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THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

SCHOOL FOR OF CLERGYMEN AND OTREus.—This embryo institution is expected to come into full operation about Midsummer next. The council, consisting of eighteen life governors, together with the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, who has accepted the office of patron, have been anxiously en
April 1, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE VITEEICLIT CHRONICLE.

THE VITEEICLIT CHRONICLE.

VITEEICLIT CHRONICLE. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS-Timmy. Their lordships met at five o'clock. Lord COTTENHAM presented a petition from Coventry in favour of the Debtor and Creditor Bill. Mr. GREEN and others, from the Commons, brought up the £8,000,000 Consolidated Fund B
April 1, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Assize Intelligence.

Assize Intelligence.

NORTHERN CIRCUIT-LIVERPOOL. TUESDAY.—KNIGHTS OF THE SITIRE.—The assizes for the southern division of Lancaster commenced on Saturday, before Mr. Baron Parke and Mr. Justice Coltman.—The high sheriff, William Garnett, Esq., of Manchester, arrived on Saturday, at twelve o'clock.—T
April 1, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
UNION HALL.

UNION HALL.

THE DUKE OF NORMANDY.—OH Monday, his grace was brought before Mr. Traill, articles of peace having been exhibited against him at the Surrey Sessions, at the suit of Mr. Thomas Jackson, for threatening his life. On that occasion the duke was ordered to find sureties to keep the p
April 1, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
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April 1, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
'Sanuarg 5.

'Sanuarg 5.

January 5, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
QUEEN SQUARE.

QUEEN SQUARE.

FORTUNE TELLlNG.—Elizabeth Wilson, a middle aged woman, with a sun-burnt countenance, and large staring dark eyes, was placed at the bar, charged with having fraudulently obtained 12s 6d, by pretending to tell fortunes. —Elizabeth Jerden, a well spoken and respectable-looking yo
January 5, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
VPORSIIIP STREET.

VPORSIIIP STREET.

FEMALE LaTaxpiurry.—Mary Parker, a good-looking young married woman, was placed at the bar, charged with haying attempted to commit self-destruction by throwing herself into the Regent's Canal. It appeared from the statement of a respectable middle aged woman, named Mary Ann Goo
January 5, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, LYCEITRL

THEATRE ROYAL, LYCEITRL

UNDER TH& MA.NAGEMENT OF MRS. KEELEY. MO-MORROW (Monday), and during the Week, 1 will be performed, The Chimes; a Goblin Story of some Bells that Rang an Old Year Out and a New Year In. By C. Dickens, Esq , Dramatised by. Mr. Edward Stirling. Principal characters by Messrs. F. V
January 5, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
RUPTURES. —The Patent Lever T ru ss i s th e simplest and most e ff ec tive mechanical contrivance

RUPTURES. —The Patent Lever T ru ss i s th e simplest and most e ff ec tive mechanical contrivance

ever invented for the support and cure of ruptures; it possesses the full resisting power of the STRONGEST STEEL TRUSS, WITHOUT ANY KIND OF SPRING ROUND THE BODY, and by means of the lever, which is attached to a light and elastic pad, the pressure can be regulated to suit every
January 5, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England