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FENDERS. STOVES, and FIRE IRONS.— The largest assortment of Stoves, Kitchen Ranges, and Fenders, as well as General Ironmongery, in

FENDERS. STOVES, and FIRE IRONS.— The largest assortment of Stoves, Kitchen Ranges, and Fenders, as well as General Ironmongery, in

the world, is now on sale at WILLIAM S. BURTON'S (late RIPPON and BURTON'S) extensive warehouses. Bright steel fenders, to 41 feet, from 30s each ; ditto ditto, with ormolu ornaments, from 60s ; rich bronzed scroll ditto, with steel bar,los 6d ; iron fenders, 3 feet, 4s 6d ; 4 f
April 16, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTH SALE. C US T OM H 0 U S E, LONDON, APRIL, 1848. For SALE, by Order of the Honourable the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Customs, at the COMMERCIAL SALE ROOMS, MINCING LANE, on WEDNESDAY 26th, THURSDAY 27th, and FRIDAY 28th APRIL, and on MONDAY Ist, TUESDAY
April 16, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PARIS JOURNALS ON THE CHARTIST DEMON. STRATION.

THE PARIS JOURNALS ON THE CHARTIST DEMON. STRATION.

Out Conservative contemporary, the grave Journal des Debats, devotes its leading article of Monday to the details of our Chartist movement, simply adding the following few lines of commentary:—ln all the journals and letters there generally prevails a tone of security and confid
April 16, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

The National of Monday says :—" We have just received a letter from our own correspondent at Madrid, stating that at a privy council Queen Christina and Narvaez have resolved to hold out the hand of reconciliation to the Carlists. The basis of this alliance is said to be a disso
April 16, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
HOUSE or LORDS-TUESDAY.

HOUSE or LORDS-TUESDAY.

REVIVAL OF THE ALIEN ACT.—The Duke of BEAU. FORT called the attention of the President of the Council to the great number of foreigners of bad character now in the metropolis, many of whom were doubtless playing, or ready to play, the part of seditious propagandists. He wished t
April 16, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Analysis of the Character of Lamartine. To men who are in danger of making shipwreck, it may be matter of

Analysis of the Character of Lamartine. To men who are in danger of making shipwreck, it may be matter of

interest to gauge the plank which interposes betwixt them and perdition. Our friends in Paris, we can well conceive, feel an interest of this sort in M. de Lamartine, who is, or seems to be, their ark of safety. On him, as far as we can judge, depends, in the civil tempest, thei
April 16, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY DISCLOSURES,

EXTRAORDINARY DISCLOSURES,

On Saturday, a man named Kirwan, who described him self as a writing clerk and a servant out of place, was apprehended on a charge of having employed a hlack.mith, of the name of Hyland, to manufacture six pike bases for hi m , and immediately brought before Mr. O'Callaghan, at
April 8, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
UNITED STATES AND MEXI( 0

UNITED STATES AND MEXI( 0

LIVERPOOL, Thursday M orning.—TheTeTier.and papers the New York packet ship Fidelia, Captain Yeeton, were wed at a late hour last night, from which we learn hat she sailed on the 16th ultimo, one day later thsn the .John R. Sxiddv. which reached this port on Monday afternoon. Ai
April 8, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
NEWPORT PAGNEL STEEPLE CHASES.

NEWPORT PAGNEL STEEPLE CHASES.

TSVRSDAY.-Handicap Sweepstakes of 10 60 . 8 each, with 100 athh-t ; the vecood saves his stake. Mr. Clifton's M ',hornet, 104 t Mr. E more'9 GazelYr. 10, 8 b Mr. Elreorc's British Yeoman. 11s• 8 b The Switct•er, Suindard Guard, Edward the First, and several others also ran. Swee
April 8, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
33 017THWARR.

33 017THWARR.

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE OF A NURBE.—Saturday Mary Ann Pinckney, a respectable looking young female, who stated that she was a nurse in Charing Cross Hospital. was placed at the her, before Mr. Seeker, charged with making a very determined at co3pt to destroy herself.—A policeman of to
April 8, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England