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TO THE MOST NOBLE THE MARQUIS OF WESTMINSTER, HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF BEDFORD, • HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF

TO THE MOST NOBLE THE MARQUIS OF WESTMINSTER, HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF BEDFORD, • HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF

PORTLAND, ' THE RIGHT HON. LORD PORTMAN. AND ALL THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY POSSESS ING LEASEHOLD ESTATES. ' • "DEEDS NOT WORDS." L IFE and FIRE INSURAI4CES. RATES REDUCAD £3O per cent, per annum. LIFE INSURANCE is now considered by all classes of the comrnunity to be one of the mo
October 7, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
FASHIONdBLE MISCELLJNY.

FASHIONdBLE MISCELLJNY.

THE PREPARATInNS THE RECEPTION OF THE QVREN.—I t has not vet been detei mined that deputations from the Courts of Aldermen and Common Council shall appear on h irseback at Temple Bar in order to receive the Queen on the 9th of November; but there is a great stir in the city on t
October 19, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
Captaain Wyatt, which he had given up. The first was, that he and Wyatt were at Dantzic together, and slept

Captaain Wyatt, which he had given up. The first was, that he and Wyatt were at Dantzic together, and slept

in the same room, and that in the morning.: also, when they got up, he t, , ok it off a dressing-table, and said," Wyatt; I shall take this, and, gibe it you when! get to London." On , another ocnasioni on being asked about the 'brooch, he that. Lc *as On board the Silurian one
October 19, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
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October 19, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
T HE 'PROTESTANT DISSENTERS' LIFE and FIRE INSURANCE C iMPANY, Founded for the purpose of insuring the Lives and Property

T HE 'PROTESTANT DISSENTERS' LIFE and FIRE INSURANCE C iMPANY, Founded for the purpose of insuring the Lives and Property

of Dir. centers, Methodists, and other of proved temperate habits. at rates of prettilum equitably adapted to the diminished risk which accurate calettlatititl hate tiettionstrated that those habits occasion. tentporary It • he ineartioratect•by At of Parlianteiii. • Capital ONE
October 19, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
INTERESTING TO EVERY CHRISTIAN

INTERESTING TO EVERY CHRISTIAN

1. RELIGION WITHOUT GLOOM: Exemplified in a series of Sacred Lessons; with Hymns, &c., &c. By a CENTURY of DIVINES. Price 4s. cloth. "A work of peculiar interest, free from all cant, and from a Sectarian spirit.'—Atlas. 2. THE CHURCH and the CLERGY; an Inquiry intowhat Resemblan
October 13, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
PiRST COMPLUE EDITION. UNWORN' WITH BYRON, SCOTT, CRABBE, COWPER, &c. On Monday, Oct. 16, is rep. five. S. cloth lettered,

PiRST COMPLUE EDITION. UNWORN' WITH BYRON, SCOTT, CRABBE, COWPER, &c. On Monday, Oct. 16, is rep. five. S. cloth lettered,

Vol. I. Of SOUTHEY'S POETICAL WORKs, collected by himself; CJAaining JOAN of ARC: with a Portrait of the AuthOt Lane, and a Vignette by Creswick. London: Longman, Orme. Co.
October 14, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE MAN IN THE _MACKINTOSH AT IS OLD,

THE MAN IN THE _MACKINTOSH AT IS OLD,

TRICKS AG4l2lr. On Thursday afternoon, about the hour of three, a person accoutred in the ample folds of a Mackintosh cloak, and shining in all the lustre of a " patent gossamer," entered the lower room Of a well-known hotel and eating-house in the Strand, and taking from beneat
October 13, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
A CERTAIN CURE FOR CORNS AND £1 BUNIONS. —ALLINGHAM'S ROTTERDAM CORN AND BUNION SOLVENT, which gives relief upon the first

A CERTAIN CURE FOR CORNS AND £1 BUNIONS. —ALLINGHAM'S ROTTERDAM CORN AND BUNION SOLVENT, which gives relief upon the first

application, and speedily eradicates them without pain or inconvenience, as the following proves:— " Sir,--The surprising efficacy of your Corn Solvent on several persons to whom I have sold it, induces me to write for three dozen of the small size, for which I have enclosed the
October 13, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
PRIVILEGES OF THE ALDERMEN.

PRIVILEGES OF THE ALDERMEN.

Sir Peter Laurie postponed his motion with relation to the privileges of the Coutt of Aldermen and the City of London, until the sth December, on which day a deputation from the Courts of Aldermen and Comm - on Council were to a conference with Lord John Russell the question of
October 18, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England