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cLporting Darthyme.

cLporting Darthyme.

cLporting Newport (Salop) . I Marlborough Brighton . . . . 2 Horwieli . . . . 2 Salisbury . . . . 3 Bromyard . . . . 3 Edgware . . . Bloxwich 7 North Staffordshire Banbury . . 8 Leominster . . . 8 Gosport . . County of Dorset . 0 Cheadle (Staff). . . 4 Radcliffe . . . . 4 Warwick
July 30, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
11..11 GOODWOOD, THE SEAT OF THE DUKE OF RICHMOND.

11..11 GOODWOOD, THE SEAT OF THE DUKE OF RICHMOND.

GOODWOOD, THE SEAT OF THE DUKE OF RICHMOND. "cleanse the Augean stable," might still have existed, if not increased to an indefinite ' and we need hardly say, ruinous extent. The locality of Goodwoo d, within a moderate distance of two such railways as the South Western and Shore
July 30, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
ADELPIII.

ADELPIII.

The Wizard approaches the end of his career, which still, like the setting sun, grows more brilliant as the period of departure lessens. The Bell-ringers are chiming melodious airs at vespers, and the conjuror yet hesitates to apply his potent" presto! begone !" to himself. Lege
July 30, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
Annual Premiums payable during let Five 2d Five 3d 4th Five Remainder Age. Years. Years. Years. Years. of Life. --

Annual Premiums payable during let Five 2d Five 3d 4th Five Remainder Age. Years. Years. Years. Years. of Life. --

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July 30, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
THE MACREADY TESTIMONIAL.

THE MACREADY TESTIMONIAL.

been ready to manifest towards his exertions in elevating and perfecting the drama, and more particularly for that crowning giftthat lasting record of their appreciation — with which they had chosen that day to honour him. By some persons, whose thoughts, like the eyes of Mammon
June 25, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
kindness he had ever experienced at their hands to the latest hour of his existence. Mr. Macready manifested much feeling

kindness he had ever experienced at their hands to the latest hour of his existence. Mr. Macready manifested much feeling

during the delivery of his short and very appropriate address, and was frequently interrupted by the vast assembly with the most enthusiastic acclamations. The group represents the figure of Shakspeare elevated on a pedestal, at the base of which is seated a figure of Macready,
June 25, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
Imperial fiatliament. HOUSE OF LORDS.

Imperial fiatliament. HOUSE OF LORDS.

MONDAY. The Millbank Prison Bill, and the Charitable Pawn-offices Bill, were read a second time. The latter bill, as it interfered materially with existing interests, was referred to a committee of the house. 'th e Assessed Taxes Bill was read a second time, and the house then a
June 25, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
ccedingly attractive, and must induce all Pimlico to pay him a visit. Contencia is the director who is to get

ccedingly attractive, and must induce all Pimlico to pay him a visit. Contencia is the director who is to get

the contents in. FAREWELL SUPPER AT DRURY.—On Monday evening (the occasion of her Majesty's visit) Mr. Macready entertained a portion of the corps dramatique, together with a number of his personal friends in the literary, scientific and musical departments. Such a custom has be
June 25, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
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June 25, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
bank-post bill, payable at sight; and a pretty sight to him it doubtless was. The dinner took place at six

bank-post bill, payable at sight; and a pretty sight to him it doubtless was. The dinner took place at six

o'clock under the able presidentcy of Mr. Ross, who contributed a very handsome portion of wine; but we understood that it was the lady who stood Sam on the occasion, she having actually drawn the prize. The cloth having been withdrawn, the chairman, officiating, for his better-
June 25, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England