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Sunderland Coal Company, Ip . STABLISHED for the Supply of LONDON and its environs with the best Wallsend Coals, on

Sunderland Coal Company, Ip . STABLISHED for the Supply of LONDON and its environs with the best Wallsend Coals, on

the lowest possible terms for Ready Money, beg to quote their present prices, viz. :—Best Hetton, Stewart's, Lambton's, or Haswell's, Wallseud Coals, at 325.; Seconds, from 295. to Is. Per Tom Best Cote, 19s. per Chaldron, delivered free of ex- Ponse. Orders addressed to Sunderl
October 19, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
PTO LANDED PROPRIETORS.—A Person of respectability, - who has been a practical farmer far several years, and is also well

PTO LANDED PROPRIETORS.—A Person of respectability, - who has been a practical farmer far several years, and is also well

acquainted with planting, laying out grounds forming preserves, Sze., is desirous of a situation as Land Steward. To a large proprietor he would give up thewhole of his time; to a smaller proprietor, he might give up as much as would be required, and occupy a farm on the estate-
October 19, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Leasehold Estate, the property of the late Mr. Bennet. AIR. CAFE will SELL by AUCTION, (by order of the executors),

Leasehold Estate, the property of the late Mr. Bennet. AIR. CAFE will SELL by AUCTION, (by order of the executors),

at Garraway's, on Tuesday, October 25, at Twelve, in five lots, EIGHT LEASEHOLD HOUSES, situate in Monmouth-street, Chapel-street, and St. Anne's-court, Holywell-street, Westininster, and Coburg-street, Euston-square, producing £3OO per annum. Particulars are preparing, and mayb
October 19, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
R AMSG ATE.

R AMSG ATE.

liSaloon . 0 2 0 N•aano-GoLl -- • 1 - '95 [ PACKET COMPANY, having le Public by the above reduction Ito an unjustifiable monopoly on led the important advantages of not only a cheap, but a safe and idence on a continuation of pubic' announce their intention of le superiority on
November 30, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

THE BANKS.-MR. 'O'CONNELL The following letter from Mr. O'Connell appears in a second edition of the Dublin Evening Post, which states that " the run is now completely over :" " TO THE PEOPLE OF "National Bank of Ireland-office, Dame-street, Dublin, Nov. 22, 1836. "Whilst the r
November 30, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
LITE RATuitz.

LITE RATuitz.

The Adventures of Captain John Pattereatt ; with Notices the Officers, 4e., the 50th, or Queen's Regiment, from 1807 to 1821. T. and W. Boone. Bvo. Captain Patterson, in imitation of many of his gallant predecessors, having retired from active service, after a long and arduous c
November 30, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
THE PLAY-BILL. "Choice fruit—a bill of the play."

THE PLAY-BILL. "Choice fruit—a bill of the play."

DRURY-LANE. Mr. Booth.has had another trial as Ivo, to Mr. Forrest's Othello; but the result of the experiment was attended with no more success than his attempt at Richard the Third. All that we can say in favour of his lago is, that it is not quite so pointless as Mr. Warde's,
November 30, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
LONDON JOURNAL, AND GENERAL ADVERTISER.

LONDON JOURNAL, AND GENERAL ADVERTISER.

November 30, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
COURT OF THE ARCHDEACONRY OF LONDON, [Before Dr. PHxLLIMons.] ADEY V. THEOBALD,

COURT OF THE ARCHDEACONRY OF LONDON, [Before Dr. PHxLLIMons.] ADEY V. THEOBALD,

This was a suit promoted by Mr. Adey, the churchwarden of the parish of Allhallows, London-wall, (with the consent of the parish,) against Mr. Samuel Theobald, a member of the Society of Friends, for refusing to take upon himself the office of churchwarden, to which he had been
November 30, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
November 28.

November 28.

Arrived— Minerva, Maale, from Nyberg. John, Wilson, from Jersey. Ocean, Morfee, from Antwerp. The Abel Gower, Henderson, from Sydney. Sailed— The Lord Melville, Crow, for Calais.—Wind W.S.W. November 29. Sailed— The King George, Gamer, for Ostend. Harriet, Foreman, for Jamaica.
November 30, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England