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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.

The Paris Presse states that the Government intend soon to present a bill to the Chambers, declaring their approbation of the taking possession of the Marquesas and of Otaheite. A paragraph in the Paris papers tends to confirm a statement put forth by the London Missionary Socie
April 8, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
THE PROVINCES.

THE PROVINCES.

BROUGHAM HALL.—A gentleman of the name of Bird, who claims to be a descendant of the owners of Brougham Hall and the annexed estates, has come forward to dispute the ownership with the noble lord, and on Tuesday last proceeded with an appraiser to take a schedule of the goods of
April 8, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
KENSINGTON.

KENSINGTON.

MURDEROUS ASSAULT UPON A POLICE SERGEANT.—Three young ruffians, about 19 or 20 years of age, named William Baker, Thomas Baker, and Thomas Metall, were brought before Mr. G. Clive, charged with having, with others, committed a murderous assault upon Police Sergeant George Hunt,
April 8, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
THE TUUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

THE TUUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

TATTERSALL'S.—THURSDAY. The attendance was good, but business slack, at the following prices:— EPSOM TRIAL STAKES. Even on Maccabeus, not p.p. RIDDLESWORTH. 5 to 4 on Mr. Bowes's Cotherstone CHESTER CUP. 10 to 1 agst Mr. Lovesey's Corsair (taken to .£250) 10 to 1 Lord Chesterfie
April 8, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MARKETS.

THE LONDON MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE-FRIDAY. Scarcely any fresh English wheat has been received up to our market this week; consequently we had a very scanty number of samples on show to-day. Although the demand, arising from the small attendance of dealers, was far from active Monday's quotations wer
April 8, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
COMPOSITIONS FOR WRITING WITH STEEL PENS.

COMPOSITIONS FOR WRITING WITH STEEL PENS.

STEPHEN S'S FLUIDS.—These Compositions, which have so remarkably extended the use of the Steel Pen, are brought to very great perfection, being more easy to write with, more durable, and in every respect preferable to the ordinary ink. In warm climates they have become essential
April 8, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
"THE GREAT UNPAID."

"THE GREAT UNPAID."

Things have come to a pretty pass, when the people have to be protected from, instead of by, those to whom is delegated the administration of the law. Great complaints have been made, from time to time, of the capricious conduct of the unpaid magistracy—" the great unpaid," as C
April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES.

THE ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY TIMES.

charge should be brought against the Government, it ought to be that of having exhibited too much leniency in the prosecution of these grave offences. Lord F. EGERTON, Mr. PAKINGTON, Mr. CLIVE, Mr. W. PATTEN, Colonel ROLLESTON, Lord INGESTRE. and Mr. BROTHERTON severally praised
April 1, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
E have no doubt that, like the other free Art Galleries in and near London, Hampton Court Palace Will have

E have no doubt that, like the other free Art Galleries in and near London, Hampton Court Palace Will have

crowds of visitors during the ensuing holiday week. Be it our grateful duty to say a few words touching the place. We take the whole of our information from an illustrated Hand-Book or Guide; now publishing by Messrs. H. G. Clarke ' and Co., Old Bailey. This firm have already pr
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
OTA HEITE.

OTA HEITE.

View of vails; their language is soft and very musical; their dress consists of cloth and matting, but at noon both males and females appear almost naked. The number of the inhabitants is about 17,000. The gradations of rank are marked and distinctive, and regulated somewhat on
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England