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LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

X TOEsDAY, At-. 18. BANKIRUPTS. W. Monday, Nun-rourt, Ahlernianburs, looter. to surrender Aug. 28, at half-past eleven o'clock, Se'pt. 29, at one, at the Bankrupts' Court. Solicitors, MIessrs. Freemen, Bothainley, ande Bentall, Coleman-street -T. S. Barry, Mortiener-street, Upho
August 23, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TABLE-TALK.

TABLE-TALK.

No. 9.-SECOND SERIES. Why should our joys transform to pain Why gentle Hymen's silken chain A plague of iron -prove? Ildeee 'tis strange the ebarm that binds Millions of hands, should leave their minds At such a loose from love."-WATTS. "Paired, not matched," is a very common ex
June 14, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

!THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S CAZETTE. I THE TURF. - The Epsom settlement came off at " The Corner" on Tues- 'day as usual, unmarked by any heavy voyage up the " Le- vant" it is true; yet leaving at the close of the eventful day .(when the real race is run !) sundry balances of no trivia
June 14, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREICN POLICY. I. VIOLATION OF BRITISH RIGHTS. LAW OF BLOCKADE. An unjust attack of any power on the forces of an- other-an invasion of its territories-or a violation of its independent rights-or any other aggression, is an act of offence committed against every other state-
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

'T13EATRE -'lK()YAL,-COVENT;GARDEN.-:On londlar Mai18 (brie"nfor the Benefit of ?? FARREN), the LORD OF THlE SANO&M\Vthg teaceoSOCING EVENTS. After whlich THI SLEEPING BEAU'TYINTHEKWOOD-Tues- * -dy, ?? ?? With ?? ?? Wood ?? (being Ofr the Benfi o ve Twelfth Night. Withb th ?? And
May 17, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

TIHE ERA. ILATEST EDITION.] SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1840. Such is the ignorance and infatuation of Parliament, and the blindness of the greater portion of the nation, that no great weight may just now be attached to the following; we shall not however, be stayed by this con- sideration
April 12, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.-DiSCseARGE BY PRO- CLAMATION-.-Out of upwards of 320 prisoners, it is a fact unprecedented that only four bills were returned " Not found." In former times the ignored bills were after the ratio of 20 per cent. upon the committals. The charge arises from
April 12, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
REFORM OF THE COURT OF CHANCERY.

REFORM OF THE COURT OF CHANCERY.

Among the burdens which weigh oppressively and injuri- ously on the people of this country, the burden of law is one of the most grievous. The obtainment of justice-the recog- nition of a right-the establishment of legal claims, are only to be accomplished at all expense ruinous
April 12, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHIT-CHAT.

CHIT-CHAT.

-r Tuesday next is the day fixed for the nuptials of Lord Di- norben with Miss Smyth, sister of the Princess of Capua. His Royal Highness the Duke of Susex wdll give Miss Smyth away. It is not generally known that enlistment on a Sunday is illegal. The consumption of whiskey has
February 9, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MURDER OF LORD WILLIAM RUSSELL.

MURDER OF LORD WILLIAM RUSSELL.

MURDER OF LORD WILLIAM RUSSELL Wednesday being thetday fixed for the reading over the depo- sitions of the witnesses who had given evidence. against Cour-. voisier, the street fronting. the office was crowded at an early ?? one o'clock, Mr. Flower, the solicitor for tbe prisoner,
May 31, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England