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NEW STRAND THEATRE7- To-morrow (Monday), Sept. le. and during the week, the performances will with The PERILS OF PIPPIN; or,

NEW STRAND THEATRE7- To-morrow (Monday), Sept. le. and during the week, the performances will with The PERILS OF PIPPIN; or,

The Man who " Couldn't Help It." After which. The BILL-STICKER; or, An "Old House in the City." To conclude with OTHELLO (ACCORDiNG TO AC l' OF PARLIAMENT). Boxes, is.; Half-Price, es. Pit, Cs.; Half-Price, is, Gallery, is.; Halfprice. od.
September 11, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

An Express which left Paris late on Friday evening, announces a great and sudden fall of between four and five per cent, in the Spanish funds, occasioned, it was supposed, by unfavourable news from Madrid. The closing price on Friday was—Spanish Active Stock, 191; Portuguese Thr
September 25, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON GAZETITS.

THE LONDON GAZETITS.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER O. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. S. Wilding and J. Woodbourne. New Bond -street, milliners.—T. Wild and 'l'. Bamford, IVaerdale, Lancashire, machine-makers.—W. B. Dick - inson and J. Braithwaite, Macclesfield, surgeons.—G. Copeland and J. Graham, Nottingham, lace-ma
September 25, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
PRICE EHREEECE. LITERATURE. raw, 97101

PRICE EHREEECE. LITERATURE. raw, 97101

PRICE EHREEECE. LITERATURE. 97101 daisffer thoseen t s i des Whic h tfie•&iricur who an d r llfshint from The Conservative Peers and the Alarm Ministry. Ridgways. This is a cleverly written pamphlet, though it grave faults s —e eek rm t r w s o of e . b po je s c it t i s on a —
December 11, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
46 TO THE PUBLIC. 4 XWENTY-FOUR SPLENDID PRESENTS !—With the SUNDAY EVENING .GLonu,-thiponly-rwserrimg Paper which appears on that Day, price

46 TO THE PUBLIC. 4 XWENTY-FOUR SPLENDID PRESENTS !—With the SUNDAY EVENING .GLonu,-thiponly-rwserrimg Paper which appears on that Day, price

Threepence 'Will be presented, to regular Subscribers only , TWENTY-no UR exquisitely executed PORTRAITS, on Steel, of the Leading Reform Members the Two Houses of Parliament. The First eltheßeries; a PORTRAIT of THOMAS DUNCOMBE, Esq. M.P. for Finsbury, taken from Life by Geo. C
December 11, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

PARIS.-During a late debate in the Chamber of Deputies, the President of the Council promised Count .Taubert to prevent a recurrence of the failure exhibited in the ease of the Strasburg jury. The opposition has taken the alarm, and discovers in this determination nothing less t
January 29, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
'T'HE PORTRAITS OF THE. SUNDAY EVENING .1. GLOBE, Franied and Glazed in splendid ROSE or.. MA PLE-WOOD FRAMES, V" Inches

'T'HE PORTRAITS OF THE. SUNDAY EVENING .1. GLOBE, Franied and Glazed in splendid ROSE or.. MA PLE-WOOD FRAMES, V" Inches

by 15, with best White Glass, at ss. cub, by W. FRESTON, Picture-frame Maker, 17, Tottenham-court, Nev.u.road. ANNUITIES under the 59 Geo. 111. , 10 Geo. Iv., and 4 and 5 Wm. IV. —Tables of Rates, for all Ages, from 30 to 70, printed on single sheets, may be had on 'application,
January 29, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
PAPER-HANGING, UPHOLSTERY, ANDPLATEGLASS WAREHOUSE, NO. 20, LAMB'S CONDUIT-STREET, HOLBORN. F. ISHERWOOD most respectfully informs the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public

PAPER-HANGING, UPHOLSTERY, ANDPLATEGLASS WAREHOUSE, NO. 20, LAMB'S CONDUIT-STREET, HOLBORN. F. ISHERWOOD most respectfully informs the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public

in general, that he has jut completed his new Designs of Decorations for Drawing-rooms, Dining-rooms, Halls, Ste. at his usual Low Prices, with an extensive assortment of Cabinet and Upholstery Furniture. HOUSE-PAINTING, GRAINING, and PLUMBING DONE BY ESTINI ATE. Dimensions and
February 5, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
DISSECTION-CAUSE OF DEATH.

DISSECTION-CAUSE OF DEATH.

Dissection has become a favourite study. Dissection signifies cutting or taking to pieces; and from the body of a dead man we are to learn how to cure the dieeases of a living ore. Notwithstanding the high quarter iii which this vractice is recommended, and the benefit which it
December 25, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
b , TUB PUBLIC. TwErn-rotril SuLENVID PnEsENis!—With the SUNDAY EVENING 6Loathe , o*ty Evening Paper which appears on that Day,

b , TUB PUBLIC. TwErn-rotril SuLENVID PnEsENis!—With the SUNDAY EVENING 6Loathe , o*ty Evening Paper which appears on that Day,

price Threepeilf:4 be presented. to regular Subscribers only, TWE NTY-FO UR exquisitely executed PORTRAITS,on Steel, of the Reform Members of tie Two Houses of Parliament. The First of the Series, a PORTRAIT of THOMAS DUNCOMBE, Esq., `M‘.P; for Finsbury. taken from Lite by Geo.
December 25, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England