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August 1, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
1 xis b t theit Okaservice ELD FS for skill, The half-yearly meeting of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway Company

1 xis b t theit Okaservice ELD FS for skill, The half-yearly meeting of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway Company

has been held this week, and a dividend of 5/. per share declared, being at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum on the amount paid up. HALF-PAST 4 o'cLocK.—The market closes heavily, with a considerable amount of stock offering. The sales to-day have been—Grand Junction, at 186;
August 1, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS

TO CORRESPONDENTS

Advertisers are requested to send in their favours by ten o'clock in the morning. In reply to inquiries if MR. HOLT is connected with this paper, the Proprietors beg to state that no person of that name is in any way connected with this establishment.
August 10, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BRITISH TREATY.

THE BRITISH TREATY.

The National Intelligencer gives this Account of the treaty "Lord Ashburton is believed to have held out long for the entire Madawaska settlement. But the Maine commissioners are said to have been as immovable as any four pine stumps on the disputed territory. So Maine, under th
August 15, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
ABOLITION OF BARTHOLOMEW FAIR.

ABOLITION OF BARTHOLOMEW FAIR.

On Saturday Deputy Hicks (the Chairman of the Markets Committee of the corporation of the city of London) appeared at the Mansion-house, when Alderman Wilson was sitting as locum tenens for the Lord Mayor, who is now at Berwick-upon- Tweed, and statPd that he had been deputed to
August 15, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE

POLICE

EOW-STREET.—aIis Day)—lt will be remembered that some time ago a handsome, dashinglydressed female, named Mary Robertson, who was designated by the public press "The Lady Thief," was committed to Newgate from this office on the charge of shoplifting, which system of robbery she
August 15, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
_, l The must help themselves, and achieve rotestl, their own deliverance. We should rejoice to see kcetirtols the beginning

_, l The must help themselves, and achieve rotestl, their own deliverance. We should rejoice to see kcetirtols the beginning

made for which, just now, there is an opportunity. In the several elections about r . do _nel to take place, in consequence of events th e sanng ,w, ,e Your of whose recollection is by no me ans sw e e t, let whatever there is of honesty an d pr i nc i p l e , 111 i , amongst th
August 3, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
and P Rime t Schod Emir Inter Nuti t No pole' sura —Ch Liter; AA CERTAIN CURE for CORNS ao

and P Rime t Schod Emir Inter Nuti t No pole' sura —Ch Liter; AA CERTAIN CURE for CORNS ao

BUNIONS. ALLINGIIAM'S BOTTERDA I CORN and BUNION SOLVENT, which gives re i upon the first application. The Corn Solvent now !Tatted to the notice of the public been in gene. use for the last seventeen years, and has never known to fail where the directions have been followt and
August 3, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER RIOTS

MANCHESTER RIOTS

FU.RTHER PARTICULARS. WEDNESDAY NIGHT.—The utmost consternation prevails in the town, and the military and police find great difficulty in protecting the property of the inhabitants, in consequence of the immense mobs having separated to commit depredations groups. MOst of the s
August 12, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
IN

IN

CHURCH OF ENGLAND CUSTOMS. In reply to the EQUALDIAN correspondent (pardon us" Chaldian " we presume) that from his own shewing "the bell frcy" of the present day is not the free-bell of the olden time for ringing the changes of election in and out. That the annual camp meeting,
August 6, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England