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POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POICEC IN1tLGENCE. Bow4STREMT Twa LirE ROEBRFY OF NEWark.EPita.-Ou Wed- uiesday, George Fores, who originally gave the name of "Edward Langley," was brought before Mr. Henry for re-examination, on the charge of stealing two news- ' pprs from the Commercial coffee-house, in Chando
April 10, 1853 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MECHANICS & THEIR INSTITUTES.

MECHANICS & THEIR INSTITUTES.

XTEG-ANICS& THEIR INSTITUTES.. No. XV. Sir _ Ithas often been said that it is easy to find fault ' to say of all social arrangements that they are not cyet every dificult to declare boldly the exact nmeans aperof 'ng them. My correspondents write to ask me bo et erottenben5efit s
April 10, 1853 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RETURN OF THE GREAT BRITAIN.

RETURN OF THE GREAT BRITAIN.

RETURN OF THE GREATs RTAZN, This leviathian ship, anxiorsly expected for some time pMt, has at length arrived. Although since the sarval of the Calcutta, advising her saling front the Cape Of MGod Hope on the 28th Feb., various rumours were elir cii'ated at different times as to
April 10, 1853 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE "RAPPING" FLAM.

THE "RAPPING" FLAM.

- . I1 rot TAd "RFrnfG :LAL I- I c, course Xthe reader lhas hesod of the grows assarlt no~omooon sense, known by the nan-e of " %lapping." jl'ae iiagis an imnportathii from America; and an Ana4iecan ,w~omaijs;,authis tme go90i;g out to Vartiec, as aeheqriwediism, or ?? go-hetwIee
April 10, 1853 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE GOVERNMENT SCHEME OF EDUCATION.

THE GOVERNMENT SCHEME OF EDUCATION.

THE GOVERNDENT SCHEME OF * EDUCATION. On Monday evening Lord John Russell brought forward, in the House of Commons, the Government propositions in respect to education. Those persons who had been credulous or sanguine enough to expect from the Cabinet anything like a mneasure whi
April 10, 1853 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 

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THE "TIMES," THE "ENGLISHMAN," AND MAZZINI.

THE "TIMES," THE "ENGLISHMAN," AND MAZZINI.

TH3l "TIMES" THE " E1GLISrdx *, AND MAZZINL We extract the following frem a morning coutemperary, b the pen of " An Englishman," in reply to A late leading at. tiele In the Times!- On the let of April-auspicious day-the Times muede a fool of the public, or itself, with a disquisi
April 10, 1853 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
APPREHENSION OF A RUNAWAY BANKRUPT IN AUSTRALIA.

APPREHENSION OF A RUNAWAY BANKRUPT IN AUSTRALIA.

APPEEHENSION -OF A RUNAWAY BANS- RUT- In AtUSTRA&LIa. ?? Afew years age two young men, respectably connected, and well-known in, Birmingham, named 'Ashton and Spriggs and who had been in the emyloyment of 3!essra. Smith, Kemp, and Wright, of. Brearley-street, -West, started in. b
April 10, 1853 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS AND AMUSEMENTS IN Dublin.

THEATRICALS AND AMUSEMENTS IN Dublin.

(FRO ous O5N cn RSPONDENT). (snowM OUR, OWN COonuirossn) TgEATlE RoYAL.-(Mr. John Harris, Lessee).-Thefairy extravaganza of the Good W s7nan in the Wtood continues to be the great attraction here, and considering the style ill which it has been produced we are glad to find it ha
April 10, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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three year old colta; 8»t 71b ; D. M. DwlrtO’ftoßte Femtot Daieai

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April 10, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WRBBTLINO AT NBWOABTLB.

WRBBTLINO AT NBWOABTLB.

The sports last week attracted numerous assemblage to the new wrestling ground, above being taken the gate for admission and stand tickets. The events came off under : unde* Ist.— The amount given in prises was 488. and great many contended. the fourth round Henry Ivison defeate
April 10, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England