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January 9, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
GREENWICH TIME

GREENWICH TIME

So little attention is now paid to the regulation even of public clocks, except in the cities where observatories exist, that an error of ten or fifteen minutes ell the one aide or the other is not uncommon. The introduction, therefore, of uniform time, the mean time of Greenwic
January 9, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
CLERKIJNWELL.

CLERKIJNWELL.

DESPERATE ASSAULTS UPON THE POLICE. On Tuesday Dennis Brien, a powerful looking Irishman, was charged with having committed a cowardly and violent assault upon Mr. Edward Cowell, of the Bricklayers' Arms, Whitecross street, St. Luke's ; and also with having brutally assaulted po
January 2, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
A STRANGE FISH,

A STRANGE FISH,

A fine specimen of the three bearded roolling (mostello vulgaris, Coy.), a scarce and pretty looking fish, was taken on our coast near Cardurnock on Tuesday last. We are indebted for a sight of it to Mr. R. Johnston, of that place, who obligingly sent it to us for examination. I
January 2, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
STEAM DEFENCES OF ENGLAND,

STEAM DEFENCES OF ENGLAND,

SOUTHAMPTON, Dec. 30.—While the subject of national defence is occupying so large a share of the public attention, it may be useful to allude to the number of steam ships comprised in the steam mail fleet of the port of Southampton at the disposal of government in the event of w
January 2, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE RE PORTS. MANSION 1101713 E. SMUGGLING.—On Monday Ferdinand Meyer, a German, nho has been for some time travelling between

POLICE RE PORTS. MANSION 1101713 E. SMUGGLING.—On Monday Ferdinand Meyer, a German, nho has been for some time travelling between

his own and this country as a sort of agent, and who barters pigeons for poodle dogs, was brought before the Lord Mayor, charged by an officer of Customs with having been unlawfully concerned in unshipping certain goods liable to customs, namely, 541 b of tobacco (cigars), contr
January 2, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
A RICH BEGGAR.

A RICH BEGGAR.

Many of our readers residing in Chester, or who frequently visit that ancient city, will no doubt recollect an old woman, apparently paralytic, who was generally to be seen begging in the streets. She was dressed in a ragged blue coat, and wore a man's bat, that had doubtless we
January 2, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
INDIAN REVENGE

INDIAN REVENGE

In the month of February last a chief of the name of Kootlepat visited Mr. Black, the gentleman in charge of Thompsonl River, at his post of Kamloops, when a trivial dispute took place between them. Immediately on his returning to his camp , ata place called the Pavilion, Kootle
January 2, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY

FRIDAY

There has been a very limited quantity of English wheat brought forward for our market this week, and the show of samples of that grain to day was small. Although the attendance of both town and, country buyers was by no means large, all kinds of wheat of home produce commanded
January 2, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE ETERNAL RAPPEL IN THE STREETS OF

THE ETERNAL RAPPEL IN THE STREETS OF

PARIS. " Paris is tranquil"—this is the form which represents the anticipation of turbulence, and the all but continued presence of disorder. The drummers of the National Guard should be expert by this time, for we hear they are constantly beating the Rappel. From dawn till midn
June 3, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England