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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, Jan. 4. OLD COURT. John Frederick Fulford, 21, was charged with feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling-house

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, Jan. 4. OLD COURT. John Frederick Fulford, 21, was charged with feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling-house

of Robert Norrcot, and stealing 10 sovereigns, a Bank of England note for 101., and other moneys, his property. In another count the prisoner was charged with using threats and menaces to one Rosetta Kershaw, the servant of the prosecutor, at the time of the commission of the ro
05 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
SHEFFIELD.

SHEFFIELD.

(CORRESPONDENCE OF THE STAR.) MR. WEST.--This talented and incorruptible champion of Democracy visited Sheffield on Wednesday, and addressed ameeting in the Fig-tree-lane Room, the same evening. At eight o'clock, Mr. George Wright was called to the Chair. "Spread the Charter," w
20 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
A SUBJECT FOR A FARCE.

A SUBJECT FOR A FARCE.

The following amusinecircumstance is related by a Lyons journal :—ln a small town in the environs of Lyons lives a pharmacien, who lately lost his wife, to whom he was tenderly attached. His grief for the loss was so intense that he could not endure the sight of the home which h
16 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE EVENING STAR. SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 21.

THE EVENING STAR. SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 21.

portant ; that without your assistance I cannot do it is apparent; therefore, it i you, the working classes, to decide and say whether or not your friend and guardian is to perish for want of your support, or to prosper and beat down faction by your aid. In less than a fortnight
21 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE JESSIE LOGAN.

THE JESSIE LOGAN.

Extract of a letter received at Lloyd's, dated Boscastle, Jan. 18 : • "I have now to inform you, that many of the skins and bales of cotton, and fragments of the Jessie Logan, have been secured, and- the whole of which is now warehoused. The ship struck against a perpendicular r
21 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
SPLENDID WORKS, BY EMINENT AUTHORS. GUINEA. VOLUMES FOR SIXPENCE! THE STAR LII3II.ARY is published ,:very Saturday, in the book form,

SPLENDID WORKS, BY EMINENT AUTHORS. GUINEA. VOLUMES FOR SIXPENCE! THE STAR LII3II.ARY is published ,:very Saturday, in the book form,

and contains 64 columns of matter, equal to 300 octavo pages. The work is stamped, and can be sent free by post.
23 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
MORE TAXES 1 MORE JOBS ! ! AND MORE PLUNDER!!! I)0 you want to know the way the " NATION'S

MORE TAXES 1 MORE JOBS ! ! AND MORE PLUNDER!!! I)0 you want to know the way the " NATION'S

MONEY GOES ?" If so, read the POLITICAL ALMANAC and ANNUAL BLACK BOOK, for 1843, which (in addition to an interesting Calendar for every day of the year, and all the customary Almanac Information—Commercial, Legal, Clerical, Astronomical, Agricultural, &c.) contains an authentic
23 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW SOUTH WALES.

NEW SOUTH WALES.

By a vessel arrived from Sydney we have dates to the 3d of September, a few days later than previous advices. The 19th report of the Commercial Banking Company had been published, from which it appeared, that though from the depressed condition of the colony the capital did not
23 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.

LONDON MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.

On Friday night a very interesting lecture was delivered by Mrs. C. L. Balfour, upon "Epic and Didactic Poetry." The theatre of the Institution was crowded with a most respectable and attentive audience, who expressed themselves highly delighted with the rich treat which Mrs. Ba
23 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
UNEMPLOYED POOR IN EDINBURGH.

UNEMPLOYED POOR IN EDINBURGH.

The Lord Provost has great pleasure in making public the following communications which he has had the honour of reeeiving from Sir Robert Peel and the Earl of Lincoln. He has no doubt these will give entire satisfaction to his fellow-citizens, and he is confident that they will
23 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England