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ARCHES' COURT.

ARCHES' COURT.

TUESDAY. SCRIVENER r. SCRIVENER.—nis was a suit for divorce by reason of adultery, prosecuted by the husband against the wife. The ca , e was originally instituted in the Consistorial Court of London, and the Learned Judge of that Court pronounced in favour of the husband, and g
April 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
ASSISTAWEIL

ASSISTAWEIL

TBM&Li SL&VEILY...THE 11M..14P11 In continuing our observations upon the extremely cruel system of which the young creatures whose cause we have espoused are the victims, we are far more anxious to use the lan of persuasion than that of invective. We would appeal to sympathies,
April 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL

NATIONAL

...*. 11LOWD/lIL Mr. John Collins, Delegate from Birmingham, in the chair. Mr. Lovett, the Secretary, read the following letters :—From Mr. Munu, Birmingham, stating that he had neither vouchers or documents to return, as he had never been the Treasurer to the National Fund ther
April 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
a NEW DISCOVERY IN 'DEM

a NEW DISCOVERY IN 'DEM

a NEW DISCOVERY IN MlloWtienusr, fr 2, Fleet-street, to introdnee an entleely descliptmn of ATI Fillt , t I TEETH, thed without springs, or :matures, at ~ t rietls nuslerat, They so perfectly resemble the natural teeth a. not to be dininsuiehed from the mono's by the closest obse
April 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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COMMITTAL OF CHIIGIID WITH THZ WILFUL MURDER OF HIS WIFE.—An Inquest has been held at the house of Mr. M'Whipp, Globe Tavern Inn, Bury, before Mr. J. E. Dearden, Coroner, on the view of the body of Mary, the wife of James Heywood, landlord of the White Bear Inn, Market-place, B
April 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
arPlllllll774Thailinit. Laportaat to Parents and Guardians. PAREN GUARDIANS, and FRIENDS of youths are respectfully solicited to apply to the National

arPlllllll774Thailinit. Laportaat to Parents and Guardians. PAREN GUARDIANS, and FRIENDS of youths are respectfully solicited to apply to the National

Apprenticeship Institution, where they can always be introduced to established master. having vacancies for youths in every profesaion and trade. This Institution has proved invaluable to those who have not the time or facility afforded for thoroughly investigating the character
April 28, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BISHOP OF EXETER.

THE BISHOP OF EXETER.

Some say he's mad : others that lesser hate him rail it valiant fury ; but for certain He canout bnrkle his distemper’d course Within the belt of rule. Shakspeare. It is, we think, a great deprivation of amusement, perhaps of edification to the public, that Roman Catholic Bishop
April 28, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
BELGIUM.

BELGIUM.

Baukskl?, April 20 —The Brussels paper.N Renounce the almost 'otal destruction by fire of the small town of Stockheim, in the canton of Mechelm. The followii U the account:— *• A frightful fire broke out at 2 o’clock yesterday afternoon at Stockheim small town within two leagues
April 28, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE COAL TRADE,

THE COAL TRADE,

Proposed Reduction of Threepence per Ton Duty on Coals.— Ob Tuesday, very, numerous deputation waited upon the Lord Mayor to solicit his Lordship’s countenance and support, Conservator of the River, to application to the Corporation for reduction of threepence per ton on all coa
April 28, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
HOUSEMAIDS IN THE. MORNING,

HOUSEMAIDS IN THE. MORNING,

HOUSEMAIDS THE. MORNING, “ Thase lazy jades of yeurs are never before six o’clock in the morning, that when I come down sometimes, to seek for a book the library, find them walking about with their brooms their hands, like the apotheosis of a March wind enveloped cloud of du>*t.”
April 28, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England