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Stir Drama. THE REVIVAL OF RICHARD THE SECOND.

Stir Drama. THE REVIVAL OF RICHARD THE SECOND.

Superstition exerts its power as much on lay as on religious matters. There is a superstitious worship of Shakespeare, and the tricks of the managers and booksellers have propelled themselves, on the reputation of the mighty dramatist, even into our own age. The first edition, o
December 7, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ROME.

ROME.

From letters of the 30th ult. from the Roman States, we learn that the attention of the diplomatic corps at Rome had been much excited on learning that the Pope at the ceremeny of St. Peter's modified the protest usually read against the King of Naples for refusing to pay tribut
July 13, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

By the arrival, of the "Canada" we learn that to the exclusion of almost all other business, the slavery question still continues to occupy the attention of both Houses of Congress. In the Senate Mr. Clay and the supporters of the Compromise Bill, as proposed by the Cionmittee'o
July 13, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.-THURSDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-THURSDAY.

Lord made a reference to the :ermination of the duties of the Lords Commissioners of the Great Seal, and added that lie did not know of any individual to whom the Great Seal could be more worthily entrusted than to the most learned, most able, and most experienced lawyer in ‘Ves
July 13, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LETTERS OF DANIEL DEFOE THE YOUNGER. VIL-ON THE COMMERCE AND PROSPERITY OP

LETTERS OF DANIEL DEFOE THE YOUNGER. VIL-ON THE COMMERCE AND PROSPERITY OP

HOLLAND. THE history of no country's commerce affords more useful instruction than that of the old Seven United Provinces of the Netherlands. Holland has owed her prosperity partly to necessity, partly to her situation between great rivers flowing down from the centre of Europe,
July 13, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

Narrative of Events in Italy, from 1847 to 1849. By Lieutenant-General Pepe. 2 vols. post Bvo. H. Colburn. Memoirs, like those of Cardinal Pacca, which we lately noticed, and narratives like General Pepe's, are destined, in all their more picturesque and authentic portions at le
July 13, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CHARGES OF BIGAMY.

CHARGES OF BIGAMY.

NEW COljßT.—(llefore the SenJwyr.)--Henry Page, 36, bricklayer, was indicted for feloniously intermarrying - with Emma Clarke, otherwise Smith, his wife being then and , now alive. The prisoner's mother proved his first marriage on the 6th of April, 1834, at St. John's the Evang
July 13, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BANK OF . An Account for the Week (From the Gazei ISSUE DEP . N( te, isued ....£30,152,515 I £30,152,515

BANK OF . An Account for the Week (From the Gazei ISSUE DEP . N( te, isued ....£30,152,515 I £30,152,515

BANKING D' Proprietors'Capital .C 14,553,000 Rest Public Deposits (including Exchequer, Commissioners of National Say_ _ ings Banks, and Dividend Accounts). 9,5n4,513 Other Deposits 9,2?3,018 SevenDay&otherliills 1,250,349
July 13, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
JOHN LAURENCE, See.

JOHN LAURENCE, See.

The Human Hair.—Rowland's MACASSAR OIL is justly renowned throughout the world for its remarkable virtues in nourishing, preserving, and beautifying the Human Hair. Its operation in cases of baldness is peculiarly active; so that, in numerous instances wherein other remedies hav
July 13, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

AGRICULTURE. -- The cattle show of the Royal Dublin Society has been one of the finest and most successful exhibitions ever witnessed in the United Kingdom, as regards the quality and condition of the various descriptions of stock. The supply of animals was large ; and many amon
April 26, 1851 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England