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YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

GUILDHALL.-A MODFERN "FL1BpERTGSBET."-Jams Drew, a youth, whose appearance resembled a flying rag-shop, was charged by the beadle of Farringdon-market with having assaulted him. The complainant stated that on market morn- ings, by the regulations of Farringdon-market, no persons
October 18, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOP DUTY.

HOP DUTY.

COPY OF TREAsURy MINUTE, DATED OCT. 5, 1840. My Lords read the several memorials praying for the post- POnement of the payment of the hop duty, which becomes due yn the 15th of November, Ii40, for a further period of one year. " Prior to the Passing of the Act 1 and 2 William IV
October 18, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SAM SLICK. ILLUSTRATED BY CRUIKSI{ANR; CROWQUILL, AND LEACH. The October Number of BENTLEY'S MISCELLANY. L} contains, among other articles, TOO KNOWING BY HALF, AND THE DUKE OF KENT'S LODGE. BY SAM SLICK. GUY FAWKES. DY W. HARRISON AINSWORTI, ESQ. Illustrated by George Cruikshank
October 11, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER.

FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER.

(From the New Montthly Belie Assemblde.) MORNING DnEssEs.-White bartye robe,eorsage en canezou, formed to the shape by regular rows of guaging, quite high at the back, but open on the bosom, and displacing a Swiss guimnpe of embroidered muslin;* an organdy reeks borders the cors
October 11, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WRECK OF THE EMIGRANT SHIP AURORA.

WRECK OF THE EMIGRANT SHIP AURORA.

I .I We have been favoured with the following interesting par- ticulars by a gentleman who was on board the Aurora pre- viously to her being wrecked on the 27th of April, near Eia- pora, New Zealand:- " We sailed from the West India Docks on the 11th of Sep- tember, 1839, and th
October 11, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

GUILDHALL.-W.HOLESALE STEALING.-William Buxton Cooper, a respectable looking man, was placed at the bar charged with having stolen six heads of cattle, generally denomi- nated store beasts, and exposing them for sale in Smithfield- market.-F. Harris, policeman 206, stated that i
October 11, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
oFHE Commissioners in Fiat in Bankruptcy J. awarded and issued against WILLIAM WELLS, of the R' mgh of Kingston-upon-lliiil, Timber

oFHE Commissioners in Fiat in Bankruptcy J. awarded and issued against WILLIAM WELLS, of the R' mgh of Kingston-upon-lliiil, Timber

Merchant, Dealer, and Chapman, intend to meet on WEDNESDAY", the Twmty.Eighth Day of October, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty, at Eleven o’clock in the Forenoon, at the Ocorof. Inn. in the said Borough, in order to At DIT the ACCOUNTS of the Assignees. And the said Commissi
October 2, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TURNPIKE ROADS From BEVERLEY by MOLESCKOFT to KENDELL HOUSE, and from MOLESCROFT BAINTON BALK. NOTICE is hereby given, that the

TURNPIKE ROADS From BEVERLEY by MOLESCKOFT to KENDELL HOUSE, and from MOLESCROFT BAINTON BALK. NOTICE is hereby given, that the

TOLLS arising the ToU-Gale, called the DRIFFIELD TURNPIKE GATE, will be LET by AUCTION, to the best bidder, at the East-Riding Sessions-House, in Bbverlev, SATURDAY, the I7lh day of October next, at Twelve at Noon, in the manner directed by the Acts passed in the third and fourt
October 2, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
iftaterials for “Stable ®alfe.”

iftaterials for “Stable ®alfe.”

for “Stable ®alfe.” Death of Hf.h Rotal Highness the Princess Augusta —lf to released from extreme suffering, after long life spent in the exercise of every virtue, be to be deplored, then have to lament the death of Her Royal Highness the Princess Augusta, with more than common
October 2, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW ZEALAND.

NEW ZEALAND.

Pesvatchks have been recently received from New aland which arc great importance. Capt. Hobson, gently appointed Lieutenant-Governor of that colony, o*. had several interviews with the chiefs; which have ended in the formal cession, by them, of the sovereignly of country. They h
October 2, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England