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D'ANGLADE ; OIL, WHICH IS TILE THIEF?

D'ANGLADE ; OIL, WHICH IS TILE THIEF?

The Sieur D'Anglade, and Count Montgomery, lodged together in the same house in Paris; the latter occupied the first floor, the former the second and third. Living under one common roof, there subsisted between them that courteous intimacy which such an occurrence was calculated
02 February 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
COURT MOURNING.

COURT MOURNING.

LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S OFFICE, JAN. 30, 1839. Orders for the Court's going into mourning, to-morrow, Thursday, the 31st instant, for her late Royal Highness the Princess Mary of Orleans, Consort of the Duke Alexander_ of 'Wurtemb erg, viz._ . The Ladies to wear black silk, fringed o
02 February 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
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gave little or no hope of her recovery. The pangs of death were unknown to that estimable lady, for she departed to a better and purer world without a sigh, having her bed surrounded by her dearest ties. The Countess of Surrey came to town from Littlehampton, and Lord and Lady F
02 February 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
ABROAD.

ABROAD.

FRANCE.— DISSOLUTION OF TIIE CHAMBERS. - The French papers of Saturday contain the following "Louis Philippe, King of the French. To all present and to come, greeting. Considering Article 42 of the Constitutional Charter—considering the law of the 19th of April, 1831—on the repo
09 February 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
LAW NOTICES.

LAW NOTICES.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. The Court will take Middlesex Common Juries on Wednesday, Feb. 13. The London adjournment-day is fixed for Monday, Feb. 18.
09 February 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION. THE QUEEN.

COURT AND FASHION. THE QUEEN.

Sunday.—ller Majesty, accompanied by her august Mother attended divine service this morning in the Chapel Royal, St. James's. The sermon was preached by the Rev. Dr. Goddard, from the Revelations, chap. xxii., and verses 16 and 17. The prayers were read by the Rev. Mr. Knapp, th
09 February 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
VARIETIES-ORIGINAL AND SELECT.

VARIETIES-ORIGINAL AND SELECT.

TRUNKS OF TREES.—In altitude, or length and diameter, the stems or trunks of trees present the most varied and contrasted features. According to Von Martins, there is a palm that grows fifteen feet high, with a trunk not thicker than the finger. A comparison, indeed, between the
09 February 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

The Norfolk hounds Monday, at Pudding Norton.—The Inglewood hounds Monday, at Lazonby, and Thursday at Tarn Lodge.—The East Sussex hounds Monday, at Street Green.—The Brighton harriers Monday, at Pateham ; Wednesday at the Race Course; and Friday at the Dyke. —The Brookside harr
09 February 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

At Malta, on the 6th January last, aged 28, after a short but severe illness of three days . , James Charles Henry Harrison, R.N., mate of her Majesty's ship Bellerophon, and eldest son of the late Major Thomas James Harrison, of the Royal Artillery, whose loss will be lung and
09 February 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
THE NOBLES OF BRITAIN.—No. X. DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM.

THE NOBLES OF BRITAIN.—No. X. DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM.

Temple quam dileeta.—Family Motto. In looking over the histories of our great families, there is nothing more likely to strike even the careless observer, and certainly no one point more calculated to arrest the reflective one, than the frequency with which titles become extinct
26 January 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England