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THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

FINDEN'S ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF BYRON'S TALES AND POEMS.—We have received the second part of this finely printed and beautifully illustrated work. The designs by Warren are exquisitely engraved. Mr. Burns has published in a cheap, yet elegant form, some of his choicest specimens
July 8, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 8, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
IRISH SEDITION ON THE WANE.

IRISH SEDITION ON THE WANE.

Within the last day or two a change has operated in the frantic staple of Irish sedition. Its tone is lowered by the firmness of the Government, and its prompt measures to vindicate the Law. On Monday last a warrant was issued to arrest Mr. Martin," The Felon," par excellence. A
July 8, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

Accounts from Konigsberg mention that the Russian authorities on the frontier have orders to conduct themselves in a peaceable and friendly manner towards those of Prussia. The Emperor had refused a loan to Denmark, and the Russian Admiral, the Grand Duke Constantine, had been o
July 8, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

DUBLIN, July 5. GOVERNMENT PROSECUTIONS.— The would-be martyr (Mr. John Martin) centinues to elude - the vigilance of the police, and the return to the Commissioners at post hour this evening was " Non est inventus." His friends say that he will remain incognito until within a d
July 8, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. MANSION HOUSE.

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. MANSION HOUSE.

ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A WIFE —On Saturday Thomas Martin, a desperate looking fellow, was brought before the Lord Mayor, charged with having attempted to murder his wife, Mary Martin.--The prosecutrix, a good looking woman, was brought into court supported by two police• constables
July 8, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
TIZZ WEEKLY CHRONICLE GIIILDUALL.

TIZZ WEEKLY CHRONICLE GIIILDUALL.

LIABILITY OF MASTERS TO SUPPORT THEIR APPRENTICES WHEN ILL.—Mr. Elcoate, of the firm of Chapman, Elcoate, and Co., printers, in Shoe lane, was summoned before Sir William Magnay to know why he refused to continue a payment of 108 per week to his apprentice, who, from illness, ha
January 29, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
WE 13 TIVIIN i:STE 8,.

WE 13 TIVIIN i:STE 8,.

ROBBERY AT ST. MARGARET'S CHURCII.—George Booth was charged with stripping a great quantity of lead from the roof of St. Margaret's Church, Westminster.—About a week ago it was discovered that the lead had been stripped off a portion of the roof over the vestry room of St. 'Marg
January 29, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
great, but they soon increased most considerably. Among' them are eminent individuals of all classes of society, and a great

great, but they soon increased most considerably. Among' them are eminent individuals of all classes of society, and a great

many members of the four orders of the General Diet at present assembled. The society has nominated a committee charged to propose the legal and pacific measures which can be employed to attain its object.
March 25, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
D&AEYLEBONE.

D&AEYLEBONE.

Ann Dellar, a decently-dressed woman, was placed at the bar, charged with shoplifting.—lt appeared from the evidence that the prisoner went into the shop of Mr. Page, Adam row, Hampstead road, and requested to be fitted with some boots. She tried on several pairs, and then left
March 25, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England