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British Traveller And Commercial And Law Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1832, London, Middlesex No 3429 Tup are hereby informed that there is Jy for RE- Price 7d Act. - a concise view of Ac Lafl Sit ay and a copious Index of TOWN nnd all OFFICERS and other Persons tote in By GEORGE Barrister Author of the History of English by Thomas 17, only Oku and speedily as passible wilt be by the same an Analysis of the BOUNDARY uniform wild the and as a SALES ISLE OF MR. W. W. SIMPSON respectfully sonnets that the SAljE of the splendid and nearly new rich Fixtures and fittings the Machinery of. a Flour Brew house and Dairy Garden Melon and valuable cosily on the Premises of the OLD PARK near the fsle of Isle the residence of Thomas will take place the 18th and Three following and op Ten for of will be of and Meadow July 18S8. ' Richmond Pari Farm Partners and By Mr. On the on July 23, in Six by order of the Majesty's Woods and - THE very now growing on the consisting of 29 and 7 perches of prime 27 3 and 4 perches of of the first The Crops may be viewed on application to Mr. the Mr. Adam - 61, St. It by AND TUESDAY July 17, 1832, VICE July 16. attorney v. staled case came before the Court on the petition of the Dean arid Chapter of Christ I he facts were the year 1775 a name of at Upper in devised certain estates Dean and Chapter of purpose an 8Cn0l The professor wis to ' purpose * - ises 4>f. Jie had usea wef rally rn and he think W FOREIGN DUTCH The July 10.-The Burgomaster and Senate have resolved to appoint a for die purpose of providing means to relieve the poor at during the prevalence of the and to take all necessary measures to prevent the spreading of the la As we the the rejection proposals government A CABINET MAKER'S solicits the Public which 8ucily is lo Ad for nf Industrious to pniy and at the The for its and asd for The Society btg to return in ' and of is for tha and on by to marit at solicit a as the only by tat merits and decided of con is marked at tin f torn it and art fres at any printed aad mi Gity Full mahogany 4'post' Full Ditto with Ditto hair nt or smell Three hallm ' ' Four in. hair 1 ft D ii 3 10 10 I IV 1 ditto dressing 0 0 16 6 hV ditto 0i:8. IB 2>slepbed:s|ap night Ditto bidat and 1 G top 3' 8 taut I IS ' French lit 4iMj" of slab wai in the * as a c and asked into Suai anil 5 of to authorise them disposing St as assignees - 4ms tithe ' one of she art the we give 'the ' The Austrian President lot iti the pf. as of the people's tban expected from the great events passing la other his Majesty hoped that public Opinion would be the the calm people whose was if resolved to the of to consider of and the 6bject.'!Of tha desne 9o2e.fftoa!-toihe[D]et'the:foll0wJn^ 11' us to timit and and we conclusion of the All which Emperor of Austria King of given new of Act the rouat united In y - in arid propriety of ii to of 1. The children of bath sexes of the military of the inferior ranks in the former Polish who are unable to maintain shall be provided according to the wishes of their patents or by the viz. the girls till they are 13, and the boys till Id aad educated at its expense at in the institution called The Infant 2. When the boys have attained their seventh year they are to be placed in tie battalions of the military cantonments 5 the when they are of and acquainted with female shall be put out to service in private Orphan now in the wbf age years or at the up to the of of the rri haa admission of actual inhabitants of the of Into the hot served either heebie or 29lh Novi 1830 in the former Polish they enlist the } the 35 years of be his b aby have no debts either to the or private if under 21 must have the to enlist in the j 1.,' 7.-consequence of the accounts from will year L that the waters of which for so many years been Piio beneficial to His physicians as the for -As top Russian not crime but only to it -is probable that will not take ' The recent English arid French Journals a proof of the tyranny of the in Princo had caused Generals and in spite of to be carried off ani that wan dying in is best proved hy the fact that General a ta now gone The No. The present number constitutes one of the most interesting which has yet appeared in this edition of the It presents us with the first volume of Duncan's Where is the has not read with avidity the exploits of Caius who lias not accompanied with delightful sensations of admiration and the conqueror of nations through his perilous and glorious To the to tha and to the this volume will prove alike interesting and The translation is taken from Dr. printed for Tonson in 1712, and care has been taken by Mr. Duncan to preserve the distinctness and perspicuity of expression for which the original is so much and so justly A but judiciously written biographical sketch of the precedes the The present volume contains the and eight books of the Wars in K the Government iU 5 10 0 0 18 6 10 moulded 6, -I 10 io b s 0 18 0, 5 0 1 0 kinds of Japanned Lady's with bsig and .fi All warranted free 1^0:0 .SI 10 6 6 I 12 I 12. 1-10 a io l ia Quebec the r 1W't% .at CaS beat out with of the four men d ' M provisions i to save Ihrid quest on tl 1'^'^ * i and roi Fleet this time and was the quea Fleet mi. L moat the was 8t si meat whether would the property to W of tranquillity and Confederated to A the had esi 4Mm S r Duckett at 150 0001 w j - obligation of members reciprocally anm of 26,S93r." of resistance of rof to offer its i If ih paid a establishment of tha ' object Of the Act of arid the fulfilment of. the - j - Monday notice was posted Lloyd's this afternoon from stating that England 11 were permitted to I Liverpool to tha capture 1 - Thk 1-iio 1^1; this of the news m In he felt before the the Diet expressly to last - - i- - - to the or I Beaumont a amende ' be ' ' Final Act of In by tbe the OS * .Am ' ' ' ' ' of 6f f iD the 2^ 6^the certainly ill. at the Dresden add have more effect thad ganda of Paris v c' that the the Oh Lordship the ship to Will leaving Lady at ] TUB MONEt ' Sources op Health and Disease in By Henry and Jit within our would a written treatise upon the of in this little volume have by the or At a period when a baneful is an enquiry the sources of health and disease is peculiarly iu Jhe volume now a very great portion of lant information relative lo the preservation of heal h land extension of highly more inasmuch in treating of the various positions which he all technical end abstruse and the work is written in a suited to the comprehension of the most simple and uncultivated The principal object towards which Mr. hai his enquiry into the causes r. lead to the or abridgment of the period of human audio the consideration of of the amongst causes connected with liis of Man to Physical aryl 4 His ori each of 4bese the conclusions he draws from display depth of research and strength of 1 They will ( with interest and afford room tor the following extract from Ibe on the subject of and some new disease is imported from from discussions ' and contentions arise ori all to its having Simply or and the men and discrepancy of facts is so that we be a simple reflection occur to solve as well .as the malignant character depends not upon the degree of vital of within it ate consumption is deemed account of number of sufferers that those which we under similar - For and both of in medical have considered the &c. Therefore it would the ia and 6maUtroQms,where of ground that such Brat graw into who conveniences are attacked by its character ' from also per or then Ideal r I 8fb% Exchequer 12s. a Stock 200. 3Iy 184! Two 1312.'- July 10.-Three n June 27-:Phiee 6 38. 6 18J. 13;-Boraen Two o Wheat has f of ano - Amongst various publications which from lime to for those who are desirous writing a foreign language with none of them have greater Co than the useful and compact adapted * - i- I French The author has chosen Rye maintained but Ies da first six days 81 ou the of of which 18 Dutch White Red Magdeburg Red with an analytical translation in the 120 with explanatory notes and 118"" reference to all the words made use of. ' of Instruction not a speculative theory; 120-: 140 and and so - * this that During the cf I wno 53 to with the robta of the language Discount per Anglo Russian ' 8J6. were the Mr. of 10. then S bound to 8t. was - ' July 3.-All foreign those hive from within the last station former will be detained hut and seventeen vessels all dr The author has announced work sarne plan will be which is now in ' NOVELLE DI ' is also a publication on the will be found of equal service in The tales are of a very pleasing selected to excite the attention of students to the acquirement of delightful the which to mind everything To avoid the to so tiresome to the literal meaning has been placed under word j and this plan has the one Italian word has many need only commit io memory the one most generally in and the rest easily acquired by Works like the present cannot fail of en- OP they quashed the u of and precarious market may lie J AT few asked i 4-aecid.ed,ajtera;,i6H,^tthr,for dia - v Hi 9c.-pi)bKbJe 1 He for providing en I F f and loHsl every about five Free bM m f 4ii jol 71 ' - 1831, 6 per Cent. 954 058 i 2^HTs:::Maje!(y;.'onKth'e' of of tubal those from the rising generation to the study of foreign - - when such facilities are held and been considered as Van aU all in almost every station iu ThB iAai op Preventing the Loss of By j. There we few existing The was assisted into Yarmouth on losa of ahd ' REGISTER OF PUBLIC July 16. and parish of. from - 7 10,' and 11;; Dorset Bride Islington let A a of quarterly during thp Of. gnd those who are possessed of the luxury wantonly risking by gross neglect or an injudicious use of Asa preventative pf the latter ova cute for the as far as we would perusal of this useful little and iho of recommendations which it Mr. Scott has here laid down a set of rules for tho the teeth whilst and for defects which may unavoidably an individual who may from deprived of professional assistance to become bis U also contains several for accompanied by and first skill and Cjn ihe we this worthy the the the external of a beautiful of - 9*' Thursday inen to the 1U. ' - oT on a as conversing of find without -' By -' - will their So able from a perusal of being to forrn an upon rather - the it strikes us iy The which are principally lo the fitness of cast iron and columns to resist and impulsion
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