Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
Clear filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 14,566 articles

COVENT GARDEN THEATRE.

COVENT GARDEN THEATRE.

M. Jullien's'Bal Masque is to be given on Monday next, when the concert season will have terminated. The preparations for the ball are of the most brilliant character. he orders given for the floral and ornamental decorations, and also for the gastronomic department, are on the
July 18, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE. HOWIE CMCUlT—Hertford.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE. HOWIE CMCUlT—Hertford.

BLAGG V. STLRT.—LIBEL.—ThiS was an action for libel of a singular character, and appeared to excite a ! good deal of interest, on account of the position of the parties and the circumstances connected with the transaction. The plaintiff is a solicitor at St. Alban's, and also ho
July 18, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN.

FOREIGN.

BoulQgne and Amiens • Bouraeaux, Toul,BzCette ( jentral of Spain 7.3ey10n Dendre Valley Dutch Rhenish East Indian Great North of France Great Western of Bengal Great Western of Canada Jamaica South Midland Jamaica North Midland Louvain and Jemeppe Luxembourg Lyons and Avignon Na
July 18, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
72:17.711t1nLE CALAMITY IN QuEBEC.--rnArtrui. LOSS 01' xarE BY rnt.E. (From the Quebec Mercury, June 13.)

72:17.711t1nLE CALAMITY IN QuEBEC.--rnArtrui. LOSS 01' xarE BY rnt.E. (From the Quebec Mercury, June 13.)

It has again pleased the Almighty to afflict our already chastened city. Last night, at ten o'clock, a fire broke out in the Theatre Royal, St. Lewis-street (formerly the Riding School), at the conclusion of Mr. Harrison's exhibition of his chemical dioramas. Fiona the informati
July 18, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WOOL MARKET. The imports of wool during the past week have consisted of 3,200 bales from Sydney; 345 ditto from

WOOL MARKET. The imports of wool during the past week have consisted of 3,200 bales from Sydney; 345 ditto from

South America; 246 ditto from hamburg; 110 ditto from Smyrna; 255 ditto from St. Petersburg, and 124 ditto from the Cape. The public sales are still in progress, but the, are goinr, off heavily, at, in some instances, depressed currencies. By private treaty neatto nothing is doi
July 18, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. JULY 14.—There have been 5,000 bales sold to-day, including 2,000 on speculation. The market has been firm,

LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. JULY 14.—There have been 5,000 bales sold to-day, including 2,000 on speculation. The market has been firm,

without any change in prices.
July 18, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
- ROYAL EXCHANGE IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT. PRETYMAN and HOBSON, 17 Cornhill, Wholesale and Retail Furnishing Ironmongers and Cutlers, beg to invite

- ROYAL EXCHANGE IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT. PRETYMAN and HOBSON, 17 Cornhill, Wholesale and Retail Furnishing Ironmongers and Cutlers, beg to invite

the public generally to their establishment, where every article is kept of the newest design, and of the best quality, at moderate prices. Their Town-made Tea Urns cannot be surpassed, and their Table Cutlery is of the best selected transparent ivory, with blades of the finest
June 6, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
order.

order.

WANDS WORTH. The Rate-Payers of Tooting.—A few days since 59 rate-payers in the parish of Tooting were summoned to this Court before Mr. Clive, for neglecting or refusing to pay a certain highway rate duly published and allowed.. The summonses were taken out by Mr. Bartholomew D
June 6, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SPiRIT OF THE PRESS.

SPiRIT OF THE PRESS.

THE NEW AUTHORITY.—This - last reform is, perhaps a more remaikabre' Tired than its predecessors, though all are striking illustrations of the working of that new governing.power of modern society—public opinion. In formally ' giving effect to free trade, the legislature does no
June 6, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LONDON TRADE REPORT

LONDON TRADE REPORT

Sugar: No public sales, and very little done by private contract on account of the holidays.- On Wednesday the trade bought 390 hhds and tierces by private contract. Prices are rather-lower, 5,000 . bags Mauritius, and 3,000 bags Bengal, sold at easier rates. A parcel of Manilla
June 6, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England