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THE LONDON JOURNAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, 1845.

THE LONDON JOURNAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, 1845.

THE MINISTER, THE PARLIAMENT, AND THE NATION. WHO could have supposed that at a time when the parliament of England was dealing with a surplus revenue of five millions that the appropziation of a sum of £17,000 would have caused the greatest revolution known even in this age of
April 19, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE. INCENDIARISM.—Information of the following daring and wanton acts of incendiarism has been forwarded throughout the Metropolitan and City

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE. INCENDIARISM.—Information of the following daring and wanton acts of incendiarism has been forwarded throughout the Metropolitan and City

Police Districts: . —On the afternoon of the 3rd instant, a wood, in the parish of Nutley, Hants, called Oxdown-coppice, the • property of George Purefoy Jervoise, Esq., was wilfully and maliciously set on fire; and again, on the night of the following day (Friday), part of Nutn
April 19, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED FAMILY JOURNAL. AND GAZETTE OF VARIETY, TN appearin g as a new can did ate f or pu

THE ILLUSTRATED FAMILY JOURNAL. AND GAZETTE OF VARIETY, TN appearin g as a new can did ate f or pu

bli c f avor and 1_ approbation, will prg,sent some features and combination hitherto unattempted in ay miscellany of similar cost yet published in this or any other country. Every one must have perceived the present tendency of the public taste towards the elevated in Art as we
April 19, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TO THE CARPET TRADE. FIIHE ROYAL PATENT VICTORIA FELT 1 CARPETING, made without Spinning and Weaving, having suecessi‘illy overcome the

TO THE CARPET TRADE. FIIHE ROYAL PATENT VICTORIA FELT 1 CARPETING, made without Spinning and Weaving, having suecessi‘illy overcome the

prejudice created by competitors in other descriptions of Carpeting, and being now honored with the patronage of Her Most Gracious Majesty, for its use in the Royal Palaces; The Patent Woollen Cloth Company, who are the Sole manufacturers, inform the Trade and the Public that th
April 19, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SPORTING. INTELLIGENOM.

SPORTING. INTELLIGENOM.

NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING MEETING. TUESDAY. Sweepstakes of 10 soya, each; for tli"; : e - e yr olds, 7st 41b; and four Bsl 7lb. T.Y.C. Winner to be sold for 60 soya., 8;c. Seven subscribers. Duke of Rutland's f. by Beiram, 4 Lord Exeter's Mocha, 4 yrs Col. Peer* f. by Slane out of
May 17, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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May 3, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, MAY 3RD, 1845. THURSDAY.

SATURDAY, MAY 3RD, 1845. THURSDAY.

Match, 200, h. ft.; D.M:—Lord Exeter's Wee Pet, b yrs., 88t. 61b. (Mann), beat Sir J. Dawley's Comrade, 3 yrs., ht. 4Th. (Nat), by twenty lengths. 6 to 5 on Comrade, who ruptured a blood-vessel early in the race. Guineas Stakes, by subscribers of 100 sovereigns each, h. ft.; for
May 3, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY.

FRIDAY.

JaCLI, 150 sovs. 25 ft. T.Y,C. Colonel Peel't Garry Owen, Oct. 71b (Nat) 1 beat the Duke of Bedford's Minoianr, 75t.121b.. (E. ltd - witts) S Won by ahead. The Newmairket Stakes of 50 Bova, each, h. ft. ;, for 3 old colts Bst. 71b,.; fillies, Bst. 21b. D.M. 23 subs. Lord Stradbr
May 3, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THAMES POLICE.

THAMES POLICE.

MANSLAUGHTER.—An Irish labourer, named Sohn Denney, was brought up on Wednesday on remand, charged with having caused the death of a man named William Bates, lately carrying on the business of a spring maker, in Black Lion-yard, Whitechapel-road.—lt appeared that on Wednesday, t
May 3, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1845.

THE LONDON JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1845.

TEMPORA AIUTANTUR. Monsieur Jourdain, in the "Bourgeois Gentilhomme," discovered to his great surprise that he had all his life been talking prose without knowing it, and hereafter our aristocracy and Conservative rulers, if they live long enough, may find out that they have bee
May 3, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England