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November 6, 1847 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A HOME IN TIIE BUSH. ADVICE TO EMIGRANTS.—No. 3.

A HOME IN TIIE BUSH. ADVICE TO EMIGRANTS.—No. 3.

I shall now resume the statements of the people of New South Wales, by giving that of another Irishman, and the, result of an English.nian's industry. STATEMENT No. 31.--DENis K-. LIMERICK. New South Wales, .February 26th, 1846. I arrived in the Metcalfe in 1844. Have been in on
November 6, 1847 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
REV. T. HARVEY AND THE PREMIER.

REV. T. HARVEY AND THE PREMIER.

TO TUE EDITOR. Sia,—The appeal of the Rev. T. Harvey to the Premier "against the proceedings of Charles James, Bishop of London," has, so far, (it appears from your review) shared the fate of all that gentlemanirun• answered and temperate efforts against "Right Rev. Wrong !" Yet
November 6, 1847 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE SHOPWOMAN'S ROBBERY.

THE SHOPWOMAN'S ROBBERY.

MARYLEBONE.-• -On Tuesday Ann Simons was reexamined, charged with having plundered her employers, Messrs. Marshall and Co., Vere-street, of property to the amount of about 2,0001. B. Simons, her father,. was charged with being an accessary. We have detailed the circumstances in
November 6, 1847 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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knew as part of the missing property, in consequence of its having a private mark upon it. The prisoner was then given in charge. He acknowledged the robbery, and said the property should be restored. Witness afterwards accompanied the officer to Fleet. lane (prisoner's lodgings
November 6, 1847 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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0 .40 6 notjaf Autpratfieatze. PIIOPRIETOR, MR. W. BATTY. Monday, Nov. 8, First Night of a new Grand Equestrian Spectacle, Written expressly for this Theatre, by J. IT. Stocqueler, Esq., entitled "The Camp of Silesia;" founded on the Libretto of the renowned composer Meyerbeer's
November 6, 1847 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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ew Song.—" I Thought of Thee." Sung by Miss Iss.scs. Composed by E. L. HINE. Price 25., sent postage free. "We had occasion to notice favourably Mr. Himo's charming Ballad . •We yet may Meet again,' sung with great eflect by him at Vauxhall. We have now the pleasure of reconunen
November 6, 1847 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
lq aria n. By Mrs. S. C. HALL. THE 9th VOLUME OF TIIE PARLOUR LIBI:A.R.Y. Price One Shilling. Simms and

lq aria n. By Mrs. S. C. HALL. THE 9th VOLUME OF TIIE PARLOUR LIBI:A.R.Y. Price One Shilling. Simms and

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November 6, 1847 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Western Life Assurance and Annuity Society, Parliament-street London.

Western Life Assurance and Annuity Society, Parliament-street London.

PROPOSALS are entertained by this Society for every variety of assurance and annuity contingent on one, two, or three lives. Policies of Assurance are granted from 501. up to The payments of premiums may be made annuakly, half-yearly, quarterly, or monthly, or may be coinpounded
November 27, 1847 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DOUGLAS JERROLD'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.

DOUGLAS JERROLD'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.

On Monday last assignees were chosen in the bankruptcy of Messrs. Brodie and Brodie, bankers, of Salisbury, when debts, principally upon notes and deposits, were proved to the amount of 50,0001. Thursday was settling-day in the Consol market, and a scene of great confusion arose
November 27, 1847 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England