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• Order of the Board. R. II CREW; Se c r e t ar y. ......., . , , T:

• Order of the Board. R. II CREW; Se c r e t ar y. ......., . , , T:

. . . OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, April 27, HE principal Officers of his Majesty's Ordnance ~ : do hereby give Notice, that Propo , als will be received at Office in Pall-mall, on or before Fliday the 18th of May 4421 ,frim such Persons as may be willing to undertake Ihe Supply BEDDING
17 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
From TUESDAY, MAY 15, to THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1891.

From TUESDAY, MAY 15, to THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1891.

17 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
--- – FROM TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, TO THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1840.

--- – FROM TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, TO THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1840.

- FROM TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, TO THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1840. THE BARON GERAMB'S TRAVELS IN THE HOLY LAND. Just Beady Two Vols. poSt Bvo., with Illustrations. AG E to PALESTINE. By M. G. HE GERNMB, I%lonk of La Trappe. Henry Colburn, Publisher, 13, Great Marlborough-street. Orders rec
09 January 1840 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
_ This Day, Svo., with an Original Portrait, price Ms., THE LIFE and SERVICES of GENERAL LORD HARRIS, G.C.8., during

_ This Day, Svo., with an Original Portrait, price Ms., THE LIFE and SERVICES of GENERAL LORD HARRIS, G.C.8., during

his CAMPAIGNS In AMERICA, the WEST INDIES, and INDIA. By the Right Hon. S. It. LUSHINGTON, Private Secretary to Lord Harris, and late Governor of Madras. London: John W. Parker, West Strand. Just Ready, In Two Vol.. post Bvo., NORWAY AND THE NORWEGIANS. - By R.OI3ERT GORDON LATH
09 January 1840 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
– • COURr I NG'S BEACH, Nor, 7.

– • COURr I NG'S BEACH, Nor, 7.

- • COURr I NG'S BEACH, Nor, 7. VAUXIAALL BRIDGE COMPANY D. Donn. Attorney General shelved cause against a rule bbfa . ined against the flefendant in this case, for an attachment for non-payment of money belonging to the Company, in the defendant's • hands, agreeably to award. Th
08 November 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
-117E1).N ESD NY, SEPT. 6. _ FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE

-117E1).N ESD NY, SEPT. 6. _ FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE

- 11 7 E1).N ESD NY, SEPT. 6. _ FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE , OF TUESDAY, SEPT. 5. •. In the name anc: on the behalf of his Majesty. GEORGE, _ _ Our will and pleasure is, that all French vessels and cargoes that may been captured br detained by reason of the late 'declaration of host
07 September 1815 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
tant port in thcf Meaiterranean, ii itnorant till t..Mn of the battle of Waterloo, .would'he not little surpris,ed at meeting

tant port in thcf Meaiterranean, ii itnorant till t..Mn of the battle of Waterloo, .would'he not little surpris,ed at meeting

the soz-clisant . Emperor . on such ilcstidation. Brussels and Frankfort Papers,. of secent date, arrived yesterday. Preparations are making at Frankfort for the opening of the Diet of the Empire in that city, on the Ist Of November. The Danube has overflowed its banks in many p
07 September 1815 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MATLOCK. BATIL- D}.:11,111(-S-11:114E.- The . INCUMBENT MINISTER of thi interesting watering-place (late Head Master of a large Endowed Grammar School),

MATLOCK. BATIL- D}.:11,111(-S-11:114E.- The . INCUMBENT MINISTER of thi interesting watering-place (late Head Master of a large Endowed Grammar School),

RECEIVES the SONS of NOBLEMEN or GENTLEMEN to be PREPARED for the UNIVERSITIES. As the advantages offered both of a scholastic, religions, and omestic nature, are considerable, the terms requi . red with the Pzpils be liberal. For postpaid, Re ,. . G. 8., Post Offlce,
11 November 1843 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
lIE EIDER DOWN QUILT is the Warmest, the Lightest, and the most Elegant Covering. It is adapted for either the

lIE EIDER DOWN QUILT is the Warmest, the Lightest, and the most Elegant Covering. It is adapted for either the

Bed, the Couch, or the Carriage; and, for Invalids, its comfort cannot be duly appreciated without a trial.—To be seen in great variety only at HEAL and SON'S, French Bedding Factory, 196 (opposite the Chapel), Tottenhamcourt-road.
11 November 1843 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WOOLWICH PETTY SESSIONS, Nov. 11. (Before Sir John Webb, Col. Freeman, and C. Millington,

WOOLWICH PETTY SESSIONS, Nov. 11. (Before Sir John Webb, Col. Freeman, and C. Millington,

Esq.) Air. Lewis Davis, a pawnbroker and clothes-salesman, carrying on business at Woolwich, appeared before the Bench to answer an information framed under one of the clauses of the Mutiny Act, charging him with having unlawfully aided and assisted one William Ferguson Beetson
12 November 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England