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tied to their bodies. Will Feargus O'Connor's ad" herents allow themselves to be used by him, as were the wild

tied to their bodies. Will Feargus O'Connor's ad" herents allow themselves to be used by him, as were the wild

beasts by the old general? He knows well that his "link-boys" or "torch-bearers" can accomplish no public purpose. The man is Nesbitt-bitten, and looks only to stage effect. But at length his tongue is likely to have a bridle set upon it—his torches will probably lose their ghas
December 9, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
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December 9, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
QUEEN-SQUARE.

QUEEN-SQUARE.

Mary Butcher, a very fashionably-attired and pretty-looking young woman, was placed at the bar, charged with shop-lifting. Charles Mackintosh, an assistant to John and James Griffiths, hosiers, of Tothill street, Westminster, stated that at about ten o'clock this morning the pri
December 9, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET.-Fm DAY.

MONEY MARKET.-Fm DAY.

There has been very little variation in the value of the British securities, and the amount of speculative business transacted has been unimportant. Money in the Stock Exchange is still somewhat scarce, and the demand for capital in the City generally is improving. A fair amount
December 9, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
The Linen Drapers', Silk Mercers', Lacemen's, Haberdashers' and Hosiers' Institution. A BALL, under the patronage of Thomas Johnston, Esq., and

The Linen Drapers', Silk Mercers', Lacemen's, Haberdashers' and Hosiers' Institution. A BALL, under the patronage of Thomas Johnston, Esq., and

Thomas Wood, Esq., Aldermen and Sheriffs of the City of London. THOMAS HELPS, Esq., President, the Vice Presidents and Trustees, Will be held at WILLIS' ROOMS, KING-STREET, ST. JAMES'S, On Thursday, December 13, 1838. Double Tickets, to admit a Lady and Gentleman. 21s. Single di
December 9, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
WHITE'S ESSENCE of EGLANTINE for the HANDKERCHIEF, a most delightful perfume, distilled from the choicest flowers, retaining its scent to

WHITE'S ESSENCE of EGLANTINE for the HANDKERCHIEF, a most delightful perfume, distilled from the choicest flowers, retaining its scent to

an unlimited period, and in any climate. Prepared only by Thomas White, Chemist, 24, Cornhill, London. In bottles at 2s. 6d. and 4s. 64. each. Sold also by the following Agents :—Mr. Binnington, 35, Hayniarket ; Mr. Wagstaff, 122, Piccadilly; Mr. Sanger, 150, Oxford-street; Mr.
December 9, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Varitainentarp ntaligence.

Varitainentarp ntaligence.

HOUSE OF LORDS. MONDAY.—Lord EBRINGTON, in the House of Peers, having previously taken the oaths and his seat as Baron Fortescue, called their lordships' attention to the attack which had been made against him one evening last week by Lord Lyndhurst. The defence was triumphant.
March 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON PRECURSORS. DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL Tuesday the Precursors of London gave Mr. O'Connell a dinner at Highbury Barn

THE LONDON PRECURSORS. DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL Tuesday the Precursors of London gave Mr. O'Connell a dinner at Highbury Barn

tavern, for the purpose of comme° morating the establishment of that society in London. There were between 800 and 900 perions at down to dinner, and the gallery was literally crammed to suffocation with ladies. Among those who sat down to dinner, we noticed Mr. C. Brien, M.P. f
March 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
HA.TT6N-GARDEN.

HA.TT6N-GARDEN.

Information was received of the following afflicting case :—lt appears that a poor man, residing at No. 1, Summer's-court, Summer'sstreet, near Hatton-garden, with his wife, who is a cripple, had been for a length of time in the most abject distress, and whilst crossing his room
March 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

May 23, F. Schenck and J. Heapy, Brighton, watchmakers—April 1, E. Keeler, Canterbury, dealer in china and glass—April 3, Mary Robinson, Leeds, bookseller and stationer—April 1, R. Wilkinson, Shrewsbury, draper—April 1, T. Jennings, jun., Canterbury, slate.. merchant—April 2, J.
March 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England