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WHAT IS—WHAT SHOULD BE! "If every just man, that now pines in want, Had but a moderate and beseeming share

WHAT IS—WHAT SHOULD BE! "If every just man, that now pines in want, Had but a moderate and beseeming share

Of that which lewdly-pamper'd luxury Now heaps upon some few with vast excess, Nature's full blessings would be well dispens'd In unsuperfluous, even proportion, And she no whit encumber'd with her store." We are decidedly not of those who consider that as all are equal in after
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES. TIIE CASTLES OF ENGLAND.-NO. 111.

THE ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES. TIIE CASTLES OF ENGLAND.-NO. 111.

THE ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES. TIIE CASTLES OF ENGLAND.-NO. beside those who fell in action, more than sixty of the marauders were hanged at Naworth and elsewhere. His lordship was a man of a stern and gloomy character, and the severity with which he executed his office caused his
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES.

THE ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES.

ever seen in England. It is true, the figure of the monarch, now in his forty-first year, had no longer the elasticity of the prince, who, by mastering his natural infirmities, and bylthe dint of study, had gained a superiority, even in those days. in every variety of active amu
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

MANSION HOUSE. A SOVEREIGN REMEDY.—A girl named Sarah Evans was charged-under very odd circumstances. A policeman stated that he saw the defendant, of whom he had some slight knowledge, walking along the street crying bitterly. She had a small packet in her hand, and upon being
April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
THE AERIAL STEAM CARRIAGE.

THE AERIAL STEAM CARRIAGE.

This wonderful testimony to the inventive powers and vast - chanical skill that characterise the nineteenth century has, at last, appeared to satisfy the incredulous and the curious that the project, absurd as it first seemed, was not at least a mere chimera existing alone in th
April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
TIIT TLLUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES. THE NEW AERIAL SHIP.

TIIT TLLUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES. THE NEW AERIAL SHIP.

be somewhat surprised to learn that this is, in truth, no visionary scheme, " but a design of very scientific conception, carefully and perseveringly wrought out. It would, perhaps, be too much to affirm ( what yet we cannot deny) that the machine in its present state will certa
April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
SEAMEN'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY.—The friends and supporters of tli

SEAMEN'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY.—The friends and supporters of tli

benevolent institution assembled on Wednesday, in large numbers, to celebrate the twenty-second anniversary of its foundation. The dinner was given at the London Tavern in Bishopsgate-street, and the hon. Sidney Herbert was in the chair. By the report it appeared that her Majest
April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
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April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
TO OUR READERS.

TO OUR READERS.

Nothing is more difficult than a commencement, save indeed a conclusion. Few know how to enter the world with grace, and fewer still, how to go out of it with propriety. We hope to be an exception to the first ignorance, and to have no occasion for the study of the last necessit
March 11, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
roused into activity ; and Romance, like the skilful wizard, conjures from the tomb of the Past a thousand breathing

roused into activity ; and Romance, like the skilful wizard, conjures from the tomb of the Past a thousand breathing

forms. The warder's horn, the prancing steed, the glittering mail, the sheen of spears, the shout of triumph, the yell of death, the noise of revelry, the groan of the captive all, all are present to the eye and ear ! What matters it that their walls are crumbling? We ascend the
March 11, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England