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LAW COURTS.

LAW COURTS.

SATURDAY, JULY 23. ROLLS COURT. MONTAGU V. MOOR. Mr. PEMBERTON with Mr. SPURRIER, for the defendant, moved that the plaintiff's bill should be dismissed with costs, being for a sum beneath the dignity of Court. Mr. TURNER and Mr. BILTON, for the plaintiff, opposed the motion. Th
25 July 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
DIURNAL DOTTINGS.

DIURNAL DOTTINGS.

AMIIITION.—When the efforts made by certain men, whose names are blazoned on the pages of history, are united to their results, it seems strange how the doers could have been led on: and the thinking reader will arise with a keener sense of the hollowness of the fame acquired by
01 August 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS

SHIP NEWS

LIVERPOOL, AuG. 2. Arrived. —Kate from Buenos Ayres—Longe from Galli poll —May from Messina—Piper from Marseilles—Richmond Lass from Odessa from Jersey—Bethia from Ostend—Acastus from Alexandria. Sailed.—The Highheld for Africa—Egidius for Antmph for Antwerp-Ali:enrauyifaonr if)
03 August 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CAUSES OF DISTRESS.

THE CAUSES OF DISTRESS.

The destruction of American credit, chiefly caused by the Bank of England, has led in a great measure to the prostration of our manufactures, and the consequent distress of our countrymen in all the principal manufacturing towns. It is now certain that until we look with a more
08 August 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON ELECTION.

SOUTHAMPTON ELECTION.

Immediately on the close of the poll, the following letter was delivered by Sir John Easthope to Mr. Le Feuvre "Southampton, Monday Aug. 8, 1842. _ "Sir—The election being now concluded, recur to certain offensive words used by you, o: Saturday last, in the hall, on the occasion
10 August 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
"To W. J. Le Feuvre, Esq."

"To W. J. Le Feuvre, Esq."

After the receipt of the foregoing letter, Mr. Le Feuvre deputed Mr. Coxwell to meet Sir John Easthope, and the following declaration was the result. " 'Southampton, Aug. S, 1842. " Mr. Le Feuvre retracts all and every the offensive words which he admits to have used with refere
10 August 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
EXTRACTED FROM THE WILL OF THE LATE MARQUIS OF HERTFORD.

EXTRACTED FROM THE WILL OF THE LATE MARQUIS OF HERTFORD.

In the will his lordship gives a bust and writing-box of King Charles, among other things, to his wife; mid a picture, by Vandyke, of himself, as pairs to George IV. 5,000/. to each of his executors, to purchase something in remembrance of him. They are, for the most part, munif
10 August 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS.. T • ' HE following appeared in the Morn in g Ad vertiser, of the sth July

IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS.. T • ' HE following appeared in the Morn in g Ad vertiser, of the sth July

last :—" We have a antipathy to what are termed quack medicines; although all proprietary medicines are ranked as su „ we consider Dr. Hamilton's Vital Pills an honour exception, and to which all others we know or heard of bear no comparison in point of merit. speak advisedly wh
12 August 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
CORNS AND BUNIONS.

CORNS AND BUNIONS.

Patronised by the Royal Family and Nobility. PAUL'S EVERY MAN'S FRIEND is 3 sure and speedy cure for those severe annoyance' without causing the least pain or inconvenience. Unlike all other remedies for Corns, its operation is such as render the cutting of corns altogether unne
12 August 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
EVENING STAR, being a Stamped vspaper, pa.sses free by post, and will be regu-I:trly mailed from the Office. Post-offiee orders

EVENING STAR, being a Stamped vspaper, pa.sses free by post, and will be regu-I:trly mailed from the Office. Post-offiee orders

tor addressed to the Proprietor of the EVENING York-street, Catherine-street, Strand, will any Person to the Paper for one quarter. Orders ,r a shorter period receired at 2d. per Number. VENING STAR.—THE Proprietor of the ka EVENING :.;TAR be4s to announce the publis. eation of
02 August 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England