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Krrpi»rr, OprN l Reek S«iop.

Krrpi»rr, OprN l Reek S«iop.

Krrpi»rr, OprN Reek S«iop. ilhain M ties, of Slone, house keeper, appeared answer the ibv, charging him with keeping Ins hou-e open ten o’clock the night of the l 8 of January Itt'l. Mr (»riMUs appeared for the defendant* John Kiinps|«r depose I—>Last Ttmrvdav ni.ht I went comi a
January 27, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
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Bali.—The fl'r»n Percy and .\|r» Barrington g.'ive- hall aioi supper, at l uMnore House, on ll«e instant, to uumeruus mid dietin'-’uished company. Upwards of of the surrounding gentry were present, and upwaids ot carrisgea attendance. The arrangements vvete most liberal ►cale. Th
January 27, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
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themael’-,', next yexr, oeit month, next week, in *.he position those fathers whose children were sent to Tooting; and there are probably very few poor working-men who have not thought 1 this might be child’s case, to-morrow.' No opportunity of doing something towards the educat
January 28, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
WABWIOUBIBB.

WABWIOUBIBB.

Suspects n M irdbr im Bi*iflivoiiAM.—At adjourned inquest before the Birmingham Coroner, on the body BUsa Gilbert, aged 18, daughter of a sawyer, residing in Bordealey-street, death attended with very suspicions circumstances, the evidence shoved, that young man walking along tb
January 28, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

THE TOOTING CALAMITY. Adjourned Inquest. The inquest was resumed Mr. Wakley Tuesday, the Globe Tavera, Derby-street, Gray’s-ian-road.—Joseph Sanders, inmate of the Holborn union, and who had the charge of the children who had been brought from the hospital to be examined, was ca
January 28, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY LAW FOR SUFFRRBRS.

RAILWAY LAW FOR SUFFRRBRS.

The Court of Exchequer hoi come to on important decision in the case *' Cox v. the Midland Railway Company.” The plaintiff was surgeon at Birmingham, and the action was brought to reoarer the amount ol his chargee fur professional services rendered to passenger who bad met with
January 28, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Fatal Accident at Northfleati

Fatal Accident at Northfleati

On Wsdoeaday morning most anhous incident occurred at North fleet dock-yard, by which licet of two men were tanrifloed, and another mao injured. It appears that while the men were engaged at about eight o’clock in tbe morning in raining steam-boiler for the purpoae potting it bo
January 28, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
PRIOB ONE SHILLING ONLY.

PRIOB ONE SHILLING ONLY.

Bent by post with ths tame facility newspapers, by the enclosure of Thirteen Pence. ALL THE FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY, and all the NOVELTIES for the SEASON, Splendidly Engraved and Coloured—unexampled and unequalled—will be publiehed lu WOULD OP FASHION MAGAZINE on Thuredav Next, th
January 28, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
JENNY LIND.

JENNY LIND.

Tux name of a public singer is not often introduced into the political column* of newspaper: but Jennt Lind is more than a public singer; we recognize her public benefactor. In the last two mouths she has realized £12,000, by her gratuitous exertions, for the poor. Among statesm
January 28, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Shooting; at a Female through Jealousy.

Shooting; at a Female through Jealousy.

Shooting; at Female through Jealousy. the Man«iou-Hou*u Police Court, on Thursday. Joseph Cusliway, the dimiuulire persou who shot Emma Tyler with a pistol, Wednas<la> week, was brought, or rather carried, before the Lord Mayor for final examination, for be was in most exhausted
January 28, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England