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THE BLOOM OF NINON DE L'ENCLO&

THE BLOOM OF NINON DE L'ENCLO&

THIS INCOMPARABLE BLOOM will be found superior to anything yet discovered, for rendering the Skin soft, smooth, and beautiful; its wonderful effects in removing Freckles, Morphews, Worms, &c. justly entitle it to that preference so long bestowed on it by. the most elegant beauti
December 4, 1842 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
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[PRicE 6D.

September 25, 1842 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
JOHN WILSON CHOKER AND THE LATE DR. MAGINN. --

JOHN WILSON CHOKER AND THE LATE DR. MAGINN. --

Some account of Mr. John Wilson Croker's proceedings, anterior to ' the period chronicled in last Satirist, would form an amusing history, and we shall, perhaps, be tempted to record it some day when we feel antiquarian. One thing is certain, that Croker pursued that very exhila
September 25, 1842 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
PANDEMONIUM.

PANDEMONIUM.

"To show vice her own feature." As a proof of the degraded state to which the sports of the turf have arrived, we need only allude to the fact that some half-dozen of the leading patrons of the course are about to retire from it, disgusted with the character of the men who are n
September 25, 1842 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
NOVEMBER 20.

NOVEMBER 20.

SAM ROGERS AND THE SATIRIST. We willingly give insertion to the following communication from the banker-poet : DEAR SAT—I see by your wicked jests at my expense the last week or two, that my adventure in the Park the other day, and appearance (per deputy) at Marlborough-street a
November 20, 1842 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
NOVEMBER 20, THE "EMINENT" MANAGER. -...- Strange rumours are afloat with regard to Macready; some people assert that he is

NOVEMBER 20, THE "EMINENT" MANAGER. -...- Strange rumours are afloat with regard to Macready; some people assert that he is

stark staring mad, others that he is in a state of bewilderment, being like his predecessor Hammond completely out of his depth. Whether mador merely foolish, it matters not; one thing is beyond dispute—that the whole theatre is up ,in arms against him, and the talk is that a ge
November 20, 1842 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

On the 12th inst., in Albion-street, Hyde-park, Mrs. Frederick Beale, of a daughter.—On the 12th inst., in Eaton-place, Belgrave-square, Mrs. Hopkinson, of a son.—On the 14th inst., at Vine-house, Old Brompton, Mrs. John Llewelyn, of a daughter.—On the 14th inst., in Grosvenor-s
November 20, 1842 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
THE BLOOM OF NINON DE L'ENCLOS.

THE BLOOM OF NINON DE L'ENCLOS.

THIS INCOMPARABLE BLOOM will be found superior to anything yet discovered, for rendering the Skin soft, smooth, and beautiful; its wonderful effects in removing Freckles, Morphews, Worms, &c. justly entitle it to that preference so long bestowed on it by the most elegant beautie
November 13, 1842 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
Last week but one of the Season. XTEW THEATRE.- By Authority of the Lord Chamberlain. Under the Management of Mr.

Last week but one of the Season. XTEW THEATRE.- By Authority of the Lord Chamberlain. Under the Management of Mr.

Hall, To-morrow, Monday, September 12th the performances will commence with PERFECTION. Kate O'Brien, Mrs. H. P. Grattan. After which, LEGERDEMAIN ; or, the Conjuror's Wife. Characters by Messrs. Maynard, Attwood, Corrie, J. W. Collier, and H. Hall; Mesdames Daly, Fosbroke, Melv
September 11, 1842 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
NOVEMBER 6.

NOVEMBER 6.

OUB. POCKET DICTIONARY FOR THE PRINCE OF WALES. --411.--- PA.TRIOT—A man in want of a - place, adopting Liberal politics as the best means of getting such a place.—Fielding. PATRlOTlSM—Pretending public good to serve your own.—Dryden. Au ingenious method of extorting a penny fro
November 6, 1842 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England