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WESTMINSTER SESSIONS. DECEMBER 30.

WESTMINSTER SESSIONS. DECEMBER 30.

IMPORTANT TO BUILDERS.—Mr. Blackwall, abuilder, appealed against a conviction of the Magistrates of Queenegos!' Office, under the Building Act, upon an information of Mr. Vauxhall, the district surveyor of Chelsea, for having built the parti-walls of two housts, situate at Chels
January 1, 1832 - Weekly Times (London) - London, London, England
 
„ VALUABLE MEDICINES, 3 UT. for the present Period.) uARDIAC TINCTURE or TURKEY and recommended in the winter season to

„ VALUABLE MEDICINES, 3 UT. for the present Period.) uARDIAC TINCTURE or TURKEY and recommended in the winter season to

all a1 3 .--A warm and pleasant laxative, adapted to t 9 , . preference to saline aperients; It is also a most ” Per . 0 14 ;` , 7a le medicine for those complaints of the bowels so prevalent Ga ng t . l , lle _suntmer and autumn. In bottles at '2B 9d 4s 6d. rytiectuins of f JUR
January 1, 1832 - Weekly Times (London) - London, London, England
 
REFORM.

REFORM.

Lord J. RUSSELL said that, previous to moving the Order of the Day upon the Reform Bill, be begged to explain a few alterations that his Majesty's Government felt it necessary to make in that measure, before the Report was brought up. He stated that, with reference to the de•cri
September 18, 1831 - Weekly Times (London) - London, London, England
 
LIBEL.

LIBEL.

We take the following statement from the work of an able lawyer, about to be published under the title of An Account of the Rise and Progrtas of Informations in the Court King's Bench; they will serve-as a hint to the Editors and Proprietors of certain infamous Sunday Prints. "
September 18, 1831 - Weekly Times (London) - London, London, England
 
"TILE SPORTING MAGAziNE."—Pittman.

"TILE SPORTING MAGAziNE."—Pittman.

Brevity in our notice of this periodical for the present month, will rather be a recommendation than otherwise. The sports out of doors leave those most interested in its contents but a very brief space of time to devote to reading. We cannot, however, refrain from recording our
September 18, 1831 - Weekly Times (London) - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Lord INGESTRIE moved that a new writ be issued for Dorsetshire, in the room of the Right Hon. J. Calcraft, deceased. Lord G. LENNOX presented a Petition ft otn a female, praying that greater protection may be given by the law to thrashing machines. Mr. HUNT thought that if thras
September 18, 1831 - Weekly Times (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEW VOLCANIC ISLAND.

THE NEW VOLCANIC ISLAND.

By the Messenger steam-packet we have received a Malt,. mail, with dates of the 25th of August. The ?Walla Gazette of the latter date, contains a most interesting account the new volcano, called Graham's Island, written by Mr Osborne, surgeon of his Majesty's ship Ganges, who wi
September 18, 1831 - Weekly Times (London) - London, London, England
 
LAMBETH-STREET—,(YEsTEADAY.)

LAMBETH-STREET—,(YEsTEADAY.)

_ Peter Giles. an ordinary little fellow, dressed in the garb of a sailor, was brought before Mr. Walker for final examination, on the revolting charge of incest and robbery. Joseph Blanchard, a decent-looking middle-aged man, stated that he was carpenter of an East Indianian :
September 18, 1831 - Weekly Times (London) - London, London, England
 
not with his concurrence ever receive sixpence of its funds. Shelswell, the officer, who has been for some time engaged

not with his concurrence ever receive sixpence of its funds. Shelswell, the officer, who has been for some time engaged

about an extensive burglary and robbery, which had been committed at the Torrington Arms publichouse. Mill Wall, Poplar, mentioned to Mr. Walker that on that morning Air. Blindell, the landlord, had received a twopenny-post letter, in which was enclosed a receipt for 12001. on t
September 18, 1831 - Weekly Times (London) - London, London, England
 
THAMES POLICE-7(YEsT!R DA v).

THAMES POLICE-7(YEsT!R DA v).

THAMES POLICE- 7 (YEsT!R DA v). Ann Ross was charged with a violent assault upon Air. W. Needham, of the Ship and Shears, High-street, Shadwell. The defendant, with some friends, had been drinking at the complainant's house, when a dispute arose about the reckoning, which they sa
September 18, 1831 - Weekly Times (London) - London, London, England