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'WORSHIP STREET.

'WORSHIP STREET.

A FELONIOUS FROLIC.—John Sims, young man of iery 'respectable exterior, who Was described as an -artist, was charged before Mr. Grove with having stolen a boa from Isabella Lyndsay, a woman of the town.. The complainant stated that she was in the City Ithad at, about half-past I
October 30, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
'MR SUN, LO stunned by it, b ut s h or tly aft e r reosered his senses ± so

'MR SUN, LO stunned by it, b ut s h or tly aft e r reosered his senses ± so

eager were the 'Othe c r b' the Engineers of and feeling. On hearing the acivarce sounded by both PeesidVnWth sir the honour of carrying the the bugle (being the signal for the gate having l oags, that the point could only he decided been blown in), the Artillery, =ler ;he a; ..
October 30, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
CITY SOLICITOR. MR. SAUNDERS' COMMITTEE SIT DAILY AT JILTS OFFICES, No. I, QUEENSTREET-PLACE, SOUTHWARK-BRIDGE.

CITY SOLICITOR. MR. SAUNDERS' COMMITTEE SIT DAILY AT JILTS OFFICES, No. I, QUEENSTREET-PLACE, SOUTHWARK-BRIDGE.

After which, THE BREWER 01? PRESTON. Daniel Robinson, Mr. W. Smith ; Effie, Miss Martin. To conclude with the Comic Drama entitled CROSSING THE LINE. Wou;or Van Broom, Mr. W. Smith ; Pomona Vondertx ler, Miss Martin. HIGH T« , 'ATER AT LONDON BRIDGE TO-MORROW. Mnrninc , lB minut
October 29, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
HtS DA Y.) The young man who was charged on Saturday with having robbed Mr. Thirtell, of Staplehurst, of 1601.,

HtS DA Y.) The young man who was charged on Saturday with having robbed Mr. Thirtell, of Staplehurst, of 1601.,

and who was liberated on his own recognizances, attended before the LORD MAYOR this morning, accompanied by his late employers, and several other friends, The LORD MAYOR, addressing the complainant, said that the young man's employers had referred to their books, and they found
October 29, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MARk.ETS.-(THIS DAY.)

THE MARk.ETS.-(THIS DAY.)

HUNGERFORD MARKET. Fair supplies, and prices steady, with a good demand. bot, Bs. to 21s. Cod, 23. to 10s. Salmon, Is. 6d. to 2s• lb. Soles, 10d. to 3s. per pair. Beef, 7d. to 80. 71d. to Bid. Veal, 8d to 9d. Pork, 7d. to Sid. per lb. Vegetables the supply was good, and prices s
October 29, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EVENING

EVENING

the calumniators of the Queen knew from tb4 ' she could not, from the n. - oition iri 'which she is placed, have recourse to a s:, - ,oilar 'expedient, for the puer.ds'e of repelling and sYlepro•:',ng their charges. Whore then, let us ask, we find language sufficiently forcible
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SPORT IN G IN TELLIGENCE.

SPORT IN G IN TELLIGENCE.

NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING. ( Additional particulars of Tuesday's Races.) 50/. Plate.—After plunging and twice falling with his jockey, Algy went away with a tremendous lead, followed by Adrian, the others lying wide many lengths astern; at th e new groun d Ala) , declined, and
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

During the the last three days, two additional failures have been announced, both, we believe, in some degree connected with t he one to which we some on Friday, and one of them of considerable magnitude—the debts being variously stated at frorn 42,000/, to 50,000 1 . T he other
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EVENING EDITION. GENLINE UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. Iron Sas s ,-, Double bodied Phaeroo and STOltit will SELL, at their Rooms,_ King-street,

EVENING EDITION. GENLINE UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. Iron Sas s ,-, Double bodied Phaeroo and STOltit will SELL, at their Rooms,_ King-street,

Covent Garden, on FRIDAY. November 1, at Eleven, SSAp&n,,,,AEMBLAGh of valuable FORFEITED PRO' of nine ounces of five seed pearl, five ant jewellery, a few superior watches, modern capital guns and duelling pistols, a carriage clock, tan piece goods, apparel, table, and bed-line
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
FRIENDS OF LIBERTY.

FRIENDS OF LIBERTY.

" At the head of your brothers, my companions in exile, I come to offer you, in their name and my own, our swords, our 1 Mood, and our de'tinies. " Arouse then, you friends of liberty, for you have defenders and alli es who were never conquered. Let us blot out in one day the hu
October 31, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England