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NOVEMBRR; SATURDAY NICHT.

NOVEMBRR; SATURDAY NICHT.

The details of the second military insurrection on the Loire, the same day with that on the Rhine, may be told in very f el" , words. A corporal and fourteen men planned it: they were betrayed and made prisoners.. But the corporal killed one of the regiment almost in cold blood,
November 7, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PLACES OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT. Of EN DIMING THE WEEK (DAILY, IEOEPT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED;) THEATRES, Scc Drury-lane Covent-garden. English Opera Surrey

PLACES OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT. Of EN DIMING THE WEEK (DAILY, IEOEPT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED;) THEATRES, Scc Drury-lane Covent-garden. English Opera Surrey

Victoria. Adelphi Olympic St, James's Sadler's Wells Pavilion Apollonicon,St. Martins-lane. Zoological Gardens, Regent'spark Zoological Museum, Bruton st.- Bond-street Surrey Z oologic al Gardens,Walworth _ Meadows' Dioramie Tableaux, Regent-street. Tussaud's Wax Figures, Bazaar
November 7, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
The Whigs are quasi Torie.

The Whigs are quasi Torie.

Here we have the true key to the double-dealing of the present Ministry. They will go floundering on, like a porpoise in a storm, as though they enjoyed the tumbling of the waves, till they hear the breakers a-head, and are flung sprawling on the rocks. An insurrection of the Ra
December 4, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMATIC MIRROR—No. XXXI.

THE DRAMATIC MIRROR—No. XXXI.

THE DRAMATIC MIRROR—No. "And since you know you cannot see yourself So well as by reflection, I, your glass, Will modestly discover to yourself That of yourself which you yet know not of." SHAKSPEARE. DRURY-LANE.—For the sake of the legitimate drama we wee truly glad to find that
December 4, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FOR EICN. LETTER ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOR EICN. LETTER ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

[FOR THE NEWS _ DOWNING I TREET, DEC. 2, 1836. Lora Palmerston., is this week said to have-been under the necessity of taking a step in foreign affairs, which must induce his Lordship to subscribe viith great delight-towards the most remarkable of the Polish ~.3,ocieties in town
December 4, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Has the greater part of her cargo eng _aged, and will sail on the 10th, T'OR HOBA RT TOWN, the

Has the greater part of her cargo eng _aged, and will sail on the 10th, T'OR HOBA RT TOWN, the

fine fast-sailing J- British-built brig, DAWSON, Al, 220 tons per tegirter, copped' and copper-fastened. - F. DAWSON, Commander. Lyiag in the St.: Katharine Docks. Has superior accommodation for passengers. For' freight or passage apply to the Commander on board; to Mesrrs. R. G
December 4, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW WORK BY THE AUTHOR OF "R'3OKWOOD." In three volumes, post, C R I C TEI T 0 N; '

NEW WORK BY THE AUTHOR OF "R'3OKWOOD." In three volumes, post, C R I C TEI T 0 N; '

By W. HARRISON AINSWORTH, IS JUST READY. John Maerone, St. James's-square.
December 4, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEWS AND SUNDAY HERALD.

THE NEWS AND SUNDAY HERALD.

December 4, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
OTICE OF REMOVAL.-JOSEPH N RUSSELL & CO., wine and spirit merchants, formerly of the 80.. rough,beg to announce that for

OTICE OF REMOVAL.-JOSEPH N RUSSELL & CO., wine and spirit merchants, formerly of the 80.. rough,beg to announce that for

the better accommodation of theirfamily trade, they have taken and now occupy those extensive and commodious premises. Nos. 1 and 2; White Hart-court, Lombard-street, City. After 40 yeas' experience in the business, they trust it may no t b e considered presumptuous in them to a
December 4, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LUD/CROUS. SCENES.

LUD/CROUS. SCENES.

LUD/CROUS . SCENES. CHANGE FOR A . FIVE-POUND Nom—At the Westminster Court of Requests' ' on Thursday, Mr. Thomas ' an elderly gentleman who looked like one well to do in the world, summoned M. Houseman, landl9rd of the Horse and Groom, in Whitcombe r Street, for a sovereign, or
October 24, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England