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-PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.

-PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.

- PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Printed by WILLIAM TYLER, of No. 25, Duncan Terrace, City Road, at his Offices, Nos. 5 and 6, Bolt Court, Fleet Street, in the Parish of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, in the City of London; and Published by JAMES RICHARDSON, at the Office, POlt Court, Fl
January 25, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
inch. 15 In. 18 In. 20 In. 22 In. 25 In. 28 In. SO In. s. d. £B. d. s.

inch. 15 In. 18 In. 20 In. 22 In. 25 In. 28 In. SO In. s. d. £B. d. s.

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January 25, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Rep- Oil, brown, £47 100. per ton; Refined, £l9 111 s. ; n nee d OIL £37 og.; and Rape

Rep- Oil, brown, £47 100. per ton; Refined, £l9 111 s. ; n nee d OIL £37 og.; and Rape

Cake, £6 Os.—Linseed Oil Cake , £l3 10s. per thousand.
January 25, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
, PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW. 1 CUMBERLAND. W OITECDAPEL. Hay...... 15% to 90s Hay Mtn 02a Slay Bos to

, PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW. 1 CUMBERLAND. W OITECDAPEL. Hay...... 15% to 90s Hay Mtn 02a Slay Bos to

Inferior.—. to Inferior 803 to 80. Inferior —3 to —0 1 Clover 95a to 115. Clover 112. to Ills Clover-110s to 12f.ii Inferior. —a to --a l Inferior to —0 Inferior 80s to Iltraw.... 38s to 45. I Straw ... 38s to 45s Straw PORTMAN. Hay ..... .... ills to 95. I Clover —.1103 to 118.
January 25, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
PRIVATE CONTRACTS. The fine Ship ANDROILICHE, 468 Tons per Register (old measurement), built at Scarbro' in 1828, by contract, and

PRIVATE CONTRACTS. The fine Ship ANDROILICHE, 468 Tons per Register (old measurement), built at Scarbro' in 1828, by contract, and

under the personal superintendence of the present owners ; she is a remarkably well built Ship, secured with iron diagonal braces and iron knees and standards, thoroughly copper-fastened, and was coppsred with stout copper last year; flush deck, with long and commodious poop, fo
January 25, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Freehold Property, close to King William-street, in the City of London. MR. MUSGROVE SELL by AUCTION, at the Auction Mart,

Freehold Property, close to King William-street, in the City of London. MR. MUSGROVE SELL by AUCTION, at the Auction Mart,

on Friday, January 27, at Twelve, in one lot, a val uable and very improvable FREEHOLD ESTATE, exonerated from the land-tax; comprehending the extensive premises known as Nos. 2 and 2, Crooked lane, but in fact possessing an invaluable and conspicuous frontage, in full view from
January 25, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Free Public House, near St. Katharine's Docks. MR. DANIEL CRONIN will SELL by AUCTION, at Garraway's Coffee-house, Cornhill, on Monday,

Free Public House, near St. Katharine's Docks. MR. DANIEL CRONIN will SELL by AUCTION, at Garraway's Coffee-house, Cornhill, on Monday,

January 30, at Twelve, the LEASE and POSSESSION of the ROSE and CROWN, Queen-street, Tower-hill: held for 13 years from Lady-day, 1837, at the rent of £7O per annum. The situation of the premises presents so many advantages from their contiguity to St. Katharine's Docks and othe
January 25, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
OUTI-1 EASTERN RAILWAY. —To KY Contractors, Excavators, Etc.—Such persons as may wish to CONTRACT for the requisite WORKS in the

OUTI-1 EASTERN RAILWAY. —To KY Contractors, Excavators, Etc.—Such persons as may wish to CONTRACT for the requisite WORKS in the

FORMATION of the RAILWAY between Folkestone and Dover, consisting of excavation of approaches, and driving a tunnel through the cliff near the Martello Tower, No. 1, at Folkestone, making the cuttings and embankments along the Warren or Undercliff, forming the galleries and side
March 1, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
THE UNPARALLELED SUCCESS BALSAM OF SPERMACETI. which has attended the use of MRS. JOHNSON'S AME- INFLUENZA.—This Balsam is invaluable RICAN

THE UNPARALLELED SUCCESS BALSAM OF SPERMACETI. which has attended the use of MRS. JOHNSON'S AME- INFLUENZA.—This Balsam is invaluable RICAN

SOOTHING SYRUP, for CHILDREN CUTTING for this peculiar epidemic; Coughs, Asthma, Shortness THEIR TEETH, is so well known to the public, that no recom- of Breath, Wheezing, Colds, soreness, tightness, and oppression mendation here can be wanted to induce M.ithers and Nurses to o
March 1, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Will be despatched immediately, hayirtg the greater part of her Cargo engaged. For ALGOA BAY direct, Cape . of Good

Will be despatched immediately, hayirtg the greater part of her Cargo engaged. For ALGOA BAY direct, Cape . of Good

Hope, the fast-sailing Barque, PORCU PINE, newly Copperect - and Copper-fastened. Burthen 260 Tons. CHARLES P. B. LAING, Commander. Lying in the London Docks. Has superior Accommodation for Cabin and Steerage Passengers. For Freight or Passage apply to Captain LAING on board • o
March 1, 1837 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England