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BYERS, THE BUSSES, AND BOW-STREET LAW.

BYERS, THE BUSSES, AND BOW-STREET LAW.

WHEN any body of men render great service to the public convenience, they are immediately victimised by the scheming informers. The omnibus proprietors are now the objects upon whom greedy Byers has pounced, and we are sorry to find their worships of Bow-street are too much incl
July 29, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
, THE BROXBOURNE FESTIVAL.

, THE BROXBOURNE FESTIVAL.

"Wreathe the bowl with flowers of soul, The brightest wit can find us; We'll take a flight towards heaven to night, And leave dull earth behind us." ON Monday last, by especial invite, we dined at the annua' feed of the Broxbourne fishers, held at the Crown, a small tavern, of m
July 29, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
SURREY.

SURREY.

The Cloth Gold attracts crowded houses upon every representation. A French company, under the direction of M. Bernard, has appeared for the benefit of that gentleman. On Friday evening, the performances were Zoe, a free translation of a favourite Olympic production, entitled The
July 29, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
PENCILLINGS OF THE CABINET. LORD GLENELG.

PENCILLINGS OF THE CABINET. LORD GLENELG.

THE noble lord, the subject of our present sketch, is the president of the Board of Control. He was elevated to the peerage in the year 1835, when the present administration came into power, an event immediately succeeding the short and feverish Tory reign of Sir Robert Peel. Mr
July 29, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS.

CHEAP PUBLICATIONS.

BEAUTIFULLY EMBELLISH ED, In Weekly Numbers, price one Penny, and Montlily Parts, price Fourpence, CLARK'S ORIGINAL EDITION OF TALES OF THE WARS; OR, NAVAL AND MILITARY CIIRONICLE• ITHIS Popular and Established Work comes out in weekly numbers, at a surprisingly cheap rate, and
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
flotts of tbt Eftittit.

flotts of tbt Eftittit.

DEPRAVITY AND GlN.—Catherine Clark, a repulsive-looking old Irish woman, was charged at Marlborough-street with having beaten Ellen Clark, her daughter. The daughter stated that her mother's cruel conduct to her had driven her to a life of prostitution. Her mother was constantly
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
ARTIST IN HAIR. RTOWNLEY respectfully intimates, that he . makes the following Ornaments of Ladies' own Hair, viz. :—Seeklaces, Earrings,

ARTIST IN HAIR. RTOWNLEY respectfully intimates, that he . makes the following Ornaments of Ladies' own Hair, viz. :—Seeklaces, Earrings,

Rings, Brooches, Bracelets, Pins, &c., and having just completed several novelties, solicits the favour of an inspection of his assortment of elegant patterns —93, Oxford-street.
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
STANDARD OF ENGLAND ASSURANCE COMPANY, 8, King William-street, City, and Regent-street, London. DIRECTORS. The Right Hon. The EARL OF CAVAN,

STANDARD OF ENGLAND ASSURANCE COMPANY, 8, King William-street, City, and Regent-street, London. DIRECTORS. The Right Hon. The EARL OF CAVAN,

William Cory, Esq. J. Cuthbert Joyner, Esq. William Davis, Esq. henry Lawson, Esq. Lawrence Dorgan, Esq. J. Barrett Leonard, Esq. William Gunston, Esq. W. J. Richardson, Esq. Major General Christopher Frederick T. West, Esq. Ifodgson, E.I.C. George Whitehead, Esq. MUCH lower Rat
September 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Carittirs.

Carittirs.

THE DRESS-MAKER.—Is there a more helpless, a more forlorn and unprotected creature than, in nine cases out of ten, the dress-maker's girl—the daily sempstress ; pushed prematurely from the parental hearth, or rather no hearth, to win her miserable crust by aching fingers? Crust—
November 11, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
In silken or in leathern purse retains A splendid shilling—he nor hears with pain

In silken or in leathern purse retains A splendid shilling—he nor hears with pain

Fresh oysters cried." - So sung the amiable Phillips, who divided his affections between the oyster and the human race. The poor man eats oysters at a stall—you and lat our favourite tavern—the peer in his "stile a manger." In lodgings, in chambers, in barracks, in the public of
November 11, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England