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MORE WONDERS.

MORE WONDERS.

That nine days' wonder, the Mammoth horse, ceasing to be the attractive lion he once proved, Mr. Carter is seeking for a monster of the asinine species. The number of animals, of the required description, sent him, is truly astonishing. Among the first favourites, are a shaggy b
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
THE RAILWAY MANIA.

THE RAILWAY MANIA.

Every week, we might say every day, elicits some fresh species of railway fraud and folly. Failures and Suicides, in their most fearful forms, are some of the bitter fruits which have resulted from the reckless efforts made by the many to reach fortune by a shorter, but more dev
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
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January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
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ACCEPTABLE PRESENTS, rpHE present season is hallowed by one of the most deliatiful offices of friendship and affection the interchange of gifts as remembrances of the donors, and tokens of their esteem for the receivers. The most appropriate present becomes the first subject of
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
"DOUBLE SIIUFVLE."

"DOUBLE SIIUFVLE."

Cobden will deliver a serio comico lecture, to prove that Bunyan (bunnion) never contributed to a Pilgrim's Progress, and to show that free trade in corn will best find out where the shoe pinches. Lord Ashley will deliver "THE LETTER." The whole will be wound up each night by a
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
THE WASHERWOMEN AND .LAW-WRITERS.

THE WASHERWOMEN AND .LAW-WRITERS.

Sur, i hay been a ritin abaut the Lor rit,ers wat hay cum forword to demand a rize in prises for there ritin on a kown of the evy work they had to do abaut the ralewa kumpanys as they see wat wod hay bekum of the skemes if it had not been there wurkin so ard in time for parlymin
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
LAST OF HIS ENGAGEMENT,

LAST OF HIS ENGAGEMENT,

perfoi•ninnee will be varied on each occasion; but, in consequence of the Immense applause that is universally bestowed on Paganini's "Caruaval de Vertise," he will, in addition, repeat that celebrated piece every night. SIGNOR SIVORI'S LAST SIX PERFORMANCES. Mottner, Jan. s—Gro
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
THE CENSOR SATIRICAL TIMES.

THE CENSOR SATIRICAL TIMES.

SATIRE, BUT NOT SLANDER. SUNDAY, JANUARY 4, 1846. 13, GeorKe.street; Hanover-square. NEW YEAR of the BRITISH and . FOREIGN INSTITUTE.—The new Cards of Membership fir the year 18411, are now ready for issue, aud may be had at the Rooms of the Institute. Candidates desirous of ent
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
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January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
MOTIONS IN PARLIAMENT.

MOTIONS IN PARLIAMENT.

The forthcoming Session of Parliament will be one unparalleled in the history of the country, if but a tithe of the motions now standing on the books be brought before the House. From the heterogeneous mass we select a few for the consideration of our readers. Electors might pro
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England