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Mr. A. Onslow's Ruff, 3 yrs, 6st ;lb (Dockery) 1 Mr. Meeson's Fair Charlotte, 4 yrs, ist 41b... .(Whitehouse) 2 The following also started, but were not placed Lord Stradbrolie's Evenus, 5 yrs, 9st (Nat); Mr. Osbaldeston's Sorellu, 4 yrs, 7st 121 b (Simpson); Mr. Serratt's Intre
October 18, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

MARLBOROUGH-STREET. STREET ROBBERY BY A FEMALE.—EmiIy Wills, a good-looking young woman, respectably dressed in mourning, was charged with highway robbery.-- Between one and two o'clock in the morning, as Mr. H. Davenport was proceeding along Oxford-street, accompanied by his br
October 18, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LA3IBETH.

LA3IBETH.

A Pic-Nte.---Mrs. Rosetta Anne Robinson, who had represented herself to be the wife of a barrister of that name, and who had been previously examined on a charge of stealing a piece of satin from the King's Head Tavern, at Norwood, was again placed at the bar before Mr. Henry, a
October 18, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CIABBITRWS OIL for Rheumatipn, Weakness and Contraction of the Limbs. Extract of a Letter from Lord Clarina. Elm Park, Limerick,

CIABBITRWS OIL for Rheumatipn, Weakness and Contraction of the Limbs. Extract of a Letter from Lord Clarina. Elm Park, Limerick,

Nov. 27, 1844. CLARINA presents his compliments to Mr. Cabbum and has the pleasure to enclose him a cheque on Messrs. Coutts it Co., which will liquidate his account. Lord Clarina has derived infinite benefit from the use of the Oil in a very severe attack of Rheumatism in his c
November 22, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL AND THEATRICAL.

MUSICAL AND THEATRICAL.

Mr. Maeready has entered into an engagement to perform twenty nights at the Surrey Theatre for £l,OOO, commencing next September. Mr. Bnnn has engaged Carlotta Grisi for twenty nights for Drury Lane Theatre. MciatANz.—The Queen of Spain has conferred the order of Isabelle la Cat
April 25, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE.

EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE.

WORCESTER, TVESDAY, APRIL 21.—The magistrates of this city have been occupied for some hours this afternoon in investigating a charge brought against Mr. Richard Farley, of Gloucester, of having forged two documents purporting to be wills of William Welsh, deceased, formerly of
April 25, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

ti L_lPhraim, are you fond of music ?" "Yes, ear" Don't you think the bass-oon is a M a oist exrective instrument ?" "Nothing to compare, to the harp-oon for .effect—Nothing. of " Goodsir has been elected from among a list 'uished men to fill the chair of anatomy in the Universi
April 25, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PEARLS FOUND UNDER THE HOOFS OF THE SWINE.

PEARLS FOUND UNDER THE HOOFS OF THE SWINE.

SPEAKING TO CHARACTER.—Who can question that Sir Robert Peel, for all his boasted majority, is practically a beaten Minister---the representatives of Principles detested---of a policy overthrown? His wreck, as a public man, has been the penalty of his duplicity. He has failed wh
April 25, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
tamed. Of malt, the arrivals continue to be large, and as brewers are already well supplied with this article, the

tamed. Of malt, the arrivals continue to be large, and as brewers are already well supplied with this article, the

demand for it is exceedingly dull, and prices are gradually on the decline. Oats, on the contrary, are becoming scarce, and ready dealers have been this day obliged to pay 6d. to 2s. per quarter more for the finest samples than could have been obtained at the end of the last wee
April 25, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LEFT HIS HOME, AT WANTAGE, in Feb., 1844, and has not been heard of since August 1845, when he was

LEFT HIS HOME, AT WANTAGE, in Feb., 1844, and has not been heard of since August 1845, when he was

seen in Derby, JAMES LEWIS, a Travelling Vendor of Gloves, Stockings, Stc., by trade; he was formerly a Bricklayer, and is supposed to be now following that trade on one of the Railways in progress. He is 37 years of age, dark sallow complexion, about 5 feet 9 inches in height,
April 25, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England