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August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
MR. REYNOLDS'S NEW WORK. On the list instant be published, 1, price and illustrated with Two Steel Engra%ings, ALFRED DE

MR. REYNOLDS'S NEW WORK. On the list instant be published, 1, price and illustrated with Two Steel Engra%ings, ALFRED DE

ROSANN. By G. W. M. REIT. :Imam, Author of" Pickwick Abroad," Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, Paternoster-row The September ONTIILYMApAZI: 1. Alfred De Rosann (continued). By G. W. M. Resoolds. With I Number of the NE will contain the fol- Literature. George Sand: By G. W. M. Reyn
August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

(Before Mr. SERJEANT ADAMS, and a full Bench of Magistrates.) The Sessions ; for the County commenced at Hick's Hall, on Clerkenwell-green. • Colson, a lad thirteen years of age, was convicted of stealing from his mother a rug and a bed curtain. The Jury accompanied their verdic
August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
"THE ETHICS OF HORSEDEALING."

"THE ETHICS OF HORSEDEALING."

He says, (p. 351.) "The Ethics of Horsedealing are very peculiar; there is only one other case in which gentlemen appear, by a sort of conventional understanding, to be excused for leaving their honesty behind them. I have found to my cost, that no man thinks the worse of a frie
August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
ORIGIN OF EMINENT LAWYERS.

ORIGIN OF EMINENT LAWYERS.

The late Lords Eldon and Stowell were the sons of a barge master and small coal-dealer at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Lord Stowell borrowed forty pounds to go the circuit, and both supported themselves for a time by their talents as private tutors.—The late Lord Tenterden was the son o
August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
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August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
TEEM—IMPORTANT to the PUBLlC.—Monsieur MALLAN and SON, Surgeon-Dentist, 32, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, and 16, Prince's-street, Hanover-square, respectfully acqtytint their Friends

TEEM—IMPORTANT to the PUBLlC.—Monsieur MALLAN and SON, Surgeon-Dentist, 32, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, and 16, Prince's-street, Hanover-square, respectfully acqtytint their Friends

and the Public, that, in consequence of their Improvealents in the Mechanical Department of Dentistry, they are enabled to lteduce and Charge to the follow:ng scale: — r. ti. A single artificial Tooth - set A• set of natural Teeth on fine gold plate - - 15 0 0 set of Mons. Malla
August 26, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
For this purpose it is proposed to raise, by means of Shares of £1 each, a sum sufficient to give

For this purpose it is proposed to raise, by means of Shares of £1 each, a sum sufficient to give

the trade a controlling interest, both in its property and circulation. The outlines of the plan by which this is to be accomplished, arc as follow The number of shares to be 3,000, to be of the value of £1 each, and to be paid for by four equal Quarterly instalments. The manage
December 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
RIOTOUS OUTRAGES AT TODMORDEN.

RIOTOUS OUTRAGES AT TODMORDEN.

THE anti poor-law agitation of Mr. John Fielder', M.P., and Mr. Feargus ()'Connor has produced its natural fruits, by converting the peaceful vale of Todmorden into a scene of riot. Yesterday week Mr. Feather, the assistant deputy constable of Halifax, and King, the serjeant of
December 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
GERMANY.

GERMANY.

HAMBURGH, Nov. 22.--Stankiewitz, suspected of having murdered the spy Crelak at Cracow, and who had fled, has been again arrested in the territory of Cracow itself. MUNICH, Nov. 20.—M. V. Sevein, the Russian ambassador at this court, went this afternoon in state, with all the me
December 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England