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THE ACCIDENT ON THE NORFOLK RAILWAY.

THE ACCIDENT ON THE NORFOLK RAILWAY.

The inquest on Richard Hedger, the stoker, and Edward Picker» ing, the engine driver, who were lately killed upon this railway, in adjourned till Monday. There appears to be a very strong and rea. sonable desire on the part of the railway authorities to throw the blame of the ac
January 11, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
THE LETTER OF BABINGTON MACAULAY.

THE LETTER OF BABINGTON MACAULAY.

Much observation having been made upon Babington Macaulay's letter, some inaccurate versions of which have been circulated, we thought it would interest our readers if they had the genuine production laid before them. We, therefore, at once applied to the distinguished writer, w
January 11, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
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January 11, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
PEACE OR WAR.

PEACE OR WAR.

By the arrival of the Acadia we are put in possession of advices from America up to the Ist inst. ; and we, certainly, find nothing in them that indicates a more pacific feeling on the part of Jonathan. All parties seem to be in that serious mood which is indicative of a perilou
January 18, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
JANUARY 18,, 1846.

JANUARY 18,, 1846.

January 18, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
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COVENT GARDEN.—The public have been gratified by a prolongation ofJullien's concerts. These delightful entertainments are carried on with a tact and talent which well deserve success; and much gratified are we to perceive that the public acknowledge the musical labours of Jullie
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
WHICH IS THE LIAR i

WHICH IS THE LIAR i

There haa not been for many years such a "mighty pretty" quarrel as that now waging between the Times' commissioner and Daniel O'Connell and, could we hope that the Irish people would for once indu lge in a little quiet reflection, we should almost expect that the labours of the
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
THE INDIAN JUGGLER AT THE ADMIRALTY.

THE INDIAN JUGGLER AT THE ADMIRALTY.

So, Ellenborough is to be taken into the Ministry; and the great Indian Juggler is to perform his too clever tricks at the Admiralty. We had thought Sir Robert possessed more sense than to hamper himself with such a buffoon. A greater insult has not been offered to the country s
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
Zattot Enteittgence.

Zattot Enteittgence.

MINISTERIAL MOVEMENTS.-Sir Robert Peel, accompanied by Lady Peel, left Windsor Castle on Friday for town, after a visit to her Majesty since Tuesday last. The Earl of Lincoln and the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone also close their visit to the Queen, anti return to town. The Earl of
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
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January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England