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30 November 1829 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
In 1 vol. post Bvo., 10s. 6d., /TRAVELS IN THE E A S T. By JOHN CARNE, Esq., Author of

In 1 vol. post Bvo., 10s. 6d., /TRAVELS IN THE E A S T. By JOHN CARNE, Esq., Author of

'Letters from the East." Printed uniformly and in continuation of that Work. Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 8, New Burlington -street.
30 November 1829 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
Our publication cormnenced this - morning at five o'clock.

Our publication cormnenced this - morning at five o'clock.

30 November 1829 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
LAW NOTICES.

LAW NOTICES.

ROLLS' COURT.—Petitions.—Sandwich v. Cornwallis; Law v. Thompson • Carter v. Carter ; Gordon v. Go r d on ; S o l way v . J aco b ; Townsliend v. Townshend; Attorney-General v. Llandaff ; Ashe v. Keate ; Francklin v. Francklin ; Rowley v. Rowley; Broughton v. Carey ; Brown v. Tr
30 November 1829 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

MA NSION-HOUSE.....SINGULAR CHARGR OF ROBBERY.—On Saturday J. Malpas, a man of respectable appearance, and his wife, were brought before the lord mayor, charged under the following extraordinary circumstances :- -Jenkins, a Welsh farmer, just arrived in town, stated that on Tues
30 November 1829 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
_ At a Pub 1ic , 5 0 3 4 1 . 1 . to Is. " f ['he resto

_ At a Pub 1ic , 5 0 3 4 1 . 1 . to Is. " f ['he resto

t ° usiness a di ntai as the well supp.or;;:, ,dcw' 715., Tn . . 6 d. 6d. to for fore., the foutl_1301) rs iequire esent a dver T; pinion for c u ' op rices. The 4 b cc o f e id. per CO n of the Po chore sr wrer ; P. at I. I Id for the " 2s. P er $ 5/. 125. a!e at Pre e is tir J
30 November 1829 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
not intended for able yong men, but for the aged and infirm. Now, sir, these are reasons why I ask

not intended for able yong men, but for the aged and infirm. Now, sir, these are reasons why I ask

you how a free-born Englishman is to get a honest living in a free country, when he happens to be out off work, without runing the risk of being sent to prison. Sir, I shall conclude this by thanking you for advocating the interests of the poor, and pointing out to you a plan wh
30 November 1829 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
BOOKS PUBLISHED.

BOOKS PUBLISHED.

rHE WORKS of HENRY ISAACSON, the Chrono; lager; containing the Life of Bishop Andrews, and History h s the Plantation and Increa i se of the Christian Religion, with the ("Rises crept into it, and the Reformation of the same, &c., with tliroinary Remarks on the Popish Question.
30 November 1829 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
In 3 vols. post Bvo. TALES OF AN INDIAN CAMP. Contents :—ThelMother of the World—The Man of Ashes —The Phantom

In 3 vols. post Bvo. TALES OF AN INDIAN CAMP. Contents :—ThelMother of the World—The Man of Ashes —The Phantom

Woman—The Fire Spilit—The Lake of the White Canoe—The Devil of Cape Higgin—The Bird of Ages—The Wahconda's Son—Pomatare, the Flying Beaver—The Teton's Pal adise —Tim Two Ghosts—The King of the Elks—The Island of Eagles —The Idols—Sakecliak, the Hunter—The Two Chappewees—The Alar
30 November 1829 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
ASHTON'S CH.AUFFERETTE.

ASHTON'S CH.AUFFERETTE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING JOURNAL. "Homo sum, et nihul humanum a me alicuum puto." Sin—lmpressed with the propriety of the above sentiment I am most anxious to communicate to the public an invention in which every individual is extensively interested; for that which in any wa
30 November 1829 - New Times (London) - London, London, England