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[ALLEGED DEATH of a PAUPER CHILD.FROM NEGLECT.

[ALLEGED DEATH of a PAUPER CHILD.FROM NEGLECT.

[ALLEGED DEATH of a PAUPER CHILD FROM NEGLECT. Yesterday afternoon a highly respectable jury of trades- men was em panne lied before Mr. Payne, the City coroner, to pursue an inquiry into the circumstances amending the death of John Mitten, aged 11 years, who is alleged to hate d
May 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. |

THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. |

HOUSE OF LORDS.— Wednesday, May 1. APPEALS.— THE PRESBYTERY OF AIiCHTERARDER V. THE EtRL OF KIWOI LL. The House assembled this morning, for the purpose of giv- ing judgment in this case, which our readers will recollect was an appeal from a decision of the Courl of Session on th
May 3, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE CITY OF LONDON POLICE.

THE CITY OF LONDON POLICE.

The following is an abstract of the Parliamentary Bill ordered to be brought in by Sir Matthew Wood and Mr. Paterton, divested of most of its technicalities: — «' And wheteas a more efficient system of police has been established within the said city and t'*e liberties thereof b
May 3, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MONET MARKET and CITY NEfVS.. o

MONET MARKET and CITY NEfVS.. o

MONET MARKET and CITY NEfVS. o City, Thursday Ermine. The Spanish securities have declined rather con- siderably at the Stock Exchange to-day, in con se- quence of a still more considerable retrogradation which has taken place at the Bourse at Paris. The funds have otherwise been
May 3, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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+ ' • • ■ ■'* Fric. sg_. LONDON, SATURDAY, May 4, 1839 I I I ■I. . n _ - - 111 l __—_— ' No. 21,321.
May 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
(Advertisement.) — We are informed that the arrangements ofthe two splendid suppers at Lord VVicklow's, and also of Mr. Bankes,

(Advertisement.) — We are informed that the arrangements ofthe two splendid suppers at Lord VVicklow's, and also of Mr. Bankes,

were entirely under the manage- ment of Stinton, Uuke-street, Portman-square. The Works of Thorwaldsen. — The colossal statues of Christ and the twelve Apostles, executed by Thor- vvaldsen Tor the cathedral or Notre-O.ime at Copenhagen, have been opened to public view iv that ch
May 6, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
~~T~U~RKEY. ". ♦

~~T~U~RKEY. ". ♦

~~T~U~RKEY. " ♦ (From our Correspondent.) CONSTANTINOPLE, April 10. The President of the Council of War, Dayer Pacha, >t out last week to the army of Kurdistan and the head-quarters of Hafiz Pacha at Malatia. Emir Pacha, it is now posi- tively known, will proceed to the army of t
May 2, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EXHIBITION uf ths HOVAL ACiULMi .

EXHIBITION uf ths HOVAL ACiULMi .

. — _. — The seventy-fir st annual exhibition of the Royal Academy was opened yesterday, in its rooms in the Tn .Igar- -qu:ire ' building, or pepper-box renown; and, *ooth to say.lhe collec- | lion of pictures reflects scarcely less discredit upon modern :art than does the fabri
May 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.. a

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.. a

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. a HATTON-GARDEX. — Yesterday Mary Ann Prina (formerly Miss Healy, of Covent-Gc-den Theatre) was- brought before Mr. Burrell, charged with being found drunk In consequence of having been locked up in the station- hou-e since Saturday night last she was dischar
May 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL.

EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL.

Liverpool, Weoxesdat Evexixg Six o'Clock. THE IRONSIDES. r The Ironsides, the first sailing vessel constructed of iron [ ! which has ever been dispatched to encounter the risk of a [ transatlantic voyage, and which left Liverpool some five months since for the Br.rzils, entered
May 2, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England