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ST. JAMES'.S THEATRE-a. his Theme, the license..of winch has been extended, will be Reopened To-rnorrow (Nloritl.tv), March C 7, when

ST. JAMES'.S THEATRE-a. his Theme, the license..of winch has been extended, will be Reopened To-rnorrow (Nloritl.tv), March C 7, when

will be Performed the Operstic Burlei ta the POSTILION. Chapelou, Mr. Braham ; Mr. Leffler ; Madelaine, Miss Rainforth. Alter which (Ist dine), an original Serious Burletta, M S• C. Hall, railed M ABEL'S CU [(SE.. JaSez Flint, Mr. Barley; Martin Cleayelan(l, Mr. Bennett; Lawrenc
March 26, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
DINNEFORD'S INDIAN TONI( for Weak Stomachs, Flatulency, Indigestion. Loss of Appetit Nervous Affections, and Constitutional Debility. .01 Medicines in general

DINNEFORD'S INDIAN TONI( for Weak Stomachs, Flatulency, Indigestion. Loss of Appetit Nervous Affections, and Constitutional Debility. .01 Medicines in general

use, there are none perhaps more valdat t .an sate and effective Tonics: they improve and invigorate the con t. ition when impaited by, the effects of climate, long use of medic' protracted disease, or the ordinary decay of nature.—The Indian To is. a Preparation or aromatics in
February 26, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
OMNIINIff THE PUBLIC. F I FTY'SPLE - N DID PORTRAITS !—lVilh the SuNtrAY tVFNING GLOBE, price Threepence, will be presented,

OMNIINIff THE PUBLIC. F I FTY'SPLE - N DID PORTRAITS !—lVilh the SuNtrAY tVFNING GLOBE, price Threepence, will be presented,

to regular S u b_ seri hers only, every Month, an exquisitely executed PORTRAIT on Steel, of a Leading Reform Member of one of the Houses of Parliament, a specimen of which is on view at the Office. The PORTRAIT of LORD JOHN RUSSELL will be ready for delivery on the March. Nothi
February 26, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
SAYINGS AN.p. D9ORS„

SAYINGS AN.p. D9ORS„

SAYINGS The Irish are proverbially alight-hearted race, and even the solemnity of a Court of Justice - is insufficient to restrain their mirth. An application was made by counsel, the other day in the Court of Exchequer, Dublin , respecting a tithe process-server who had-been sev
February 19, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

UNITED STATE:,—The financial state of trade is fast improving throughout the United States. Money is comparatively abundant, and the rate of discount has fallen 1 per cent. per month. Stocks have, also, risen considerably, the advance on the last prices being on an average 5 per
February 19, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1837.

SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1837.

DINNEFORD'S INDIAN TONIC, for Weak Stomachs, Flatulency, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Nervous Affections, and Constitutional Debility. Of Medicines in general use, there are none perhaps more valuable than safe and effective Tonics: they improve and invigorate the constitution
April 23, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
– GREENACRES CONFESSIONS

– GREENACRES CONFESSIONS

- GREENACRES CONFESSIONS Ever since the conviction of Greenacre, be appears to have been on the most confidontial terms with Alderman liumphery, the Sheriffs, and other functionaries; his conversations with rather resemble the friendly colloquies over a quiet and cordial glass, t
April 23, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
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April 23, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER.

THE PRACTICAL LAWYER.

It has been held that since the rule Ililary, 2 Will. IV., a defendant may, before issue joined, move to stay proceedings till security for costs be given, on account of the plaintiff's residence abroad, though he has pleaded after knowledge of that fact: so, where plaintiff gav
April 23, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
'THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE._ To-morrow (Monday), April 24, will be performed PIZARRO: After which a Dramatic and Pantomimic Sketch, in One

'THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE._ To-morrow (Monday), April 24, will be performed PIZARRO: After which a Dramatic and Pantomimic Sketch, in One

Act, from the Pantomime of Old Gammer Gurton, or the Ifi‘st Needle. To ettnelude with GUSTAVUS TH E THIRD. Om Tuesday, the BARBER OF SEVILLE. With the Opera of FAIR ROSAMOND. On Wednesday, the Opera of CINDERELLA • or, the Fairy Slipper. On Thursday, the Play of the WINTER'S TAL
April 23, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England