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March 18, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
BOMBAY.

BOMBAY.

The intelligence from Scinde reaches—to the 25th ult. from Kurradice, and the 17th from Sukhur. At the former place fever was raging to an alarming extent among the troops, two officers and twelve men having died of it in the course of a week; and at the latter place her Majesty
March 18, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

On Monday, at three o'clock, M`Naughten was removed from Newgate to Bethlehem hospital. The warrant for his transmission, signed by the Secretary of State, was received by Mr. Cope, the governor of the prison, at an early hour in the day, and on its arrival that gentleman at onc
March 18, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
OUR CITY ARTICLE. LATEST NEWS,

OUR CITY ARTICLE. LATEST NEWS,

Several capitalists, sceptical as to the contemplated reduction of the 3i per cents., have at the latter part of the week sold Consols and purchased into the other Stock. If their view be correct, the change will be advantageous, as the difference in price between the two is but
March 18, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

['lle intelligence from abroad, during the present week, has been scanty in quantity, and far from important.] FRKNCE. From France we learn that Rear-Admiral Dupetit Thouars had written despatches to the Home Government, at Paris, "announcing that the Queen and the Chiefs of the
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
VIEW OF A GALLERY IN THE WEST WING.

VIEW OF A GALLERY IN THE WEST WING.

• __ These corridors, or rather galleries, are preserved at an equable temperature through every change of season, by the introduction of warm air pipes and stoves beneath the flooring, so constructed, that every patient's room has an equal degree of warmth. Each story has one o
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS.

FASHIONS.

Paris, 22nd March, 1843. MY mut SIR,—I had expected to have been able to have furnished ere this, with some important details of the changes expected in our world of fashion; but really so little alteration has taken place hitherto, and the change that has occurred, has in it so
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
had been in the habit of wearing. The silver teapot was the property of Lady Plater.—The meerschaum pipe was produced

had been in the habit of wearing. The silver teapot was the property of Lady Plater.—The meerschaum pipe was produced

by police-constable Brannan, of the N division, who said that the prisoner left it, with some other property, at the Bull Inn, Aidgate, on the day of the robbery. He had ascertained that, after leaving the inn, the prisoner hired a horse of a livery-stable keeper in the neighbou
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We have received a spirited letter complaining of the liberties Mr. Bunn has taken with various operas produced by him at Covent-garden. Perhaps the writer's charges are all correct—but who ever said that Mr. Bunn was anything like an arbiter elegantiarum in operatic affairs? If
April 8, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
JUDGE GURNEY AND CHARTIST JONES. We do not wonder at the misconduct imputed to the County Magistracy, when we bear

JUDGE GURNEY AND CHARTIST JONES. We do not wonder at the misconduct imputed to the County Magistracy, when we bear

in mind that Lord ABINGER has been arraigned, at the bar of public opinion, for scolding and abusing the Chartists, in his charge to the Grand Jury at Liverpool. This accusation has been apologised for by Ministers, but they could not deny it. Unhappily, the newspapers of this w
April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England