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THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

GUILDHALL. George Abbot, a pauper of Aldgate parish, was brought before Mr. Alderman MAGNAY, for re-examination, on suspicion of having attempted to set fire to Aldgate workhouse. The prison surgeon sent no report as to the state of his mind; but Mr. Jones, the parochial surgeon
October 21, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
T HAMES LIGHTER AND SMALL CRAFT STEAM TOWING COMPANY, for towing Vessels up and down the River, through the Pools

T HAMES LIGHTER AND SMALL CRAFT STEAM TOWING COMPANY, for towing Vessels up and down the River, through the Pools

and above Bridge. The Prospectus of the above Company is now ready for delivery at their Offices, 29, Bucklersbury. Applications for Shares to be addressed (post paid) to the Directors of the Company, or to the Solicitors, Messrs. Young, Botwood and Young, 29, Mark-lane.
October 21, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
TO THE DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS IN THE COUNTRY.

TO THE DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS IN THE COUNTRY.

Mr. DEAN, late Secretary to the "London Assistant Drapers' Mutual Improvement Friendly Association," has issued the following address to the Drapers' Assistants in the country:— "Permit one, who is well known to a nume r ou s p or ti on o f your respectable body, to call your es
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
WORSHIP-STRET.

WORSHIP-STRET.

- • . . • • A man named Thomas Fosket was brought before gr. Gnovg, charged under the following cirucmstances :—Police constable Smith, G 171, stated that between ten and eleven o'clock on the night before he saw the defendant busily engaged at the toll-bar at the corner of Bath
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Henry Sayers, of Hapstead-green, Ardingley, Sussex, draper—Sophia Bacon, of Cranford-bridge, Bedfont, victualler—Augustus tirmston Meredith, of Portsmouth, draper—Thomas Wise, of 66, Wardour-street, Soho, apothecary—Samuel Tunnicliffe, pow or late of the Navy Anna, Deptford, vic
November 18, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE NEW BEER-SELLERS. BATH. A meeting of the ,persons connected with the new beer trade4principally retail brewers, of this city

THE NEW BEER-SELLERS. BATH. A meeting of the ,persons connected with the new beer trade4principally retail brewers, of this city

and its environs, was held on Friday the 24th inst. Mr. H. SUGGATE, of Waleot, in the chair, to consider the ,steps' necessary to be taken to defend the interests cifthe trade against any attempt to repeal the present laws, but wore particularly against the sweeping injury conte
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

A CONSTANTINOPLE letter states that an official communication has been received by the Porte, according to which the Russian troops stationed in Bessarabia and the Caucasian provinces', have received orders to hold themselves in readiness to move to the assistance of the Sultan,
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
y, . – _ SPORTING NEWS.

y, . – _ SPORTING NEWS.

y, . - _ SPORTING NEWS. GRAND REGATTA AT PuTNET.—The extraordinary 'fineness of I the weather, and the excellence of the bill of fare drew a very large assemblage on Monday to Putney, composed of the ladies and gentlemen resident in the vicinity, and many hundreds from London anx
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
carrtinittfi, Offtnres, Sim THE LATE FATAL DUEL ON WIMBLEDON COMMON.

carrtinittfi, Offtnres, Sim THE LATE FATAL DUEL ON WIMBLEDON COMMON.

carrtinittfi, Offtnres, THE LATE FATAL DUEL ON WIMBLEDON COMMON. THE circumstances which led to this unfortunate event were thete:—During last Epsom races, on the Derby day we believe, Mr. Eliott, with a friend, was driving towards London in a phaeton, while Mt. Mirfin was drivin
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
APPRENTICES. —The extensive and highly respectable patronage the ORIGINAL NATIONAL GUARDIAN INSTITUTION daily receives from the metropolis and all parts

APPRENTICES. —The extensive and highly respectable patronage the ORIGINAL NATIONAL GUARDIAN INSTITUTION daily receives from the metropolis and all parts

of the kingdom hears conclusive evidence of its great utility. An application to the Secretary by parents or the heath of establishments avoids all further trouble, loss of time, and expense, in obtaining a suitable apprentice or an established master ; the objects of each are a
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England