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kateot Entelltotna.

kateot Entelltotna.

On Tuesday next her Majesty and his Royal highness Prince Albert, with the royal children, will take their departure from the Castle for th 3 winter season. The Court will proceed to Buckingham Palace, and, immediately after the opening of the house, leave town for the Isle of W
January 18, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

This truly patriotic society, the object of which is to increase the circumference of caulillowers, cabbages, broc:ili. onions, leel:s, and all other culinary vegetables, well as to a , sist in bringing to perfection fruits, flowers, and plants,—held a grand meeting at the socie
January 25, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
GAMBLERS AND GAMING HOUSES.

GAMBLERS AND GAMING HOUSES.

Never perhaps wore the prospects of the Gaming-house keepers so dismal and so unpromising as they appear to be at this liniment. Hunted from their regular pursuits, and visitors soared away by the apprehension of Police captures, added to which, the necessity for perpetual cauti
January 25, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
OUR. OVERLAND MAIL

OUR. OVERLAND MAIL

As much controversy has taken place of late between the French press and the notorious "Mrs. Ilarris," on the one hand, and the Times and kieutenant Wagliorn on the other, respecting the shortest route from India, we to state that the Censor has, by dint of the most extraordinar
January 25, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
J. F. Macfarlane, Esq.

J. F. Macfarlane, Esq.

To the Editor of the Cemor. siß,—We often find among who call themselves Liberals, conduct the very reverse. We have had in the parish of St. James a specimen of this kind of behaviour on the part of the Blues. The facts are these: a short time back there was a Judge to be elect
January 11, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
'Co Corrtoponbtnto.

'Co Corrtoponbtnto.

OUR COUNTRY be kind enough, in order to prevent any disappointment in the delivery of the Censor, to enclose a postage stamp for ticket when they order the paper, as the Post-offlee authorities will not allow the tickets to be enclosed and sent post-free with the newspaper. Homo
January 11, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
TEI_E_ CENSOR; Or, „Satirical num.

TEI_E_ CENSOR; Or, „Satirical num.

CENSOR; „Satirical SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1846. THE PUBLIC AND THE CENSOR. We cannot commence a second number journal without offering our warmest thanks to our subscribers, and the public generally, for the hearty support which has been afforded us in the publication Censor. It has
January 11, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
DENTAL QUACKERY.

DENTAL QUACKERY.

There is, it may fearlessly be asserted, no profession in which the highest and the lowest of its members stand at a distance so remote from each other as the practitioners of dental surgery; nor any body of men whose pursuits are so variously estimated, and upon whose merits pu
January 11, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
JULLIEN'S MU:U(IAI NOVELTIES. JUST PUBLIIIIA'D, THE last new Song, EXANDER LEE, entitled "BEAUTIFUL MAY," splendidly • trated by INANnAun. This

JULLIEN'S MU:U(IAI NOVELTIES. JUST PUBLIIIIA'D, THE last new Song, EXANDER LEE, entitled "BEAUTIFUL MAY," splendidly • trated by INANnAun. This

charming chausonette is now , pted separately from Jullien's Vocal Album, and may be had at the . kale, 214, Regent-street, and of all respectable-Muslc-sellers in the kingitom. "'
January 11, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
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January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England