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SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

PREACHING BY THE CLOCK.—A rev, gentleman from a northern city was in one of the churches in Glasgow on the forenoon of the last fast-day; the service commenced at the usual hour, quarter before 11; the preacher continued his discourse until the clock opposite to him indicated 10
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
GREECE.

GREECE.

THE .Augsburg Gazette publishes a letter from Athens, mentioning that a revolt had taken place in Candia, and that the Turks and Christians had joined against the Egyptians, and driven them from the island. The Pasha was said to have fallen in the revolt. An attempt to murder th
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Dramatfr 2filirror. "The stage I choose, a subject fair and tree; 'Tis yours—'tis mine—'tie public property."

Dramatfr 2filirror. "The stage I choose, a subject fair and tree; 'Tis yours—'tis mine—'tie public property."

Those well acquainted with the movements in the theatrical world, and who are at the same time conversant with the many vicissitudes under which it labours, are aware of the existence of certain periods of the year when the theatrical mercury rises or falls according to the peri
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
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MONDAY. COURT OF CHANCERY. SANDERSON V. BAILEY. THE LORD CHANCELLOR delivered judgment in this case, which was argued some time since. It came before the Court upon appeal from the Vice Chancellor, and the point to be decided was, what class of persons were interested in a beque
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
WESTMINSTER GENERAL SESSIONS.

WESTMINSTER GENERAL SESSIONS.

THURSDAY. (Before Mr. Sergeant ADAMS and a Bench of Magistrates.] The sessions commenced this morning, in the Guildhall, Westminster. Mr. Payne said: The prisoners are entitled by law to have a copy of the depositions. It is considered a great grievance when ebpies are not furni
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
BOW-STREET

BOW-STREET

SINGULAR OVERIL—Two fashionably-dressed young men came to this office to give information that they bad lost a large sum of money on Tuesday evening. They mentioned the object of their visit to the gaoler, who referred them to the clerk, by whom they were asked some questions, a
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
ST. PAUL, COVENT-GARDEN.-THE RATING OF COVENT-GARDEN THEATRE.

ST. PAUL, COVENT-GARDEN.-THE RATING OF COVENT-GARDEN THEATRE.

A vestry meeting of this parish was held in the vestry-room. on Thursday, to consider what steps should be adopted in consequence of the decision of the magistrates in having reduced the assessment of Covent-garden theatre from 2,800/. a year to 1,200/. The subject has caused mu
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
WORKS OF UNIVERSAL INTEREST. THE ESSENCE OF A THOUSAND CHOICE VOLUMES. KIDD'S SAYINGS WORTH HEARING, and Secrets worth Knowing. 12th

WORKS OF UNIVERSAL INTEREST. THE ESSENCE OF A THOUSAND CHOICE VOLUMES. KIDD'S SAYINGS WORTH HEARING, and Secrets worth Knowing. 12th

Edition. 'ln Two Parts. Price Is. 6d. each. ' KIDD'S CENTURY of THOUGHTS on a .MULTITUDE of *SUBJECTS. 12th Edition. In Two Parts. Price is. 6d. each. KIDD'S STREAMS of KNOWLEDGE from the FOUNTAINS of WISDOM. 12th Edition. In Two Parts. Price Is. Gt/. each. Iv. KIDD'S GOLDEN REC
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY,

WEDNESDAY,

MANSION HOUSE.—The clerk of the High Wycombe Union appeared before the Lord Mayor to give some information respecting the seven boys whose case was noticed in our last. He said they went to a national school, and a man was employed to bring them back to the workhouse. The letter
July 22, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
CORONER'S INQUEST. MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR IN ST. PANCRAS.

CORONER'S INQUEST. MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR IN ST. PANCRAS.

AN inquest was held on Tuesday at the Globe, Londonstreet, Tottenham-court-road, before Mr. Stirling and a respectable jury, relative to the death of Mr. Thomas Davidson Pow, aged 24, a gentleman of independence, which took place under circumstances of a very extraordinary natur
July 22, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England