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23 February 1830 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
JEWS' DISABILITIES.

JEWS' DISABILITIES.

Mr. R. GRANT presented a petition from certain subjects of these realms of the Jewish persuasion, praying for a removal of the disabilities under which they laboured. He took that opportunity of stating that he had no intention of making any motion relative to the removal of tho
23 February 1830 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
04/04 Moils at, Whitt trial was made to bring to a sense of their dOils and that failed, an unfair

04/04 Moils at, Whitt trial was made to bring to a sense of their dOils and that failed, an unfair

mat shoold In) made, and attempts made outside to compel house to redress their grievances. The hon. member then adverted to the vote before the house, and entered a comparison of the amount of troops in the garrisons in 1702, and at the preterit period, observing, that before t
23 February 1830 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
4 gintlaaore a second time, _GAME LAWS. The Marquis of CHAND6S moysd for leave to bring in a hill for

4 gintlaaore a second time, _GAME LAWS. The Marquis of CHAND6S moysd for leave to bring in a hill for

the consolidation and amendment of the laws relative to game. The bill was brought in and read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time on the 9th of March. , Mr. G. LAMB moved for leave to faring in a bill for the purpose of amending the 34th of Geo. HI. relative ta d
23 February 1830 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
In 3s. 6d, THE QUESTION of REGISTRY or NO jt REGISTRY CONSIDERED, with reference to the of Landowners and Commercial

In 3s. 6d, THE QUESTION of REGISTRY or NO jt REGISTRY CONSIDERED, with reference to the of Landowners and Commercial

Credit, In a Letter to the Right Honourable Robert Peel. By 11. BELLENDEN KER, Esq. F.R.S. To which is added, the Plan of a Register proposed by the Commissioners for Inquiring into the Lows of Real Property. Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, ii, New Burlingtonstreet.
23 February 1830 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
(E,ll 1 . 011 1 C RAL twv.tilsti LONDON:—SATURDAY, MAnot 6. The Lisbon Gazette or the '23tl of February cotitains

(E,ll 1 . 011 1 C RAL twv.tilsti LONDON:—SATURDAY, MAnot 6. The Lisbon Gazette or the '23tl of February cotitains

the :following. Don Miguel is naturally very much delighted with the passage in the King's Speech which alluded to his affairs. The Lisbon ditor-dezterouslrenough insinuates that the division of 71 to 9 wee entirely on Don, Mi. . guel's account; and triumphs accordingly. Feb. 2Z
06 March 1830 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• - THE MARQUIS , OF LONDONDEttit NEW WORK.'' • • • In I vol., with map sun ' NALRRAT,

• - THE MARQUIS , OF LONDONDEttit NEW WORK.'' • • • In I vol., with map sun ' NALRRAT,

IVE of the late WAR i n MANY , and FRAN CE, by • Lieytenant peneral Willla Valle, MARQUIS of DElt it} ate. dm, • A work of very high political:od historical linportance„ that throws a remarkable light not only upon. these tremendous Milltary:Operetlons hut upon the motives and 4
06 March 1830 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
T 'COVENT-GARDEN AND DRURY-LANE SHARES, With Free Admission.s.—Br Mr. GEORGE ROBINS, on TUESDAY next. at Twelve. AN ANNUITY or RENT

T 'COVENT-GARDEN AND DRURY-LANE SHARES, With Free Admission.s.—Br Mr. GEORGE ROBINS, on TUESDAY next. at Twelve. AN ANNUITY or RENT

CHARGE of V. 51, A-year, secured on coy - ENT-GARDEN THE.VritE, held for upwards of years, and entitled to a Free Admission, transferrable annually. The prospect of the future regulAr payment of these annuities is now very satisfactory. Also, Two Renters' Shares in the splendid
29 May 1830 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• THE ADVOWSON AND NEXT PRESENTATION To the Rectory of Alresford, producing 3451. a-year, six miles from Colchester, the present

• THE ADVOWSON AND NEXT PRESENTATION To the Rectory of Alresford, producing 3451. a-year, six miles from Colchester, the present

Incumbent in his With year.---By Mr. GEORGE ROBINS, at the Auction Mart, near the Bank of England, on THURSDAY, June 17, at Twelve, 'THE PERPETUAL ADVOWSON and NEXT PRESENTATION to the LIVING of ALRESFORD, most delightfully situate about six miles fund Colchester. The Parsonage
29 May 1830 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CARPETS. ROBERT EMERSON has the honour to annonnee the' largest and most splendid stock of superior Brussels Carpets in -Europe,

CARPETS. ROBERT EMERSON has the honour to annonnee the' largest and most splendid stock of superior Brussels Carpets in -Europe,

amongst which are One Hundred entirely New Patterns. s. d. Highest price . . 3 per yard. • Second ditto . . 3 0 ditto. Lowest ditto . . 2 9 ditto. Superfine Moreen . 010 • ditto. Noblemen and Merchants requiring several hundred yards of one e attern, may be instantly suited ‘eit
29 May 1830 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England