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used his ferinentations ebullitions, distillations, and the other operations he had been in the habit of performing in his crucible.

used his ferinentations ebullitions, distillations, and the other operations he had been in the habit of performing in his crucible.

VI. this medico-chemical theory arose the purely vital doctrine, attributiiig. every thing to the soul, which alone is capable of being well or ill, and which alone ought to be cared for and nourished by the doctors; but afterwards the soul, becoming more and more neutralised, l
January 29, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
SAYINGS AND DOINGS.

SAYINGS AND DOINGS.

- The Twopenny postmen had a meeting one day last week for the purpose of doing some business connected with their fraternity; when they very appropriately chose the " wall" public-house as the place wherein to hold their discussions. Charles X. has soon got a successor; the Duk
January 29, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE, FRIDAY, Jan. 27. The arrival of Wheat and Flour this week is very moderate; the trade is however, dull, though not cheaper. Barley, Beeps, and Peas, are taken off slowly wi much the lam, ter mos. Good iresh Oats meet a ready sale, the gi eater proporti.in of the l
January 29, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
MADEMOISELLE DUVERNAY TWO NIGHTS MORE. 11HEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.- In etmsequence of the extraordinary demand for places to witnf.ss the performan,e

MADEMOISELLE DUVERNAY TWO NIGHTS MORE. 11HEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.- In etmsequence of the extraordinary demand for places to witnf.ss the performan,e

of this eminent Dincer t she has been prevailed upon to repeat the DEVIL ON TWO STICKS next Tties'fav and Thursday, being positively the last two nights, as she sails for France on Friday morning. trr The new Pantomime of "OLD GAMMER GURTON." every evening,—the greatest hit or y
January 29, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
TUIiSDAY.

TUIiSDAY.

Numerous petitions against ClCult.:l - I. — ra . ies were presented. Aftersomeunimportant business, Lord J. RUSSELL, in a speech of great length, brought forward his motion tor leave to bring in a bill to amend the Corporations of Ireland. A long debate followed, in which Messrs
February 12, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

Sir W. MOLESWORTII moved for leave to bring in a bill to repeal the laws relative to the qualification of members of Parliament. The motion was rejected by a majority of 133 to 104. Mr. gave notice of a motion on this subject. Leave was granted, on the motion of Mr. O'CorirrELL,
February 19, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 1836. LITERATURE.

SUNDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 1836. LITERATURE.

Madrid in 1835. Sketches of the Metropolis of Spain and its Inhabitants, and of Society and Manners in the Peninsula. By a RESIDENT OFFICER. 2 vols. Saunders and Otley. We always feel an interest in Spain which no other country excites; to say nothing of our early friends whose
October 9, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
CITY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8.

CITY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8.

The Public Securities have shown a tendency to decline this we e k, some apprehensions being entertained that Continental politics may lead to a depression in Foreign Stock, which in a greater or less degree would affect our own Funds. The state of politics on the Continent cert
October 9, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
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September 11, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. LECHMERE CHARLTON

MR. LECHMERE CHARLTON

Notwithstanding every exertion on the Part of Mr. Lechmere Charlton to evade the service of the warrant of the Lord Chancellor, for his commitment, Mr. Allen, the active tipstaff of the Court of Chancery, succeeded, on Friday night, in capturing that gentleman, and has him at th
February 5, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England