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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

FRANCE. The sensation produced by the decision of the Tribunal of First Instance on Friday (given in our late editions last week ) has not yet subsided. The Bar is quite radiant at a result which reflects upon their profession the glory of having made the first stand against the
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MAY 1, 1852.

MAY 1, 1852.

on the,part of my colleagues and myself—l have said it before, and I maintain it—that we do not associate the extension of the suffrage necessarily with an extension of democratic power —(hear). If I could see any measure brought forward, well matured and conceived—not in politi
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
laoesuttel alleatte. Lessees, gessrs,_SnEPUEIRD anti Last Six Nights 'of the BATEMAN CHILDREN. Virginius for Four Nights only : Virginius, Mr.

laoesuttel alleatte. Lessees, gessrs,_SnEPUEIRD anti Last Six Nights 'of the BATEMAN CHILDREN. Virginius for Four Nights only : Virginius, Mr.

Creswiek. Last Two Nights ol the Coisicans. 01i Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday, VIRGINIUA. Virginius, Mr. Creswick—lcilius, Mr. Shepherd— Appius Claudius, Mr. T. Mead—Virginia, Miss Aitken. On Thursday and Friday, TIIE CORSICANS, or, The Brothers of Stillacaro. Fabian
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY NEWS, AND CHRONICLE. Official anti Volittcal Gleanings.

THE WEEKLY NEWS, AND CHRONICLE. Official anti Volittcal Gleanings.

THE WEEKLY NEWS , AND CHRONICLE. Official anti Volittcal Gleanings. We hear that the Right Hon. Sir Stratford Canning, Ambassador at Constantinople, is to be raised to the peerage by the title of Viscount Stratford de Redclifre, of Redcliffe, in the county of Somerset. The report
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
_Rabat anb .41311 Warp.

_Rabat anb .41311 Warp.

THE MEDITERRANEAN FLEEr.—Letters from Malta of the 22nd ult. as tat e that the fleet was to put to sea on that day, and remain out till November. The Admiral goes first to Mahan, thence to Gibraltar, and then to Corfu, Smyrna, and Constantinople Orrtezas FOR Is/Dia.—The followin
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Sine arts. SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS.

Sine arts. SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS.

The forty-eighth annual exhibit;on of this society was thrown open to the public on Monday last. The collection consists of 322 paintings, and, with the exception of a monotony in the selection of subjects, it may be fairly classed amongst the most satisfactory of the society's
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

The anstilutionnel says :—"The police yesterday morning found posted up in the Faubourgs St. Martin and St. Denis several printed papers, bearing the title of" Appel au People," and tending to excite the most detestable passions. This appeal to the people, signed " Les Amis de l
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Uftecttte ifiotjat Proprietor, Mr,B..WEBSTF.E. Directress, Madame CELESTE. Another Adelphi Hit. Great Success of the New Drama. Monday, May :ird, and

Uftecttte ifiotjat Proprietor, Mr,B..WEBSTF.E. Directress, Madame CELESTE. Another Adelphi Hit. Great Success of the New Drama. Monday, May :ird, and

during the Week, the highly successful New Drama, in Three Acts, called THE QUEEN OF THE MARKET. Principal Characters by Messrs. Hughes, Paul Bedford, 0. Smith, Emery, Honey, Worrell, Cullen ford, C. J. Smith ; Miss E. Harding, Miss E. thaplin, Mrs. Laws, and Mrs. Keeley Afterwh
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
In a few days will be published, post Bvo. ' with 104 Wood-cut Illustrations, price 12 5 ., Vol. 11.

In a few days will be published, post Bvo. ' with 104 Wood-cut Illustrations, price 12 5 ., Vol. 11.

of MHE NATURAL HISTORY of ANIMALS. A.. Being the Substance of Three Courses of Lectures delivered before the Royal Institution of Great Britain. By Professor T. RYMER JONES, F.A.S. John Van Vomit, I, Paternoster-row.
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY NEWS AND CHRONICLE.

THE WEEKLY NEWS AND CHRONICLE.

SIX number ' were the Honourable Cecilia Carrington , Lady Harriet Herbert, Miss Somerset, the Honourable Lucy Neville, the Honourable Harriet Cholmondeley, and Miss Gaskell. They each wore dresses of white poult de soie, with jackets of pink silk—a costume which, as they were g
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England