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ECCLESIASTICAL BOARD. (From the Dublin Evening Mail.) From the constitution of this &are, and taking into consideration the resident commissioners,

ECCLESIASTICAL BOARD. (From the Dublin Evening Mail.) From the constitution of this &are, and taking into consideration the resident commissioners,

who may be supposed to give a tone to the sub-,fficials connected with this establishment, we never had any great expectations that it would be distinguished for a superabundant civility towards those unfortunate individuals who might be necessitated to have communications with
26 July 1834 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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26 July 1834 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WORKING SILVERSMITH and GOLDSMITH.—THOMAS COX SAVORY informs the Public, that for the convenience of larger premises, he has removed from

WORKING SILVERSMITH and GOLDSMITH.—THOMAS COX SAVORY informs the Public, that for the convenience of larger premises, he has removed from

No. 54 to No. 47, Corn hill, where he will continue to avail himself of the advantage which (by combining the usually separate trades of manufacturer and retailer,) he possesses, being able to supply the Public without the needless addition of the profit of the merely retail Sil
26 July 1834 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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26 July 1834 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRASER'S MAGAZINE FOR JANUARY.

FRASER'S MAGAZINE FOR JANUARY.

In an opening address Fraser furnishes a resume' of the contents of this number of the Magazine, which, as it evinces as much truth as modesty, we do not hesitate to transcribe for the benefit of our readers : "Our present Number is not exactly the specimen which we should wish
05 January 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CO RN EXCHANGE. During yesterday and to-day the nietitpolis having been visited by a dense tog, vet y few fresh

CO RN EXCHANGE. During yesterday and to-day the nietitpolis having been visited by a dense tog, vet y few fresh

arrivals of any description of grain came to hand, and to-day our market . was rather thinly .attended, and from the density of the tOg it wits so difficult to ascertain the quality of the grain by the samples, that very little business was transacted. Fine wheat maintained Mond
19 January 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEW FABLE OF THE WOLF AND THE LAMB.

NEW FABLE OF THE WOLF AND THE LAMB.

(From the Speech of Dr. Cooke at the Belfast Festival.) - These gentry remind me of the well-known fable of the. shepherds, the dogs, the wolf, and the sheep. Once on a time—when, you can discover yourselves—a goodly /lock of sheep and lambs were grazing in a meadow; they belong
05 January 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Mr. YALrY has just lIISTOR George Il By the Rev. T. S. HUH Being a Continuati, , n innifor ,

Mr. YALrY has just lIISTOR George Il By the Rev. T. S. HUH Being a Continuati, , n innifor ,

This Continu , itioi done. It is the hest H Magazine. Mr. Hughes's und, he has. however. exec* understanding and his and critical history of ancient or modern thn Printed and publishi Fleet-strest ; and sold I
05 January 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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SHXP wws.

BY DAY'S POST. - DF.AL, Feb. 24.—NNW, blowing bard.—Arrived. the Urania. B erg h b .fr on Monte Video; and the Dart, Ormston. from Madeira. Sailed the whole of the outward-bound, except the Druid, for : Montserrat, and several o! hvrs. • PORTSMOUTH, Feb. 24.—N N , blowing ha:V.—
25 February 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
13, Great Marlboroug . h-street. BURKE'S . NEW PEERAGE AND IIfIONETAGE, FoR 1837, 1S NOW READY, 13 , •autifully prin•ed

13, Great Marlboroug . h-street. BURKE'S . NEW PEERAGE AND IIfIONETAGE, FoR 1837, 1S NOW READY, 13 , •autifully prin•ed

his very thick volume, Bvo., price 38a. bsund, priaing a quantity of matter nearly equal to 3,) ordinary volumes, with all the recent Crew ions, :ma much new matter for the that time introduced—the Engravings of the Armorial Bearings incorpo:ated with the text on the new plantor
25 February 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England