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ROYAL GALLERY.

ROYAL GALLERY.

The avenue leading - from the entrance door to the door of the Housi of Lords was from an early hoar thronged with nuftitTrs of well dressed ladies attended by gentlemen, among whom we observed magy.peers, members of parliament, and other persons of distinction. Soon after twelv
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
TH E LONDON AND BRIGHTON - RAILWAY COMPANY, incorporated by A c t o f Parhansent, 15th July, 137. DIRECTORS,

TH E LONDON AND BRIGHTON - RAILWAY COMPANY, incorporated by A c t o f Parhansent, 15th July, 137. DIRECTORS,

John Harman, Esq., Chairman. John Moxen, Esq., Deputy Chairman. , Captain Beauclerc Lieut. Colonel Moody, R.E. John Cattley, Esq. Captain J. W. Pringle, R.E. Charles Henry Clay, Esq. Francis Ricardo, Esq. Isaac L)on Golcismid, Esq, Thomas S. Robinson, Esq. Moses A. Goldsmid, Esq
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
HORSE GUARDS

HORSE GUARDS

The usual arrangements were ma — de along the line from here to the House of Lords. Parties of the Horse Guards were stationed in various positions, and a strong body of police assisted the soldiery in preventing parti-s from interrupting the royal procession. There were not man
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
REVIEW. AulographLttleis,Characteristic Fxtracts,and Signatures, from Me correspondence of illustrious and distinguished Women of Great Britain, from the XIVM to the

REVIEW. AulographLttleis,Characteristic Fxtracts,and Signatures, from Me correspondence of illustrious and distinguished Women of Great Britain, from the XIVM to the

XlXthJury. Collected and copied in Fac•siMile original documents. By J. Net herclift. - I There are several featnree in this collection vvilich would lead one to suppose that it will be a popular work with the curious and the tasteful. In the first place, it is rem irkable both
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.-(7'HIS DAY.)

LONDON MARKETS.-(7'HIS DAY.)

NEWGATE AND LEADENIIALL. There was a very fine Christmas show of Meat of all kinds at market this morning. Trade was brisk, and • prices of all kiods a little in advance. Very utile Meat was left unsold. Beef, 2s 6d to 4s 4't!; Mutton, 2s 6d to 4s; Veal, 4s to 5s 4d; Pork, 4s to
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
BETTS'S PATENT BRANDY.- Notwithstanding the publicity for many years past given • the superiority of Betts's Patent French Distilled Brandy

BETTS'S PATENT BRANDY.- Notwithstanding the publicity for many years past given • the superiority of Betts's Patent French Distilled Brandy

laver every other spirit, British or Foreign, it is yet but partially li.nown. J. T. Betts and Co. therefore will feel it a duty they to the public and themselves, to invite a comparison be tween the Patent and the French Brandy, until every family in the kingdom, in which Brand
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
DECLARATION OF THE TRADES

DECLARATION OF THE TRADES

Mr. O'CONNELL then rose and saia—There is one subject to which I would particularly call the attention o± the press. A placard, not signed by any person, has been exhibited in the public streets, stating that the .appointment - which I made with several individuals for lw o'cloc
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
From the GAZEITE .of LAST NIGHT.

From the GAZEITE .of LAST NIGHT.

Downing street, Dec. 22, 1837. The Qaeen hag been pleased to appoint Colonel Sir George Arthur K.C.FI., to be Lieutenant Governor ut the province of Upper Canada. War Office, Dec. 22. Brevet—Colonel Sir George At thur, on half. pay of the York Chassenrs, to have the local rank o
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
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'' 1 i..' . • ' . ): :: • P 7 . • ',..." , 1. 1 A4 ' 1 1 1 , 4 i . 4 i ...., v 4 . .. k k • ~ i ''',.. it s tv "i •,. • " LONDON, SATURDAY EVENING, DE.CEMBER, 2 Luring goldsmiths—E. H. Watts and U Miller Blyth, Northumberland, tallow chandlers—S. Clarke. Miller, and M. C. Clarke.
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PAR LIAME T. (THIS DAY.) COMING DOWN OF HER MAJESTY TO PAR.

IMPERIAL PAR LIAME T. (THIS DAY.) COMING DOWN OF HER MAJESTY TO PAR.

LIALVIENT; About half past twelve o'clock her Majesty left Buckingham Palace, the Royal procession beisg in the usual order on such occasions. The centre avenue to the Horse Guards was thinly lined with spectators, and the men who had the usual assortment of chairs and boards to
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England