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BY AUTHORITY THE QUEEN'S ( OWN," with the new large eyes, are easily threaded !(even by blind persons), and work with great ease, baying (*proved points, temper and finish. The labels are correct likenesses of her Majesty and his Royal Highness IPrince Albert in relief, on colou
April 8, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
THE MAGISTRACY.

THE MAGISTRACY.

Mr. T. DUNCOMBE brought on his motion for a select committee to inquire into the allegations of sundry petitions respecting the conduct of the magistracy during the disturbances in August last. He knew he was not addressing an impartial audience; the benches of the House were co
April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

IS The Earl of Moray has postponed the collecting of his Candlemas rents, on his estates in the north, for six weeks, in order that his tenantry may, in these dull times, have every advantage of bringing their produce to market. _ EXTENSIVE ROBBERY OF JEWELLERY.—lnformation has
April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
lUNFORTUNATE APROPOS.—At the dinner given by the judges to the magistrates on the first day of the late assizes, after

lUNFORTUNATE APROPOS.—At the dinner given by the judges to the magistrates on the first day of the late assizes, after

the cloth had been removed, the health of the judges was drunk. Lord. Denman was returning thanks, and saying how happy he and his brother Patteson were to come into the county of Kent, when, unfortunately, the worthy chairman of the quarter sessions and another worthy magistrat
April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

-4--- FRANCE. Prince Augustus of Saxe-Coburg, the intended husband of the Princess Clementine, has arrived at the Palais Royal, in Paris. The King has appointed General Baudrand Governor, and M. Regnier (a professor of rhetoric at the College of Charlemagne) tutor of the Count d
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
Academy, and other institutions. A few days since, Mr. Behnes, the sculptor, waited upon the deceased at his residence in

Academy, and other institutions. A few days since, Mr. Behnes, the sculptor, waited upon the deceased at his residence in

Hollrootcourt, and requested permission to take a cast of his face for a bust, but this he refused. He resided with his daughter and granddaughter, and, as was his usual custom, on Thursday morning last left home for Covent Garden market to purchase vegetables. On his return hom
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
ROYAL PAUPERISM.

ROYAL PAUPERISM.

The King of Hanover—EßNEST, the Beloved—is coming to England in a few weeks, to perform an important d u ty. The Princess AUGUSTA of Cambridge is about having a husband, in the person of one of the penniless Princes of Germany, and her uncle, our admirable ERNEST, is speeding hi
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
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April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
THE 18TH NUMBER OF ?THE HYGEIST, published on the 15th inst., contains— The Ship "Esculapius" floundering on another tack. The

THE 18TH NUMBER OF ?THE HYGEIST, published on the 15th inst., contains— The Ship "Esculapius" floundering on another tack. The

Cause and Cure of Disease. Remedy for Quackery; &c. &c. Price One Penny. Office, 368, Strand, London. Forwarded by post, on two postage stamps being enclosed, addressed to the Editor as above.
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES.

THE ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES.

the great question of free-trade on its own merits, and not in connection with party-politics. Previous to that time party considerations had always shelved or smothered this question; but from that time, with few exceptions, its advocates have dissevered it from all other subje
April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England