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THE GREAT CHURCH LOTTERY.

THE GREAT CHURCH LOTTERY.

We thought lotteries were quite abolished, as fat as England was concerned; but we find we are quite in the wrong, and that there is a lottery in existence which has survived the exterminating knife of legislation, and still continues to gull the incre. dulous and excite the mea
February 5, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-JAN. 31. OPENING OF THE SESSION. It being pretty generally understood that his Majesty would not open the Session in person, the number of persons collected round the avenues to the Houses of Parliament.was unusually scanty, and comparatively little excitement ap
February 5, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY

FRIDAY

Several petitions were presented from different places against Church-rates. —The Marquis of CONYNGIIAM presented his Majesty's answer to the address. The Non-Itcs:dence bill was read a first time.—Adjourned.
February 5, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
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February 5, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
MARRIED

MARRIED

At Bangalore, on the Ist of September fast: Lieut. H. W. Wood, 4th Regi. ment Madras Native Infantry, to Maria Louisa, eldest daughter of A. Colwell, Esq., of Moneymore, county Londonderry, Ireland. On the 2d inst. at Croydon, by th e R ev.. H. Lindsay, William Charles Carbonell
February 5, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
SAYINGS AND DOINGS.

SAYINGS AND DOINGS.

We observe a Mr. Mould, cheesemonger, in the Tuesday's list of bankrupts. We should think he must now come very properly under the title of a deenye:l tradesman. The Welsh iron-masters, finding that they have too many irons in the fire, have agreed to blow out twenty-one furin o
December 25, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

It was currently reported in the Clubs last night, or we may add this morning, that on the result of the trial being made known to Lard De Roos, he appeared much dejected, and shortly after retired to his private apartment, where, in a fit of desperation, he destroyed himself wi
February 12, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

The turn-out in the Staffordshire Potteries is at an end, and all the manufacturers have resumed work. The masters have succeeded in establishing the custom of twelve months' hiring, for which they contended, and have thus reduced the danger of turnouts very materially. Ar.diew
February 12, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
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iminimoNoMMEll

best attempt certainly was that made by Buckstone as Jingle, but the quaint Sam Weller in the bands of Reeve was a miserable business. He did not on the first night know a syllable of his partwe have seen it but once, for it-is a thing that is not to be endured a second time—but
April 9, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England