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THE KING'S LEVEE.

THE KING'S LEVEE.

The King held a Levee on Wednesday at his Palace in James ! which was numerously attended. His Majesty entered the state-row?! accompanied by the' Duke of Sussex and Prince • Leopold,. a ttended the great officers of state, and held his entree levee. After the levrl_ the King he
April 17, 1831 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. - HOUSE OP LORDS.--TuEsDAY. Their Medresties attended the House of Lords—the King to give the royal asseatto the

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. - HOUSE OP LORDS.--TuEsDAY. Their Medresties attended the House of Lords—the King to give the royal asseatto the

Queen's Annuity Bill, and her Majesty to make her acknowledgments to the Lords and Commons for the same, which site did with two graceful obeisances. The House re-assembled at five o'clock, when the LORD CHANCELLOR read a message from his Majesty, which states that certain circu
August 7, 1831 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
EXTRACT FROM, AND BALSAM OF, ROSES.—These esteemed anc elegant Articles are most respectfully offered to the Nobility and Gentry, by

EXTRACT FROM, AND BALSAM OF, ROSES.—These esteemed anc elegant Articles are most respectfully offered to the Nobility and Gentry, by

BaocKBANa, and Rinox, of No. 35, New Bond-street, as the most delicate and effectual preservatives of the Hair, and as contributing to it a gloss and brightness which compositions prepared from ardent spirits destroy. The EXTRACT is a liquid distilled from Flowers grown by the P
March 23, 1834 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE OF ILLUSTRIOUS CHARACTERS—No. XIV.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE OF ILLUSTRIOUS CHARACTERS—No. XIV.

THE EARL OF ELDON AND FERGUS O'COIsTNOR. Senators do battle sometimes desperately. Lawyers hit each other hard in Court. Judges pretend on the bench an abhorence of crime; and Parsons are devoted to denunciations of the devil; but then the friendly feeling which each respectivel
September 8, 1833 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRES.

THE THEATRES.

The proprietors and shareholders of Drury Lane met a few days back, for the purpose of receiving the report of the Committee of management, and to laud Captain Polhill for half ruining himself, and his man Bunn for prompting him to a course of management as prodigal and extravag
July 28, 1833 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
PAPE DE L'EUROPE, 9, HAYMARKET, two doors above the Theatre. Under a new system of Management, the Proprietor first to

PAPE DE L'EUROPE, 9, HAYMARKET, two doors above the Theatre. Under a new system of Management, the Proprietor first to

place the business of this lavern on the same scale of charges (and . many e articles at a lower price) as the CLU BS—for Breakfast, Luncheons, Dinners, d P e Wines, and other Refreshments, It will be found, on reference to the Carte List, by those Gentlemen who honour the Cafe
July 28, 1833 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
DON MIGUEL TO THE DUKE

DON MIGUEL TO THE DUKE

MY DEAR DUKE,—The news of your accession to power, / need not say, has given me unbounded and extravagant joy. lam already under immense obligations to your Grace. I shall never forget that it was through your aid and assistance that I was enabled to make so desperate a struggle
December 7, 1834 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
CIGARS. —THE MORO CASTLE.—PATRICK and CO., No. 9, GREAT TURNSTILE, HOLBORN, Importers and Dealers in Cigars and Cheroots only of

CIGARS. —THE MORO CASTLE.—PATRICK and CO., No. 9, GREAT TURNSTILE, HOLBORN, Importers and Dealers in Cigars and Cheroots only of

the finest Brands imported. Passengers proceeding to India or the Colonies may be supplied with Cigars for the Voyage, duty free.
November 17, 1833 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
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August 11, 1833 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

J. H. Green, Finch-lane, City, billbroker.—Duncan Douglas, Whitechapel-road, baker.—John Robinson, Bridge street, Westminster, boot and shoe maker.—Wm. Lover, Wellington-street, Strand, news-agent.—G. Harris, Broad-street, City, cornfactor.—J. Hansom and E. Welch, Birmingham, bu
April 27, 1834 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England