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UNION-HALL.

UNION-HALL.

On Wednesday , Mrs. Mary Dent, a woman of lady-like appearance, the owner of a large house in Trinity-square, SoUthwark, some portion of which she lets out ready.furnished, was brought before Mr. Wedgwood, charged with stealing a half-sovereign, the property of Mr. Wilde, under
27 November 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL NEWS.

PROVINCIAL NEWS.

RACES PAID OUT OF COUNTY RATES.—Lord Rayleigh, on Tuesday announced a most startling fact, that no less a sift than 23/. per annum is taken out of the county rates for the support of Chelmsford races. His lordship remarked, in terms Vof reprehension, upon the practice. This is t
27 November 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LAMENTABLE CASE OF SUICIDE.

LAMENTABLE CASE OF SUICIDE.

Last week an inquest was held at the Adam and Eve, Rotherhithe, on the body of Mr. W. Goodwin, jun., aged 30, son of a respectable tradesman in Paradise-street, who was found drowned in the Surrey Canal, near the Plough-bridge. The cis , cumstances, as they transpired in evidenc
27 November 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
37, DRURY-LANE. OPPOSITE GREAT QUEEN-STREET. BOTTLING SEASON. PORTS, in fine condition, 70 to 90 guineas per pipe. 35 to 45

37, DRURY-LANE. OPPOSITE GREAT QUEEN-STREET. BOTTLING SEASON. PORTS, in fine condition, 70 to 90 guineas per pipe. 35 to 45

.... 18 to 23 .... • From the wood, of the highest character, 365. per doz SHERRIES, imported directly by this house, 60 to 100 gs. per butt. 30 to 50 _ hgshd.• 15 to 25 . , cask. Of the finest qualities 36s. and 425. per dozen. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SPIRITS. Brandy... . 275. to 3
27 November 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
' GRECIAN COFFEE-HOUSE and HOTEL, TEMPLE. CHARLES , JONES begs ,leave to acquaint his Friends' and the Public, that since

' GRECIAN COFFEE-HOUSE and HOTEL, TEMPLE. CHARLES , JONES begs ,leave to acquaint his Friends' and the Public, that since

he has taken the above establishment, so Well known as the GRECIAN COFFEE-HOUSE, Devereux-court, Temple, he has decorated and newly furnished it, at a great expense, and it is now, ready for the reception of its patrons. Country and -professional gentlemen and their families, wh
27 November 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE TURF.

THE TURF.

TATTERSALL'S, MONDAY, Nov. 14,—At this season of the year, with the weather as propitious as possible for the sports of the field, a crowded room is not to be expected at Hyde Park Corner; nor yet anything very decided or very energetic in the pecuniary transactions of the after
21 November 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
EXTII4ORDI.N.4RY SENTENCE.

EXTII4ORDI.N.4RY SENTENCE.

EXTII4ORDI.N . 4RY SENTENCE. William fropwood was convicted at the late Salisbury assizes for stealing a , sack of oats from Mr. Geo. Butler, of Chute, and sentenced by , Judge Park to 18 mouths' imprisonment and hard labour; but immediately on the sentence being pronounced, he h
9 August 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LOATOJr M.IIIKETS. CORN-EXCHANGE. Fittivor, AUG. 7.—We continue to be well supplied with Foreign Wheat, which oenasions a heavy sale at

LOATOJr M.IIIKETS. CORN-EXCHANGE. Fittivor, AUG. 7.—We continue to be well supplied with Foreign Wheat, which oenasions a heavy sale at

a further depression of from 3s. -4s. Per quarter. Barley meets a dull sale, and scarcely supports Monday's prices; and Beans and Peas go off heavily, on rather lower terms. There has been a good arrival +-s this week , is, however, brisker, and b( ar e obtain, other articles we
9 August 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
E. e, a 4 8 a 5 4 a 7 0 a 6 0 a 6 0 • 5 64

E. e, a 4 8 a 5 4 a 7 0 a 6 0 a 6 0 • 5 64

6,6(4 350 SOO
9 August 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
ENGLISH OPERA-I:MUSE.

ENGLISH OPERA-I:MUSE.

A new Operetta', as the phrase is, was performed here on Wednesday last, for the first time. It is called The Landlord in Jeopardy : and from the flte whicli he experienced on that evening, he is still, it is to be feared, in considerable jeopardy. We are sorry that we cannot di
24 August 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England