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PHRENOLOGY-

PHRENOLOGY-

P ,---- ÜBLIC attention is solic i t e d t o thi s S c i ence as practised on Christian principles, by Mr. BUNNEY, 62, REGENT'S QUADRANT. Phrenology is emphatically the Science of Mind; and it enables persons to ascertain what points of their character are defective without bein
12 May 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
JOHN BULL—for two distinct publications, viz.,Sunday & Monday 18,000 17,000 16 ,00 I 51,000 AGE, (Saturday and Sunday) 6,000 6,000

JOHN BULL—for two distinct publications, viz.,Sunday & Monday 18,000 17,000 16 ,00 I 51,000 AGE, (Saturday and Sunday) 6,000 6,000

6,000 18,000 ARGUS, for TWELVE Weeks, SIXTY-THREE. THOUSAND.
12 May 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
FRANKS'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COAPIBA.

FRANKS'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COAPIBA.

IVITHIIq a period of Two Months, upwards of Three Hundred Patients were successfully treated at the Metropolitan Hospitals • with FRANKS'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION of COFAII3A. By Joseph Henry Green, Esq., F.R.S., one of the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons, Surgeon to St. Thom
24 March 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
The Frequent Robberies of Plate. CO l4 AUTION.—It having been represented to RIPP and BURTON that several persons are vending

The Frequent Robberies of Plate. CO l4 AUTION.—It having been represented to RIPP and BURTON that several persons are vending

a spurious metal as Nickel Silver British Plate, they assure the Public that the genuine artic t ot only be had at the Warehouses, 12 , Wells - street , Oxford - street. The Nickel British Plate, manufactured by Rippon and Burton, is, by a chemical pr° o si rendered superior to
24 March 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
out of which 50,000/. was paid to her,Majesty ; from which she maintained all her Ladies of the Bedchamber, and

out of which 50,000/. was paid to her,Majesty ; from which she maintained all her Ladies of the Bedchamber, and

other female attendants; so that this 50,000/., being included in the comparative expenditure in both reigns, must be considered as part of the increase; thus making the Civil List of her present Majesty 10,000/. more than that of his late Majesty. It is, however, just to state,
24 March 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Mar. 16th, in Cumberland-place, the Hon. E. Butler, Lieut. H.M' Hon. Corps,of Gentlemen-at-Arms, and son of the Right Hort. Lord Dune boyne, to Emma, daughter of A. Baily, Esq., of Cumberland-place - Regent's-park. 14th, at Salisbury, B. Ford, Esq., of Southampton, tug Martha, d
24 March 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
INDIAN AFFAIRS.

INDIAN AFFAIRS.

IT is quite impossible for any one to form a just or rational opinion on the policy and operations of our Indian government, who regards them through the medium of home party prejudices. Whig and Tory must be forgotten, as names associating ideas altogether unknown to the Coloni
10 February 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
PRICES CURRENT.

PRICES CURRENT.

10 February 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
C. NICHOLSON'S FLUTES.

C. NICHOLSON'S FLUTES.

rp .PROWS, of 13, -11ANW.A.Y-STREET, 0-X--JL • FORD-STREET (sole manufacturer of FLUTES for the late Mr. Charles Nicholson) returns his grateful acknowledgments to Flute Professors and Amateurs for the very liberal patronage bestowed on him since his commencement in business. Ha
21 April 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
THE SANDWICH SWAMP.—The ministerial hacks of the press are in extacies—positively delirious—in announcing the election of Sir Rufane Donkin as

THE SANDWICH SWAMP.—The ministerial hacks of the press are in extacies—positively delirious—in announcing the election of Sir Rufane Donkin as

member for Sandwich. Before six months have past over his head, Sir Rufane will find that, nathless the influence, pro. tem., of his brother-in-law, the great Admiralty Cormorant, he might as well have been dubbed member for the Sandwich Islands; for it is clear that he never wo
17 February 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England