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7HE THEATRES. HAYMARKET.

7HE THEATRES. HAYMARKET.

A more apt illustration could not be found of the truth contained in our remarks on the LittleiTheatre, last week, than the fact that on Tuesday last the house was completely filled to witness the representation of Teasing- made Easy. We are aware that the manager may say, If to
September 12, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
THE SUNDAY TIMES.

THE SUNDAY TIMES.

. _ To connoisseurs in puffs it Must be interesting to perceive , to what a degree of perfection the , Sunday Times has bfought • this imposing commodity. This Political Eady, not conteul with a simple mode of manufacturing his egotising hyperboles: has contrived a double plot (
September 12, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
PRISON DISCIPLINE

PRISON DISCIPLINE

Tht following (from a Correspondent of the Times) s the artiele alluded to in our las-t, on "Cruelty of • Imprisonment in England, and observations on the last Insolvent Act., " • - -- - It willhe recollected, that on the passing ofthe Gaol Act during the last - session of - Par
September 19, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
bcrality, and gentlemanly . feelings, it NNak al ,ti aps4,4 duly appreciated. The loss to his colleaEues of suoh arriala;

bcrality, and gentlemanly . feelings, it NNak al ,ti aps4,4 duly appreciated. The loss to his colleaEues of suoh arriala;

040:710, and amiable friend is very sensibly felt. What front this blight to their best and fondest hupe.4 it would e , be too painful to dwell upon. A titter person could not have been for the important mission with which liciftst.tFt‘rge" eat' Mr. Maddock': he had established
October 24, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
WINTER ASSIZES.

WINTER ASSIZES.

• , MAIDSTONE, DECEMBER 14. The Winter Gaol Delivery commenced before the Hon. Mr. Justice Burreugh and the Hon. Mr. Baron Garrow. . Ten different persons were indicted and convicted for various acts of smuggling, or resistance to Excise Officers, and were sentenced to various t
December 19, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
DESPERATE FEMALE ROBBER.

DESPERATE FEMALE ROBBER.

Sarah Jones, known in the vicinity of Holborn by the name or " the female Hercules," from her extraordinary 'strength and prowess, was brought up in custody of four or five powerful men. to H ittun-garden office, charged, with forcibly taking from the person of Joseph Preston a
December 19, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
MORE FUN FOR THE FANCY."

MORE FUN FOR THE FANCY."

ANOTI4 ER CROSS. REID ,(THE CHELSEA SNOB) AND BISHOP SHARPE. , A shameful ex hibiti‘in took place on Thursuay, at Moulsey.— Some time blek, a match was -made between Reid, the Chelsea Snob, and Bishop Sharpe,- for- aside. -Both - men - stood high in the Milling Circles. - Sharpe
December 19, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
FROM LAST NIGHTS GAZETTE. War-Office, 22cl October, 1824.

FROM LAST NIGHTS GAZETTE. War-Office, 22cl October, 1824.

Royal Reg. of Horse Guards.—Cornet H. T. Lord Pelham, from the Oth Drag. to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Arbuthnot, who retires. Ist Reg. Drag. Guards.—Cornet W. C. Smith, to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Heaviside, who retires.—Second Lieut. D. C. C. Elwes, from 23d Foot, to be C
October 24, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
EMANCIPATION OF NEGRO SLAVES.

EMANCIPATION OF NEGRO SLAVES.

In a report, given in another column, of the at the Mansion House, will be seen a case remarkable for its novelty. It appears that the ingenuity of sonic . persons has hit on the happy conceit to emancipat e , Negro Slaves in London; and, by a subterfuge, to ge' rid of all the p
October 24, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
BOW-STREET.

BOW-STREET.

MoNDAY.—A man of die name of CLrvis was held to bail on a. charge of receiving stolen pigeon.--. 1. Dupree and H. Carr (two. boys) were remanded for thrther examination, on a ehar' 6 e of robbing another boy of his wa:ch. • TUEsDAY.—Lufy Martin, lip female impostor, was committe
October 24, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England