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AN ILL-USED WOMAN.

AN ILL-USED WOMAN.

EXCHEQUER OF PLEAS.—E. COPPIELD v. FAGG.—J. COPviELD v. Faou.—These actions for damages were for the sake of convenience tried together. The two plaintiffs stood to each other in the relation of father and daughter. The defendant was the owner of a public-house _called the Horse
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. COBDEN, M.P. OF a career so distinguished and so well-known as that of RICHARD COBDEN, it is not necessary

MR. COBDEN, M.P. OF a career so distinguished and so well-known as that of RICHARD COBDEN, it is not necessary

in this place to say much. No epitome can serviceably compress what a volume would not be too ample to record. The great Free-trade leader was, as he is supposed recently to have signed himself in a well-known letter to the Times, a South Saxon, having been born at Miclhurst, in
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MAY 1, 1862:

MAY 1, 1862:

Don Carlos Lopez, the present enlightened President of the State of Pararay, and it is confidently hoped that these able men will restore constitutional government to the republics on the eastern coast of South America, and open the rivers of that magnificent territory to the co
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

Grisi made her first appearance this season, on Thursday, as Norma. Her reception was enthusiastic. The instant she was seen advancing from the back of the stage, an actual shout burst from every part of the house, and reiterated thunders of applause continued for several minute
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
The Twenty-fifth Edition of

The Twenty-fifth Edition of

NEUROTONICS; or, the Art of Strengthening the Nerves, containing Remarks on the Influence of the Nerves upon the Health, the Spirits, and the Temper, with RR account of a New Remedy for Chronic Diseases, Debility, Nervousness, Habitual Melancholy, or Low Spirits, Indigestio n ,
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY NEWS AND CHRONICLE.

THE WEEKLY NEWS AND CHRONICLE.

the President, and tells them that they are not at liberty to construe that oath as pledged in a general way to the chief of the State, but that they must understar.d it as a special pledge of fidelity to the person of the Prince. This article also talks about anarchy having fle
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MILITIA BILL.-ADJOURNED DEBATE.

MILITIA BILL.-ADJOURNED DEBATE.

Mr. MOFFATT resumed the adjourned debate on the second reading of the Militia Bill. Assuming that the necessity of some measure was made out, his conviction was that we could have no less efficient means of defence than the militia, and none more expensive. The statement of the
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES IN HIGH LIFE. The relationship existing between the families of Sutherland and Grosvenor was, on Wednesday, further cemented by

MARRIAGES IN HIGH LIFE. The relationship existing between the families of Sutherland and Grosvenor was, on Wednesday, further cemented by

the alliance of the eldest son of the Marquis of Westminster with the youngest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Sutherland. The Chapel Royal, attached to St. James's Palace, in which, by the gracious permission of her Majesty, the marriage rite was performed, was a great poin
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
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December 8, 1850 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MESSRS. COCKS'S NEW MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS. LABITZKY'S QUADRILLE OF ALL NATIONS, dedicated by special permission to H.R.H. Prince Albert; performed 16

MESSRS. COCKS'S NEW MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS. LABITZKY'S QUADRILLE OF ALL NATIONS, dedicated by special permission to H.R.H. Prince Albert; performed 16

consecutive nights at the Grand National Concerts, and invariably encored twice or three times nightly, may now be had as Piano Solo, 4e; Piano Duet, Be; Orahestra, 8s • 'Violin and Piano, 4s. COCKS'S MUSICAL MISCELLANY for DECEMBER, Price 2d; Stamped, 3d—Contents: Music—Sanctus
December 8, 1850 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England