public meeting on the subject of electing an equestrian statn,e in honour of the Duke of Wellington. The meeting was most respectably attended. The Rig
September 16, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
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PRICE TWO PENCE HALFPENNY.
September 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
Country Orders Punctually attended to.

Country Orders Punctually attended to.

UNDER THE ESPECIAL PATRONAGE OF HIS MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY, As the following letter, received from Major-General Sir Henry Wheatley, K e eper of the Privy Purse, testifies " Sir,—l am honored with the King's command to ex press his Majesty's sense of your polite attention in send
September 17, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

Letters from Berlin state that according to all appearance, Ihe Diet of Frankfort will shortly promulgate a law relative to the press, the dispositions of which will be applicable to the whole of Germany. The last ordinances relative to the Jews have produced a great sensation.
October 8, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
LONDON OCCURRENCES,

LONDON OCCURRENCES,

hfUnDEll.—On Friday evening- a man cf the name of John Goulding, - 21 plasterer,_was murdered in a lodging house in the neighbourhood of Buckeridge-street, St. Giles's. He was standing at the kitchen lire, when a man named Welsh entered and struck his hat over his eyes. The dece
October 8, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
ASHLEY COOPERS' BOTANICAL PURIFYING PILLS are established by 30Years' experience are prescribed.by most of the eminent Physicians and Surgeons, in

ASHLEY COOPERS' BOTANICAL PURIFYING PILLS are established by 30Years' experience are prescribed.by most of the eminent Physicians and Surgeons, in

London, and are always administered at several Public Hospitals, as the only certain remedy for Gonorrhea, G leas Strictures, and all other forms of Venereal Diseases, in either sex, curing in a few days, by one small pill for a dose, with ease, secrecy, and,safety. Their opera.
October 8, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
OCTAVO.; of MARALAThjs GOOD and GENUINE tVIN, which has so fashionable at the tablcs of c ii,sss of society, may

OCTAVO.; of MARALAThjs GOOD and GENUINE tVIN, which has so fashionable at the tablcs of c ii,sss of society, may

he hal at the Gray's Inn Whe E,tahlishment, of the highest qeality, in octaves or half quarter p pes, containing lli.gallons, bright and tit for immediate use, on a remittance or 61. 10s., cask and every expense of delivery in London included. 23, High Holborn. GEO. HENEKEY and
September 22, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
MRS. •GRAHAM.

MRS. •GRAHAM.

'Mrs. Graham has published the following interesting account of the circumstances, which led to the accident from she has been so great a sufferer. The poor Duke cuts a far. worse figure in this statement than he did even in the mud into which he pretended have fallen when the b
October 1, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. WOOLS% ICH. The Fore, Magnificent, Cruizer, Carron, and Skipjack, Were at Port-Royal 6th August. The Pickle sailed thence

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. WOOLS% ICH. The Fore, Magnificent, Cruizer, Carron, and Skipjack, Were at Port-Royal 6th August. The Pickle sailed thence

the 28th July—Dee, Ist Aug. and Harpy, the 4th—the Nimrod had left for Carthagena. - The Sea Gull arrived at Falmouth, from Mexico, on IL:m(l3y, aud the Spey sailed thence, the same day, for Wasp sailed Mexico for Jamaica, on the '26th ofl ugus t I s ite - dannet arrived at Barb
October 1, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England