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    announced his intention of ascending in a balloon " of unprecedented dimensions," fromi White Conduit House, Pentonvilie, upwards of seventy thousand persons assembled on Monday to witness his ascension. In the mnorfilig the balloon was suspended on poles in the Subscribers-only content

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    the ascension of thc ebore aeronauts. Our readers 'are aware of the 6ircunnstances attending the former attempt at White Conduit House, and of the proriiise then made by Air. Graham, that he would ascend on a future dly. Yester- day Subscribers-only content

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    contemptible quackery of the proposal " and ad- vises them to spend their " half-crowns as heretofore, at white Conduit House, in a cup of tea and hot rolls or the more streugthentttg refresh' s ofale and biscoils !' Lastly Subscribers-only content

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    scarce) I can furnish him with it out of mV portfolio. Adecdotes of Bartholomew ({he late land lord of Conduit House tea-gardens) and other martyrs to the lottety, together with extracts from the Parliamentary papers relative I tohe suppression 'of Subscribers-only content

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    Hemming, says the llorn jng Clroeiicle, ascended with Mr Green, instead of the pony, from the Gardens of White Conduit House. The balloon went ocut of sight, in about loalfan hour, in a nouth- easterly direction, [The Times however states Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Papers relating to the National Political Union, (1 of 2)

    the working people to be held on the 7 November in an open space in the front of White Conduit House. To this meeting it was openly proposed that every man should come armed to preserve the peace. The weapon

    Papers relating to the National Union of the Working Classes

    to hold a large meeting in the open air, on Nov. 7th in the space in front of White Conduit House. Lovett and Watson drew up the following declaration of principles, together with the resolutions that were to have been

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    116, 120 Whipple , , 189 White , , 177 Whitechapel , 87 White Conduit Fields , 155 White Conduit House , 51-6, 59, 144, 145 Whitecross Street , 120 Whitehall , 8 Whitesides , R. B., 213 Whitford ,

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