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HATTONtirAßDEV — Yesteiday, Mrs. Solomons Wolf, wife j of Mr. Solomons Wolf, jeweller, of Oxford-street, attended at _!iis office with her s-»n, aged 13 years, apprentice to Mr. | David, tailor, af Theobai Lf's-row, Red Lion-square, for the pur--* ?? master. Dub?, the o__ceiy st
January 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TO THK KDITOR OF THK STANDARD.

TO THK KDITOR OF THK STANDARD.

Poor-law Commission Office, Somerset House, January 18, 1839. Sir, — I have the honour to transmit to you the enclosed copy of a communication which the Poor-law Com- missioners have received from the board of guardians of the Wimborne and Cranborne union, with relation to the s
January 19, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BIRTH. Jan. 15, the Honourable Mrs. Yorke Scarlett, ot ' 1 ter, still-born. MARRIAGES. Jan. 17, at Clapham Church, the

BIRTH. Jan. 15, the Honourable Mrs. Yorke Scarlett, ot ' 1 ter, still-born. MARRIAGES. Jan. 17, at Clapham Church, the

Rev. John T. D*J of the Rev. Joseph Darby, of Epsom, to Emma, tbi** ter of Charles Coles, Esq., of Clapham. Jan. 17, at Bloxham, Oxfordshire, John H3B* Newent, Gloucestershire, to Elizabeth, eldest dajj the late Richard Holloway, Esq., of Harlescote, shire. Jan. 17, at St. Paul'
January 19, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
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
 
THE QUEEN'S RK PORTED MARRIAGE.

THE QUEEN'S RK PORTED MARRIAGE.

(From the Oxford Herald.) A little latitude of inventive speculation is by custom due to the metropolitan newspapers upon the eve of the parlia- mentary session. Much is expected by readers from jour- nalists who generally have nothing to tell with certainty. Charity, therefore,
January 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE PRIESTS ASAIN..(From the Limerick

THE PRIESTS ASAIN..(From the Limerick

THE PRIESTS ASAIN. (From the Limerick Standard.) The Poor-law Bill has disqualified clergymen of every per - masion from being elected guardians under the act. It .v ould have been doing much more good to have made penal my intei ference on the part of these incendiaries, in the
January 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
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[No. 4545. MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 1839. Price sd._\
January 14, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
PRESENT ASPECT OF POLITICAL AFFAIRS.

PRESENT ASPECT OF POLITICAL AFFAIRS.

(From the Oxford Herald.) We have arrived nearly within a month of the day when parliament must meet, and when they who have adminis- tered the government of the empire must give an account of their conduct; and if they hope to retain office, must mark at least an outline of the
January 5, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England