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A T S.—THE KING'S LETTERS PATENT have U. been granted to the undersigned, for important improvements in the manufacture of

A T S.—THE KING'S LETTERS PATENT have U. been granted to the undersigned, for important improvements in the manufacture of

Hats, whereby the weight of Beaver Water-proof Hats is reduced one-half, and the price of the best quality to TWENTYONE SHILLINGS. FRANKS and Co., Sole Patentees and Manufacturers, 140, R ege nt-street, Redcross-street, I, Finsbury -square.
September 25, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
ON SECRET MEDICINES.

ON SECRET MEDICINES.

(From thr Medical Dissenter.) By CROMWICLL Mon.wiza, M.D., Secretary to the Royal Society. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. Menther of the Society of Antiquaries. London, and Con esponding Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris. • Dr. Mortimer obtained the re
November 6, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
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December 11, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
CITY, SATURDAY, DEC. 10.

CITY, SATURDAY, DEC. 10.

The business transacted this week has been of a very limited character. _ The highest price at which Consols for Account have been this week was 89, which was freely given in the middle of the week, and so confident were the Bears that the quotation Would ascend beyond that poin
December 11, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
SAYINGS AND DOINGS.

SAYINGS AND DOINGS.

Th e health of the Conservative solicitors was proposed at a dinner in Wakefield; where Lord Wharneliffe was the "lion;' The Conservatism of solicitors is peculiarly dependent on theirin- West ; and as Conservatism seeks to continue fraud and oppresbion, we make not a doubt abou
December 11, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
THE AFFAIR IT HAMMERSMITH.

THE AFFAIR IT HAMMERSMITH.

We gave insertion to a paragraph in our last Sunday's Globe, furnished to us, as we believed, by a casual observer of the scene, of a circumstance which occurred at Hammersmith on the previous Saturday, between Mr. Bowling, the highly respectable surgeon, reiding in that place,
December 4, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
No. 19.—VoL. I.

No. 19.—VoL. I.

January 29, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
SAYINGS AND DOINGS.

SAYINGS AND DOINGS.

Owing to the influenza, and the miserably dull foggy weather, peoples spirits are not in the best possible condition. We observe something in the daily papers calculated to raise .: them, if any thing can; it is brief, but cheering :—"The Duke of Cumberland will not return to En
February 5, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD, FRIDAY, Dec. 23.

SMITHFIELD, FRIDAY, Dec. 23.

But lilVe business Was expected • o be clone at to•day's market, the butchers having already provided for their Christmas wants. The supply in conse. queues was not plentitul, but still more than was required of every thing. For the best qualities of either sort of meat prices a
December 25, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.— A To-morrow (Ilondav), Jam' try e, 1837, GUSTAVUS THE THIRD. After which, HARLEQUIN AND OLD t;AM MER

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.— A To-morrow (Ilondav), Jam' try e, 1837, GUSTAVUS THE THIRD. After which, HARLEQUIN AND OLD t;AM MER

GU TON ; or, Lolt Need•c Howellif'Columhine. nss Fairbr"ther; Clown M T Mathews; Pantaloon. Mr. F. Sutton. On Tuesday, The DEVIL ON Two STICKS, with the Pantomime. On Wednesday. first , CINDERELLA ; or, The Li tie Glass Slipper. Boxes, 75.; Pit, 3s. 6.1.; Lower Gallery, es.; Upp
January 1, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England