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For Six Months—Thos. Brookes, and J. Daley.

For Six Months—Thos. Brookes, and J. Daley.

For Three Months—Adam Andrews. Thomas Fenn, a carman, was indicted for stealing on Christmas-Eve a chest containing 236 lbs. of indigo, value 68/., the property of Mary Anne Varty, his mistress. Mr. Clarkson appeared for the defence, and Mr. Bodkin stated the case for the prosec
03 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS."

FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS."

following Cases of Cure have just _L reached the Proprietor of PARR'S LIFE PILLS: Gentlemen,—At the request of Mr. Thomas Barret, Farmer, of Menally, parish of St. Veep, Cornwall, I send you the enclosed, and beg to state that you are quite at liberty to publish it, if you think
03 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
MANUFACTURERS' RELIEF COMMITTEE, 74, King William-street, City, 28th Jan., 1843. COMMITTEE. The Archbishop of Canterbury. A. Ill‘Geachey, Esq., M.P. The

MANUFACTURERS' RELIEF COMMITTEE, 74, King William-street, City, 28th Jan., 1843. COMMITTEE. The Archbishop of Canterbury. A. Ill‘Geachey, Esq., M.P. The

Archbishop of York. Sir John Guest, Bart. The Bishop of London. Samuel Gurney, Esq. The Bishop of Chester. A. Hastie, Esq., M.P. The Bishop of Ripon. Benjamin Hawes, Esq. Earl Howe. Thomas Hawes. Esq. Lord John Russell. T. A. Hankey, Esq. Lord Stanley. T. W. Helps, Esq. Lord Vis
03 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
GREAT ANTI-CORN LAW BANQUET.

GREAT ANTI-CORN LAW BANQUET.

(From the Morning Post.) LIVERPOOL, Wednesday Morning.—Last night a free trade banquet was held at the Amphitheatre, attended by (according to the estimate) nearly a thousand people. The house was ornamented by a number of devices and mottos. The boxes were filled by ladies, and
02 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
burdens? Oh, there was an Income-tax. (Applause.) Was their any extension of their commerce? There was a siidine - scale.

burdens? Oh, there was an Income-tax. (Applause.) Was their any extension of their commerce? There was a siidine - scale.

(Applause.) The people asked for bread. ad they got a serpent. (Cheers.) Their distress was thus admitted, and admitted at every side of the house. Has that distress diminished ? lam told not—you know better than I do But the public newspapers—those organs that communicate to us
02 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY DINNERS.

PARLIAMENTARY DINNERS.

--...-. The Duke of Wellington, as Ministerial leader of the House of Lords, gave his customary entertainment, on the eve of the meeting of Parliament, last evening at Apsley-House, when upwards of 40 peers were present. 'Among whom were — The Dukes of I3uccleuch, Cleveland, Bea
02 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
PRINCESS'

PRINCESS'

When a manager of a theatrical establishment appeals to a refined taste for support, it is not enough that his establishment should occasionally present truly attractive and elegant entertainments. We regret to perceive that this theatre, which would flourish under unremitted ex
02 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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06 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
ahNTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

ahNTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

(THIS DAY.) OLD COURT. (Before the Recorder.) CHARGE OF FORGERY _ Frederick Charles Burnham Blackwell, aged 25, described in the calendar as a draper, was indicted for feloniously uttering, &c. a forged deed of assignment, with intent to defraud Elizabeth Hollis Constable, he we
06 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
PATENT BELT - BAND SPRING DRAWERS, for Hunting or Riding, on an improved principle, for supporting the loins and abdomen,

PATENT BELT - BAND SPRING DRAWERS, for Hunting or Riding, on an improved principle, for supporting the loins and abdomen,

in riding or other exercise, preventing rupture, checking increase of corpulency, and giving remarkable comfort in general wear, both to thin as well as stout persons. Made by the inventor, S. K. SALAMAN, Tailor and Breeches-maker, 19, Charing-cross, two doors from Craig's-court
06 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England