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Fire Assurance. - ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. THE Directors of the Alliance Assurance 1 Company beg to Intimate, that Fire Assurance

Fire Assurance. - ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. THE Directors of the Alliance Assurance 1 Company beg to Intimate, that Fire Assurance

Policies may be at this time transferred to the Company, without expense of any kind to the assured. Policy holders of a certain standing participate in the profits of the Company. LIFE ASSURANCE. The Company entertain proposals for Life Assurance on terms lower, for the great d
April 5, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. At the HAMBRO' COFFEE-HOUSE, WATER-LANE, TOWER- STREET, On WEDNESDAY, April 5, and THURSDAY, April 6, at Twelve

SALES BY AUCTION. At the HAMBRO' COFFEE-HOUSE, WATER-LANE, TOWER- STREET, On WEDNESDAY, April 5, and THURSDAY, April 6, at Twelve

for One precisely, each day, Principally without reserve, to cover advances, T HE FOLLOWING WINES and SPIRITS, viz.:- 144 Butts 114 Hogsheads I Sherry • 48 Quarter Casks 7 Butts East India Ditto '76 Pipes 23 Hogsheads Port 8 Quarter Casks 63 Pipes 19 Hogs h ea d s I o iled and W
April 5, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
To Surgeons, Apothecaries, and Others. MR. J. HERNE (late Paulin and Herne,) will SELL by AUCTION, on Tuesday, April 11,

To Surgeons, Apothecaries, and Others. MR. J. HERNE (late Paulin and Herne,) will SELL by AUCTION, on Tuesday, April 11,

at Twelve o'clock, at the Auction Mart, by direction of the proprietor, removing to Islingt n, the valuable LEASE of the DWELLING HOUSE, in excellent repair, together with the succession to the practice of a surgeon and apothecary, which has been long established, and in the pos
April 5, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
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Published by L. and G. SEELEY, 169, Fleet-street. FIFTY-FOUR SERMONS, by ENGLISH CLERGYMEN, Published for the Benefit of the Distressed IRISH CLERGY. 2 Vols. El Bs., cloth, lettered. VOLUME I. SERMON 1. By the Rev. C. J. Hoare, A.M. 2. Rev. John Scott, A.M. 3 - -, Rev. J. H. Stew
January 11, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
!Seven Years Annual Premium B s. d. 16 018 3 20 1 0 3 SO 1 6 6 40 ill

!Seven Years Annual Premium B s. d. 16 018 3 20 1 0 3 SO 1 6 6 40 ill

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January 11, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
THE BALLOT.

THE BALLOT.

I have never heard any thing like a syllogistic argument against this measure. In general its opponents are reduced to the necessity of covering their inability to reason, by founding their opposition on feeling, a word which, like taste, stops all description. There are some, h
January 11, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
PEARS'S TRANSPARENT SOAP.

PEARS'S TRANSPARENT SOAP.

Fr HIS SOAP stands unrivalled as a discovery 1 of the highest importance, for its superior excellence iu cleaning the skin, preserving it from the effects of the weather, sea, air, Sm., and improving its appearance. It removes blemish from its surface, and, by due perseverance,
January 11, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
78 and 80, Bishopsgate-street, opposite the Marine Society.

78 and 80, Bishopsgate-street, opposite the Marine Society.

Gold and Silver Watches, WITH MASSEY'S PATENT LEVER. rEI HE most accurate, and made upon the best principle for durability and cheapness. Capped, jewelled, hard dial, strong double-bottom silver cases, warranted, at Gentlemen!s lever Watches, in strong gold cases Ladies' Watches
January 11, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
cIef o STEAM to WATERFORD and LIVERPOOL, (calling at Portsmouth and Dartmouth, to and from London.) The WM. PENN, Captaih

cIef o STEAM to WATERFORD and LIVERPOOL, (calling at Portsmouth and Dartmouth, to and from London.) The WM. PENN, Captaih

W. CLARKE, will start from off East-lane and Union Stairs, on Thursday morning next, at Six o'clock precisely. All frfoods intended for this vessel must be sent to the Hibernia Steam Packet Wharf, adjoinfng London Bridge, on or before S even o'clock, on Saturday Evening. For fur
January 11, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
A CHARTERED SHIP. Warranted to Sail on Saturday, For PERNAMBUCO, the remarkably fine fast-sailing Brig, EDWIN. New Coppered and Copper-fastened.

A CHARTERED SHIP. Warranted to Sail on Saturday, For PERNAMBUCO, the remarkably fine fast-sailing Brig, EDWIN. New Coppered and Copper-fastened.

WILLIAM ROBERTSON, Commander. •Lying in the London Dock. Burthen 200 Tons. For Freight or Passage apply to Messrs. M'CALMONT, BROTHERS, and Co., Crown-court, Philpot-lane ; or to SAMPSON and HOOPER, 2, Dunster-court, Mincing-lane.
January 11, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England