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parorbiat inttitigna,

parorbiat inttitigna,

THE REGISTRATION.—The time is near at hand when, as Sir Robert Peel observed, the battle must be fought in the Registration Courts. We therefore purpose to present our readers with what have been the preparations made in the principal parishes of the metropolitan boroughs for th
August 5, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Corrroponbtitrt. TO THE MEMBERS OP THE LONDON DOCK COMMITTEE.

Corrroponbtitrt. TO THE MEMBERS OP THE LONDON DOCK COMMITTEE.

GENTLEMEN,—In advocating the cause of the most industrious and worst-paid of your servant s , I have not been induced to do so from the slightest hope of ameliorating their condition by appealing to your feelings of liberality or humanity. The futility of such a course has been
August 5, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Amusements for "Ever and a Day.”

Amusements for "Ever and a Day.”

IDD'S LITTLE WORLD OF GREAT AND 1. GOOD THINGS; a Literary Note-Book: reflecting the brightest rays of living and departed Genius, and adapted to the taste of every class of readers. Price only 6s. handsomely bound and beautifully illustrated. Sixth edition. "A volume of never-e
July 15, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
NEW STRAND,

NEW STRAND,

THE Distin family have transferred their services for a few nights to this establishment, in concert with the Masters Viotti and Linley Collins. The talented performances of these adult and juvenile artistes are already familiar to the public. Perhaps for versatility and correct
July 15, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE NEW BEER TRADE. DARTFORD.

THE NEW BEER TRADE. DARTFORD.

(From a Correspondent.)—The magistrates here have no mercy. According to their new regulations, the beer-shops, from October the Ist to March the 25th, may be opened at six o'clock, and must be closed at nine. All the rest of the year the opening hour is fixed at five, and the t
October 7, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF THE AMERICAN LEAPER.

DEATH OF THE AMERICAN LEAPER.

Sam Scott, a sailor, well known as the Yankee leaper, who came to this "country about a twelvemonth ago,. and who has lately been astonishing the good folks of Bristol with his extraordinary performances, had announced his intention of jumping, on Thursday last, from a scaffold,
October 7, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT. WEDNESDAY.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT. WEDNESDAY.

A PICTURE FANCIER.—WiIIiam Neate was opposed by Mr. Cooke for Mr. Francis Millen, a surgeon in Farrinbfrdon-street. He was also opposed in person by a Mr. Ratcliffe, a Mr. Wilson, and a Mr. Birch. He was supported by Mr. Woodroffe. The insolvent was described in his schedule as
October 7, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL COGNAC BRANDY DISTILLERY COMPANY, 18, KING STREET, SNOWHILL, LONDON. This Company manufactures BRANDY EQUAL TO COGNAC, by a newly.

NATIONAL COGNAC BRANDY DISTILLERY COMPANY, 18, KING STREET, SNOWHILL, LONDON. This Company manufactures BRANDY EQUAL TO COGNAC, by a newly.

Invented ingenious apparatus, the secret of which is exclusively secured to this Company. The Brandy produced by the above means is manufactured by the original inventor of Brandy in this country, and is undistinguishable from Cognac Brandy; not only possessing its flavour, but
October 7, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Salmon v. Randall.

Salmon v. Randall.

Mr. GELDART followed Mr. JACOBS for the plaintiffs, and Mr. GREENE appeared for two of the colleges in Cambridge, under which the plaintiffs held.—Mr. K. BRUCE having replied, the CHANCELLOR said he would give judgment in the case to-morrow morning. Robinson v:Catlin. Mr. CRAIG
July 29, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE RADICAL DINNER AT LIVERPOOL.

THE RADICAL DINNER AT LIVERPOOL.

The dinner took place this evening, Tuesday, at the Queen's theatre, the pit of which was boarded over for the occasion, along which, extending from the stage to the boxes, six rows of tables were laid, not a place being unoccupied. The lower circle of boxes was appropriated to
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England