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TUK KEY.

TUK KEY.

CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 13—The dismissal of Pertew Pasha is so important an event, that I must again recur to it. Pertew is a complete fereigner—he and his brother, the directors of the arsenal, are banished to Adrianople. The Seraskier, who has long envied Pertew, on account of t
October 10, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
PRICE 3.

PRICE 3.

October 10, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
SOUTHWARK.

SOUTHWARK.

There is now a very large supply of hops at market, and the demand has fallen off. Weald of Kent and Sussex pockets are selling at a reduction of ss. per cwt. from the prices of ten days since. Some choice pockets have come up, and . they sell readily at from 5/. to Li. per cwt.
October 10, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
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October 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
N ORTE-I LONDON SCHOOL OF ANATOMY AND SURGERY. in the immediate Vicinity of the North Hospital. —LECTURES on Anatomy, Physiology.

N ORTE-I LONDON SCHOOL OF ANATOMY AND SURGERY. in the immediate Vicinity of the North Hospital. —LECTURES on Anatomy, Physiology.

and SurgrY, Demonstratioos and Dissections, by Mr. DERNIOTT recognised by all t h e M e di ca l Boards. Admission to all the shove, for the Be3 so o , Five Guineas ;—Perpctual, to the whole, Ten Guineas. Gentleme n prepared by Private Instruction, Theoretical and Practi'al, for
October 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO FAMILIES, TRAVELLING, RIDING, PROMENADING, or in EXCUR :•lONS ON THE WATER, the following is indispensable fo Personal Comfort and

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

Attraction ROWLAND'S KALYDOR.--15 extracted from 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 R9ugh Skin, and an unpleasant Heat of th
October 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO THE NEIr S TRADE.

NOTICE TO THE NEIr S TRADE.

The trade are informed that the allowance on this paper is the same as npon the Times and Morning Herald.
October 7, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL.

MUSICAL.

It is something new in the annals of criticism to see a review of the music of such "a thing of shreds and patches" as - the Lord of the Manor. However, our object is to give our judgment upon all that passes at the theatres, so if they give us nothing better to talk about, we m
October 16, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
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,11\ ht ,• , , • r • k a Christ's -. -- Park . , . , • . . The New Post.ollice Gloucester Terrace The:Bank Of England Somerset tlonsd • • IlanoVer Terrace , CoVeht tiarden Theatre The torn Bacnango iting's The tole,iietim Drury Lane Theatre St. Catherine's Chapel Horse Guards The
October 19, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
IMPOItrAIBI7 I ±ETTER PROM MR. O'CONNELL TO LORD CLONCURRY. Derrynane Abbey, Oct. 12, 1837. My Lord,—l have seen, some time

IMPOItrAIBI7 I ±ETTER PROM MR. O'CONNELL TO LORD CLONCURRY. Derrynane Abbey, Oct. 12, 1837. My Lord,—l have seen, some time

ago, in one of the public papers, an opinion of yours, or at least an opinion attributed to you, expressive of your conviction—that the Irish peers and members of the House of Commons, of the Liberal party, ought to meet in Dublin some days previous to the commencement of the se
October 19, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England