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CIiERKENWELL.

CIiERKENWELL.

AYouhoThib?. —Allsobd Issarity.—Harriet Beasly, a dirty-lilting ragged girl, aged 14, was charged by Sarah widow, of No. 3, Jeru-ialem>|»aBsage, Clerkenwcll, with haring >U len a gold brooch. It appeared that the prosecutrix carried the businoea of dressmaker, and a few days ago
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
SOUTHWARK.

SOUTHWARK.

Making Himself Comfortable. John Smith was charged with breaking into the house of William Cornish, a tradesman, in John-street, Southwark, and stealing pocketbook, containing money and memoranda.—-The complainant stated that he left home with his family, for the purpose of taki
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER THE LATE CATASTROPHE

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER THE LATE CATASTROPHE

THE ARMY. turn. He believed the charge, him not had the^r oricin in a desire to uphold discipline, but had , from feelings of prejudice and Lords of decision will not known until confirmed the Lords ot the Admiralty. AT PIMLICO. Paltry Riformbrs. —The Ordnance Authentic#, the be
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
aet* no reason why young fellows at the Universities who contract dcbtJ which they have means of discharging, should not

aet* no reason why young fellows at the Universities who contract dcbtJ which they have means of discharging, should not

be treated common swindlers, and sent to expiate their offence in House of Correction. A few young squires, or heirs to peerages, treated in this way, would have a fine effect upon their order, and be highly beneficial to the interests of honest shopkeepers. Intended Visit of th
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
HARYLBBONE

HARYLBBONE

A Candidate fob Asylum.— John Weller, a boy 12 years of age was charged with having stolen the sum of \2i 3d from Mr. Bullet, his uncle.—Complainant stated that the boy had been residing with him some lime, and was much given to pilfering. He had tried every available means in h
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Funeral of Walsh.

Funeral of Walsh.

The body of John Walsh, the constable who lost his life endeavouring to save those of his frllew- creatures sewer PleoUxi, was Tuesday consigned to ilsresnog place the burial ground of Bt. John’s, Westminster. ■' brother constables having expressed wish to be P re9eal the mournf
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
WEST INDIA MAIL,

WEST INDIA MAIL,

Southampton, Saturday. —The Severn has just arrived here, with dates from Jamaica to the 22nd of Sept. She brings the largest cargo ever brought in a West India packet. About million of dullara on merchants account, and 85,275 dol’ars account of Mexican dividend. At Jamaica, the
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
LATEST PROM IRELAND

LATEST PROM IRELAND

Tub Masqubss of Tbwabtbt. annual dinner meeting of the Portiu'* Agnculturai | Societjr, after tlie diatribution of pri*©«, &c., ea , the lord of the soil, as excellent resident proprietor, proposed and received with enthusiastic cheering. The Marquess Waterford, after returning
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
TO PURCHASERS of WINTER CLOTHING.—SAMUEL BROTit P.RS. '<9 Ladgatc.hlll (two door* from th* Old BaStev), can secure to their par*ona

TO PURCHASERS of WINTER CLOTHING.—SAMUEL BROTit P.RS. '<9 Ladgatc.hlll (two door* from th* Old BaStev), can secure to their par*ona

real eoro-ny. Many thiaiands eartometsean testily that til# rata* bliahmer.t van 's the flr.r the world. a* d their *ta*rm bual. cannot fall to r piirui ath: tl*»li*'ae I a. The'ollowingfvw feature* arealoptert at this erta* lid m*ntl*t. Ev*ry eu*toroer aarment ta informed the p
October 21, 1849 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

submitUd for answers must h*v* —me distinctive signature Constant readers and '* Constant subscribers are numerous that such signatures only produce confusion. Questions if not sent on or before Friday cannot answered till the following week. Questions net answered must repeated
October 21, 1849 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England