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PAWNBROKERS AND THE INFORMERS.

PAWNBROKERS AND THE INFORMERS.

THE informers are at their dirty work again. The (ollowing case was 'heard on Saturday, at the Thames Police-office: — Mr. Upsall, of No. 90, Ratcliffe-highway, appeared to answer the information of Wyatt, the common informer, who charged him with issuing an improperly -written
December 9, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

A. F. B.— We will take an early opportunity of adverting to the objects contained in his letter. At present such a proceeding as he mentions would be premature. Bisti (IValworth), must try again; his poetical effusion wants elegance and grace. His " rhythm" is too harsh and forc
March 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Thomas Watkinson, jun -- - - , -- ,: - ,a - lien - ri"'Watkinson, of Meredithstreet, Clerkenwell, tea-dealers—Richard Nicholas Jenkins, of New Windsor, Berkshire, buteher—William John Delancey Arnold, or Lisson-grove, and Thomas Henry Johnson, Norway-wharf and. Holywell-street,
March 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

March H. Cooke and .1. Herbert, Birchin-lane, merchants— March 26, H. WinclNster, Buckingham-street, stationer—March 26, P. Fish, Lisle-street, Leicester-square, boot and shoe-manufacturer—March 26, E. Bryant, George-yard, Lorabard-street, merchant—March 26, D. and J. Down, High
March 10, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
fortto i'inttiltatncc,

fortto i'inttiltatncc,

ITALY.—The Carnival has begun with unwonted brilliancy, and on no former occasion have we witnessed a greater display of public mirth and private festivity. Already two grand fetes have taken place. The first on Monday, the 4th, at the Austrian Embassy, and the second, a splendi
February 24, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
CHELSEA PETTY SESSIONS.

CHELSEA PETTY SESSIONS.

On Thursday Mr. Ryder, one of the Chelsea guardians of the Kensington Union, attended before Captain Bague and Mr. Flood, jun., the sitting magistrates, to ask their assistance under the following circumstances. Mr. Ryder stated, that one of the female paupers in the Chelsea wor
February 24, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
SIR J. ANDERSON'S STEAM CARRIAGE.

SIR J. ANDERSON'S STEAM CARRIAGE.

We feel much pleasure to find, from unquestionable authority, that. Sir James C. Anderson has completed his steamcarriage, and that it will be in London early in the next month, and commence its operations. It is in every respect suited to the most sanguine expectations of those
February 24, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
DEBILITY, NERVOUS IRRITATION, &c,

DEBILITY, NERVOUS IRRITATION, &c,

MED,ICAL MONITORAD S.—The following Works are intended to instruct those interested in these subjects on points of importance to health or ease of mind : (Twenty-third Edition, price ss. each.) Ist. The AEGIS OF LIFE affords a comprehensive physiological history of the progress
February 24, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
ABLOODY or a BLOODLESS CURE ?—That's the Question.—Will Tooth-ache patients any longer submit to that horrid and dangerous operation of

ABLOODY or a BLOODLESS CURE ?—That's the Question.—Will Tooth-ache patients any longer submit to that horrid and dangerous operation of

extraction, when a Permanent Cure is at length afforded by the arrival of the Reverend GORMAN GREGG, sole inventor and composer of the celebrated GREGORIAN PASTE for TOOTH-ACHE? In consequence of the rapid celebrity and increasing demand for this wonderful preparation, a new Cit
February 24, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
EXPOSITOR. LAW MAKERS AND LAW MISTAKERS.

EXPOSITOR. LAW MAKERS AND LAW MISTAKERS.

EDITOR,—Why have we had no improvement in the mechanics of legislation? Certainly not because it is not wanted; for the perfection of folly and the essence of incomprehensibility are to be found in our clum•ily constructed English Acts of Parliament. The law-makers are not to be
December 23, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England