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THE DLXX AND NAPOLEON.

THE DLXX AND NAPOLEON.

In the I ist i ' T°, the John Rull ' ) addressed to " D,lke ' a diB Patcheswe find a letter nimitvaii. 1 exil'.Y ?? "" ' J n * vhlch his "--race's magna- Thfs is tliMett' ,J_ C ' pleS "•*"*" «*Plende.itly. " TO SIR CHARLES STUART, G.C.B. "My dear Stuart t ?? " o i7 in, ?? J '»>e
January 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, DEC. 31.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, DEC. 31.

The sessions commenced this morning before the Lord Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, and Sheriffs. The calendar con- tains a list of about 90 prisoners. (Before the Recorder.) Thomas Gowland, a teacher of dancing, was indicted for having committed wilful and corrupt perjury in having
January 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THl^'*VE^ T j^ fc V A r L ' DRUR V-LANE. His &_.lttfteji.i be performed the Gnand hairy Ballet of

THl^'*VE^ T j^ fc V A r L ' DRUR V-LANE. His &_.lttfteji.i be performed the Gnand hairy Ballet of

Ti v ia" AjTH'E SPIRIT Of AIB. Nr H,rf . • r \, VielM " ,: Thionvi'le, Mr. Gilbert; Beaujeu, M *7 fc;„l~-i U v n r- HE! P Gi " b "«i Tin Queen of .he Geaii M. ?? Uiu,, Miss Hall : ?? Madame Simon. Ar,.„i r r h^ _1 ' liE ILLU3TRIOUB STRANGER. Soirerv?n_^ r "i.- " nks _. Benjairin
January 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—D*_c 31. • ' i

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—D*_c 31. • ' i

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.— D*_c 31 • ' i Charge to the Grand Jery.— The grand jury having been einpannelied and sworn, the Recorder addressed them to the folio iving effect : — Gentlemen of the grand jury— The interval 'between the last and the present se-sion has been extremely sh
January 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL ,\AFY, $c.

THE ROYAL ,\AFY, $c.

( From the Hampshire Ttle graph.) PORTSMOUTH, Dec 29 Advices from Malta tothe 12th. state that the followi-ii. ships arc in port:— The Princess Charlotte, 104, Ceylon, ?? 84 Vanguard, 80, Bellerophon, 80, Hastings, 74. Minilen ' ?? Barham, 50, Carysfort, 26, Dido, 18, Hazard, 18
January 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTEL LICENCE.

UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTEL LICENCE.

OXFORD, Dec 31. We regret to announce the sudden death of Tilleman Hodgskinson Bobart, Esq., Esquire Bedel of Law, which took place last night at his house in Holywell. The day of elecion for a successor to the Bedelship is fixed for Thursday ne.t, at one o'clock; Intelligence h
January 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
EASTERN COUNTIES RAILWAY WORKS.

EASTERN COUNTIES RAILWAY WORKS.

For the whole of this end is said to be a viaduct, and until you come to about the Jews' burial-ground, all that he says is done is, that there is a viaduct between Cambridge-. (I believe this should be called Dog) Row and Devonshirestreet in progress, that is for not 37 chains.
January 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
546

546

MORECAMBE BAY SCHEME. Will they go on paying away their money and receive in exchange, with contented credulity, the mountebank puffs weekly manufactured to cajole and bamboozle them? They are not wont to be so lax. Let them awake. Let them look into the affairs of this concern
January 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
562 GLASGOW, PAISLEY, AND GREENOCK RAILWAY.

562 GLASGOW, PAISLEY, AND GREENOCK RAILWAY.

mediate cutting, extending to full three miles, and including the permanent way, does not collectively exceed the sum of 30,8001. Considering the nature of these operations, and the fact that twenty-three streets and roads are crossed by bridges, two of them of five arches each,
January 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
KENT RAILWAYS.

KENT RAILWAYS.

save that distance to Dover. It then proceeds to Canterbury, which would be 23 miles nearer than by the South-Eastern by way of Red Hill, and from thence to Sandwich and Deal. Rochester would be approached by a branch 8 miles from Maidstone, and would be 42 miles from London, an
January 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England