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THE COURT GAZETTE

THE COURT GAZETTE

expressing their feelings towards him; but, in the evening, he was hailed on his entrance by loud and prolonged shouts, while the whole audience stood up—a reception by which he appeared to be much moved. On Friday, the composition selected for this, the last day, was that stupe
September 28, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
COURT GAZETTE

COURT GAZETTE

AND FASHIONABLE GUIDE. LONDON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER S. THE truth of the picture drawn of Don Carlos, by the Earl of Clarendon, sonic two months back, has been well justified by the event. We are not surprised at it. *When that masterly exposition appeared in the Court Gazette, we
September 28, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
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GAZETTE, hriD eav3Dx4

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September 14, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
SINGULAR SCAFFOLD SCENE AT ATHENS.

SINGULAR SCAFFOLD SCENE AT ATHENS.

Monday, the sth of August, was fixed for the execution of two men for murder. It had been decided to substitute the French system of guillotining for the decapitation by the sword, which was previously the custom. A week before the fatal day I witnessed the arrival at Athens of
September 14, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
UTILITY AND ECONOMY.

UTILITY AND ECONOMY.

THOSE LADIES who value a clear and brilliant 1 appearance in their Laces, Muslins, B:c., are earnestly recommended to make a trial of RIGGE'S ULTRAMARINE CAKE BLUE; its extreme purity and cheapness gives it a decided preference over the common stone or powder blues; and as it ma
September 14, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL PAPERS. ON A LATE MOURNFUL EVENT.

ORIGINAL PAPERS. ON A LATE MOURNFUL EVENT.

Mother! in the vale of years Thou bast tasted woe and tears; She, the loved one, has departed— God has called the broken-hearted; Slander's tongue may wound no more, Life and pain alike are o'er Brother of an ancient line, How thy lofty heart must pine, That a foul false-hearted
July 13, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN NBWS.

FOREIGN NBWS.

RUSSIA AND CIRCASSIA.— The Augsburg Gazette• contains accounts from Odessa of the operations of the Russian army in Circassia. A corps of 5000 Russians had landed near Subezky, and immediately afterwards personal given battle to 6000 Circassi ans under the direction of Mr. Bell.
July 13, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
GRAND CHANGE.

GRAND CHANGE.

DUBOURG'S SPLENDID MECHANICAL MUSEUM of 500 AUTOMATON FIGURES—LION and HORSES—by Sig. GAGLIARDI, Windmill-street, Haymarket.— Saloon, ; Gallery, lid. Children, Half-price.—Open from Eleven in the Morning till Eleven at Night.—A Cosmorama, with the New Group—the Death of Marco Bo
July 13, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.

ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.

The Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe have left town for Brighton. The Marchioness of jWestminster has left Grosvenor House for Cowes, Isle of Wight. The Countess of Wilton has left Grosvenor-square for Earnsgate. _ _ The Earl and Countess of Somers have left town for their seat, Ea
July 13, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
MEDICINE CHESTS.—ANCELL and ELAM beg to acquaint Families going into the Country, visiting the Continent, or travelling to the East

MEDICINE CHESTS.—ANCELL and ELAM beg to acquaint Families going into the Country, visiting the Continent, or travelling to the East

or West Indies, that they have an extensive VARIETY OF CHESTS, suitable for every purpose, and fitted with appropriate Medicines for every climate. Persons emigrating to the Colonies, also Merchants and Captains, are supplied on the best terms.—l 96, Oxford-street, two doors fro
July 13, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England