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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. FOREIGN-OFFICE, OCT. 20, 1816.—The Queen has been pleased to approve of John Pascoe Grenfell, Esq., a Rear-admiral in the Brazilian navy, to be Consul-general in the United Kingdom for his Majesty the Emperor of Brazil. BANKRUPTS.—P. Plumley, stone-mason, Rea
October 31, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. GUILDHALL.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. GUILDHALL.

CHARGE OF ASSAULT BY THE POLICE, AND SERIOUS COUNTERCHARGE AGAINST THE OFFICEIL—On Monday, an Irishman named John M'lsTally was placed at the bar, charged with assaulting police constable G. Brown, 222, of the City force. The prisoner appeared in the dock with his head bound up,
October 31, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
D . , .0, . Dimond :Dust - Strop. --Now ready, Diamond . Dui:t Strops, now charged with the Diamond

D . , .0, . Dimond :Dust - Strop. --Now ready, Diamond . Dui:t Strops, now charged with the Diamond

Enst for use, at 28. ad.; 38:-6(1. ' and ss. each. A liberal allowance to the trade. No hone required when these strops are used.. To be nad at the Diamond Dust depot, 1, Angel-court, opposite Somersetmuse, Strand, London.
October 31, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Smith's O r iginal Royal Patent Medicinal Powder. 7 THE Cure effected, or nothing charged, at the European Institution of

Smith's O r iginal Royal Patent Medicinal Powder. 7 THE Cure effected, or nothing charged, at the European Institution of

Health, Capland Spa, near Taunton, , Somerset. Sight restored, deafness effectually cured, that fleshy . excrescence in the nose, commonly called a polypus, speedily era- ; dicated, and all distempers of the head, &c., by the Rev. 'f. Smith's Original Royal Patent Medicinal Powd
October 31, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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October 31, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
AN A111V1.1.7111.0 AND CALENDAR ron THE SUING WEEK.

AN A111V1.1.7111.0 AND CALENDAR ron THE SUING WEEK.

AN AND CALENDAR ron THE SUING WEEK. 31, SaTVRDAY.—AII-hallow Eve.. Fennel-leaved tickseed dedicated to St: Quintin. On this eve, especially in Ireland and Scotland, many gentle superstitions prevail, and youthful curiosity expends its lore in charms. &c.; in endeavouring to penet
October 31, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE ESSEX POISONINGS.

THE ESSEX POISONINGS.

CLAVERING, Friday evening, Oct. 23.—The adjourned inquest concerning the deaths of Joseph and James Chesham, the children of the woman Sarah Chesham, now in Chelmsford Gaol, on a charge of admini,tering poison to Soloman Taylor, the illegitimate offspring of Mr-Thomas Newport, f
October 31, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
-.Aw.\sami UoticoortilF7Samtln Actuswaptr • R. *Alt.: efui kwittr.VO, DI PUBLISHED FOR THE EEK. ENDING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1846.

-.Aw.\sami UoticoortilF7Samtln Actuswaptr • R. *Alt.: efui kwittr.VO, DI PUBLISHED FOR THE EEK. ENDING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1846.

-. Aw . \sami UoticoortilF7Samtln Actuswaptr • R. *Alt.: kwittr.VO , DI FOR THE EEK. ENDING SATURDAY, O C TOBER 31, 1846. : .! • iitie it . • THE ON THE LOME. • BMus, OCT. 25.—This mot, disastrous and unexampled flood is now sinking. The register of its -height at the bridge of t
October 31, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THB,BEI A L AND LONDON FAMILY N . WSPAPER. .

THB,BEI A L AND LONDON FAMILY N . WSPAPER. .

October 31, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT LIIVIEROUSE.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT LIIVIEROUSE.

On Thursday evening, between six and seven, a fire broke out upon the extensive cooperage belonging to Messrs. Gordon and Son, in Church-lane, Limehouse. The flames were first discovered by issuing through the roof of the cooperage, a building nearly 150 feet long by 50 deep, wh
October 31, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England