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Reform in England For the last two months the Englishman has been watching the different nations of Europe much as

Reform in England For the last two months the Englishman has been watching the different nations of Europe much as

he would the favourites on a Derby Day, or the different eight oars at a regatta. The whole Continent has presented to his eyes nothing less than a racecourse, in which the nations were the runners, and the goal Liberty. In every direction he has seen Kings and Ministers, follow
April 22, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WEE2LY CHRONICLE.

THE WEE2LY CHRONICLE.

the prisoner was immediately taken into custody.—Dr. Laycock deposed, that be bad made a careful examination of the wounds, and found that the sharp instrument used iu causing them had been drawn three times across the moat dangerous part of the throat of the unfortunate suffere
April 22, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PUBLIC PRESS.

THE PUBLIC PRESS.

Mr. Stevenson brought forward a motion, denouncing the press of the country as the enemies of the working classes of the country, more especially the Morning Chronicle, the proprietors of which belonged to a class who had received great assistance from the working classes. The C
April 22, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
COMPLETION OF DOMBEY AND SON

COMPLETION OF DOMBEY AND SON

Now ready, in one thick Volume Bvo, with Forty Illustrations on Steel by HABLOT K. BROWNE, price 21s in cloth, or 24s 6d half bound in morocco, marble edges, DEALINGS WITH THE FIRM of DOMBEY AND SON, WHOLESALE, RETAIL, AND FOR EXPORTATION. By CHARLES DICKENS. London: BRADBURY an
April 22, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

CITY INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY EVENING.—The English funds opened this morning at a slight advance upon Saturday's prices, but prevalent forebodings of further disturbances in Paris caused a subsequent decline of a half per cent. The first quotation, both for money and for the account
April 22, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON. f")) DEGREES 30 MINUTES, NORTH LATITUDE. Day of Weekl THE 3GW THE MOON HIGH WATER and Date . Rises

LONDON. f")) DEGREES 30 MINUTES, NORTH LATITUDE. Day of Weekl THE 3GW THE MOON HIGH WATER and Date . Rises

I Sets Rises i Sets Morn. Aft. Sunday _lo' 629 624 468 152 11 38 Monday ..11 630 ! 622 531 3 1 0 6 032 Tuesday —l2 , 532 819 6 2 415 055 I I 1 17 Nednesdayl3 533 617 631 532 138 1 159 Thursday 14 535 1 615 7 1 650 217 i 288 Friday...J.s 537 613 732 810 258 317 Saturday —l6 538 6
September 10, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

of the finest a aterproof leather. The royal entrance to the cabins is near the tiller, and lighted on all sides upon deck with plate glass windows, and contains a table, with cushioned seats, for resting upon, and well adapted for shelter in unfavourable weather. The principal
September 10, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
IREAL PARLIAIVIENT. HOUSE OP LORDS-MONDAY. -n the morning the Royal assent was given by commission to a great number of

IREAL PARLIAIVIENT. HOUSE OP LORDS-MONDAY. -n the morning the Royal assent was given by commission to a great number of

bills, and the London Commissioners of Sewers Bill was read a third time and passed. In the evening sitting the Exchequer bills Bill was read a third time on the motion of Lord LANSDOWNE. Their Lordships then adjourned. HOUSE Or corazioNs—MONDAY. The House met at one o'clock. Mr
September 10, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
RACING SWEEPS.

RACING SWEEPS.

An ingenious method has already been adopted and put into practice by publicans holding " racing sweeps' in their houses , for defeating the intentions of the law officers of the Crown to. proceed against such newspapers as inserted advertieements of their lotteries. They know t
September 10, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
TOURISTS will find CHEFFINS's RAILWAY MAP of great service especially in cross country districts where posting is necessary, as it

TOURISTS will find CHEFFINS's RAILWAY MAP of great service especially in cross country districts where posting is necessary, as it

shows the distance in figures between each town, by the turnpike road. Price on cloth, in case 2s 6d ; a large edition, 16s. London and Environs, 2s sheet, or 3s 6d on cloth in case. Published by C. F. CHEFFINS, 11, Southampton buildings, Holborn ; Simpkin and Co., and Orr and C
September 10, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England