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TEXAS LAND AND EMIGRATION COMPANY. THE TRUSTEES beg to inform the Public, the PROSPECTUSES, with the Conditions, and likewise the

TEXAS LAND AND EMIGRATION COMPANY. THE TRUSTEES beg to inform the Public, the PROSPECTUSES, with the Conditions, and likewise the

Shares, are NOW READY for DELIVERY, an&may be obtained of John Bell, Esq. ' Solicitor, 28, Craven-street, Strand; and ot Mr. James Wetenhall, Sworn Broker, 13, Gopthall-court, Throgmortonstreet ; and at the Counting-house of Messrs. Christopher Schutzof, 2, Christopher-street, F
October 4, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
Kent Road New Cross Deptford Greenwtch Blackheath Lewisham

Kent Road New Cross Deptford Greenwtch Blackheath Lewisham

October 3, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
FRANKS' SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COMMA, WITHIN A PERIOD OF TWO MONTHS

FRANKS' SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COMMA, WITHIN A PERIOD OF TWO MONTHS

October 3, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO THE NOBILITY, FAMILIES KEEPERS OF HOTELS, AND ALL LARGE CONSUMERS OF TEA. THE NEW TEA WAREHOUSE, 37 and 38,

TO THE NOBILITY, FAMILIES KEEPERS OF HOTELS, AND ALL LARGE CONSUMERS OF TEA. THE NEW TEA WAREHOUSE, 37 and 38,

GRACECHURCH-STREET (near London-bridge), opened on the 2d September ' 137.—1 n opening the above extensive Premises for the Sale of Tea, we aretnabled, from the large Stock on -the Market, arid additional Auction Sales, of recent Importations, by ajudicious selection from an alm
October 3, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO FAMILIES. TRAVELLING, RIDING, PROMENADING, or in EXCUR SIONS ON THE WATER, the following is indispensable fo Personal Comfort and

TO FAMILIES. TRAVELLING, RIDING, PROMENADING, or in EXCUR SIONS ON THE WATER, the following is indispensable fo Personal Comfort and

Attraction OWLAND'S KALYDOR.—Is extracted from IL the most beautiful Exotics, and warranted perfectly innocent. It protects the Face and Skin from the baneful effects of the Sun and Dust—as Sun-burns, Tan, Parched Lips, Freckles, Harsh and Rough Skin, and an unpleasant Heat of t
October 3, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS COURT-SATURDAY.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS COURT-SATURDAY.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS -SATURDAY. Charles Ward Roberts, a master mariner, was opposed by Mr. Cooke, on the part of Sir Bellingham Graham, and other creditors, and supported by Mr. ' Nicholls. The insolvent were before the Court about a twelvemonth ago, when his schedule was dismissed;
October 9, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
STONE RACES, TUESDAY.

STONE RACES, TUESDAY.

A Sweepstakes of 5 sovs each, with 20 added; heats, thrice round and a dis., was won in two heats'by Mr. Waseoe's br f by Peter Lely, 4 yrs (G. Sanderson), beating Mr. Sanders's br m Morel, 4 yrs, and Mr. Dawson's br h Clitheri), 6 yrs. A Cup, added to a Sweepstakes of 3 sovs ea
October 9, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
Wan Monts. • For First Remaining 10 years. 10 years. s. d. £.s. d. 3 16 10 1 5 7

Wan Monts. • For First Remaining 10 years. 10 years. s. d. £.s. d. 3 16 10 1 5 7

4146 1 11 3140 1140 7 3 5 2710
October 9, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE ADVERTISER, a Young Man , wishes t o engage himself to have the MANAGEMENT of a few BOOKS. He

THE ADVERTISER, a Young Man , wishes t o engage himself to have the MANAGEMENT of a few BOOKS. He

understands French, German, and Dutch, and can give the best references respecting his character, &c. He has leisure hours from five to ten in the evening. Apply to A. B. C., Peel's Coffee-house, Fleet-street.
October 9, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
of a letter from Athens, dated September 18:—" An Opposition Journal published a supplement yesterday evening, announcing, in terms of

of a letter from Athens, dated September 18:—" An Opposition Journal published a supplement yesterday evening, announcing, in terms of

exultation, that M. Rudhart, President of the Ministry, had sent in his resignation; but the Courrier, the Government paper, of this morning, states, that although it iitrue that M. Rudhart has tendered his resignation, the King has refused to accept it, and, consequently, that
October 5, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England