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nothing impracticable, but that by a clause in the Edinbureh Police Act, passed last year, all bakers were required to

nothing impracticable, but that by a clause in the Edinbureh Police Act, passed last year, all bakers were required to

stamp, in large and distinct figures, the impsrial weight of the loaves, and lading to do so were liable to a tine of 405.; or, it the loaves were deficient in weight, to a psnalty of 51. Now, what was good for Edinburgh was good for London, for Essex, or even for Brighton. But
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HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TO-MORROW EVENING, Will be prr3ented, IL MATRIMONIO SEGRETO. To conclude with LES PLAISIRS DE L'HIVER. Doors open

HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TO-MORROW EVENING, Will be prr3ented, IL MATRIMONIO SEGRETO. To conclude with LES PLAISIRS DE L'HIVER. Doors open

at Seven ; and the Opera to commence at Half-past Seven o'clock. Application for Boxes, Stalls, and Tickc's to be made at the Boa-office of the Theatre, where Pit Tickets may be obtained, as usual, price 10s, 6d. each. ROYAL. ITALIAN OPERA, COVENT-GARDEN. SIGNOR MARIO'S BENEFIT.
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SALE AND MANUFACTURE OF BREAD. •

SALE AND MANUFACTURE OF BREAD. •

Motion made, and Question put, " That this House do resolve itself into a Committee, to consider of the best mode of preventing frauds in the Sale of Bread, and for making further provision to secure the wholesome quality of articles used in the manufacture of Bread." The House
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THE STN, LONDON, WEDNESDAY

THE STN, LONDON, WEDNESDAY

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4, Leadenhall-street.

4, Leadenhall-street.

FABLES for the FANCIFUL. No. II THE CATTERI'ILLAR AND THE SILKWORM. A catterpillar met his neighbour-- A useful silkworm —hard at labour ; When thus a conversation brief, Transpired upon a mulberry-leaf. " My service to you, brother worm, If I'm allowed so free a term ; You seem
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JULY 4, 1849.

JULY 4, 1849.

not. would come next to the'vote by ballot. With the pre--eat constituency he was opposA to th 9 ballot, although, to avoid the charge of inconsistency, he had voted for it. He now came to the most inalortant of all —equal tlectora! districts. He held in his hanl a digest of the
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CREMORNE GARDENS.

CREMORNE GARDENS.

These gardens continue to be extensively patronised by the pleasure-seekers of the metropolss. Grand water pageants, introducing the most approved aquatic sports and wondrous feats of natation; equestrian vaulting, by athletes of acknowledged celebrity ; elegant calisthenic exer
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AUDITORS.

AUDITORS.

Samuel Field, Esq. William Ghrimes Kell, Esq. MEDICAL ADVISER. Benjamin Phillips, Esq., F.R.S. BANKERS. Messrs. Spooner, Attwood, and Co. SECRETARY. David Alison, Esq. SOLICITORS. Messrs. Atkinson and Andrew. MANAGER. Alexander Robertson. Esq. The POLICIES are INDEFEASIBLE and I
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AUGUST 9 1849. N°. 17,745.] LONDON THURSDAY .• – :

AUGUST 9 1849. N°. 17,745.] LONDON THURSDAY .• – :

AUGUST 9 1849. N°. 17,745.] LONDON THURSDAY • In the Matter of the JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES WINDINGti' ACT, 184 S, and of the GALWAY and ENNIS GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY. NO()TICE is hereby given, that all parties claiming to be Creditors of the above-mentioned Company are to co
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TO THE BRAVE HUNGARIANS.

TO THE BRAVE HUNGARIANS.

The tyrant has sworn—he's a man of his word— To thunder destruction around; With cannon and bullet, with carnage and sword, Your cities he'll lay with the ground. The tyrant has sworn destruction to life And death, in insulting his slave— The young and the old, the maiden and wi
August 9, 1849 - Sun (London) - London, London, England