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THE LATE WILLIAM COBBETT, M.P., in his " REGISTER," for June, 1832, described the sufferings he had endured for twenty-two

THE LATE WILLIAM COBBETT, M.P., in his " REGISTER," for June, 1832, described the sufferings he had endured for twenty-two

years from the use of im perfect TRUSSES, and having there testified the value of Mr. COLES'S improvement, has been instrumental in inducing many thousands of persons to apply to him for relief. Therebas been no improvement since the patent was granted. He has had no Agent for t
March 5, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
REMOVED TO 37, BEDFORD SQUARE

REMOVED TO 37, BEDFORD SQUARE

DR. LAIiERT ON THE SECRET INFIRMITIES OF YOUTH AND MATURITY, WITH FORTY COLOURED ENGRAVINGS ON STEEL. lust pablished, and may be hail in French or English, in a sealed envelope, 2s 6d, or post free from the Author for forty two stamps, QELF-PRESERVATION ; a Medical Treatise on t
March 5, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
previously made. Especially employ your personal influence that your example may be followed by all. It is thus, it is

previously made. Especially employ your personal influence that your example may be followed by all. It is thus, it is

by these means, that we shall draw closer the union between all citizens. And, let us not forget it, the union of citizens is the peace of the country ; there, today is the first element of labour, 'the first element of public security and prosperty.—Accept, &c. (Signed) OMER, P
March 5, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
obnoxious law. With us'it is - bappily the reverse. But we owe the facility of constitutional change in very great

obnoxious law. With us'it is - bappily the reverse. But we owe the facility of constitutional change in very great

measure to the premonitory examples set us on the Continent. It may be almost affirmed that the two first French Revolutions were more serviceable to the liberties of Great Britain than to those of France herself. If the present Revolution should go over in peace, it will undoub
March 5, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Central Criminal Court.

Central Criminal Court.

MONDAY.—The sittings of this court were resumed to-day before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, the Recorder Aldermen Challis, Gibbs, Moon. and the Sheriffs, Sce. The calendar contains the names of 227 prisoners for trial at the present sessions. The Recorder briefly charged the gr
March 5, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
more steady appearance, although the signs of a complete, and to some extent, it may be expected, a lasting want

more steady appearance, although the signs of a complete, and to some extent, it may be expected, a lasting want

of confidence in the future, are strongly observable. The first quotation of Consols for money exhibited the general uncertainty that prevailed, since it was not less wide than 816 to 83. The first transaction took place at 53. After this they were almost instantly done at 811 a
March 5, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
it is my conviction that the masses fought for their politi, cal faith from patriotic motives. Their courage during the

it is my conviction that the masses fought for their politi, cal faith from patriotic motives. Their courage during the

combats was quite astonishing; no troops in the world ever surpassed them during the storm of the Palais Royal, which took some time. On their debouching from the Rue St. Honore they were received by a storm of grape and well-directed fire from the troops, who commanded them fro
March 5, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
SICILY.

SICILY.

Letters from Messina of the 22nd ult., and from Palermo of the 23rd ult., state that a body of Sicilian troops had surrounded the town of Messina. A battle had taken place in the neighbourhood of that city between the Neapolitans and the Sicilians, in which both parties suffered
October 14, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

which it is your duty to ask and our duty to afford you in the investigation of this moat momentous case. That it will receive from you a calm, dispassionate, and conscientious consideration, which its importance demands, your conduct since you were smpannelled in that box affor
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October 14, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England