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1E BEST QUALITY

1E BEST QUALITY

THE FREQUENT ROBBERIES of PLATE have induced JOHN JAMES RIPPoN, IRONMONGER, of wELLS•STREET. OXFORD STREET, to manufactuie a SUBSTITUTE for SILVER, possessin< , all its advantages, in point of ap pearance and durability, at l h ess than one-tenth the cost. His BRITISH PLATE is o
October 3, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
DISTRESS OF THE POLISH REFUGEES.

DISTRESS OF THE POLISH REFUGEES.

The friends of humanity will learn with regret that the Literary Polish Association, which has for five years niinstered to the wants of the Polish refugees, defeated at length in its t ff-trts to raise ffirther funds, has been obliged to notify to 163 of those noble but most un
October 3, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
COAL and POTATOE TRADE.—To Gentlem en N- 1 Servants and Others.—A capital FIRST RATE CONCERN in the above line to

COAL and POTATOE TRADE.—To Gentlem en N- 1 Servants and Others.—A capital FIRST RATE CONCERN in the above line to

be DISPOSED OF in a very crowded neighbourhoed. This is an opportunity for parties wi-hing to go into business that seldom occurs, the rent being nearly made by lodgers. Apply to Mr. Fisher, 15, Goswell•road, near Charles-street.
October 3, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
jr F. respectfully informs the Inha• ,• bitants of St. Anne. Soho, and the Public in General, that sneereeded to,

jr F. respectfully informs the Inha• ,• bitants of St. Anne. Soho, and the Public in General, that sneereeded to,

and now cat/ries on the BUSINESS of MR. J. PLUMBER. GLAZIER, and PAINTER. in all its i!ranches, at No. DE.kN-S fit EET.—lfe begs toe ill thdr attett-1,;?n to4,re particularly to his Patent Self-acting and Portable Water,lcsets, Engine, Force and Lift Pumps, and. his well-selecte
October 9, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
recei FACTS AND COMMENTS.

recei FACTS AND COMMENTS.

INCENL TART FIRES.—We regret to find that incendiary fires are becoming common. 'I hree simultaneously hi Kent, and others in different parts of the kingdom. —Weekly Payer. [Our hebdomadal cotemporary evidently alludes to ttie "Kentish fire."] A RADICAL ENOINE.-There have occurr
October 9, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
DRAMATIC.

DRAMATIC.

FOR THE OPENING OF COVENT GARDEN THEATRE. SPOKEN DT MR. MACREADY. If, in the vacant scene, one busy fear Hath whisper'd peril to my bold career, And bade my thoughts awhile the colours wear Of their's who link our Drama to despair; If I have trembled lest indulgence past Decepti
October 9, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
POLAND.

POLAND.

. A letter from Warsaw, Sept. 15th, says :—" The waters of Bousk in the Republic of Cracow, have been this season the rendezvous of many distinguished Poles. The Russian Government grants passports to Cracow and Poland to the inhabitants of the incorporated provinces_ without ma
October 5, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN AT BRIGHTON.

ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN AT BRIGHTON.

October 5, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE LORD MAYOR'S DINNER IN .IJIBLIN.

THE LORD MAYOR'S DINNER IN .IJIBLIN.

The Freemm's Journal has the following observations on the Lord Mayor's dinner :—" The corporation,though still alive and kicking, begins to feel the pangs of approaching dissolution. Mr. Recorder Shaw. who used to spout rampant Toryism in the pre=ence chamber, and dilate, in go
October 5, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
PROSPECTUS OF THE LOAN FOR HIS MAJESTY, CHARLES V., KING OF SPAIN. Opened on the principal places of the Continent.

PROSPECTUS OF THE LOAN FOR HIS MAJESTY, CHARLES V., KING OF SPAIN. Opened on the principal places of the Continent.

THIS LOAN was contracted in virtue of a Treaty made the 12th of January, 1336, and ratified by the Royal Decree of the 6th of February following. The General Bond in due form is deposited at Messrs. Nind and Cotterill's, London. This Loan was orizinally divided into Four equal s
October 10, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England