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• SALES BY AUCTION: Red Lion square.—Furniture, retriovea front a Gentleman's Country House—A tlne.toned 6%-obtaire Uibinet Piano, a 6 octave

• SALES BY AUCTION: Red Lion square.—Furniture, retriovea front a Gentleman's Country House—A tlne.toned 6%-obtaire Uibinet Piano, a 6 octave

Cottage ditto, Chandelier, Glass and China, and numerous Household Effects: —By Mr. BULLOCK, at his Great Rooms, - N. 211, High Holborn. THIS DAY, Nov. 30, and following Saturday, Dec. 2, at Twelve, fir exactly Half-past, each bay. GOOD Household Furniture ; Piands ; Harp, and M
November 30, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
a te4ard of 1201. was offered, has teen taken; and la now lodged in Hertford gaol. It appears that he

a te4ard of 1201. was offered, has teen taken; and la now lodged in Hertford gaol. It appears that he

was in company with two other men and some women near Ludgate. hill on the day.of the Queen's visit to the City, when a man named George ilyner, wh,. is in the employ of Earl Cowper as a sawyer, at Panshanger, recognised and' mediately seized him, charging him with being concern
November 16, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

MANSION-HOUSE.. Censmow Cowan a, --A: depuraUMi førn the Merchants of Cologne waiteit Mayer litl3 the. address, unanitneuily agreed t&y theni„ - uptin taking' advantage of the opportunity which preientedltself of reviving the intimacy between country and the upper provinces of t
November 16, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
No. 54.

No. 54.

December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

MANSION-110USE. Mr. Williams, of the Old Bailey, waited upon the Lord Mayor, and stated that he came, at the request of a particular friend of his, who was connected with the firm of Davonport and Co.. to remove an impression which had been much against the Royal Entertainm'ent
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING.

SHIPPING.

DEAL, Nov. W.S.W., strong breezes. Arrived, the Sir Andrew H Immcrnd, from the South Seas; Sir John Falstaff, from Miramichi. The Isabella, Nearo, passed through the Downs, this . afternoon, for the river, in tow by a steam-boat, having been - dismasted off Dungeness, from Afric
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
EARKET, Nov. 29. , 1 ', - .TO THE NOBILITY. GENTRY , FAMILIES, KEEPERS ' l this morning than O"i

EARKET, Nov. 29. , 1 ', - .TO THE NOBILITY. GENTRY , FAMILIES, KEEPERS ' l this morning than O"i

OF HOTELS, SCHOOLS. • , . _ mtinnes very quiet 4 = i - AND ALL LARGE CONSUMERS OF TEA. for several lots at a: t 1 T"T' NEW TEA WAREHOUSE, 37 and 38, eat point of last weeks . f .; GrtKECHURCII-STREET (near London bridge), opened Lion holders generally , on th e 2,,J s, ' miter,
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.

PARIS. Nov. 28.—The Charte of Tuesday, in inserting Maria Christina's speech on the opening of the Cortes, commends its tone of candour and moderation, and pronounces the passage relative to the services rendered by France to the constitutional cause on the Pyrenees frontier a t
December 1, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
CITY IN

CITY IN

We alluded vesterda: 'lace in Bank . of 'hest price of the p :tut. The feeling the 11 u:dation for the de s nfirmed 'o -day, by a i to 2061, the las: 'ett 206. Only a fel terne depression, and afternoon than at ,tia exceedingly improl .s ntimplate a reducio rest or surplus of l
December 1, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
PORTUGAL,

PORTUGAL,

LISBON, Oct. 31.—Our new administration not been formed yet, but most probably it will be framed by Viscount Sada Bandeira ; his friends in general, and part of the, compromised aristocracy having prevailed on him to accept the task, If the administration is re-organized, the th
November 9, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England