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THE GREAT GOG AT THE POST OFFICE.

THE GREAT GOG AT THE POST OFFICE.

The Earl of St. Germans has gone, through a formal inauguration, and is now Postmaster-General. A silken lord, a drawing-room dandy, a butterfly of the world of fashion, is now the legitimate head of the greatest business establishment in the kingdom. That his Earlship possesses
January 11, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
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January 18, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
TEE PROPRIETORS-OF TliE " .. 0 TUB PUBLIC. " ; . S an accept:id NEW YEAII'S GIFT ,O tio y,

TEE PROPRIETORS-OF TliE " .. 0 TUB PUBLIC. " ; . S an accept:id NEW YEAII'S GIFT ,O tio y,

r, Tar an WI, SATIEUPAL TUNES," see c MI the Advent of nJ, free and unconditionally, to one of each class of 5,0 0 subscribers to the first number of the Paper, the stint of' twenty pounds. The allotment of the several twenty pou n d * which is so to be given away, will be regul
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
SILVER SUPERSEDED, and those corrosive and injurious Metals, called Nickel and German Silver, supplanted by the introduction of a new

SILVER SUPERSEDED, and those corrosive and injurious Metals, called Nickel and German Silver, supplanted by the introduction of a new

and perfectly matchless ALBATA PLATE. C. WATsos, 41 end 42, Dar. Wean. and 16, Norton Folgate, aided by a person of Science in the amalgamation of Metals, has succeeded in bringing to Public Notice the mostbeau. tiful article ever yet offered; possessing all the richness of Silv
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
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