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June 28, 1840 - The Age - London, London, England
 
13, Great Marlborough-street. MRS. TROLLOPE'S "CHARLES CHESTERFIELD." In the July Number of COLBURN ' S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE AND HUMORIST,

13, Great Marlborough-street. MRS. TROLLOPE'S "CHARLES CHESTERFIELD." In the July Number of COLBURN ' S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE AND HUMORIST,

Edited by THEODORE Hoot, Esq., Is commenced MRS. TROLLOPE'S NEW WORK, THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF CHARLES CHESTERFIELD, THE YOUTH OF GENIUS." Illustrated by Pniz. The July Number also contains, the Continuation of MR. THEODORE HOOK'S "FATHERS AND SONS," and a variety of other Int
June 28, 1840 - The Age - London, London, England
 
LITERARY NOTICES.

LITERARY NOTICES.

MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, &C. Frazer's Magazine.—Regina, for June, is but a fair average number,. as far as sparkle goes. We miss some of the racy old contributors; but in the place of their customary contributions, we find several able critical papers, of which, the Chapter on El
June 7, 1840 - The Age - London, London, England
 
THE CROWN AND ANCHOR.

THE CROWN AND ANCHOR.

Waterford in the Chair. His gallant Peers are placed around. Alford is there—as bright a coruscation as ever flashed from the Kentish Fire. Waldgrave, Cantelupe, Macdonald, Chess, &c, &c., a galaxy of gallant bearing and loyalty, in whose Conservative breasts the milk of human k
June 7, 1840 - The Age - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS.

THEATRICALS.

HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.—M. Persiani's new opera, Ines de Castro, was produced for the first in this country on Saturday the 30th, and repeated on Friday; it wils eminently successful; but weconsider its success must be chiefly attributed to the exertions of Madame Persiani, Rubin
June 7, 1840 - The Age - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY. ASYLUM FOR THE WORTHY, AGED, AND DECAYED FREEMASON. THE FIFTH ANNUAL FESTIVAL in aid of the FUNDS of this

FREEMASONRY. ASYLUM FOR THE WORTHY, AGED, AND DECAYED FREEMASON. THE FIFTH ANNUAL FESTIVAL in aid of the FUNDS of this

INSTITUTION will take place on WEDNESDAY, the 24th instant, at FREEMASONS' HALL, Great Queen-street. Brother the Hon. HENRY FITZROY, M.P., in the Chair. STEWAR.DS. Bro. Alderman Thomas Wood ...... Enc. 20 President. .... .... David Wilson Yates.. P 18 John King C. Tancred . 10 H
June 7, 1840 - The Age - London, London, England
 
A GOOD M4N.

A GOOD M4N.

who beaks the fetters of slavery and delivers a nation from thraldom, forms, in my opinion, the noblest comment the law of love, whilst he distributes the greatest blessings which man can receive from man ; but next to that is the merit of him who, in times like the present, wat
June 20, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

Retrenchment and a Property Tax.

What is required to support the government? It would be quite ample to leave at the sole disposal of the King, about one hundred or one hundred and fifty thou- sand pounds a-year; quite sufficient to allow three hun- dred thousand pounds more for officers of state, judges, ambas
June 7, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TNGLIS'S JOURNEY THROUGHOUT IRELAND, during the Spring, Summer, and Autumn of 1834. Fifth Edition, in one vol. Bvo. price 12s.

TNGLIS'S JOURNEY THROUGHOUT IRELAND, during the Spring, Summer, and Autumn of 1834. Fifth Edition, in one vol. Bvo. price 12s.

cloth, with a Map of Ireland, and a Chart of the Shannon. " Indispensable to every traveller, tourist, or visitor to Ireland."—Sun. INGLIS'S TOUR THROUGH NORWAY, SWEDEN, and DENMARK. Fifth Edition, post Bvo., with a Map, price 9s. cloth. " A most delightful volume."—Literary Gaz
June 4, 1840 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN INFIRMARY for the CURE of STRICTURES of the URETHRA, GONORRHEA, GLEETS, SYPHILIS, &c. This Institution is closed, but as

METROPOLITAN INFIRMARY for the CURE of STRICTURES of the URETHRA, GONORRHEA, GLEETS, SYPHILIS, &c. This Institution is closed, but as

the Surgeon of it feels assured that there are hundreds suffering under the diseases, to the cute of which it was especially devoted, who would gladly avail themselves of his professional assistance, rather than place themselves under the charge of chemists, or, worse still, hav
June 4, 1840 - Sun (London) - London, London, England