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PAROCHIAL GRANDEES.—No. 1. THE BUSY BUILDER OF ST. LUKE'S.

PAROCHIAL GRANDEES.—No. 1. THE BUSY BUILDER OF ST. LUKE'S.

WE have already stated that we purpose making parochial proceedings a grand feature of the Crown. When we say parochial proceedings, we use not the words in their common acceptation, for we wish it to be distinctly understood, that we do not intend confining ourselves to the mer
22 July 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.-JuLy 17

TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.-JuLy 17

DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. July 14, Henry Wheatley, of Scarborough, innkeeper—July 16, William Greville Jones, •of Greville-street, Brook-street, Holborn, formerly of Dulwich, surgeon. BANKRTIPTS. George Martin, of Oxford-street, builder—Thomas M'Swiney, formerly of Essex-house
22 July 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
RE-CONSTRUCTION OF BLACKFRIARS' BRIDGE.

RE-CONSTRUCTION OF BLACKFRIARS' BRIDGE.

ThE works of alteration and repair of this bridge are very gradually proceeding to a termination. The bridge was built by Mr. Milne, and opened to the public in the year 1770; it cost 152,000/.; the toll was taken off in 1785. It was a structure of the lonic order, and, prior to
16 September 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
MELANCHOLY CASE OF SUICIDE.

MELANCHOLY CASE OF SUICIDE.

THE town of Tweedmouth (North) was thrown into a state of considerable excitement on Wednesday by the report that a young I vrlmed 1r John Di rid ot I.lin. snt. he neen in muter a law state of mind for some tio and triaing advantage or the momentary absence Ot ins mother, with w
16 September 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Original ijortrp. TINTERN ABBEY.

Original ijortrp. TINTERN ABBEY.

~ Quicquid est illud quod sentit, quod sapit, quod vult, quod viget, cceleste et divinum est, ob eamque rem mternmn sit necesse est." Whatever acts, thinks, Wills, and understands, Breathes of its God, and must endure for ever! .......w, walls, TINTERN ABBEY I were panell'd with
16 September 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

. DR. BOWRING AT KILMARNOCK.—A few days ago the people of Kilmarnock presented .their late representative vith their magnificent testimonial—a colossal silver cup. The learned doctor was received in the forenoen by a procession of the inhabitants on foot and in vehicles, which c
16 September 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Funwv, June 2a

Funwv, June 2a

WORSHIP STR EET.—RoberY and Mary Angel, and John Barren, were brought before 'Mr. Coup, on suspicion of having stolen a parcel, containing lace and other property of 30/. value. A policeman met them with the parcel; they were intoxicated atthe time, and known to be questionable
1 July 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Petison v. Preecf,

Petison v. Preecf,

SHEA was for the plaintiff. and CHANNEL', for the defendant. This was an action to recover damages for an The plaintiff was a poor woman, living' in Southwark, and on the 7th of April she went to the house of the defendant, a publimn, and in consequence of some disturbance creat
1 July 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Street v. Strauxs.

Street v. Strauxs.

and weii; - 71. - )r - t - li - e plaintiff, and for the defendant. It was an action for breach of contract. The plaintiff was a lodging-house keeper. the defendant a musician, Plaintiff's house had been hired under an agreement for the giving of concerts by the defendant therei
1 July 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE CROWN'S PROFESSION OF PRINCIPLES,

THE CROWN'S PROFESSION OF PRINCIPLES,

WHO is this who comes forth so dauntlessly to a field where so many are already fighting, and so many are already fainting! He bears his vizor down, but his shield is blazoned with the insignia of monarchy; and as he bounds within the lists he will show that he wields no unpract
1 July 1838 - Crown - London, London, England