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j IFE ANNUITIES under the 59 Geo. 111., 10 Geo. IV., and 4 and 5 Wm. IV. --Tables of Rates,

j IFE 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, postage tree, at the Orlice, 5; Lancastel.placc, Strand.. For every deposited, the Association will gra9t . the Annuity placed opposite the Age of the party depositing. Age. X 3. d. I Age. .e s. d.
January 8, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
TO THE PUBLIC.

TO THE PUBLIC.

FIFTY SPLENDID P"TRAITS!—With the SUNDAY EVENING GLOBE, will be presented, to regular Subscribers only, every Month, lun exquisitely executed PORTRAIT on Steel, of a Leading Reform Membcr of one of the Houses of Parliament, . specimens of which are on view at the Office. The POR
March 5, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS. UONDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS. UONDAY.

The Wills' bill went through a Committee, and the Charity Commissioners' bill and the Sedition (Scotland) bill were severally read a first time.—Adj.
March 5, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
1 ALL EYRAN D.

1 ALL EYRAN D.

Talleyrand has outlived all the great and good of his time, be is now eighty-fire. Talleyrand was born lame, and his limbs are fastened to his trunk by an iron apparatus; on which he strikes ever and anon his gigantic cane, to the great dismay of those who. see him for the first
October 16, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
THE REAL STATE OF PARTIES.

THE REAL STATE OF PARTIES.

Political parties have totally diano-ed—nominally, not actually. We have no Tories—no C onse rvative's—no Whigs—no Radicals. An imaginary amalgamation of the whole bath enabled the wise to establish a strongly-marked, and therefore generally definable, line between Reformers and
October 16, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS

BIRTHS

On the 28th, Mrs. Borradaile, of a daughter.—On the 26th, at Well-street, Hackney, Mrs. Henry Turner, of a daughter, still-born.—At Ostend, on the 23d, the lady of the Rev. Charles J. Clifton, of a daughter.—On the 30th, at No. 35, York-place, Portman-square, the lady of the Rev
April 2, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. ANDERSON TO THE PUBLIC The -address which Madame Vestris has thought it necessary to publish (containing a reference to

MR. ANDERSON TO THE PUBLIC The -address which Madame Vestris has thought it necessary to publish (containing a reference to

myself, as in connexion with her in certain bill transactions), renders it imperative on me to vindicate myself from the aspersion thus unjustly thrown upon me. Without any debts of my own, I am compelled to suffer the dis grace of bankruptcy, for liabilities incurred by becomin
April 23, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY

FRIDAY

Lord RKIN RUSSELL moved a resolution declaring it to be a breach of privilege to publish evidence taken before committees of the House—a resolution which originated in Mr. Harvey's publication of portions of the evidence taken before the Poor Law Committee. Mr. D. W. HARVEY move
April 23, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON GAZEWES. TUESDAY, APRIL 18. BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED, Herify Fiske, 'Watton, Norfolk, grocer.—George Boys, Rodley, Yorkshire, innkeeper

THE LONDON GAZEWES. TUESDAY, APRIL 18. BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED, Herify Fiske, 'Watton, Norfolk, grocer.—George Boys, Rodley, Yorkshire, innkeeper

BANKRUPTS. Thomas Rankin, Epping, draper.—David Patterson Stitt, Taunton, Somer. setshire, linen-draper.—John Taylor Bryson, London-wall, baker.—John Moore Adams, Strand, jeweller.—John Carter, Great Baddow, Essex, wine. merchant.—Edward Alexander, Mill-street, Hanover-square, w
April 23, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

KING'S THEATRE.—The " Gazza Ladra " was performed for .the first time this season last night. The house was in every part crowded, and, if possible, had a more brilliant appearancetbett on the previous Saturday, when Grisi, Rubini, Tamburini, and Lablache, recommenced their unri
April 16, 1837 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England