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effectual.will he found equally fortunate in reviving slungliering anal debilitated reergiet of the e-p-inoinn. which embitter, rind if not timely

effectual.will he found equally fortunate in reviving slungliering anal debilitated reergiet of the e-p-inoinn. which embitter, rind if not timely

arrested. fgequet.llv resider nitgainry the very principal of existegice. Front this am:olivine state of y end sterility. by re-noittatiog the frame and affording moue and elasticity to the relaxed organs, Dr. Eadv iv happy to convey the most cheering timid punitive assurances r
28 November 1818 - Statesman (London) - London, London, England
 
BIRMINGHAM MUSICAL FESTIVAL. BIRMINGHAM, FRIDAY MORNING. The attendance at the morning and evening performances yesterday, at the Town Hall, was

BIRMINGHAM MUSICAL FESTIVAL. BIRMINGHAM, FRIDAY MORNING. The attendance at the morning and evening performances yesterday, at the Town Hall, was

more nume.ous than upon any of the previous days. The place was crowded to excess, and even the corridors were filled with parties waiting, in the hope of procuring ingress by others retiring. Among the visifters, in addition to those we have already named, were the Earl of Lich
23 September 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BROADWOOD'S PIANOS, second-hand.—For SALE, TWO very superior six-octave PATENT SQUARES, with circular corners ; and a plain ditto; also a

BROADWOOD'S PIANOS, second-hand.—For SALE, TWO very superior six-octave PATENT SQUARES, with circular corners ; and a plain ditto; also a

six-octave rosewood Cabinet; and a six-and-a-half octave Cottage, by esteemed makers. All warranted, and at prices worthy the attention of the trade as well as private buyers.-31, Red Lion-square.
23 September 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
OFFICES to be LET; also CHAMBERS, as Resideuces, at Crosby Hall Chambers, 24 and 25, Bishopsgate-streetwithin, and at the Adelphi

OFFICES to be LET; also CHAMBERS, as Resideuces, at Crosby Hall Chambers, 24 and 25, Bishopsgate-streetwithin, and at the Adelphi

Chambers, John street, Adelphi.—For particulars apply to Mr. E. H. Cox, auctioneer and surveyor, at either este.' blishment, or to the porter, on the premises. H 0 b U e S L E Pinil i T.The ic s . o it , uat t io e n n- i r s o a o i ned r l d , ry. ne th ar eerfl thePalace, ani
23 September 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CORN EXCHANGE —FRIDAY. We had a moderate supply of Wheat by land samples this morning, consisti g principally of new,

CORN EXCHANGE —FRIDAY. We had a moderate supply of Wheat by land samples this morning, consisti g principally of new,

nearly the who'e of which was partially sprouted and very damp ; those qualities barely reached, the prices of this d y se'nnight, but the line dry parcels of new and old of the best quality, realised Is to 25 advan e. Nothing doing In bonded. There is but little Barley at marke
23 September 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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- • - MORNING -HERALD OFFICE , Friday Morning, Quarter-past Five o'Ciock. _ The Paris papers of Wednesday have come to hand. ['he Moniteur contains an ordonnance of some importance to the French shipping interest ; this decree ordains that a different mode from that now practised
24 November 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
of slaves who had been flogged since the compensation granted to the planters. In Jan aca alone, out of its

of slaves who had been flogged since the compensation granted to the planters. In Jan aca alone, out of its

260,000 apprentices, or rather slaves, 58,417 had been flogged within the short space of twenty-two months—(" shame, shame"). He would instance one of the clauses of the act, which he him- ' self had introduced into the Abolition Act. That clause provided that no magistrate shou
24 November 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
S - - - -- - - - - - - TEAM to INDIA.—The Hon. East India Company's steam-ship SEMIRAMIS,

S - - - -- - - - - - - TEAM to INDIA.—The Hon. East India Company's steam-ship SEMIRAMIS,

720 tons burden, 300-horse power, Copt G. B. BRUCKS, Indian navy, lying in the E. I. Dock, will positively iAIL from Gravesend on the 28th November, for B OMBAY, touching at Teneritre, St. Vincent, St. Helena, Cape, Mauritius, and Cochin.—Application for peerage, &c., to be made
24 November 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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MARYLE BONE. MAKING KROUT.—Yesterday William Limebeer, a footman in the service of the Dutch ambassador, 27, Bryanston-square, Was brought before Mr. SRUTT, charged with stealing three large paving -stones, weighing nearly half a hundred weight each,under the following singular
1 December 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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_ im for th ston, which was wantd in th opration. b n took him down into th kitchn, and showd hr stons of a similar siz to th on h had droPP°' 7 ,1 1 0 which h had brought away from th sam plac, for A 81123 ,. t us. This answr not bing satisfactory, h took custody. (On of th s
1 December 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England