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THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

The mortality has declined in London, and 980 deaths have been registered in the fourth week of August. This number is less by 104 than the number registered in the previous week, and less by 144 than the numbers registered in the first week of August. Of the 980 persons who die
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
Building Materials, on the site for the proposed New Church, Old Brentford, Middlesex. MESSRS. KING and SON are directed by

Building Materials, on the site for the proposed New Church, Old Brentford, Middlesex. MESSRS. KING and SON are directed by

the - Committee for the proposed New Church, to SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises, on Tuesday next, Sept. 7 ' at 11, in lots, the very excellent BUILDING MATERIALS and FITTINGS of the MANSION and OFFICES, formerly the residence of Thomas Haig, Esq., situate in the High-street, an
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
TO GENTLEMEN and other Persons (now traders) whose pecuniary affairs have become embarrassed, and who are struggling against the force

TO GENTLEMEN and other Persons (now traders) whose pecuniary affairs have become embarrassed, and who are struggling against the force

of accumulating difficulties.—Recent Acts of Parliament afford relief by obtaining protection from arrest, Without the painful necessity of seeing their names in the " London Gazette," or undergoing any imprisonment; also for Tradesmen whose debts are under £3OO. Books of accoun
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
. Ships. Tonnage Commmanders. Destination. To Sail. Hamlet ... ... .. 700 J. Wilson Sydney Sept. 11 Walvisch ... ...

. Ships. Tonnage Commmanders. Destination. To Sail. Hamlet ... ... .. 700 J. Wilson Sydney Sept. 11 Walvisch ... ...

930 T. Schut Sydney. , Sept. 25 Maitland ... 900 W. Henry Sydney Oct. 1 St. George ... ... 1,000 It. Davison Port Philip Sept. Ii Hooghly... 700 J. Durrant Port Philip Sept. 20 Constance ... 850 J. M`Beath Port Philip Sept. 30 Medway ... 900 A. Mackwood Port Philip Oct. 5 Prince
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
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c forrign Mr. Ward, recently elevated to the Regency of Parma, was originally a Yorkshire groom. When a smart lad, he was noticed by ' the Duke, and taken into his service. He appears to have risen to his present eminence very gradually; his success in the stables leading to his
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
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September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
"THLY DISTRIBUTION OF

"THLY DISTRIBUTION OF

Zirftet. FREE PASSAGES TO AUSTRALIA. Should the above number be one of those drawn at the Allotment of Free Passage Tickets distributed by the Proprietors of this Newspaper amongst their Friends and Subscribers, the fortunate possessor may immediately exchange it at the Office,
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
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September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
THE CTOLD REGIONS.-REPORT OF OUR SPECIAL EXAMINER.

THE CTOLD REGIONS.-REPORT OF OUR SPECIAL EXAMINER.

To the Proprietors of the " Golden Times," London Weekly Newspaper. . GENTLEMEN, —The liberality of your arrangements enabled me to reach Melbourne at the end of May without difficulty. I found the town quite full to overflowing; indeed, it was difficult to get a lodging at all,
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
- FOR PORT PHILIP direct, calling at Dartmouth, to embark passengers, the beautiful, new, fast-sailing, Clyde-built ship JANET MITCHELL„i 1

- FOR PORT PHILIP direct, calling at Dartmouth, to embark passengers, the beautiful, new, fast-sailing, Clyde-built ship JANET MITCHELL„i 1

for thirteen years, 1,300 tons J. FISHER, Commander; lying in the St. Katharine Dock. Will sail for Melbourne and Geelong, Port Philip, on the stb of September (to sail from Dartmouth about the 15th of September). Her poop is fitted with all the modern improvements for carrying
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England