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The Public is respectfully informed, that in future THE ARGUS will be published at Two o'clock, P.m., on each Saturday,

The Public is respectfully informed, that in future THE ARGUS will be published at Two o'clock, P.m., on each Saturday,

and will thus have the advantage offering a summary the Home and Foreign news to that hour. N.B.—This will be the only Edition published.
01 April 1843 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL DRAMA AND THEATRICAL CHIT- CHAT.

PROVINCIAL DRAMA AND THEATRICAL CHIT- CHAT.

NEWBURY.—The denizens of this good town may well exclain2 with the Duke of Glo'ster, in " Jane Shore," "Marry times are greatly changed from Edward's days to these," so they may saY, "Theatricals are greatly changed from former times to these.' The enterprising manager, Mr. Holm
30 September 1843 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
lOUS PILLS.

lOUS PILLS.

Sir F. Burdett, Bart.,lll. Sir G. Noel, Bar ' t. M.P. Sir Robert Grant, Bart. Sir Henry Blake, Bart Sir S. Fludyer, Bart. Sir Robert Buxton, Bart. Sir John Forbes, Bart. Sir A. Agnew, Bart. Sir Philip B. V. Broke K.C.B. Sir John Tyrrell, Bart. Sir Smyth, Bart., M.P Sir M. Wood,
30 September 1843 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
THE THREE PEERS. By Lady STEPNEY. 3 vols.

THE THREE PEERS. By Lady STEPNEY. 3 vols.

The story of this novel is beautiful in conception, and in its execution amusingly elaborate and intricate. The secret is well kept from the beginning to the end. Lady Stepney, by her former,novels most favourably known to the public, has inci eased her fame and popularity by th
20 December 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
HATTON GARDEN.

HATTON GARDEN.

MADAME IN ST. GILES'S. Madame Gaskee, a prim, stylishly -attired Frenchwoman, about 30 years of age, with a pretty countenance, but who seemed to have suffered much from her having been domiciled for the night in the station-house, was placed at the bar, charg e d by a police, c
20 December 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
COURSE OF EXCH

COURSE OF EXCH

Amsterdam.. 3 Months Ditto at Sight Rotterdam.. 3 Months Antwerp Barcelona Hamburgh Mcs. Beo. Paris, 3 days' sight Ditto.. 3 Months Marseilles Francfort Petersburgh, p. Iv. 3 Us. Vienna, eff F 10... 2 Months Trieste do. Madrid.. 2 Months Cadiz Bilboa Leghorn Genoa Venice, p. 6 A
20 December 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
(Closing Prices.)

(Closing Prices.)

13 September 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
MR. WEBSTER LESSEE. Mr. Macready, on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Mr. Waßack, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. THEATRE

MR. WEBSTER LESSEE. Mr. Macready, on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Mr. Waßack, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. THEATRE

ROYAL HAYMARKET.-- To-morrow, Monday, the performances will commence with HAMLET; and QUITE CORRECT. On Tuesday, The Rent Day; The Brigand; and Fish Out of Water. On Wednesday, To Marry or Not to Marry; Rent Day; and Family Jars. On Thursday, Lady of Lyons; and Quite Correct. On
13 September 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
ANTIBI PATRONIZED BY THE

ANTIBI PATRONIZED BY THE

Lord Murray Lord Kinnaird • Lord Bentinck Lord Fitzroy Lord Middleton Lord Frederick Gordon Lord Willoughby d'Eresby Lord Barham Lord Hay Lord ltedesdale Lord Se)mour I Lord Hartland Lord Western Lord Sydenham Ld. Archbishop of Armagh Bishop of Durham Bishop of Chestcr Bishop of
13 November 1841 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY -NOVEMBER 9.

TUESDAY -NOVEMBER 9.

This Gazette contains notice of an order by the Lords of the Privy Council to the Archbishop ot Canterbury, to prepare a form of rtyer and thanksgiving for Her Majesty's safe delivery of a Prince, to be used in all churches and chapels in England and Wales, and in Berwick-upon-T
13 November 1841 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England