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PROSPECTIVE DIARY.

PROSPECTIVE DIARY.

I High Water at The Sun. The Moon. Date. ILondon Bridge. i Morn. Aftern Rises. Sets. Age. Rises. Quarters. February h. n. I.-i. h. m. h. en. d' it. nm. asturday,16 4 9 4 29 7 13 5 16 2 10 12 Sunday, 17 4 46 5 4 7 11 5 18 3 1141 Monday, IS 5 23 5 42 7 9 5 20 4 morn. Tuesday,19 6
16 February 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
KING DAN AND THE PRESS GANG.

KING DAN AND THE PRESS GANG.

Och ! murther and oons, here's a pretty rmess of it. Here's the "t devil's own row between Misther Daniel O'Connell and the imps of the t 'broadsheet. The Liberator hasn't a single horn left to bellow through, f niot a single row of type s'ill hop into order at his bidding. He h
02 February 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLICENCE. ---I COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.-W~EDNESDAY. TinE QUEN . LAw5o-;.-MTr. Thesiger moved for the judgment of the Court in the case of "1 the Queen v. Lawson.".-The defendant having presented himself on the floer of the Court,-Lord Denman read his notes of the trial, wh
02 February 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
WOOLWICH PETTY SESSIONS.

WOOLWICH PETTY SESSIONS.

I On Saturday, after the disposal of several paltry eases, the magis. trates were occupied some hours in investigating the following brutal outrage, which had created much excitement in the town and adjacent villages of Plumstead, Charlton, and Greenwich. At twelve o'clock Thoma
02 February 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CORONERS' INQUESTS.

COBONBPs'- I QUSTS. on- suspiscious AFFins~o.-An, adjourned coroner's Inquesit has been held inf before Mr. Longinore, the coroner for one diviqion of the county of in Herts, at the Dimsda le Arms Inn, Hertford, on the bosly of glizabothi bed Coleman, the wife of Charles Coleman,
09 March 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
THE MURDER OF MADAME RENAUD, AT PARIS.

THE MURDER OF MADAME RENAUD, AT PARIS.

T!H; ., ?? O. F Ii ,EA Ui= D= ?? A R. TIHB MURDER OF MADAM#' lihrAUD, AT PARIS. --The trial of the' murdeiers of M"dame .Rcaaud, which cotmenced, the * tii intthnt,!ha8 been-eouitinued'daily sluce that time, .with the exception of e lesi Sinnduy, adld ended at A '.atc h,,ttr-oaMO
31 March 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
THE COMING REVOLUTION.

THE COMING REVOLUTION.

The accounts which we receive from all parts of the country c the near approach of some most decisive crisis. The s sate are'iH dently gathering to a head, and every moment of darkness Wei with it the possibility that the load explosion and the resisti' _ wthrn a are coming clos
05 May 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
PROSPECTIVE DIARY.

PROSPECTIVE DIARY.

;: l- I Date. Hh l vl t 13ridge j The Sun. The Mloon. Date. London10 Bitdge.I ifern. Altern. Rises. Sets. Age. Ri8s&Set Quarters. Mtay h1. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. d. h. m. I.ast Qluarter, Sunday, 6S 5 47 6 12 4 28 7 27 22 1 2J 6th, 43 min. SIorday, 6i I c 7 7 8 4 26 7 28 23 1 55 p.
05 May 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
THE CHARTIST.

THE CHARTIST.

rn-wll-v CHARTIST. I xx AU LUvDON: SATURDAY, AfARCH 23, 1839. Our anticipations of last week have not been disappointed. When we said that we expected nothing from the week's debate in the House of Commons, we knew our men. We knew that that assembly consisted entirely of the rap
23 March 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
ADJOURNED INQUEST AT HAYES—VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER.

ADJOURNED INQUEST AT HAYES—VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER.

ADJOURNED INQUEST AT HAYES-VERDICT OF WILFUL MIRDER. On Monday morning the adjourned inquiry Into the circumstances at- lendin g the death ot Mr. Joseph Alsop, the unfortunate young gentleman a-ho was stabbed on the 9th inst., by Mir. Francis Hastings Medhurst, his fellow-pinpil,
23 March 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England