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INTELLIGENCIL sanDitaia. Oa Wednesday a young man named George Wolfe, who has for mime time pest at various Police-offices to

INTELLIGENCIL sanDitaia. Oa Wednesday a young man named George Wolfe, who has for mime time pest at various Police-offices to

defend prisoners, acting as clerk to on attorney, was charged with obtaining sums of money from a client, under pretence of employing Counsel, with intent to defraud her of the same. Elisabeth Harris, a widow, Mated that she had employed tho prisoner to defend an action, he Mati
July 21, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 21, 1839 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
■E TTESDAY, Joit Roflment of Artillery : Pirnt Lie*. iin, vice Llnil«*y. retired on irouj?iityu. to he First I.ieuter.ant •f

■E TTESDAY, Joit Roflment of Artillery : Pirnt Lie*. iin, vice Llnil«*y. retired on irouj?iityu. to he First I.ieuter.ant •f

South-.mpton. cnpuii., i t!* street, R* ge, ct-n;alter, j, ll} . 1 , Mr W. i t-rcit Prescott llr-K LONDON miry hfid. post, B-r/.u:r, Berm, bunrn’/, 2«0 fro :, Cl*ailas, Dem-rura, Mr. ( H* i. 4ti, I m*. *• *Ss Am, j», ()()I) ’KS.— (icnt!« men, «l( •‘irtiii? \’isit(i , i.oort wood
July 21, 1839 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE RING,

THE RING,

FIGHT BETWEEN HARRY DAVIS, OF MANCHESTER, AND DlCa FORBBY. OP HULL, FOR A SIDE. This fight which was originall) fixed for Tuesday the yth, eventually came off Hums Common, near Selby, Yorkshire (the scene of the last mill between Caunt and Bendigo), on the 12th, and ended in dis
July 21, 1839 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VOL- 9. —No. 395. EARLY EDITION. incrosted in quintessence of saccharine matter sugar-cane concerted into an arrow, and its bar.,

VOL- 9. —No. 395. EARLY EDITION. incrosted in quintessence of saccharine matter sugar-cane concerted into an arrow, and its bar.,

dipped in poison. He says the most odious words in the most polite manner ; and when he takea the club of the establishment, for the purpose of London Eoition contains the Leading \*TICGE« OF ALL THE SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS A. CECAL. WEEKLY ALMANAC. ... • F.«Kh*b after Trinity.— Ch'ir
July 21, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.—Wednesday.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—Wednesday.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.— Wednesday. Sir Thomas Cochrane, the new Member for Ipswich was, amkl the cheers of the Conservatives, introUuccd Mr. F. Kelly and Sir T. Freeraantlc, and took the oaths and his seat. Numerous petitions were presented Mr. HUME presented a petition from Mr. Haydo
July 21, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.—Thursday.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Thursday.

HOUSE OF LORDS.— Thursday. The Soap Duties Drawback Bill was read a second time; aotl some other bills were also forwarded a stage. —Lord LYNDHURST preseated petition from merchants, &c., of Glasgow, complaining of the interruptioß to commerce by the Russian fleet in the Black Se
July 21, 1839 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England