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THE COMMITTEE FOR CONDUCTING THE AFFAIRS OF THE METROPOLITAN BEERSELLERS' PROTECTION SOCIETY, RESPECTFULLY apprise the Subscribers , and others interested

THE COMMITTEE FOR CONDUCTING THE AFFAIRS OF THE METROPOLITAN BEERSELLERS' PROTECTION SOCIETY, RESPECTFULLY apprise the Subscribers , and others interested

in the NEW BEER TRADE, that the ensuing ANNIVERSARY DINNER of the above Association, will be held at HIGHBUBY-BARN TAVERN, Lower Islington, on THURSDAY, 9th 1838. H. WARBURTON, ESQ. M.P. Has kindly consented to take the Chair. DINNER on the Table at THREE o'CLocx.—TICKETS,P.is.
August 5, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE PAWNBROKERS AND THE PUBLIC.

THE PAWNBROKERS AND THE PUBLIC.

IN our last number, we discussed the merits and demerits of the pawnbroking system. We have given the subject mature deliberation, and feel ourselves justified in arriving at the conclusion that the existence of pawnbroking is a public benefit, and not, as the wiseacres of the D
July 15, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
VAUXHALL GARDENS.

VAUXHALL GARDENS.

NOTWITHSTANDING professor Murphy had predicted rain, wina, and change for the whole of the week, the weather, it would seem, heeds not his incantations, but has alighted, with genial auspices, on this metropolit an summer ' s residence of the nymphs and sylvan deities. The garde
July 15, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
MR. SPRING RICE.

MR. SPRING RICE.

THE vituperations of the Tory press have been directed' against Mr. Rice, in his character of chancellor of the exchequer, in a manner quite in accordance with its love of malignity and misrepresentation. He has been denounced as a man totally unfit for the onerous duties of his
July 15, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
CIVIS. ftwrign Kntrilignur.

CIVIS. ftwrign Kntrilignur.

FRANCE. TIIE quarrel with Mexico appears to be farther from an amicable adjustment than ever. It appears that the French naval bquadron had stopped more than four Mexican vessels, and taken off the rudder of a New Orleans sloop on the point of quitting Tampico. They represent th
October 7, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
EGYPT.

EGYPT.

A crisis is now approaching in the affairs of this countq, which may draw a more particular attention from the European powers than hitherto has been directed to this quarter. The uninterrupted tide of prosperity which has borne Mehemet thus far in his enterprising career appear
October 7, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
STYLE OF DANCING.

STYLE OF DANCING.

Having thus explained the real character and profession of the Bayadcres, we shall advert to their performances, which are generally admitted to be much more decent than those encouraged in the theatres of Europe. The great charm of their dances consists almost wholly in those e
October 7, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE CROWN.

THE CROWN.

LONDON, OcronEß 7,1838. THE members of "The London Working Men's Association" have issued an address to the productive classes of England, and we elsewhere give a faithful epitome of its contents. In their declaration that intemperance is one of the most prolific sources of deba
October 7, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
liarottiat THE MARYLEBONE VESTRY, ITS DOINGS AND UNDOINGS.

liarottiat THE MARYLEBONE VESTRY, ITS DOINGS AND UNDOINGS.

Tins vestry met on Saturday, as usual, to undo what was done the week before. On Saturday week it was decided by a large majority of the Board that Oxford. street should not be re-paved; but, "put not faith in the vestry of Marylebone." The public may have thought this question
October 7, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE ESTABLISHMENT.

THE ESTABLISHMENT.

I. The amount of gains arising from this branch of the establishment will be ascertained on the Ist of July, 1843; and the whole will then be divided among the assured, according to the amount and duration of each respective policy; such profits will either be added, at the opti
July 29, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England