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SATISFACTION.

SATISFACTION.

We have always considered the practice of duelling as one of the greatest moral anomalies that ever found place amongst the usages of those of gentle blood; to say Lothing of its being a positive breach of the laws of that Being, whom one of our fine old English dramafists has b
September 24, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
ANTWERP, BRUSSELS, and the , vl RHINE, at Reduced Fares.—The Antwerp Corn-,pany's new and splendid British-built Steam Ship 'PRINCESS VICTORIA,

ANTWERP, BRUSSELS, and the , vl RHINE, at Reduced Fares.—The Antwerp Corn-,pany's new and splendid British-built Steam Ship 'PRINCESS VICTORIA,

of 500 toes burthen, and 224 horse power, J. BRITTON, Commander (with a bag of letters from ,the Post Office), leaves Irongate Stairs, for ANTWERP, regularly-every 'Sunday, at Ten a.m., - with Goods, Passengers, Carriages, &c., returning every Wednesday. This beautiful Vessel ha
September 24, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Choice of a Servant. - PAMILIES in want of really Good Servants, of every description, both Male and Female, will

Choice of a Servant. - PAMILIES in want of really Good Servants, of every description, both Male and Female, will

decidedly find their interest better consulted, and their object much sooner attained, by a visit to the DOMESTIC BAZAAR, No. 134, Oxford-street, near Holles-street (established in 1830), than through the adoption of any other method whatever, as Domestics, with good characters,
September 24, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
TO be LET, either as Offices,. Chambers, or Private Residence, the UPPER PART of a HOUSE In Leadenhall-street, four doors

TO be LET, either as Offices,. Chambers, or Private Residence, the UPPER PART of a HOUSE In Leadenhall-street, four doors

from Cornhill. Any gentleman requiring offices at a moderate rent, with every accommodation, may meet with the same, by applying (if by jetter, post paid) to Mr. Johnson, 15, Leadenhall-atreet.
September 24, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
KING STREET COVENT GARDEN. MACHIN, DEBENHAM, & STORR will SELL by AUCTION, at their Rooms, Wednesday, Sept. 28, Thursday, Sept.

KING STREET COVENT GARDEN. MACHIN, DEBENHAM, & STORR will SELL by AUCTION, at their Rooms, Wednesday, Sept. 28, Thursday, Sept.

29, and Friday, Sept. 30, at Eleven, an extensive and valuable Assemblage of Genuine UNREDEEMED PLEDGES, consisting of modern and useful plate, highly finished watches, superb jewellery, plated articles, double and single guns and pistols, linen and woollen drapery, silk mercery
September 24, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
cures should be taxes.be constructed under the powers of the Act, -- neers be directed to lay out the Line

cures should be taxes.be constructed under the powers of the Act, -- neers be directed to lay out the Line

preparatory to contr.... ntpred into. The Provisional Directors are deeply sensible of the invaluable services afforded the Company by George Ross, Esq., as Managing Director, but as the continuance of such an office is incompatible with the provisions of the Act, and it is impo
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
THE SALON A MANGER

THE SALON A MANGER

has frequently accommodated the constituency of Worcester; the highly respectable proprietor having represented THAT INDEPENDENT CITY IN PARLIAMENT. The apartments appropriated to the family are abundant, and the domestic arrangement so complete as to leave nothing to be desired
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
A R N HI T N N E VE at R R P, educßedßZeS,SETLheSktawt4 Cornthe - pany's new and splendid

A R N HI T N N E VE at R R P, educßedßZeS,SETLheSktawt4 Cornthe - pany's new and splendid

British-built Steam Ship PRINCESS VICTORIA, of 500 tons burthen, and 224 horse Power, J. BRITTON, Commander (with a bag of letters from The Post Office), leaves Irongate Stairs, for ANTWERP, regularly every Sunday, at Ten a.m., with Goods, Passengers, Carriages, Sec., returning
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Will be dispatched on the 10th of October, For SINGAPORE and BATAVIA, the remarkably fast-sailing Brig, JANE, 300 tons' per

Will be dispatched on the 10th of October, For SINGAPORE and BATAVIA, the remarkably fast-sailing Brig, JANE, 300 tons' per

register. HENRY It. WILKINSON, Cornmantle:. Lying in the West India Docks. For Freight or Passage apply to JOPP and SCARE, 2, Birchin-lane.
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Household Furniture, Double-action Harp, Grand and Cabinet Piano-fortes, fine Wines, Paintings, Wearing Apparel, and Effects, of a deceased Baronet. MR.

Household Furniture, Double-action Harp, Grand and Cabinet Piano-fortes, fine Wines, Paintings, Wearing Apparel, and Effects, of a deceased Baronet. MR.

BULLOCK will SELL by AUCTION, at his rooms, 211, High Holborn, on Thursday, October 6, and Saturday, October 8, at Twelve, for exactly halfpast, each day, FURNITURE and miscellaneous property, including a winged wardrobe, a 4 feet 6 ditto, a set of sliding-frame dining tables, c
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England