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SOUTHWARK.

SOUTHWARK.

Charge Concbalmbst.— Mary Ann Langdon, middle-asied woman, carrying on business as a clothes dtuler at No. 50, Broad wall, Black friars-road, was charged with concealing the birth ot her child, and throwing it down the water-closet, thereby causing its death —James Kibblewhite,
August 7, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
ATTEMPTED MURDER IN LIMEIIOUSE-

ATTEMPTED MURDER IN LIMEIIOUSE-

FIELDS, James Upson, 52, blacksmith, residing at No. Rosseterstreet, Limehotuse-ficMs, was finally examined at the Thames Police Court, with attempting to murder Harriet, the of Samuel Sergeant, a cnalf cutter, No. 11, Edward-strect. Limehou.se fields, by cutting her throat with
August 7, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

TUBBS. the nnmber of days* radmr.] (3) Liverpool Hunt Club (2)... Derb, (2) tecles (31 3-* Lichfield tv Chelmsford (2) ........ Lincoln (2) 30
August 7, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
DUTY PAID OJf TBA TO LAST BATCRDAT.

DUTY PAID OJf TBA TO LAST BATCRDAT.

DUTY PAID OJf TO LAST London 19.llrt.301ll»a. Liverpool... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Bristol 729,345 liull : ',0dl C?7«le 1,706,637 1863 25.671,019 THE LONDON MARKETS.
August 7, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
24 9* >7,227

24 9* >7,227

>7,227 Coffee.—N’alive dull, ami POO in auction taken at 45s to 4-js for .rood ord. Plantation Oat, an I tending buyers favour: cka 20 brie sold, raid to x«od mid bis 6d, inferior to 57a, triaero 60s to 525. Moclia r ithcr ch.-ajvcr, but bis 79 hf bis found buyers, mid greenish c
August 7, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE POLICE COURTS. MANSION-HOUSE. Tn« Firb AifHiHiLaxoß.”—Mr. W. H. Phillips, who stated himself to the patentee of the tire anniUilator,

THE POLICE COURTS. MANSION-HOUSE. Tn« Firb AifHiHiLaxoß.”—Mr. W. H. Phillips, who stated himself to the patentee of the tire anniUilator,

w is Monday charged with having made disturbance in the offices of the company in Leadenhall street, aue assaulted the secretary.—Policeman Smith (tiG) said: I was ik'nt for this I moruiug the secretary to the Fire Anuibilator Company, and upon going to the offices 1 found the d
August 28, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
HAMMERSMITH.

HAMMERSMITH.

Aggravated Assaults upon Wombit.—A tall, athletic yo.jD< Irishman named Nichols* Hemlock, living in Brookgreen-lane, Hammersmith, was charged with having committed a series aggravated assaults upon two tnairiei) women named Mary Golding aud Elizabeth Hatton, the wives ot laboure
August 28, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
CUMBERLAND,

CUMBERLAND,

Fatai. Accident with Lamp.— Another acci lent has just occurred from the incautious fining a j lamp with the dangerous spirit of campbiuwhich resulted the death another. Kiison, at Dalstoa, near Carlisle, c lamp, when portion of the fluid ran over toe table and upon a girl who w
August 21, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
ISLiX OF WIGHT.

ISLiX OF WIGHT.

Manslatgliteb. —The inquest oi> three untortnuatc men whose boat was ruu down tho Medina steamer the hack «f Isle Wight, ou the iust., after two adjc»»aruu)euts, has ended in-a verdict of Manslaughter” being returned against Captain Corke, arxt the coroner made out his warrant f
August 21, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
LIANCABHIHE.

LIANCABHIHE.

! Thb Smiths. —Three generations ago th- were three ' families or the name of Smith, iu Rochdale, who were thus ; distinguished according to their degrees of wealth, the Gold 1 Smiths, the Silver Smiths, and the Copper-Smiths.
August 21, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England