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TO T , II E oft" troin chamber will' bur; ;n enPs€ 31I1le persons to 't t'ritig 01 the 800, catch .case. 4f lc INTREPID JURYMAN. count , of Edirl" •y, drawn up 1 1 , Andrew's, on" tion,, was fail to pro v , e ,e born the town is th e or Holy wounded oi l ' ike, a t th e fool ther
August 30, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BOW-STREET ESTABLISEMENT.

BOW-STREET ESTABLISEMENT.

It appears from the `Med Report from the Committee, that the Establishment at. Bow-street consists of three Magistrates, the chief of whom is Sir N. - Conant with a salary of 1001. per annum:; the two others having. 600:. each. One Chief Clerk at 2".41. with '6Ol. as 'Editor of
August 30, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PA.SII 10 NAB LE INTELLIGENCE.

PA.SII 10 NAB LE INTELLIGENCE.

The Duke and Michess of Arnie and family left town a few since, for the Continent* Countess of Warwick, we VT concerned to state, has much indisposed for time past, tit her seat N's'arwick u tstle. h L ard and Lady Grantham and , family are arrived at their q!ite in James's.sqna
August 30, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PARISIAN MANNERS.

PARISIAN MANNERS.

PARIS, 18. 'MORNING AND ETENING. There reigns at this moment, in the capital France, actual confusion in all society, occasion% by false appearances. Formerly costume establish e a line of demarcation between men of different pil l ' fessiorrs . One might know the artist, the ba
August 30, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
impeleney nors deduce' E.Sravillg fr( 10 t° • ; r, that ta ig , i r diguities and a record

impeleney nors deduce' E.Sravillg fr( 10 t° • ; r, that ta ig , i r diguities and a record

and of all ALISTS. Eighty S for the ia;t 1* as private Ind BIT 1 1.1)• of lianfs, ,ighly sry exteniive Id to insure 0 erably ely of iroprowe' iocrease )e 'more 02" Particular ; sarveyor don. lug 22 h good Re" be atiached ar's apply t" an tou-streth e calatuitol certain re commen
September 20, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
,foretgiviittetitgence.

,foretgiviittetitgence.

ASSASSINATION of 21Ir. COCKERELL, at BRUSSELS Not Sir Charles Cockere , ll as erroneously reported.) Bnussnr.s-, September B.—Thia morning- a terrible assassination was committed between nine and ten o'clock in this city. A person armed with a pistol which had a bayonet, got int
September 20, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ST. SWITHIN'S DAY. (FIFTEENTH OF JULY.)

ST. SWITHIN'S DAY. (FIFTEENTH OF JULY.)

Swithin, in the Saxon Sreithum, received his dell, cal tonsure, and put on the monastic habit, in the old monastery at Winchester. He was of noble parentage, and passed his youth in the study of grammar, philosophy, and the Scriptures. Swithin was promoted to holy orders by Helm
July 20, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
!mon, she near arrived hapelle, (0 ter his p, beat t he the sweep . srsi day of. !arling, er

!mon, she near arrived hapelle, (0 ter his p, beat t he the sweep . srsi day of. !arling, er

is made e of VVighl ;ht a stall,' in far venty-eighl, minutes 0 ase. le -- beticcei t tific bakero sday Bight' Le place 011 e 1 by Za I I Co. Leadee e Author of icient Da,i'' e,Bth edit er, by Wl' lit. in Radcliff., ; e certain ....ate re corilif.- - tf distressit t g ref pectfo
September 13, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DO YOU WISH TO BE HAPPY?

DO YOU WISH TO BE HAPPY?

A German author has composed a Poem in answer to the above question, and has minutely fixed the periods assigned, in the following manner : . _ _ _ 1. For a moment ?—Answer. If you are thirsty, drink a draught of cool liquor. 2. For a few minutes ?--Atisiver. Eat a hearty lunche
January 11, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LATEST PASHIONAI3LE INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST PASHIONAI3LE INTELLIGENCE.

BR:GHTON.—Tuesday last was the - unnivergary of the birth of the ever-to-be-lamented Princess CHARLOTTE. It was a day of general melancholy. The windows of the Pavilion were closed, nor were any visitors admitted. The Prince REGENT was retired the whole day. In the metropolis, a
January 11, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England