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December 21, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
facturing districts. (Hear, hear.) An attempt had been made by magistrates and judges, or at all events by one judge

facturing districts. (Hear, hear.) An attempt had been made by magistrates and judges, or at all events by one judge

on the bench, to show that the people had no right to meet in public. (Hisses.) Lord Abinger had had the audacity to state that it was impossible for three or four thousand Englishmen to meet together, and that that should not be an illegal assemblage. (Hisseg.) And why did he s
December 21, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
MUTINY AT NORFOLK ISLAND.

MUTINY AT NORFOLK ISLAND.

(From the Hobart Town Paper.) A plan was laid by the boat's crew employed in unloading the Governor Philip to take the schooner Coquette, but this was defeated, and the parties were imprisoned on board. On the morning of the 21st of June, at seven o'clock, the boat's crew were l
December 22, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
[Before Baron ALDERSON ]

[Before Baron ALDERSON ]

RIOT AT SALFORD. Richard Stacey, aged 16, and John Tear, aged about 35, were placed at the ,bar, charged with having, on the 12th August last, been engaged in a riot at Salford. Tear was tried and convicted on Monday evening, when it appeared that he was secretary to the dyers'
October 13, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
CITY lATELLIGENCE.

CITY lATELLIGENCE.

(THIS DAY.I This being the first day of paying the October dividends, the Bank of England presented a very animated appearance. The Stock Jobbers, as usual,. were on the gni vice. The Money Market, in the absence of any news either from abroad or at home, is extremely dull. Cons
October 13, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
extent, and no further, is given to the masters when met together, if they are of opinion the rate of

extent, and no further, is given to the masters when met together, if they are of opinion the rate of

wages is too high. In the case supposed—that is, a dispute between the masters and the workmen as to the proper amount of wages to be given—it was probably thought by the Legislature, that if the workmen on the one part refused to work, or the masters, on the other, refused to e
October 4, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
To the Editor of the Evening Star. LETTER 11.

To the Editor of the Evening Star. LETTER 11.

To the Editor the Evening Star. LETTER 11. said yesterday that I would offer some suggestions on what appears to me to be the duty of the people at the present crisis. lam glad to perceive that the subject is exciting attention, several of your correspendents having alluded to it
October 4, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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ADDRESS OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL PRO TEM. TO THE GENERAL CHARTIST BODY. BROTHER CHARTISTS, — We address you under peculiar and exciting circumstances. An aristocratic and a tyrannic Government has seized upon your executive committee, in the vain hope of arresting the progress of
October 4, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
IMMENSE SAVING IN I T R. WILD, FUNERAL .J. AND CONTRACTOR. Funerals, complete for Adults, 21.; Mutes and Feathers, 14s.

IMMENSE SAVING IN I T R. WILD, FUNERAL .J. AND CONTRACTOR. Funerals, complete for Adults, 21.; Mutes and Feathers, 14s.

; Carria Cemeteries or elsewhere, 5/. ss. Fa . charges an immense saying, more r bills of Undertakers generally are ti tion. The respectability of this mode of conducting Funerals, at one( of its deserved reputation. The an dical and other references given if n ) object. Letters
October 4, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
WOOLWICH, Dec. 16.

WOOLWICH, Dec. 16.

NAVAL INTE LLIGENC E.—The Locust steamvessel, Lieutenant Commander John Lunn, the vessel which brought home Major Malcolm with the China despatches a few days since, is under orders to return from Plymouth to Malta, and will leave Plymouth to-morrow (Saturday). The Gleaner steam
December 19, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England