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CORONERS, INQUESTS.

CORONERS, INQUESTS.

CORONERS , INQUESTS. DESTITUTION AND MADNESS. On Saturday a coroner's inquest was taken before Mr. Stirling, in the board-room of Fulham workhouse, to inquire touching the death of a man unknown, about 75 years of age, who came by his death under circumstances of the most distres
21 May 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
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7 May 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
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e iff! • • VritES CO r i ru • - COVENT-GARDEN Mr. Macready took his benefit on Monday night. on which occasion a new historical tragedy, entitled Strafford, was successfull produced. It is from the pen of Mr. Browniiig, the author of Paracelsas, a play, or rather poem, which, at
7 May 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
BOW-STREET.

BOW-STREET.

TifE Sw:;LL Mon.—Joseph Phillips and Henry ltos- • nio4d, alias wei,e charged . Keys' atra the 4ficers o been found followin# ;heir vociation on th i e previoa at the • pit etifiance of Covent .• • garden Theatre. the charge was distinctly pros ad and they, were sent for Three m
7 May 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
MORE DISCLOSURES.

MORE DISCLOSURES.

On Friday, James Lea, one of the Lambeth-street officers, made the following communication to Mr. Hardwicke and Mr. Tickell, the sitting magistrates :—He stated that on the preceeding evening, while on business in the neighbourhood, he went into the Walnut-tree public house, in
7 May 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
y No. 35.

y No. 35.

MR. BERNARD TO THE READERS OF THE LONDON MERCURY. Three weeks ago the price of this journal was raised from 4d. to sd. 'The rise was absolutely necessary to cover the bare expenses of printing and publication (with the increased size), not to speak of editorship, literary contri
14 May 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
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14 May 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
STATE OF THE PROVINCF.S.-BARCELONA.

STATE OF THE PROVINCF.S.-BARCELONA.

On the 24th ult., the municipality - of Barcelona addressed to the General commanding (harem?), a letter, in which they declare their inability to maintain, not merely public order, but to ensure their own personal safety, menaced as it was by the revolutionary spirit abroad in
4 June 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MERCURY. HOUSE OF. COMMONS, SATURDAY.

THE LONDON MERCURY. HOUSE OF. COMMONS, SATURDAY.

The SPEAKER took the chair shortly after twelve o'clock. Mr. WALLACE presented a petition from a place, the name of whieh we could hot hear, praying that bonded corn might taken out duty free, for the purposes of charity. The hon, member gave notice that he should on Monday next
18 June 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
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FRANCE. The French Papers, the Charte, the Gazette de France, the Messager, and the Journal General des Tribunaux of Saturday, have been received. La Charte contains the following bulletin : Government has received the annexed telegrapilic despatches : " Narbonne, June 10, Half-p
18 June 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England