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THE WAITS OF BREMEN.

THE WAITS OF BREMEN.

An honest farmer had once an ass, that been a faithful hardworking slave to him for a great many years, but was now growing old, and every day mare and more unfit for work. His master therefore was tired of keeping him to live at ease like a gentleman, and so began to think of p
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OP LORDS-TUESDAY.

HOUSE OP LORDS-TUESDAY.

- - After the - presentation: of petitions in favour of a Penny Postage, the House went into committee on the JAMAICA GOVERNMENT BILL.—On the first clause being pro. pos, d _ Lord LYNDHultsv said it was his intention to move that the first clause of the bill be expunged. In stat
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE REPORTS. MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

POLICE REPORTS. MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

EV. L. Duff, Esq. was brought before Mr. Chambers, charged with having committed a gross outrage on a young woman, on Sunday eveniug, in Conduit-street. The young woman was passirg by Limrner's Hotel, wh en s h e w as s e ized by the defendant, her clothes forced over her head,
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Age. 20 to 25 to SO to 35 35 to sti to 45 to 50 Premium 111101 1 1) 012

Age. 20 to 25 to SO to 35 35 to sti to 45 to 50 Premium 111101 1 1) 012

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July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

HOUSE OF LORDS-FRIDAY. !' JAMAICA BILL.—Upon th motion of Lord NORMANBY this bill was read a third time and passed Several other bills were advanced a stage. N ATIONAL EDUCATION.—The order of the day having been read. The Archbishop of CANTERBURY said it was a matter of deep reg
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Zulyi. 7.

Zulyi. 7.

7. • said he acquitted all parties of moral guilt,- though not of legal guilt, and it would therefore be his painful duty to pass such a sentence as would vindicate the civil power. Inverness—EXPOßT OF FROM THE HIGHLANDS.—. The progress of the railroads in England and Scotland, h
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
EPICURISM.

EPICURISM.

" May 1 help you to some beef 1" said the master of the house to the lute Mr. Brummell. "I never eat beef, nor horse, nor any thing of that sort," answered the astonished and indir nant epicure.
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
ACQUAINTANCESHIP.

ACQUAINTANCESHIP.

There are some men with whom,;;Weinstant, we seem to get acquainted. An hour's accidental association in a stagecoach, a steam-packet, or an hotel, does more towards banishing reserve and restraint than many months of daily commuiiicatma with beings less congenial. They seem to
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
EVANS'S STOVE-GRATE BAZAAR. No. 33, King William-street, London-bridge, (established IBls.)—The Nobility and Gentry, Architects, Builders, elec., are respectfully invited to

EVANS'S STOVE-GRATE BAZAAR. No. 33, King William-street, London-bridge, (established IBls.)—The Nobility and Gentry, Architects, Builders, elec., are respectfully invited to

insrect the immense STOCK of DR.A.WING-ROOM and OTHER STOVES, now exhibiting, which are manufactured of novel and elegant designs, and of superior workmanship, including the Gothic, Grecian, and Elizabethiau orders; fenders and fire irons en suite, adapted for the Or the MANSION
July 7, 1839 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England