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" I am, gentlemen, yours respectfully, " August 26, 1841. "JOHN LOLIFFE."

" I am, gentlemen, yours respectfully, " August 26, 1841. "JOHN LOLIFFE."

Prepared by the Proprietors, T. ROBERTS and Co., 9, Crane Court, Fleet Street, London; and sold wholesale by their appointment, by E. EDWARDS, 67, St. Paul's Churchyard; also by BARCLAYS and SONS, Farringdon Street; and SUTTON and Co., Bow Churchyard. Price Is. 1 1., 2s. 9d., an
April 24, 1842 - Bell's Penny Dispatch - London, London, England
 
FUNERAL OF SAMUEL HOLBERRY, THE MURDERED CHARTIST, 842.

FUNERAL OF SAMUEL HOLBERRY, THE MURDERED CHARTIST, 842.

wife's parents which stands down a lane, a few hundred yards to the west of the principal street. About half-past two o'clock, the procession began fo move, led by a band of musicians playing the solemn air of Pleyell's German Hymn. Ile hearse. and its short attendant train of c
July 10, 1842 - Bell's Penny Dispatch - London, London, England
 
THE PARIS CONSPIRACY.

THE PARIS CONSPIRACY.

(From a Correspondent.) • Few circumstances of late years have excited public attention equal to the irrnthows prOcteding of Mel.rfi, Casody mid C o , or i d hs theft, bfivft 00*n eu thugh a Npriratilv irf 07.4 itoo bowie e*,40, 5 1 •
February 27, 1842 - Bell's Penny Dispatch - London, London, England
 
THE QUgEN OF CYPRUS HiFi NiF6T j BRIDE. AN HISTORICAL ROMANCE.

THE QUgEN OF CYPRUS HiFi NiF6T j BRIDE. AN HISTORICAL ROMANCE.

THE QUgEN OF CYPRUS N i F6T j BRIDE. AN HISTORICAL ROMANCE. (Continued from our last.) Nina looked rather incredulously at Bridgetta, as if at a loss how. far she ought - to give 'credit to statement. At first She was inclined to consider the whole of it an exaggeration; for whic
March 13, 1842 - Bell's Penny Dispatch - London, London, England
 
(Ai/mit xlr.

(Ai/mit xlr.

xlr. _ . • .Blue Beclie •! • • • ittlakir bad kept -his word . ; he,llad'offeii rettiro e ‘ .to Youpardot's ; the 'sight of that family An agreeable- refreshment to tutu after •there talked .of hik old friend l a ktitni 19, whom he had been unable to meet of Prosper . , from whom
July 24, 1842 - Bell's Penny Dispatch - London, London, England
 
aeeThe's - fOn ts; irij holt was to sheti the same dispo tainly let him join the army, exci be

aeeThe's - fOn ts; irij holt was to sheti the same dispo tainly let him join the army, exci be

tall enough. One musn't that's my principle. As for IN yet what he'll make." "I know he gteals my presert " Ah ! my dear friend, all ch more or less. If you didn't lock he would take them —but he wot The news of a great-victory inc . rease the entlin i siarn of the peroitl- it w
July 24, 1842 - Bell's Penny Dispatch - London, London, England
 
BELL'SI EN DI4ATCH- AND SUNDAY CHRONICLE.

BELL'SI EN DI4ATCH- AND SUNDAY CHRONICLE.

BELL'S I EN DI4ATCH - AND SUNDAY CHRONICLE. most valiant captain; she fought on sea and land with equal bravery,' &c., She 'went, sword in hand, through her states, which were invaded by her. competitor, Charles de Blois. She not only sustained two assaults, armed cap-it-pie, in
July 24, 1842 - Bell's Penny Dispatch - London, London, England
 
PEOPLE' WEEKLY ADVE TIZER, SPORTING AND POLICE GAZETTE, AND NEWSPAPER OF ROMANCE.

PEOPLE' WEEKLY ADVE TIZER, SPORTING AND POLICE GAZETTE, AND NEWSPAPER OF ROMANCE.

SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1842. ONE PENNY.
May 8, 1842 - Bell's Penny Dispatch - London, London, England
 
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f - c . ;) -1 ?It • ,7 4 . a, • No. 77. YOUNG WOMET •C` • • " 7 : - Mir • - _
May 8, 1842 - Bell's Penny Dispatch - London, London, England
 
CHAPTER IV.

CHAPTER IV.

_ sure you, during the whole of . that -time I lia,ye • not quitted her for one minute during the day." was quite true. Cecilia remained in the drawing-room beside her -mother, and even in the promenades in the park, Henry never for a moment found himself-tete-a...the with Cecil
May 15, 1842 - Bell's Penny Dispatch - London, London, England