Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
Clear filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 34,145 articles

NEWS:

NEWS:

#
February 10, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY NEWS.

THE WEEKLY NEWS.

gusod, Hon. Mr. Clements, Mr. S. Adair, Mr. C. Lewis, Mr. Mousell, Sir D. Norreys, Sir J. Pakington, Mr. Herbert, Mr. Reynolds, Mr. S. Crawford, Mr. Fagan, Mr. O'Flaherty, Major Blacksll, and Mr. A. Stafford. The House divided on the question of Mr. Poulett Scrope's name being r
February 10, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
AND FINANCIAL ECONOMIST.

AND FINANCIAL ECONOMIST.

of public interest about which we have all been speaking and writing end thinking for years? Mr. Peel is attached to the British constitution. Mr. Peel is confident that the machinery of Queens, Lords, and Commons is the one best adapted for the purposes of government, to the fe
February 10, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
31ISCELLINIES.

31ISCELLINIES.

MORTALITY IN THB METROPOLIS. The number' of deaths registered in London during the week ending Saturday last, Feb. 3, was 1,137, the average being 1,169. The registrar-general says , that the mortality of London, which was excessive in the second week of January, has continuousl
February 10, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NEW PUBLICATION'S. ••••1111. This Day is Published, in 3 vols. post Bvo., cloth (to be had at all Libraries), Y

NEW PUBLICATION'S. ••••1111. This Day is Published, in 3 vols. post Bvo., cloth (to be had at all Libraries), Y

UNCLE, THE CUR _ AT E. . By the Author of "The Bachelor of the Albany," and "The Falcon F amil y ." • .....-. ROBESPIERRE AND HIS TIMES. On Wednesday will be published, post Bvo., cloth, 93., THE LIFE- OF IVIA.XIMILIEN ROBESPI ItE-; ER WITH EXTRACTS. FROM , HIS UNPUBLISHED CORRE
February 10, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
4'zA/-4,M WEEKLY MM.R. NEWS:

4'zA/-4,M WEEKLY MM.R. NEWS:

4' z A/-4,M WEEKLY MM.R. NEWS:
May 26, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
1849.]

1849.]

suspect that the rest will feel more shame in fighting alone than innot fighting at all. But how a .are we to account for the "Bold !lila:leach' haying uttered his lofty voice for peace and not for war. The explanation of, his change of tactics is simple and easy: his grace has
May 26, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Unknown

Unknown

May 26, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
" MAXIM SIXTH.

" MAXIM SIXTH.

"A Whig hi an ass." Maxim Eleventh informs us, moreover, that "Every popular preacher is a goose." The following, from Maxim Thirteenth, looks prophetically true :—" Poetry does not sell again in England for thirty years to come. Mark my words." Odd Fancies. By the Rev. W. Wicke
May 26, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
[MAY 26,

[MAY 26,

set in motion the springs that move English society. The fears of the timid, the principles of the conscientious, the interests of the corrupt, have all in turn been appealed to, that a way may be paved for a restoration of those incapables to whom Europe owes its present state
May 26, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England