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PLYMOUTH.—Mr. J. T. Smith, 14, Westwell-street.

PLYMOUTH.—Mr. J. T. Smith, 14, Westwell-street.

RICHMOND, (SunnEY.)—Reading-room, 1, Wellington 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 - vern, Castle Green. -- - SHELTON.—Mr. Yates, Tempe
January 13, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

When vi e send our papers in a coloured wrapper, our country subscribers will please to understand, that their subscriptions are out all but one copy. Any Country News-Agent or Bookseller by applying to this Office will be punctually supplied with papers on liberal terms. Post-o
January 5, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

(THIS DAY.) BOW-STREET.—The cases at this office, up to the time of going to press, were but few, and wholly uninteresting. • CLERKENWELL.—Four little boys, the eldest of whom did not exceed the age of ten years, were charged with defacing the house of Mr. Bowyer, a gentleman re
January 5, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
EVENING STAR-L 1. TIONS.—The Proprietor of thi that he will issue, uniform with so that they may be bound in

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

volumi luable works by authors of the highe! 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 v dates which are prefixed to the titles ; mended that the entire series may be 14 the-work w
January 5, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
INQUIRY INTO THE AFFGHAN WAR.

INQUIRY INTO THE AFFGHAN WAR.

As the meeting of Parliament approaches, Lord Palmerston's organ betrays a sense of the necessity of a change of note when making a noise about Indian politics. The theme is no longer the "cowardice" of Lord Ellenborough in withdrawing the British troops from Cabul, but the exce
January 16, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
SPLENDID WORKS, BY EMINENT AUTHORS. GUINEA. VOLUMES FOR SIXPENCE! STAR LIBRARY is published every I. Saturday, in the book form,

SPLENDID WORKS, BY EMINENT AUTHORS. GUINEA. VOLUMES FOR SIXPENCE! STAR LIBRARY is published every I. Saturday, in the book form,

and contains 64 columns of matter, equal to 300 octavo pages. The work is stamped, and can be sent free by post. PRICE SIXPENCE. The following Synopsis will exhibit, in addition to the News of the Week, the Works which have been, and which will be issued. No. 1. November 12th.—T
January 21, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
"ARMY OF CATALONIA.

"ARMY OF CATALONIA.

" Most Excellent Sir,—l have the honour to forward to your Excellency the adjoined exposition, addressed to me by certain proprietors of this city, whose names you will find appended -thereto, in which they require that your Excellency will communicate with a Commission to ,be n
January 21, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
OCCUPATIONS-HONOUR IN LIFE.

OCCUPATIONS-HONOUR IN LIFE.

There is not a more foolish notion afloat in the world than that it is occupation which gives the character to a man. One occupation, as the means of " getting a living," as the phrase goes, is precisely as high and creditable as another, provided that it be honourable, and in a
January 21, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
LIFE AND ILDVENTITILES

LIFE AND ILDVENTITILES

CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH. His services should not only be not forgotten, but " should be freshly remembered." His name should not only be honoured by the silent canvas, and the cold marble, but his praises should dwell living upon the lips of men, and should be handed down by fathers
January 23, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
QUEEN'S.

QUEEN'S.

The Pantomime at this theatre, which we unhesitatingly pronounce to be one of the best ever produced at a minor house, still goes on swimmingly, and draws crowded houses. Some of the tricks are exceedingly good, and the Pantomime owes much to the very beautiful scenery, painted
January 23, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England