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OF ERYSIPELAS,

OF ERYSIPELAS,

In the following remarkable case the lady had been both deaf and blind from the virulence of the complaint.— February 19th, 18.17, „ Mrs. Gibbons, of Tivolia-place, Cheltenham, was for two years no dreadfully afflicted with Erysipelas that she become (however extraordinary it tn
October 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
THE COMMERCIAL DISTRESS.

THE COMMERCIAL DISTRESS.

THE ROYAL BANK OF LIVERPOOL.—The people in Liverpool were taken by surprise on Tuesday morning by the announcement that the Royal Bank had stopped payment; and at ten o'clock the following notice was issued :—" The directors of the Royal Bank of Liverpool regret to have to annou
October 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
BUDD V. READY.

BUDD V. READY.

This case was heard before a former Court, when an order was made the defendant for 114 16s. The defendant at that time produced a protection order from the Court of Bankruptcy and the copy of the Schedule, with the present claim inserted. The claim was for lodgings, and the def
October 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
THORNTON V PATTERSON•

THORNTON V PATTERSON•

The plaintiff stated that he sued the defendant, who was the officer of the Greenwich Court of Requests, now defunct, for the recovery of £2 paid by a person named Banks of Eltham, in the Old Court. An execution was issued that Court, and on searching the books, he found against
October 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
WALLACE V GREENWOOD.

WALLACE V GREENWOOD.

This was an action to recover two bills of exchange, of £5 each, in the posseesion of defendant, for which it was alleged he had given no consideration. The plaintiff is a graines and house decorator, at Deptford, and the defendant lately kept the Duke of Sussex, Old King-Street
October 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
Varieties.

Varieties.

A Dublin attorney was, — on Thursday, committed for trial for having stolen from an unfortunate female the sum of one. penny. The Itoseon Chronotype states that, the second child born in Cinoinnati still lives, and has not seen middle age, while that city contains 80,000 inhabit
October 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
HOW' TO MAKE A FORTUNE.

HOW' TO MAKE A FORTUNE.

On Friday Mr. W. Crawsbay, the moat powerful of the iron kings" of the principality, gave a sumptuous entertainment to the inhabitants of Merthyr and Dowlais, at the Bush Hotel, Merthyr. Upon his health being drank, Mr. Cra.wshay gave the following graphic account of the rise an
October 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
540 7150

540 7150

Number of inmates - - 1039 Relief cases Tramps. Greenwich - - - 38 Deptford -_ - - 42 - St. Nicholas Doptford - 18 - Woolwich - - _ - 40 29 A letter was readlfrom the Poor Law Commissioners, dra%ing the attention of the Board to their appointment of Mrs. Norris, as school mistre
October 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
wEnn V. J. E. GOODWIN.

wEnn V. J. E. GOODWIN.

V. J. E. GOODWIN. A queer character, supposed to be a touter, attended and admitted the debt. The Judge—Where is the defendant / Touter don't know. Plaintiff—He was in court three minutes ago, your honour. He is a manufacturer of tarpaulin, and the claim is £2 2s, for furniture.
October 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England
 
COMMISSION ON ASSURANCE.

COMMISSION ON ASSURANCE.

To the Editor of the Post Magazine. SlR,—The subject of Commission, so strongly laid before your readers by CRITO, is one that deserves our most serious consideration; involving as it does, in a great measure, our national charahter, for fair and honourable dealing —a trait, of
October 23, 1847 - Surrey Mercury - London, London, England