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Vcn anb Ent Vortrafts.—yo. 11. SIR JAMES CLARK.

Vcn anb Ent Vortrafts.—yo. 11. SIR JAMES CLARK.

WE owe an apology to the faculty, it should seem, for having introduced a surgeon in preference to a physician in our sketches; we shall owe one, we fear, to many of our readers for introducing Sir James Clark to their notice. From the first of these imputations we shall excuse
August 28, 1847 - London Mercury 1847 - London, London, England
 
MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

, ROBBERY AT MESSRS. DOUDNEY'S.-011 Saturday Wm. Elstob was charged with having robbed Messrs. George Doudney and Brothers, tailors, Bond-street, his employers, of property valued at upwards of £ lOO. Mr. George Doudney said the prisoner had been employed by the firm as cutter f
August 28, 1847 - London Mercury 1847 - London, London, England
 
Vrobincial geb3o.

Vrobincial geb3o.

Vrobincial WARWICKSHIRE.—Btrn - GLARY AT BIRMINGHAM.— An atrocious burglary occurred in this town last week. The premises lately occupied by Messrs. Hall, grocers, Highstreet, in the Bull-ring, have recently been taken by Mr. J. St. Losky, importer and manufacturer of cigars, of
August 28, 1847 - London Mercury 1847 - London, London, England
 
SLOW BOWLERS.

SLOW BOWLERS.

Hon. S. Ponsonby, b Lewis .. 12 run out C. ColLston, Esq. b Sherman 0 b Taylor 1 Brockwell, c. Fellic,bSherman 52 cTaylor, b. Sherman C. Hoare, Esq. ' run out l9 b Taylor 8 C. Lock, Esq., b Sherman.... 6 c Day, b Taylor C. Diaries, Esq., b. Sherman.. 6 c Sherman, b Taylor J.Antr
August 28, 1847 - London Mercury 1847 - London, London, England
 
Vortrn.

Vortrn.

[ORIGINAL.] THE COTTAGE ORNE. ( Twelve Months after Marriage.) BY THE AUTHOR OF " WHY DON'T THE MEN PROPOSE ? " DEAR Sybil, I'm sorry to say I'm tired of our rural retreat, So sick of our cottage Orn6, That I longifor a nice noisy street. The air is so damp from the fountain, We
July 10, 1847 - London Mercury 1847 - London, London, England
 
SUERBY.

SUERBY.

First Innings. Second Innings. Brockwell, b. Hillyer 2 not out Earnshaw, Esq., c. W. Pilch, b. Hillyer Lee, Esq., C. W. Pilch,b. Hillyer 40 c. Dorrinton, b. Mynn 20 Day, b. Mynn N. 'Felix, Esq., not out 46 b. Adams. 25 Martingell, c. F. Pilch, b. Hillyer 1 st. Dorrinton, b. Adam
July 10, 1847 - London Mercury 1847 - London, London, England
 
14 years, to the sum 0f.... £2BO 15 300 PP 16 320 PP . 17 340 18 360 19 ~380

14 years, to the sum 0f.... £2BO 15 300 PP 16 320 PP . 17 340 18 360 19 ~380

/9 20 PP /. 400 ;Ived in money, at the following cent:—
July 10, 1847 - London Mercury 1847 - London, London, England
 
To GENTLEMEN.—THE BEST WEST OF England Wool-dyed Dress Coats, to measure, £2 lOs ; Frock ditto, lined with silk, £2

To GENTLEMEN.—THE BEST WEST OF England Wool-dyed Dress Coats, to measure, £2 lOs ; Frock ditto, lined with silk, £2

15s, made by first-rate artistes. The registered Llama Paletots, in every size and colour, at 30s and 35s each. The most select stock of fashionable Trousers and Waistcoats in London, at the lowezt possible price for a good article, at SHEARD and CO., professed Tailors, the Gold
July 10, 1847 - London Mercury 1847 - London, London, England
 
and ECONOMY.—To Railway ki Travellers and other Persons visiting Town.—CLIFFORD'SINN COFFEE and CHOP-HOUSE, Clifford's-inn-passage, Fleetstreet, near Temple-bar. The cheapest house

and ECONOMY.—To Railway ki Travellers and other Persons visiting Town.—CLIFFORD'SINN COFFEE and CHOP-HOUSE, Clifford's-inn-passage, Fleetstreet, near Temple-bar. The cheapest house

in London. Clean, respectable, and cdavenient accommodation. . Observe !—Clean and well-aired beds 10s. 6d. per week, with breakfast included. - To meet the convenience of parties arriving by various Trains and Packets, this house is open night and day. 2,969 OMNIBUSES pass and
July 10, 1847 - London Mercury 1847 - London, London, England
 
..Nowready,gtriteNToki.; gift edgee,'lss., • Edittol. by JOHN - SAUNDERS.—Above two thousand pounds ' hare been expended in the Literature and

..Nowready,gtriteNToki.; gift edgee,'lss., • Edittol. by JOHN - SAUNDERS.—Above two thousand pounds ' hare been expended in the Literature and

Illustrations alone of these three volumes, which comprise about twelve hundred and fifty royal octavo pages, double columns, and nearly one htmdred Engravings. The Authors are,llarriet Martineau, Lord Nugent, Miss Bremer,- R. 11. Horne; Parry Cornwall, Mrs. Child (of America),
July 10, 1847 - London Mercury 1847 - London, London, England