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THE COAL TRADE.

THE COAL TRADE.

We perceive by the statements in the daily papers that the Lord Mayor continues to burn the coals with which he has been supplied at 225. per ton, not only his own satisfaction, but to that of his numerous guests, SO much so that they appear to be unanimous in their opinion that
March 3, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

TUESDAY.—SeveraI petitions were presented by Lord DEVON against the repeal of the Corn-laws. Upon the motion of Lord DUNGANNON, the Relief (Ireland) Amendment Act Bill passed through a Committee of the whole House, and was reported without amendment. On the motion for Committee
March 3, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
ratnatic liiirror.

ratnatic liiirror.

ratnatic "The stage I choose, a subject fair and free ; 'Tis yours—'tis mine—lis publie property." We are glad to find that our remarks upon the glaring absurdity of the observance of Lent, as connected with the Theatrical world, has called forth some observations from the rest o
March 3, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
ZrtfrientO, 14)&1=0, &T.

ZrtfrientO, 14)&1=0, &T.

FIRE AND MELANCHOLY Loss OF LIFE IN DUBLIN..--OR Monday night last a fire, attended with peculiarly destructive circumstances, broke out in the house of Mr. Somers, a chandler, of No. 28, Mary-street. The flames appeared to have originated in the shop, and from the very inflamma
March 3, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
MR. FROST.

MR. FROST.

The following correspondence has recently taken place between the Secretary of State for the Home Department, and Mr. Frost, a magistrate of Monmouthshire, and a m ember of the so called National Convention : "Whitehall, Feb. 12, 1839. " Sir,—l am directed by Lord John Russell t
March 3, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
DROP SEVENTEEN.

DROP SEVENTEEN.

There are some few women who will despise you for loving them, but none who will hale you without a much better reason. TWENTY-FIVE. I have noticed that those men who give bad characters of women have usually worse characters themselves. DROP TWENTY-EIGUT. Distrust nine girls in
March 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
7'

7'

March 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
NEW BEER TRADE.

NEW BEER TRADE.

We congratulate the beersellers of England upon the triumph achieved in their behalf, by the proceedings of Tuesday last, in the House of Commons. It will be recollected, that when Lord Broughham brought forward his bill to take away consumption from the premises of the beersell
March 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

TUESDAY.—Lord BROUGHAM, in the House of Peers, called attention to the warlike demonstrations made by the Porte, as . affecting Egypt. The wise and intelligent ruler of that country was on the most friendly terms with England; many of her institutions he had copied; he had estab
March 17, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
ATTEMPT OF A HUSBAND TO MURDER HIS NEWLY-MARRIED WIFE.

ATTEMPT OF A HUSBAND TO MURDER HIS NEWLY-MARRIED WIFE.

For the last few days a good deal of excitement has prevailed among the inhabitants of the secluded village of Southgate, Middlesex, and its vicinity, owing to a deliberate attempt on the part of a young man; named Richard Whiting, to cut the throat of a young woman to whom he h
March 17, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England