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SENTENCES UPON THE PRISONERS.

SENTENCES UPON THE PRISONERS.

The business of the session being finished, the Recorder Proceeded to pass sentence upon the following prisoners : - Transportation for ten years—Francis Morris, For seven years—Morris Holleran, Charles Morris. Imprisonment for six months—James Trudgfield, William Hibhald, Georg
December 23, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
BRENTFORD PETTY SESSIONS.

BRENTFORD PETTY SESSIONS.

COMMITTAL OF A GANG OF ROBBERS.—Wednesday, the Rev. Dr. Walmsey, peorge Baillie, B. I. Armstrong, and Charles Turner, Esqrs., the sitting magistrates, were occupied near six hours, in investigating numerous charges of robbery against George Camp, Daniel Thomas alias " Dirty Thom
February 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
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iLitcrature anb jftnc;UV:),

iLitcrature anb jftnc ;UV:), THE MAGAZINES. Frazer, this month, is somewhat wordy, and "egotistical ;" whilst a loose train of thinking, bordering on sophistry itself, pervades the spirit of some of the leading selections. For instance, the article on "Talleyrand" lays to the acc
February 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
PATRONISED BY HER MAJESTY AND ALL THE COURTS OF EUROPE. r 'ALPINE'S AFRICAN BALM.—This inimitable Balm was first introduced by

PATRONISED BY HER MAJESTY AND ALL THE COURTS OF EUROPE. r 'ALPINE'S AFRICAN BALM.—This inimitable Balm was first introduced by

C. WAlpine in Paris, in 1836, and having received highly-flattering testimonials of its extraordinary efficacy from the most eminent medical gentlemen in that and the United Kingdoms, have induced him to offer it to the British public. It not only prevents Baldness, and all comp
February 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
" Giff I sail dance, have donne, hat se, Blew up the bagpyp than."

" Giff I sail dance, have donne, hat se, Blew up the bagpyp than."

Indeed, although we are justly proud of our ancient proficiency on the harp, and adhere unhesitatingly to our claims to supremacy on that head, we are much disposed, upon a candid consideration of the facts, to resign to the English the palm of superiority in this less refined d
February 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

BARBAROUS MURDER AND ARREST OF THE ASSASSIN.— Some particulars have already appeared of the most sanguinary murder committed on Friday night last, at a place called Kilbricken, Queen's County. The victim was a discharged policeman, named Isaac Worrell, who had received compensat
February 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
FOR THIS PAPER.

FOR THIS PAPER.

Ipswich—Mr. ROOT. 9 Liverpool—Mr. SmxTR, Scotlandplace. • Liskirk—Mr. BENNETT. Leeds Mrs. MANN, Central • market. - Maidstone Mr. L INDRIDGR ; Mr. King-street. tr ner— I 3 Parade Marlborough a r tirwooD, Oldham-seet. . Margate—CAßTEß, Steam Navigation-office,eMarlborough Messrs.
February 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
A PARTNER WANTED. AN ELIGIBLE OPPORTUNITY now presents itself to a party of perseverance and energy, possessed of a small

A PARTNER WANTED. AN ELIGIBLE OPPORTUNITY now presents itself to a party of perseverance and energy, possessed of a small

Capital (say from £3OO to £600) to unite with the Advertiser in carrying on the Manufacture and promoting the Sale of an Article of Universal Consumpt'oe, and yielding a large Profit. Address to H. P. (all Letters to be post paid) care of Mr. Hayden, 166, Fleet-street.
February 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE CORN-LAWS.

THE CORN-LAWS.

The Corn-law agitation proceeds gloriously. From all quarters of the kingdom, from the wealthiest cities and the humbler boroughs, from men of all ranks, the one cry comes pealing on our ears, for a total repeal of the Tax on Bread. We should but deceive our readers, did we flat
February 3, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
UNION.HALL.

UNION.HALL.

PENNY THEATRES.—Edward Richardson, John Webley, Ann Ramsay, and Ellen Brown, performers at a penny theatre in the Mint, Southwark, were brought up in custody, charged with playing the " regular drama" in an unlicensed theatre. The defendants appeared at the bar in their theatric
February 3, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England