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THE CHILDREN'S FRIEND SOCIETY.

.. On Thursday the ninth annual meeting of the friends and subscribers to the* Children's Friend Society, was held, pursuant to advertisement, in the large concert-room of ?? Taverri, Bishopsgats-street, for the pur- pose of receiving the report of the general committee of manag
May 19, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

BOW STREET. An Irish Direction. A decentlY dressed Irish lad, accompanied by a respect- able.looking man, presented themselves before Mr. Twy- fofd, to ask for advice under the following circumstances: -The lad, it appeared, had lived for five years in the service of a Mr. M'Nam
February 3, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 

MEETING AT FINSBURY.

MEETING AT I FINSBURY. On Wednesday evening, a very large meetingtook place in the Theatre, White Conduit House. Shortly before seven o'clock, Messrs. Duncombe and Wakley, the mem- bers for the borough, appeared on the platform, and were received with loud cheers. Mr. Rogers was
February 3, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 

LONDON UNION OF COMPOSITORS.

0- The adjourned general meeting of the members of the above society was held at the Mechanics' Institution, Southampton Buildings, on Thursday evening last, to decide upon the proposition submitted by the deputation appointed to wait upon the committee of the Master Printers' A
February 3, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 

Advertisements & Notices

CARRIACE$ ESSRS. DUFFIELD and Co., beg to moijeit M Ni lerehants, Captains, and others who export, to in. Mr large assortm ent of Light Town-Built Carriages of spec ?? MesSe. D. and Co., have now on band up. wards of 150 vehicles, their O ln Manufacture, being the largest s5dk o~
February 3, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 

FOREIGN NEWS.

rOREIG_ 2WWO. FRANCE. The Paris papers which. have arrived since our last furnish extracts. The Court of Peers pronounced judgment oln the insurgents, in course of trial before it, at nine o'clock on the evening of Friday. The principal feature of this judgment was foreseen, that
July 21, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

EXECUTION OF WILLS.

The recent act respecting Wills, Ist Victoria, cap. 26, pre- scribes no particular form in which a will should be made; it is therefore only necessary to explain the formalities which are required to be gone through with respect to any writing intended to operate as a will, befo
August 18, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

MEMORANDA OF MEN AND MATTERS.

MASTER DANRIJ.-This worthy has just formed what he calls a " Repeal Association." He demands money as the proof of the zeal of his countrymen. We cannot imagine that he has any other object; and we have no doubt that when there is a little money in the treasury the doors will be
April 26, 1840 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

THE NAVY "ESTIMATES."

" England is a (and that can never 'be conquered, so long as the king# thereof keep the dominiton of the sea."-RALavIOH. Woe worth the day I when England's state Becomes a subject of debate, When all her ancient pride, Subservient grown to " Circumstance," Yields tamely to the s
April 28, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 

POLICE COURTS.

MANSION HOUSE. A man of very respectable appearance, named Betts, was brought before the Lord Mayor, charged under the following circumstances A cabman stated that at half-past four o'clock in the morning the defendant, his wife, and a gentleman of the name of Smih, engaged his
April 26, 1840 - The Champion - London, London, England