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September 23, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
John Richardson, a person holding the office of fireman at St. James's Palace, hod John Appleton, were brought before Mr. DM, charged with having stolen a quantity of pavingstones from the precincts of the palace. They were remanded. Policeman Felmer, C 130, was charged with bay
November 25, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
LONDON, JANUARY 6, 1838. great bell of St. Stephen's has sounded the alarm for the speedy meeting of Parliament—and already the adverse factions are training their bands, and beating up for recruits. That there will be a formidable display on both sides we have no doubt; and, if
Mr. Wilson, said to be a nephew of the present Lord Mayor, and a member of the Common Council, was charged with assaulting a constable of the metropolitan police while in the execution of his duty. Mr. White, the sitting magistrate, fined him 100, which was paid.
eopaiba, mercury, or other injurious drugs; is the cheapest, safest, and most effective remedy for gonorrlara, gleet, strictures, pain in the loins, mercurialism; and general debility, having never been known to fail in curing the worst cases in a few days. It requires no constr
HAMBERLAIN, Manufacturer of the EYE-PRESERVING SPECTACLES, upon unerring principles, respectfully informs the Public, that his prices are less than half those usually charged by other Opticians. Patronised by the Nobility, Clergy, the Principals of the British Museum, and strong
PRY." MR. is commotion amongst the extortionate portion of the Literati; the publication of my letters has created, in newspaper phraseology, a "great sensation." Barney Gregory looks more like Pope Gregory than ever; Mrs. Parlby has had an historical fit, and dyed her hair blue
AN aspirant for histrionic honours, as well as for dramatic composition, has stepped before the curtain of this theatre since our last, and who, independent of bearing the soubriquet of William Shakspeare, is stated by the committee of management to have descended from, the bard