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LONDON. APRIL 30, 1843, PRICE POURF -- . . . • _ - ~ ," •"1 fr _ ,d ,0,

LONDON. APRIL 30, 1843, PRICE POURF -- . . . • _ - ~ ," •"1 fr _ ,d ,0,

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April 30, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
THE Bankrupt Court has of late been most prolific in subjects of 1 fimportant and interesting inquiry; and the evidence

THE Bankrupt Court has of late been most prolific in subjects of 1 fimportant and interesting inquiry; and the evidence

given in sup- I port of, or opposition to, fiats, has, in frequent instances, been of the most amusing description to the laughter-loving, and yet reasonable portion of the public, who have leisure to extract fun and philosophy from the solemnities of a witness-box. We may insta
April 30, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
BOW STREET.

BOW STREET.

Tux DIAMOND ROBBERY.—Henry Turner, who was last week: remanded on suspicion of receiving three diamonds, well knowing them to be stolen, was brought up on Tuesday for final examination before Mr. Twyford.—Mr. Doane attended on behalf of the prosecutor, Mr. Smith, of Duke-street,
April 30, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
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April 30, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
Communicated by Mr. W. DYERS, Publisher, Devonport

Communicated by Mr. W. DYERS, Publisher, Devonport

Fore-street, Devonport, January 24, 1843. Gentlemen,—l was afflicted with a dreadful cough for four or five years, attended with great weakness in the stomach, and general debility; in fact, I wasted to such a pitiable state as to be reduced almost to a skeleton. Having heard of
April 30, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
THE E. L___ PPING HUNT. ASTER, the carnival of the middle classes of the metropolis, has come and passed away.

THE E. L___ PPING HUNT. ASTER, the carnival of the middle classes of the metropolis, has come and passed away.

The entertainments provided by the sporting and enterprising licensed victuallers of Middlesex and Surrey for the holiday folk, were much the same as usual. An account of them appeared in our last; but the Epping Hunt, on account of its importance, demands a separate notice. Gre
April 30, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
SINGING FOR THE MILLION.

SINGING FOR THE MILLION.

IT has long been an agreed point, conceded by the sternest admirers of sovereign rule, that there should exist a "republic of letters." To this syllogism we take off our chapeau, and bow in the profoundest humility of acquiescence. With a feeling of liberality underneath our fla
March 11, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
MR. C. DAVIS, ON HERMIT.

MR. C. DAVIS, ON HERMIT.

veteran horseman and steed in the engraving above, arc, we have no doubt, familiar to many of our readers; but for the benefit of those whose habits of life have prevented them coming in contact with them, we beg to state, they are faithful portraits of Mr. Charles Davis, the ex
April 23, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
Sir Robert is, of course, the Achilles of the picture—

Sir Robert is, of course, the Achilles of the picture—

Proudly he stands on that summit of brain, Resolved his position and Place to maintain; Forgetting poor Canning, dreading Lord John, lie cheers retainers with "On, Stanley, on!" With his right foot upon the os frontis of the cerebellum, and his left upon the broad shoulder of th
April 23, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
THE LOCK.

THE LOCK.

Pass your left leg between that of your adversary, and twist it round his right by passing it backward, outward, and forwards; so that your toe comes as far as possible to the front of his shin, thus actually locking those legs. In practising the lock it is necessary to be cauti
April 23, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England