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9. 1836.

9. 1836.

March 9, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
was about to enter into affair in which, as she alleged, Boulay had been the cause of her losing nearly

was about to enter into affair in which, as she alleged, Boulay had been the cause of her losing nearly

2001. Mr. Rawlinson, however, cut the matter short by holding dbs Smith to bail. QUEEN-SQUARE—In consequence of the publicity given the former examinations of Louis Breton, a well-dressed young Frenchman, who stands charged with having committed numerous obberies at the Italian
June 6, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
EAST INDIA SHIPPING

EAST INDIA SHIPPING

The Hibernia. Gillies, from Bengal, the Downs—sailed from Calcutta loth April, lath Simon’s Ray, 20th July, and St- Helena 1 August. Passengers. Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. Raker, Mrs. Boulton, Airs. Fry, two Miss Boultons, T. C. Plowdeu.Fsq. C.B. (died Lieut. Anderson, II
September 30, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Mr. STRANG’S NEW WORK GERMANY and the GERMANS, Just published, in vols. Bvo., beautifully illustrated. Germany in mdcccxxxi. Mr. Strung’s

Mr. STRANG’S NEW WORK GERMANY and the GERMANS, Just published, in vols. Bvo., beautifully illustrated. Germany in mdcccxxxi. Mr. Strung’s

work valuable one, and inter, sting throughout. In relation to the state ot literature and literary men in Germany, it is a rich harvest field, hitherto comparatively untouched. but in which the author has laboured zealously and well.’* —Athenaeum, 2d Notice. John Macrone, Sr. J
September 21, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
The PRINCE of CANINO’S MEMOIRS. Nearly ready, in Bvo. EMOIttS ofLUCIEN iVJL UONAPARTE, Prince of Canino. Written Himself. Kdi'ionsof this

The PRINCE of CANINO’S MEMOIRS. Nearly ready, in Bvo. EMOIttS ofLUCIEN iVJL UONAPARTE, Prince of Canino. Written Himself. Kdi'ionsof this

impurunt Work will appesr in liOndon, Paris, and New Votk, on the2sth instant. Saunders and Otlcy. Coniluit-nrert. Hanoeer-sqnare. THE QUARTERLY REVIEW, No. CXIII., will be pabiisfaetl on St/Xl\ CONTENTS: I. Expeditions on the Amazon. 11. Downtall of Heathenism. 111. Talcs of th
September 21, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FPENCU PAPERS. (From the Journaldu Commerce.") A journal of this morning states that it hears from a certain source that

FPENCU PAPERS. (From the Journaldu Commerce.") A journal of this morning states that it hears from a certain source that

General Bertrand has accepted the War Department. According to another journal the department has been divided into two portions, in order to get over the difficulties which presented themselves; one being given to Gen. Schramm, who will have the immediate direction of military
September 21, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE CROPS.

THE CROPS.

Sussex.— An experienced agriculturist, writing to his friend, observes as to Sussex generally, that although there has been this year a continuance of more than usual Midsummer heat, there never was finer lime to make good hay from an abundant crop of grass ; that wheat, it is t
July 11, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DEATHS*

DEATHS*

Rev. Dr. Grant, one of the ministers of St. Andrew’s Church, Edinburgh. Rev. Wm. Fletcher, 29, at Bury, Lancashire, late curate of Sutton cum Duckmanton, Derby. Rev. Dr. James Britton. 77. vicar of Bassail, and of Yorkshire. At Yarmouth. Isle of Wight, Rev. H. W. Wilder. 37. of
July 11, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WATERFORD and LIVERPOOL, callin' Portsmouth and Dartmouth, to and from London. Tl V A RET, Cant R. Gosson, will atari

WATERFORD and LIVERPOOL, callin' Portsmouth and Dartmouth, to and from London. Tl V A RET, Cant R. Gosson, will atari

from off East*la: f Von stair* on SUNDAY MORNING NEXT, r k All Good? intended for this Vessel must be «r Hibernia Steam Packet Wharf, adjoining London Bridge, o. r. Seven o’clock on Saturday Evening, re farther information apply Wm. and George Borradaile, « Rucklershury ; or to
December 30, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
•mounting to hurricane, have continued to the preaent tin almost without intermission. The fall of bail and snow excee> •nv

•mounting to hurricane, have continued to the preaent tin almost without intermission. The fall of bail and snow excee> •nv

thing have witnessed f..r several years. Since Saturd; all the mails have been either delayed or entirely stopped. T 1 London mail Saturday arrived nearly two hours aft* time. The Leeds mail due on Saturday noon was not receive* until Sunday, and the London mail due on Sunday af
December 30, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England