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PR.IEND SOCIETY.

PR.IEND SOCIETY.

T RE ANIMALS' FRIEND SOCIETY in hav:ng by its extraordinary exertions prevented to much bull-baiting, cock fighting, and other barbarous sports, as well as street cruelties, has nearly exhausted its means, and is obliged again to appeal to a lteral rutlic for pecuniary aid, with
April 29, 1838 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
CORUESVONDENCM, d‘o.

CORUESVONDENCM, d‘o.

LEGAL. The 3u.rist.—COTJAT OF COMMON PLEAS, EASTER TERM. WEBB V. SMITH. Debt for penalties under slat. 2 Geo. c. 24, S. 7. A: the trial before liosanquet, J., at 7'aunton, a verdict was taken far one penalty £5OO, upon one of the counts of the declaration, which alleged that tid
April 29, 1838 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Rattst

Rattst

SUNDAY MORNING. The Paris journals of Thursday contain little news of interest besides the act of accusation against llubert, the would-be regicide, who, it seems, is a young Alsacian tanner. With him are indicted M. Leproux, a supplementary judge of the tribunal of Vervins, age
April 29, 1838 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
NOW STREET.

NOW STREET.

A juvenile thief, named Joh,: Eddington, was charged by Jam-a Maisie, a shopmun to the prosecutor, with the following impudent robery :—lt appta , e,l that the prisoner walked int, the shop of Mr. John SpotLer, chsesemonger, 5, Pickett-street, Strang, after selecting a Stilton c
April 29, 1838 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Xinporta.ut to the Afflicted. Inveterav: Ulcers, Old - Wounds, sores, Burn', Scalds, MARSHALL'S UNIVERSAL CER aTE —will be found mos

Xinporta.ut to the Afflicted. Inveterav: Ulcers, Old - Wounds, sores, Burn', Scalds, MARSHALL'S UNIVERSAL CER aTE —will be found mos

, . efficacious in every kini of SJre, Burn, Bruise, Eruption, Ulcers of every denumbsation, especially Sore and Ulcerated Legs (even of so )ears' standini;), which have been healed in so rapid a manner, that anew method of cure has been established by this useful preparation. I
April 29, 1838 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MOSS OF TEETH SUPPLIED, - Without Springs, Clasps, or Wires; Loose Teeth fastened; and filling decayed Teeth with Mineral Marmoratum.

MOSS OF TEETH SUPPLIED, - Without Springs, Clasps, or Wires; Loose Teeth fastened; and filling decayed Teeth with Mineral Marmoratum.

MONSIEUR LE DRAY and CO., Surgeon-Dentists, No. 60, Newman-street, Oxford-street, continue to restore decayed Teeth with their celebrated Mineral Marmoratum, applied without pain, heat, or pressure, which in a few seconds hardens into enamel, preventing and curing the toothache,
April 29, 1838 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
COVENT GARDEN.—SATURDAY. April 25. The supply of Vegetables has improved notwithstanding the severe weather. Spinach is in large supply, Rhubarb

COVENT GARDEN.—SATURDAY. April 25. The supply of Vegetables has improved notwithstanding the severe weather. Spinach is in large supply, Rhubarb

plentiful, and Asparagus moderate. The prices paid for Green Peas are high, and the few forced. Strawberries at market average very high prices—they are prinepally Keynes Seedlings:— id s d s d Potatoes, per lb - - oato 0 1 Sprevr Grass, per - 20 to 46 Rhubarb, a bundle -06 to 1
April 29, 1838 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
.A. Column fca the i;'arlouts.

.A. Column fca the i;'arlouts.

Column fca the i;'arlouts. USE OP EVERGREENS AND MISLETOE AT CHRISTMAS. "Christmas, the joyous period of the year Now bright with Holly all the temples strew, With Laurel green, and sa?red Misktos." The custom of decking our habitations with evergreens, has existed from the very
November 19, 1837 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
VTLIT MELO 0 HOUSE.

VTLIT MELO 0 HOUSE.

0 HOUSE. J ONES arid* CFIATFI oLD, 2 and 3, City-road, opposite the Vinegar. yard, will cZor on 14.9nday next, aa entire new stock of French, Briti:3l3, and printed mennoes, rnousaelines de laine, challis, shawls, They will also produce several new styles in fashionable cleaks.—N
November 19, 1837 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
01717aDEAMI.

01717aDEAMI.

-- Mr. George. Stringer, tho yaong,-,r, who htely k pt a eteals troaL,.cnory warehouse at c;)riscr of Nassau-street, he, was charged with defraudiLg Messrs. Otiky, a Shen.elA, Britannia 7r - t , 2tal-nifannfactorers, of some tea-pots wad other articles, value ;ad Chrittopher Rer
November 19, 1837 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England