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IMPA.RCH or O'CONNELLISIVI AND 11171WRITG. REPEAL AGITATION IN IRELAND, &c. &o. &o.

IMPA.RCH or O'CONNELLISIVI AND 11171WRITG. REPEAL AGITATION IN IRELAND, &c. &o. &o.

IMPA.RCH or O'CONNELLISIVI AND REPEAL AGITATION IN IRELAND, &c. &o. &o. Mr. Daniel O'Connell has issued another of his thousand and one missives to the "hereditary bondsmen," which, as usual, has found its way into almost every newspaper in Ireland; but which, had it proceeded fr
January 14, 1843 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY. TUESDAY.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY. TUESDAY.

(Before Mr. Commissioner Fonblanque.) TUE PICCADILLY SALOON.-IN RE GOODERED. The bankrupt had been for years the proprietor of the well-known Piccadilly Saloon. His debts and liabilities were large (including blank acceptances to Mr. Cassidy), and all the property received by th
January 14, 1843 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ALBERT SALOON, Standard Tavern, Shepherdess Walk, City Road. H. Brading, Proprietor. GRAND JUVENILE NIGHT. On Monday, January 9th, will

ROYAL ALBERT SALOON, Standard Tavern, Shepherdess Walk, City Road. H. Brading, Proprietor. GRAND JUVENILE NIGHT. On Monday, January 9th, will

be presented an entirely New Comic Pantomime, written by Mr. W. Rogers, called THE CHINESE W4R ; or, HARLEQUIN AND THE GREAT MAGICIAN OF PEKIN. In which will be introduced a splendid Panorama, representing a Voyage from Portsmouth Harbour to ' the coast of China. To be supported
January 7, 1843 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
THE Bitirrrsla QUEEN AND BRITISII STATESMAN.

THE Bitirrrsla QUEEN AND BRITISII STATESMAN.

AS THE BRITISH STATESMAN is about to-be incorporated with THE BRITISH QUEEN, and will henceforward appear as part and parcel of that popular journal, it may be a matter of interest to the readers of THE BRITISH STATESMAN to view the tenor and spirit of the articles which, from t
January 21, 1843 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
AWFUL LOSS OF LIFE.-80 MEN DROWNED,

AWFUL LOSS OF LIFE.-80 MEN DROWNED,

Rhos seldom fallen to our lot to record so melancholy a catastrophe as that which will be found detailed in the following statement, being an extract from a letter received from a private correspondent at Dundrum, in the county of Down. Eighty poor fishermen have fallen victims
January 21, 1843 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
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January 21, 1843 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
MARYLEBONE.

MARYLEBONE.

TAKEN IN. 7 4 A well-dressed -- middle-aged woman, who gave her name Sarah Robinson, was placed at the bar before Mr. Long, charzed with having obtained money, and various articles of apparel from Eliza Headlaid, under pretence of telling .her fortune. From the evidence of compl
March 26, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
CHAMBERS'S LONDON JOURNAL,

CHAMBERS'S LONDON JOURNAL,

UNIVERSALLY pronounced the most instructive and entertaining Periodical of the day. In addition to a varied and selection from the best literary productions extant, its columns contain outoirtAL CONTRIBUTIONS from our most eminent Authors, amongst which will be found—
March 26, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
LATEST EDITION. 41; rttiO ktateftan+ SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1842.

LATEST EDITION. 41; rttiO ktateftan+ SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1842.

LATEST EDITION. rttiO ktateftan+ SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1842. SIR ROBERT "LE VEUT." LORD J. RUSSELL has mustered courage to show fight. Little David meets Goliah, but we fear, not with David's success. But David meets the ponderous giant less upon the broad question, than upon the c
March 26, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
HEIRS AT LAW AND NEXT OF KIN.

HEIRS AT LAW AND NEXT OF KIN.

THE collection of these Notices is accompanied with gfeat trouble and expense. Persons interested in them, can obtain the name of the Solicitor to whom • application is to be made, together with all necessary information, on the payment of ss, at the office of the BRITISH STATES
March 26, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England