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PARISIAN CHIT CHAT.

PARISIAN CHIT CHAT.

Marshal Soult's state carriage, for his diplomatic mission to London, has just been off for that capital. It was built by Mesgs. Aldringhen an d Mathey in the short space of a month; and is reckoned to be one of the most splendid vehicles ever turned out of a Parisian maker's ha
June 23, 1838 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
Y.RS. SMITII, Milliner, of 987, Regent Street, respeetfully informs the Nobility and thyntrv, that she has removed to 022, Hanover

Y.RS. SMITII, Milliner, of 987, Regent Street, respeetfully informs the Nobility and thyntrv, that she has removed to 022, Hanover

Square, the corner of irook Steect. ' , UCKETS,_ DEVI r
June 23, 1838 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
COUNTESS OF MOUNTCASIIEL.

COUNTESS OF MOUNTCASIIEL.

, A rich white satin dress, covered with a tulle illusion Kerne d or ;a magnificent train in brocade d'or, richly lined with a !)eautiful white satin ; a berthe in blonde a filets d'or ; sabots in blonde a filets d'or; headdress, ostrich feathers, blonde lappets, filets d'or; pr
June 23, 1838 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
LADY EDMONSTONE.

LADY EDMONSTONE.

EDMONSTONE. Train of rich lavender satin, lined with white, and trimmed with houffants of tulle and ribbon; body and sleeves hand. soinely trimmed with blonde lace; petticoat of white sit ri with blonde flounce and ruches of net; headdress, blonde' lappets, plume of feathers, and
June 23, 1838 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
3t Ile. INGLIS,

3t Ile. INGLIS,

l'raitt of rich brocaded silver grey satin, lined white trinnood round with bottllinitti of toile and ribbon ; sleeves richly trimmed with tiothic blonde; pati,„-,„ t white moire silk, trimmed en tahlior, with blonde. Headdress of blonde, with blonde lappets, and plume of foatho
June 23, 1838 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
THE CORONATION.

THE CORONATION.

STATE PROCESSION PROM TO I Q JE:N's 1 1 .4 LACK TO TIT E WEST ti ATE OF' NV ItSTIN 1 NSTE It it ON TIM DAY OF HER MAi ESTI"S CORONATION. UNDER TIM DIRCCIION OF ONE UP THE QUEEN'S EQUERRIES, TWO ASSISTANTS. Trumpeters. A squadron of Lift) Guardi. Carriages of the Foreign resident
June 23, 1838 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
TIM WATERLOO BANQUET.

TIM WATERLOO BANQUET.

On Monday, Apsley House was once more the scene of the same splendid festival, by which the of has now for so many years commemorated the anniversary of his tlorious victory. fly the kindness of His Grace, the magnificent gallery and state apartments were thrown open from two ti
June 23, 1838 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
THE COnIIT GAZETTE.

THE COnIIT GAZETTE.

THE GAZETTE. He instantly swam to their assistance, but they clung so tightly to him, that all three sank and were drowned.— Galignani's Messenger. FIti;SCOES.—" The Minister of the Interior," says the Sleek, " has authorised the director of the French Acadennie des Beaux Arts at
December 7, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCF:.

LAW INTELLIGENCF:.

COURT OF EXCITEQUER.—DAVIS v. BROWNE.—ThC case for the plaintiff occupied the entire of Tuesday, and on Wednesday morning the proceedings were resumed. The action was brought by the plaintiff, who resided in Cork, for the purpose of making the defendant, Mr. Browne the warden of
December 7, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
THE COURT GAZETTE.

THE COURT GAZETTE.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.—SEWELL AND CO. V. TDB DUKE OF BRUNSWICK.—ThiS WAS an action brought by Messrs. Sewell and Cross azainst the Duke of Brunswick, to recover the amount of certain goods furnished to the defendant. It appeared that the defendant had contracted with the plainti
December 7, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England