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THE GAZETTE OF FASHION. THE COURT-T.HE CABINET-AND ON HITS.,

THE GAZETTE OF FASHION. THE COURT-T.HE CABINET-AND ON HITS.,

• er Majesty has availed herself of the fineness of the weather, ,has "taken equestrian exercise frequently in the course of the week: 'On Saturday se'nnight and on Tuesday the Queen and suite wiait e the Opera. Amongst the numerous visitors of the week at the pall hailbeed Her
05 May 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
animal) is susceptible of very violent feelings, and on such occasions is capable of acting with equal promptness and energy

animal) is susceptible of very violent feelings, and on such occasions is capable of acting with equal promptness and energy

— the characteristic of the man. " The sentiments which it manifests, however opposite in their nature, are all of a violent character: its hatred and its affection are both equally strong." Are not these the attributes of the man By the memory of the good and great Lord Eldon w
05 May 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
tl UST OPEN. —DIORAMA, Regent's Park.—NEW Itt Exrfi we DITION.—The CORONATION of her Majesty QUEEN VICTORIA stminster Abbe, and the

tl UST OPEN. —DIORAMA, Regent's Park.—NEW Itt Exrfi we DITION.—The CORONATION of her Majesty QUEEN VICTORIA stminster Abbe, and the

Interior of the CHURCH of SANTACROCE, at l a i n e t Ze, with all the effects of li g ht an d s h a d e ; f rom noon till m id n i g ht. Both " ar e by Le Chevalier Bouton. Open from Ten till Five.
05 May 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
TO HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

TO HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

May it please your Grace, — The events respecting Mexico which have occurred since I first did myself the honour, and our COMMO.I country the advantage, of addressing your Grace, have fully justified your humble correspondent in his ambitious boldness. Since the .last number of
31 March 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
FULLER'S FREEZING MACHINE, by w hi c h f our different Ices can be made at one time, and repeated

FULLER'S FREEZING MACHINE, by w hi c h f our different Ices can be made at one time, and repeated

as often as required. Also the Ice Preserver, in which ice can be kept three weeks in the warmest season, to prevent the necessity of opening the ice-house except occasionally. Ice Pails, for iceing wine, water, butter, &c., by artificial process. Fuller's Spare Bed Airer is con
31 March 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
"THE RASCALLY TIMES."

"THE RASCALLY TIMES."

Immortal words, my Lord Duke! This" rascally" paper is now adopting in American affairs the precise line of conduct it formerly pursued during the trial of " unsunned snow." It was then an every day practice for this paper to publish, in large printed leaders, which are the only
14 April 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
MORTALITY IN INDIA.—No. IV.

MORTALITY IN INDIA.—No. IV.

Authentic statement of the number of Cadets appointed to the Hon. East India Company's Service, in the year 1804, with the number of the highest rank attained by this allotment td Sept., 1837; distinguishing the casualties by deaths, dismissals, resignations, :or retirement, dur
14 April 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
APRIL 14.1

APRIL 14.1

14 April 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
Lord Protocol . • . . Lord Palmerston –

Lord Protocol . • . . Lord Palmerston –

Lord Protocol . • . . Lord Palmerston - Lord Denham • • • . Lord Durham Lord,Charles Dinely, and the other Dinelies . • • . . Lords Conyngham Mr. York Fonnoir. . . . . Mr. Albany Fonblanque, of the Examiner. Mr. Fuzboz . . • • . Mr. John Foster, of the Examiner. Mr. Frederick Fee
14 April 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

M. Brown and J. Chapman, Harrow, Middlesex, bricklayers. G. God(lard and J. Butterworth, Leeds, - tailors. R. Whittaker, D. Brown, W. tßattison, and Smith Newcastle-under-Lyne, hat manufacturers. T. !ltlilner and D. Milner, Smith, cotton-dealers. R. Plumpton and R. lAker, Cheaps
14 April 1839 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England