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MONTHLY LAW MAGAZINE and POLITICAL REVIEW, FOR MARCH, 1839. CONTENTS: Lord Durham's Report—The House of Commons—Fourth Report of the Poor

MONTHLY LAW MAGAZINE and POLITICAL REVIEW, FOR MARCH, 1839. CONTENTS: Lord Durham's Report—The House of Commons—Fourth Report of the Poor

Law Commissioners—On Bills of Exchange in reference to Legal Discount—Separate Estate of Married Women—Newfoundland Legislative Assembly—Review—With the usual Notes of Cases and Digest of Reports—Forms of Writs as framed by the Judges— Legal News—Circuits of the Judges, &c. J. a
March 3, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
" BOZ " AND TIIE PLAYWRIGHTS.

" BOZ " AND TIIE PLAYWRIGHTS.

It is hard to say whether the appearance of so "great a creature" as Charles Dickens has been hailed with greater glee by booksellers or managers. As fast as the efforts of the one can producs his fictions in print, the efforts of the others are exerted to embody them in a more
January 13, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
BEBBINGTON AND THE ROCK FERRY.

BEBBINGTON AND THE ROCK FERRY.

In the village of Bebbington and in the neighbourhood of the Rock Ferry scarcely a house has escaped more or less damage, chimney-pots swept away in masses, slates and portions of roofs carried off, and in some cases the sheet lead of the gutters rolled up like paper, and remove
January 13, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
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LONDON BILLS OF MORTALlTY.—According to the bills of mortality for the year ending December 11,1833, the number of christenings in the metropolis was 19,834 ; or burials 18,266. Of the casualties, 366 in number, 77 were cases of drowning; 58 visitations of God; excesslve drinkin
January 13, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
BOW-STREET-FRIDAY.

BOW-STREET-FRIDAY.

BOW-STREET -FRIDAY. Mr. Braham, who was attended by a solicitor, applied for a warrant under the following circumstances :—lt appeared that the Colosseum had been let to Mr. Sloman at a certain rent, to be paid quarterly, and in case he failed to fulfil his contract, a right of e
January 13, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CASE.—On Tuesday evening the further proceedings of an inquest which stood adjourned since Friday evening last, relative to the death of Hannah Castles and her infant child, were resumed at the London Hospital, before Mr. Baker, the coroner, and a respectable jury. It will be re
January 13, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

DUBLIN, JANUARY 7. AN ORANGE ANNUAL.—A poor willing of the tory faction here pays one shilling a-year stamp-duty, to give currency to a jocose reflection upon the Irish Court. His jest consists in a periodical advertisement, published a few days before Lord Islormanby's levee, o
January 13, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.—JANUARY 9. DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. JAN. B.—Andre Northcroft, of 97, Chancery-lane, law stationer. BANKRUPTS. George (otherwise George Jonathan) Burnham,

TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.—JANUARY 9. DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. JAN. B.—Andre Northcroft, of 97, Chancery-lane, law stationer. BANKRUPTS. George (otherwise George Jonathan) Burnham,

sen., and George Wm. Burnham, jun., of Bedford, druggists—Henry Bliss, of Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, list-manufacturer—Richard Woolrich, of Stroud, Gloucestershire, linen-draper. DIVIDENDS. At the Court of Bankruptcy. Absalom Marsh, of Brentford, Middlesex, confectioner, Jan.
January 13, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
AilfttOrttlantouss.

AilfttOrttlantouss.

MATE ME BY MOONLIGHT! A CHARTIST DIRGR. "I am going to give Lord Melbourne something to do next month; we shall have a pretty new moon in January, and let us see if he will put out the moon."—FEAßGus O'CoNNon. me by moonlight, Och hone! And it's then I shall spake an oration Mus
December 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
ARREST OF THE REVEREND ORATOR STEPHENS.

ARREST OF THE REVEREND ORATOR STEPHENS.

AFTER reading the admirable speech of the Honourable Mr. Fox Maule, which appears in another page, we were fully prepared for what has taken place with regard to Mr. Stephens. When at Liverpool, Lord John Russell manfully declared the repugnance of the government to interfere wi
December 30, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England