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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. |T'he Marquiq ofStafflrdhasswith his accustomed liberality, forwarded a further donation of 501. to the " Artists' General Benevolent Institi- tion." JUSTICE BEST.-When that quondam reformer began to play " All for the Beet" and So to court, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. PRIHOGE5NtTURE.-If we examine the Continent, we shall find the best agriculture in those districts where tthe land has always been partible. Everyone knows that Lombardy is cultivated like a garden, where this law has prevailed fromn time Subscribers-only content

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    OLD BAILBY. The Sessions commenced here on Thursday, with the usual fbrmalities.- The new arrangements made in the formation of the Old Court appeared to excite very general disapprobation. Attorneys, counsel, and every person en- gaged in the Court, Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. The Poetical Works of Robert Southey, collected by Himself. Vol. IL Longman, Orme, and Co. We do not think that an equal-sized volume of verse could be selected from the entire range of English literature, containing Subscribers-only content

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    PERSONAL NEWS. H1aI MAJESTY's DILAWING-ROOM AND Lz"vEs.-Her Majesty will hold a Drawing-room at St James's Palace, on the 21st of June, at two o'clock.-And her Majesty will hold Levees at St Jaineq's Palace, on the . following days, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POSTSCRIPT. LONDON, Saturday Morning, May 14,1842. As we conjectured, Mr T. Duncombe's motion for a declaratory test has met with neither favour nor indul- gence; it has, indeed, been generally scouted. Mr Roebuck objected to it as follows:- ', Subscribers-only content

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    POSTSCRI PT. LONDON, Saturday Morning, June 11, 1842. The Court will remain at Windsor until Mondav next. The Queen will hold a Privy Council at three o'clock on Monday afternoon, at Buckingham Palace. On Thursday the Queen will hold Subscribers-only content

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    0 F FE N CES.* A b ._. . . . .. A BATTUZ OF B<RIGANDS. -A letter firoin Sartiene ((Corsica) -as a:-' Tile demand made by tIe French Go- VirnMent on tbat o. SardiWa to execlIte rigoroasly the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CARD-CHEATING CASE AT BRIGHTON. In the Central Criminal Court, on Tuesday, Mr Richard Sill, an attorney, was tried for obtaining money under false pretences from Henry Broome, the brother of the notorious " Johnny" Broome. Mr Parry, who Subscribers-only content

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    Uatcot Intelliffellre. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1853. The French papers of yesterday are chiefly occupied in discussing the article in the 'M oniteur ' elsewhere quoted. Some regard it as pacific, others as firm without being war- like, and Subscribers-only content

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    Now ready, in 2 'IOlU MR LEIGH AUT' EW WORk, 'T1HEOLD CooURTSUBflRB.' &ISO justready, in 3 volO MY TRAVELS; ori An Unsen- timental Journey t6rough France, Switzerland, and Italy. By Capt. CHAXImER. Murst and Blasckst, Publiohere, Successors to floery Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Contributions to the Natural History of Labuan, and the Adjacent Coasts of Borneo. By James Motley, of Labuan, and Lewis Llewellyn Dillwyn, F.L.S., &c. Van Voorst. Under the unassuming name of " contributions," we have here Subscribers-only content

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    FRENCH CRITICISM UPON ENGLISH ART. r HE ART.JOURNAL for AUGUST, price JL' 2s. 6d. contains the Opinions of the French Press upon 'tbe British School of Paintiisg, as exhibited in the Palais do Il'tdustrle. 'The BoTA. PICTeaas are: -'A Subscribers-only content

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    THE NIGHTINGALE FUND. TIIE noble exertions of Miss NIGHTINGALE, in JL the Hospitals of the East. and the invaluable services ren- dered by her no the Sickr and Wonolded of the British Forces, demased the grateful recaogition of the Subscribers-only content

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    CHAP19AN & HALL'S LIST OF NEW WAORKS NEARLY READY. BROWNING. NEW POEM. AURORA LEIGH. IN NINE BOOliS. By ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING. In 1 vol. crown Svo. BARRY CORNWALL. DRAMATIC PIECES AND OTHER POEMS. By BARRY CORNWALL. Beautifully illustrated, and Subscribers-only content

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    IRELANID. THE NEW TRANSATLANTIC PACKET STATION.-On Wednesday a deputation of members of Parliamenti, merchants. shipowners, and others interested in the Transatlantic trade, and also in the prosperity of the town and harbour of Galway, waited upon the First Lord Subscribers-only content

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    DEATH OF. MR LEIGH HUNT. We perform a painful duty to-day in recording the death of Mu Lwqr HoeNT, which took place last Sunday m ormni g, the 2eth of August, at Putney, where he had resided for the Subscribers-only content

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    BONUS DIVISIOINI GLOBE INSURANCE, CORNILL & CHARING CROSS, LONDON ESTABLISHED 1803. Capital ONE MILLION, all paid up and invested. The followiDng are examples of the Profits 2Prning on Globe Participating Life policies under the BONUS declared as at 21st Subscribers-only content

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    ROYAL ENGLISH OPERA, COVENT GARDEN. Under the tfeanagement of Mice LOUISA PYNE and Mr W. HARRISON. Lost 12 nightsof the RoyalEnglish Operatic Scason,terml- uatisg Saturday, March 17th. Wallace's new Grand Opera LURBLINE increases nightly in attrauotln. Eleventh week of Subscribers-only content

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    Messrs SMITH, ELDER, &Co.'s NEW PUBLICATIONS. The cORNHILL MAGAZINE, No. 5 lfor MAY), Will be Published on Saturday, the 28th instant, prioe Is. With Two Illustrations. CONTENTS. f. pramloy Parsooaae. Chapter XITI.-Delicate Hfints. XEVl-Mr Cra=ley of orgglesteok. XV.-Lady Lufton's Subscribers-only content

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