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OUT FOR A DRIVE WITH A FRIEND.

OUT FOR A DRIVE WITH A FRIEND.

THERE are ills where philosophy cannot avail, Which we meet in this world of sobriety; • For instance, the loss of affection female — A gap in your lady's propriety. "Oh, where have you been to, dear Emily, state; I have waited here time without end ?" "Why, the fact is, my darl
March 11, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING.—MoNDAy.

NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING.—MoNDAy.

The Craven Stakes of 10 sovs each, for three-yrs-old, 68t; four, 41b;Tht five, Bst 131 b ; six and aged, 9st 51b. A.F. (5 Subs.) • Mr. Stephenson's Ma Mie, 4 yrs.. Lord G. Bentinck's Discord, 6 yrs Duke of Grafton's Utica, 3 yrs . • Mr. Baxter's Magna Charta, 3 yrs Betting-5 to
April 23, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
WATERLOO PLACE.

WATERLOO PLACE.

r OUR artist, this week, looks from the Regent's Circus towards the Duke of York's Column; apropos of that same Column, if it had the power of speech, what pretty stories it might relate! how it could prate upon " Fond hopes blighted Sing of affection slighted !" We wonder—ay, t
April 23, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
THE WRECK OF THE SOLWAY STEAMER.

THE WRECK OF THE SOLWAY STEAMER.

THE following statement of the circumstances under which the catastrophe occurred has been obligingly supplied by Mr. Lane, the purser. The detail is of a most painfully interesting character, and cannot fail to excite the warmest sympathies for the fate of the unfortunate suffe
April 23, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
CHINA AND INDIA. EXTRAORDINARY EXPRESS. WE have received, in anticipation of the Indian Mail, the following intelligence : MALTA, APRIL

CHINA AND INDIA. EXTRAORDINARY EXPRESS. WE have received, in anticipation of the Indian Mail, the following intelligence : MALTA, APRIL

29.—The Liverpool has just arrived with the Indian mail, which left Bombay on the Ist of April. On hearing of the last successes of the British army in Scuide, the Governor- General declared that State annexed to the territory of the English empire, and appointed General Sir Cha
May 7, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
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11 44 , 1 , - ., - attach to the scene a solemnity befitting the occasion, without the . lightest approach to theatrical display. The persons whose duty it was to direct the proceedings of the visitors performed their office noiselessly and effectively, and there was nothing what
May 7, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
and here is the flash picker-up of a booby at "broads." Even the door-keeper of this place is a character

and here is the flash picker-up of a booby at "broads." Even the door-keeper of this place is a character

worthy of contemplation! We will get him to let us out this morning, promising to pay him another visit, shortly, of a more personal nature, in lighting the reader through the ways of life by the lamp. We have thus descanted, merely as an earnest of those things which, in succee
March 18, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
STEPHEN PEARSON AND VISCOUNT PALMERSTON.

STEPHEN PEARSON AND VISCOUNT PALMERSTON.

TT may not perhaps be generally known that, when the late Whig Foreign Secretary quitted Office, he disposed of his cast-off habiliments, and the different " Coats he had turned," to the most celebrated dealer in the Wardrobes of the Nobilityand Gentry—the renowned STEPHEN Ps A.
March 18, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
Court anti jfaspiott.

Court anti jfaspiott.

HER MAJESTY—ORDER OF THE THISTLE, &C. - (From the Court Circular.)—The Queen held a Chapter of the Most Ancient, and Most Noble Order of the Thistle, yesterday afternoon, in Buckingham Palace. The knights brethren were robed by Mr. Hunter and Mr. Ede in their magnificent mantles
June 18, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England