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July 28, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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r z # 111111.1111111..""m.s* Zrrr, THE EVENING STAR. LONDON, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1842. aunt's notions, I owe the power of obtaining such a desirable acquisition." "You are - quite eloquent, Mary; but I believe you are more than half right. Your house always looks comfortable; your
July 28, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
PART U.-EXPERIENCE.

PART U.-EXPERIENCE.

"If there be one curse which has come to earth as the.crow flies, and with all the poisonous steam of hell, hot about it, it is that of an ill-assorted marriage." On her sixteenth birthday, Harriet Arlington became the wife of the rich and handsome Edward Tracy. The wedding was
July 28, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS

TO CORRESPONDENTS

Our Correspondents must he patient. We will attend to their favours at an early day. *** Advertisers are requested to send in their favours by ten o'clock in the morning. Reports being in circulation that a MR. HOLT is connected with this paper, the Proprietors beg to state that
July 28, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
,„ POLICE.

,„ POLICE.

UNION HALL.—(This Day.)—A very respectable looking man, who gave in the name of Tones, appeared before the Magistrates for the purpose of complaining of a dangerous nuisance nightly inflicted on the persons resident in the neighbourhood of Vauxhall Gardens. Mr. Jones stated, tha
July 28, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1842.

THE EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1842.

parsons into the bargain," added a fustian jacket, who, thrusting his hands peremptorily into his breeches pockets, marched off to listen to a discussion between a tee-totaller and a "physical-force" chartist. These had an audience quite respectable in numbers, the majority of w
July 28, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
Mr: WILLIAM CRI prs seconded the motion.

Mr: WILLIAM CRI prs seconded the motion.

Mr. JAMES SWEET stood forward, and begged to propose a man who had proved himself the tried friend of the people—he meant Feargus O'Connor, Esq. _ _ _ Mr. CHARLES ROBERTS seconded the nomination. Mr. SMITH FLowEn proposed Mr. Henry Vincent as a fit man to represent them. Mr. sec
August 6, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
ORATORY IN THE WEST.

ORATORY IN THE WEST.

The Illinois 11Thig contains the following report of a recent speech, in the Senate of that State, on the Bill for repealing internal improvements : "Mr. Speaker, I rise, Sir, not to make a speech —speech-making is not my trade, but to tell the friends of the repeal that I am fo
August 31, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

On Saturday night about half-past 11 o'clock, a fire attended with considerable loss of property, broke out in the upper part of the range of premises belonging to Mr. Walker, British wine merchant, situated in Seacoal-lane, Farringdon-street, a very confined and denselypopulate
August 29, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
TAX ON CHAR TISM.

TAX ON CHAR TISM.

MR. COMBE'S SLIDING SCALE FOR ORATORS. (From the Dispatch.) The police cases, especially of the metropolis, are not sufficiently attended to by the press, and yet for the good of the people, they ought to receive more attention than any others, and particularly by the Sunday pap
August 29, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England