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rvilliATßE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE._ J. To-rnorr-w (Monday), November 21, (he Tragedy of RICHARD THE THIRD; the Duke of Gloster. Mr. Both

rvilliATßE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE._ J. To-rnorr-w (Monday), November 21, (he Tragedy of RICHARD THE THIRD; the Duke of Gloster. Mr. Both

first appearanct aese eight years).—And SIEGE OF CORINTH.—On Tuesday. Travedv Of OTHELLO. O t hello, Mr. Forreq.—And The SIEGE OF CORINTH. T rAge dv of KING LEAR. Kin,. Lear, Mr. Edwin Forrest.—A'ed the SIEGE OF CORINTH. Boxes, 75.; Pit, ss. 6,1.; Lower the , es.; Upper Gallery,
November 20, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. DREADFUL FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE. At half-past one this morning, a fire broke out in Pear-tree Court,

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. DREADFUL FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE. At half-past one this morning, a fire broke out in Pear-tree Court,

Clerkenwell, which but for the timely arrival of the engines, must have proved destructive of the whole of that densely populated neighbourhood, as it was, however, one girl aged fifteen, was burnt to death, and an infant so dreadfully injured, as to leave . little hopes of reco
October 9, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
TO TIIE PUBLIC.

TO TIIE PUBLIC.

• With this Jouryal will _be presented. to regull4r Subscribers only, a ee'ries eoecuted PORTRAITS. an Steel of the Leading Reform Members'of tie Lower House of Parliament: The Figt'nftlic ! eric . s, a TRAIT HOMAS DUNCOMB E-q., M.P. - for - i'm,bury (a specimen of which is on v
November 6, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
rrHEATRE - ROYAL,' ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE.— i. (of the Free ListY, has the honour to announce to his Friends and

rrHEATRE - ROYAL,' ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE.— i. (of the Free ListY, has the honour to announce to his Friends and

the Public in general, that his BENEFIT will take place on MONDAY, Nov. U, on which occasion the Evening's Entertainments will embrace whole PopidarTalent of s Company, and the kind assistance of several Professionals trout other Theatres; a Popular OPERA; a Broad FA RCIOAIr OPE
November 6, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
SUPERL.ITIVE SPECULATION.

SUPERL.ITIVE SPECULATION.

TIM GRAND ANTIPODEAN TUNNEL., The speculations in the City appear now to be in a very languid condition; the shares, with but one or two exceptions, are at S sad discount. Scarcely one was designed for any national good; the object being,merely to .force a premium, and then to a
December 11, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
IRISH DEBI OF GRATITUDE.

IRISH DEBI OF GRATITUDE.

Ireland will, after all, be deeply indebted to the pride and obstinacy of the House of Lords. Their Lordships refused to allow the settlement of the tithe question, and now, when it is settled, it will he in that complete and effective manner which will sweep away for ever the v
December 11, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A TORY AND A CONSERVATIVE.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A TORY AND A CONSERVATIVE.

The enemies of good government are well aware of the importance of names. They know that names are often indissolubly associated with things; and knowing this, they have made a grand effort to get rid of that ugly word Tory. No journalist now thinks of calling himself or his pay
December 4, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
A MAD RULER.

A MAD RULER.

[Foreign .i . ournals say, "a strauge rumour is prevalent that the Emperor Nicholas is insaite. Surround dashei, by the a , sassins of his brothers and their wives, we ought not, perhaps, to wonder at reason giving way, under the daily terror of a violent death.l 11l news for th
December 4, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
POULTRY AND GAME

POULTRY AND GAME

_ Surrey Capons. 51 0 d to 75 ad each; Fowls, 5s to 7s; Chickens, 6d to 4e a couple; Essex Fowls, 3s 6d to 5s ; Chickens, Os to Os Od a couple; Dunks, 44 to 59 a eoupl.; Geese, is 6d to 3s 61 each ; Pigeons, 69 109. a dozen ; Rabbits, 8s to h dozen; Turkeys, 44 Od to Os Od ; Gro
December 4, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENTS.

INSOLVENTS.

Edward Burn, St. merchant.—Alfred Church-street, Hackney, grocer.—William F. wler, Upper 'noting cer.Harry Pegg, Tunbridge Wells, hotel-keeper. BANKRUPTS. William Watling, Arabella-row, Pimlico, beer-shop and eating-house keeper --John Collin', South-row, New-road, Somers-town,
January 29, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England