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CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY.

CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY.

A young man named. George Hawkins, the driver of an omnibus belonging to Mr. Spinks, of Hackney, was charged at Worship-street, with beinc , one of several persons who stood indicted at the Old ° Bailey for conspiracy. Mr. Spinks, it appears, has several omnibuses on the Hackney
June 4, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
FRASER.

FRASER.

The " Roman Catholic College of Maynooth" furnishes one of the ingenious children of Regina with a copious theme for conservative wailing and vilification; and if we considered parties, either religious or political, to be mainly influenced by the mere words of their doctiines,
June 4, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN SIVIND:2ERS.

FOREIGN SIVIND:2ERS.

Mark Sennor, a Prussian, was brought up in the custody rof policeman No. 43, to the Mansion House, charged with having defrauded Mr.thecquer, of Blackfriars-road, saddler, of a large quantity of goods. The prisoner is the brother of a man named Simon Sennor, who was a few days a
June 18, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
• •HOP INTELLIGENCE. . BOROUGH, MONDAY.—There is but little doing in our market, and prices continues steady. MAIDSTONE.—The bine has

• •HOP INTELLIGENCE. . BOROUGH, MONDAY.—There is but little doing in our market, and prices continues steady. MAIDSTONE.—The bine has

groWn with great rapidity during the last week in all the parishes round Maidstone, where it is now in a very flourishing state. In some instances it grew six and seven inches during Saturday night. A Nery few individuals of the fly have made their appearance in some of the weak
June 18, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
THE GROWING CROPS.

THE GROWING CROPS.

KENT.—The rains have considerably improved all the crops. The mea.loas of this district have highly hencti tted, as have also the crops of sainfoin, clover, &c.—Maidstoite Gazelle. ISLE or THANET.—The farmers declare themselves well pleased w present appesrances. The wheat is ev
June 25, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE KING'S FUNERAL.

ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE KING'S FUNERAL.

[From the Cottriey.] Upon inquiry we ascertained that the obsequies of his late Majesty Will be under the immediate superintendence and direction of Mr. Bantiag, the state upholsterer, of Pall-mall. This gentleman, it will be recollected, has for many years past had the manageme
June 25, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
STEALING A CASH-BOX.

STEALING A CASH-BOX.

. On Mondiy, Mary Winstanley, a respectable looking young feruale, was brought before" Mr: 'Wedgwood, at Union-hall, charged on suspicion with stealing a cash-box, containing 100/. in sovereigns and silver, besides a check for 251., the property of Thomas Brown, a baker, in Unio
June 25, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
NO. 50.

NO. 50.

August 27, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
94 Przip Vntr:l4l4l n 'lSt t •

94 Przip Vntr:l4l4l n 'lSt t •

94 Vntr: l 4 l 4 l n t • 'l‘;. - • , . kiIANCE. there iS absolutely no news of Merest from France. A foolish account of an intended attack upon the life of Unlit Philippe has served - the journals for a few days . ' speculation. The real facts, however, appear to be that a poor s
August 27, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
AUGUST 27

AUGUST 27

CENTRAL COURT. CUTTING AND WOUNDING.—Edward Gossett, 22, and William Clitheroe, 28, were indicted for cettitig and wounding a policeman named Beaumont. It appeared that the prisoners were, on the night of the 23d of July, seen by the prosecutor, a policeman, on the grounds of Mr
August 27, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England