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POLICE.-(THIS DA Y.)

POLICE.-(THIS DA Y.)

QUEEN .SQUARE. DARING ROBBERY.—Two young men, who gave their names William Littleicood and William Wring, were charged by Langley and Vickers, of the L with stealing about twenty yards of drugget front the warehouse of Mr. Levy, New Cut, Lambeth. It appeared that the two prisone
January 14, 1836 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
A CHORUS FROM EURIPIDES.

A CHORUS FROM EURIPIDES.

Alas! how can I choose but weep, How can I choose but sigh ! Since the tree on the Ida 's steep, Bow'd its crested head from high, And Paris on the ocean bright To the couch of Helen came, Song of many lyres! the night Hatia darken'd round thy uaine. For our folly, Grief and Woe
January 14, 1836 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
nALM'S WELLINGTON SAUCE B' S is excellent with all cold meat, poultry, game, fish, The peculiar richness and flavour of

nALM'S WELLINGTON SAUCE B' S is excellent with all cold meat, poultry, game, fish, The peculiar richness and flavour of

this valuable sauce have procured for it the highest encomiums from lents and others, and render it the most useful sauce that can be kept in families, as it improves the taste of every dish in Which it is used, its composition being wholly of foreign produce. The Wellington Sau
January 14, 1836 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
HAMBURGH, Bth January. lIEINE BROTHERS, Contractors, beg to state that it will now be too late for receiving TICKETS I

HAMBURGH, Bth January. lIEINE BROTHERS, Contractors, beg to state that it will now be too late for receiving TICKETS I

3 EFORE THE THREE FIRST DAYS OF DRAWING of the S IXTY-SEVENTH HAMBURGH GREAT LOTTERY; BUT TICKETS WARRANTED UNDRAWN WILL SELL Between the Third and Fourth Days AT TEN POUNDS. e THE LARGEST C XPITAL PRIZES ANNOT BE DRAWN BEFORE THE FOURTH DAY, As per Scheme. p l n FEBRUARY, on ap
January 14, 1836 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
THE HADDENHA3I POOR AGAIN.

THE HADDENHA3I POOR AGAIN.

The following is extracted from Saturday's Bucks Gazette. The case of the Haddenham poor is by no means new to the magistrates, as may be remembered, and as may be seen on reference to the reports and remarks in the Times of March 13, and Dec. 3, 1832. AYLESBURY PETTY SESSIONS,
April 22, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
FINE A IiTS.

FINE A IiTS.

3C , tiLPTURE.—MR. MELLING'S EXHIBITION OF GROUPS PROM .SHAKSPEARE, &c. We were admitted to private view of the above on Saturday, and are happy to have it in our power to state that we were very much pleased with the entire exhibition. We quote from a clever and well written oa
April 22, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
LONDON SESSIONS.--(THIS DAY.)

LONDON SESSIONS.--(THIS DAY.)

These Sessions commenced before the Lord Mayor and Recorder. The calendar, we are sorry to. say, is very heavy. Margaret Shadrack, an import from "the first flower of the land, and first gem of the sea," was charged with violently assaulting Margaret Lightfoot, a native likewise
February 13, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
FLU ENCE.

FLU ENCE.

The Whig Cabinet, in fact, would appear to fear the True Sun as much as the Times does. We beg, however, to assure the worthy patrons of useful knowledge, that the True Sun is somewhat more fitmly rooted than the Whig Ministry. We can, in all honesty, assure them—and we take thi
April 23, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENT AT THE CITY THEATRE.

ACCIDENT AT THE CITY THEATRE.

A young man in a state of intoxication went to the gallery of the City Theatre last night, and on the doors being opened for, admission the rush became so great, that in a very short time ,the house was filled. The poor fellow, in his hurry to obtain the first seat in the galler
March 5, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
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- ~-„ dr' No. 357. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, APRIL 23. Their lordships met at five o'clock. Earl RADNOR presented several petitions from 0 tfordshire, praying for the repeal of the assessed taxes. The Earl of WICKLOW presented a Petition from the county of Antrim again
April 24, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England