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-- ALLEGED INFANTICIDE.--On Thursday, Mr. Payne held an inquest at the Woolpack, Hart street, Cripplegate, on the of a male

-- ALLEGED INFANTICIDE.--On Thursday, Mr. Payne held an inquest at the Woolpack, Hart street, Cripplegate, on the of a male

child, the offspring of Elizabeth Keene, of Na. 29, Monkwell-street. From a statement made by the coroner, it appeared that the inquest was held in consequence of the reception by the parish authorities of an anonymous letter to the effect that the child had not died a natural d
March 25, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
REVIEWS OF THE WORK.

REVIEWS OF THE WORK.

"This is a work which is free from scientific technicality; it subject, one of neglected yet all-engrossing interest, and written,. not by a mere pretender to physic, but by a well educated,. sensible, aud clever member of the medical profession. We• cordially recommend the auth
March 25, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
GILLOTT , S PENS. BY COMMAND, STEEL PEN MANUFACTURER IN ORDINARY TO HER MAJESTY, JOSEPH GILLOTT'S very. superior PATENT and

GILLOTT , S PENS. BY COMMAND, STEEL PEN MANUFACTURER IN ORDINARY TO HER MAJESTY, JOSEPH GILLOTT'S very. superior PATENT and

other Metallic Pens, may be had ot all Stationers, Book sellers, and other dealers in Pens throughout the United Kingdom. The great superiority of these Pens, and the public's approba. don, is attested by the continually increasing demand for them, and their entire adoption at t
March 25, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET.—MONDAY. The supply of beasts, although not so la rge, th ere was 11° i l r t i

SMITHFIELD MARKET.—MONDAY. The supply of beasts, although not so la rge, th ere was 11° i l r t i

provement n the trade, there not being buyers for all the beasts. c - , 2d per stone reduction from Friday's prices; but few of ell °l ,. quality made 3s 10d. Sheep sold slowly, some Dnwns of first (lu t , lay, with difficulty made 4s. The number of calves at market / 1 small, t
March 25, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
July 2. he probable consequences of the be more discreditable to us than the ? Anything more certain than its

July 2. he probable consequences of the be more discreditable to us than the ? Anything more certain than its

;land proves that open voting is but °moralisation, and open tyranny. — institutions into the best iAstrument racy ;—transfers power in the Conne Acre ;—and makes the Town Voter. Lim,who bids most for his unholy seraggregate of dishonesty, and merceis necessarily, and inevitably
July 2, 1842 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

o• TATTERSALL'S—MONDAY. The betting to-day was not heavy; on the contrary, the amount laid out in the course of the afternoon was small in the aggregate compared with former years, but it ranged over all the events now on the lapis, and promises to mend. Several changes were mad
July 2, 1842 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 2, 1842 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Bourne, Birmingham, woollen draper—M. Hildick, alsall, Staffordshire, miller—M. and M. S. Schlesinger, Basinghall-street, merehruts—Mackay, Brothers, Liverpool, merchants—Settle and Bentley, Leeds,

Bourne, Birmingham, woollen draper—M. Hildick, alsall, Staffordshire, miller—M. and M. S. Schlesinger, Basinghall-street, merehruts—Mackay, Brothers, Liverpool, merchants—Settle and Bentley, Leeds,

flax spinners—H. Knight, Reading, Berkshire, common brewer—King and Co , Old-street-road, coach builders— Boggs, Taylor and Co., Great Winchestar street, merchants---W. Cooper, Lower Shadwell, common brewer—G. Bishop, St. Mary. axe, merchant—T. F. Cozens, Canterbury, builder. PA
July 2, 1842 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

The Cologne Gazette states that, according to the last news from Servia, Austria and Russia had agreed to sanction the decision taken by the Porte relative to the late revolution in that province, but that France still hesitated. A strong opposition was expected on the part of G
November 12, 1842 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England