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THE EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1843

THE EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1843

than four clear days' notice in every town throughout the Kingdom, inviting the inhabitants to elect representatives to hold a National Conference at Birmingham, on Tuesday, the 27th of December, 1842, for the purpose of preparing a bill to be submitted to Parliament, for securi
January 2, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
rT, VENING MEETING.

rT, VENING MEETING.

VENING MEETING. owded meeting was held in the Hall , Mr. Overton in the chair, to which who appeared as substitute for Mr. osed), delivered a very able and in. re on " the Laws of Nature, and the )f Man." At the conclusion of the was heard throughout with attention, Inge moved, a
January 2, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
COVENT GARDEN THEi

COVENT GARDEN THEi

It may possibly be remembered, tha article previous to the opening of theatres, Drury Lane and Coven glanced at the uncertainties the lati to contend with ; adding our opinio that what has happened would be tl many months had elapsed. The ( the last two weeks will show how I was
January 2, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
unable to appear before the Lord Mayor. It had been found necessary to remove her from the place in which

unable to appear before the Lord Mayor. It had been found necessary to remove her from the place in which

she had lain since the time she had been wounded, to a private lodging, about ninety paces from her former chamber. On Wednesday last the removal had taken place, and she had since that removal bled from the lungs for the first time. That fact was proof of the danger in which hi
January 4, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE EVENING STAR-L 1 TIONS.—The Publisher of thi, that he will issue, uniform with so that they may be bound

THE EVENING STAR-L 1 TIONS.—The Publisher of thi, that he will issue, uniform with so that they may be bound

in volume luable works by authors of the highes or all of the works may at any time b , part of the United Kingdom, on app] seller or newsvender. The price of ea SIXPENCE. The following works NI dates which are prefixed to the titles ; mended that the entire series may be as the
January 4, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
CITY INTELLIGENCE.

CITY INTELLIGENCE.

(THIS DAY.) The boisterous state of the weather having subsided a little, we have received in due course the Paris papers of Saturday and Sunday; their contents are unimportant. Nothing new from Spain. The Hamburgh and Dutch mails are still due. By the arrival of the West Indian
January 3, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEW HALL.

THE NEW HALL.

Mr. Knight reported that the new Chartist Hall, •'to be called "The Political Institute_," was in a state of progress in its fitting up; but that the working then, whose ball it was to he, were in want of money in connection with the undertaking. They bad 1001. to make up by the
January 11, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
PLYMOUTIL—Mr. J. T. Smith, 14, AVestwell-strect.

PLYMOUTIL—Mr. J. T. Smith, 14, AVestwell-strect.

_ RICHMOND, (SunnEY.)—Reading-room, 1, place, (near the Old Church.) SHEFFIELD.-Mr. Drury's, Dove and Rainbow, Hartshead ; Mr. Watson's, Vine, Hartshead ; Mrs. Heath's. Crown, Pinstone-street ; Mr. Turner's, Bridge Ta vein, Castle Green. SHELTON.—Mr. Yates, Temperance Hotel, Mil
January 11, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEW ART OF TIiERMOGRAPILY.

THE NEW ART OF TIiERMOGRAPILY.

This process, which is an exceedinpy interesting one, is thus described by its inventir, Mr. Hunt, Secretary to the Cornwall Polytech:ic Society : Having found by a series of expeiments, that a blackened paper made a stronge , image than a white one, I very anxiously, tried t ef
January 6, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

Two o'CLocK.—Up to the present time no intelligence has reached the City respecting the arrival of the Overland Mail. The date of the arrival of the telegraphic despatch in London last year was the 6th January, and the letters were delivered on the 7th; therefore we may expect t
January 5, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England