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The French papers of Tuesday and Wednesday were due when we went to, press. The Times is the only morning paper which received its express from Paris this morning, at half-past six. The preliminary elections of the Chamber of Deputies (formation of committees) on Tuesday proved
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
DLIE.!AR.

DLIE.!AR.

DUE. . Flanders -- -- leeward Islands 0 10 Guer. & Jersey 00 Lisbon ' Hamburgh OO Mediterranean .. 0 Holland Ifalifax Jamaica WATRR AT LONI:ON-BRIDOR TO-MORROW. Morning.. 13 minutes after 10 Evening 42 minutes after 10 The Pnblication of the TRUE_ SUN commenced yesterday at i pa
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
EDIN BURG Fl.=The magnificent new steam Ship LEITH will LEAVE BRUNSWICK WHARF, Blackwall, for Edinburgh, TO-MORROW NIGHT, Dec. 23, and

EDIN BURG Fl.=The magnificent new steam Ship LEITH will LEAVE BRUNSWICK WHARF, Blackwall, for Edinburgh, TO-MORROW NIGHT, Dec. 23, and

the Clarence on Wednesday next, Dec: 27. Fares, 2/,and 31 provisions included. Apply at 61, Charing-cross, or at the General Steam Navigation Company's Offices, 37, Regent Circus; 35, Leadenhall-street ; and 69, Lombard-street.
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
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0....., – . . ,e• t-**-.,,,ra '-'. , / / . ...03- " C. '47'''' 1.,. , ..1 I. v 1 .4. • ~, ~. 1 , 1 – 1 „1.. .1 qi 4. T, , . ._ , .z...., .... .. . ..1. ~ . . ... -,.., LONDON, FRIDAY EVENING,. DECEMBER 22, 1837, ON THE PRESENT STATE OF COVENTGARDEN THEATRE.

0....., - . . t - **-. , , , ra , / / . " C . 1.,. , .. 1 I. v 1 • 1 , 1 - 1 „1.. .1 qi 4. T, , . ._ , .z...., .... .. . ~ . . -,.., LONDON, FRIDAY EVENING,. DECEMBER 22, 1837, ON THE PRESENT STATE OF COVENTGARDEN THEATRE. [From Mr. Sergeant Talfourd's Preface to the last Edition
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
BROAD_•STREET WARD;

BROAD_•STREET WARD;

The wardmote was held at the New York Tavern, Sweeting's alley,•Royal Exchange, the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, alderman of the ward, presiding. Mr. SUTTON complained that the Common Council of the City of London had lately usurped a very improper Dower in the invitation which th
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
QUEEN-SQUARE.

QUEEN-SQUARE.

ADVANTAGE OF A CHARACTER.—John Farmer, the driver of the hackney cabriolet, 901, was yesterday chdrged with stealing a parcel containing official papers and an umbrella, the property of Mr. Charles 11 ibbert, of Pall•mall East. It appeared that Mr. Hibbert hired the defendant's
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
BOOKS. Published this day, the Third Edition of the Second Volume of COLONEL NAPIER'S HISTO ItY of the WAR in

BOOKS. Published this day, the Third Edition of the Second Volume of COLONEL NAPIER'S HISTO ItY of the WAR in

the PENINSULA. Volumes I. to 111 are sold separately, price 2s each. TO BE COMPLETED IN SIX VOLUMES. T. and W. Boone, 20, New Bond-street. -
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
KIPPIS' HYMNS. Just published, a new editien,corrected and improved, price 58, neatly bound in embossed roan and lettered, of _

KIPPIS' HYMNS. Just published, a new editien,corrected and improved, price 58, neatly bound in embossed roan and lettered, of _

COLLECTION of HYMNS and PSALMS for Public and Private Worship. Selected and Prepared by Andrew Kippis, D.D.F-R.S. and S.A. Abraham Rees, D.D. F.R.S. F.L.S. The Rev. Thomas Jervis, and The Rev, Thomas Morgan, LL.D. London: Longman, Orme. Brown, Green, and Longmans.
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
AS EC U RITY AGAINST FRA U D.- STEVENSON'S ROYAL PATENT SAFETY PAPER. —To prevent an altetation in the writing

AS EC U RITY AGAINST FRA U D.- STEVENSON'S ROYAL PATENT SAFETY PAPER. —To prevent an altetation in the writing

on any Draft, Bill of Exchange, Invoice, Will, or other Document, al Foreign Correspondence. It being now generally known that certain chemical fluids will obliterate Ink from every other descriptior. of paper, whereas, by the use of the "Safety Paper," fraud is prevented, its c
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM CANADA.

IMPORTANT NEWS FROM CANADA.

[From a Second iiion of the Times.] LIVERPOOL, Six O'CLOCK, P.M. The packet-ship Cambridge, which sailed from New York on the 2d instant bias just arrived off the port, and her papers and letters have been brought up by a steam-boat. The contents of the papers received' by this
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England