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* Badly played. Black gets into difficulties by this move. + This is also weak : to 6th would better.

* Badly played. Black gets into difficulties by this move. + This is also weak : to 6th would better.

i A good move. § White should have checked with qneen at her B sth. The following note to this move is to be found in Mr. Lewis * edition of these games;—“ It may seem unaccountable to the reader how the committee on the part of the London club could have made so great an error
15 October 1842 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
WHITE.

WHITE.

The solution in our next. The twopenny-post letter carriers have received a reply from the lords commissioners of her Majesty’s Treasury, stating that the prayer of their memorial for additional remuneration cannot be complied with. An old man of Couse (Dordogne), who, notwithst
15 October 1842 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE SPECIAL COMMISSIONS.

THE SPECIAL COMMISSIONS.

Stafford, Monday, Oct. lO.—The three courts opened at nine o’clock and were more than usually crowded. A great delay occurred to the business In all the courts from the non-attendance of witnesses and persons on bail. To prevent, in future, such an unseemly interruption of the p
15 October 1842 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
(Before Mr. Baron Parke.)

(Before Mr. Baron Parke.)

Burning of Lord Granville’s Offices.—TAowms Roberts, W. Turner, James Slack. Eduard Smith, Joseph Wild, Henry Gibson, and Isaac Cold gh were indicted for a riot, and demolishing by fire the offices of Lord Granville, on the 25th of August. Mr. Spooner, the part of Colclough, and
15 October 1842 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
CROWN COURT.

CROWN COURT.

Immediately after the charge had been delivered in the Nisi Prius Court, Baron Alderscn took bis seat on the bench in the Crown Court, for the trial of prisoners. Riot at the Manchester Police Station. —William Lee (21), John Sheridan (18), and Jane Carney (11), were given in ch
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(Before Lord Abinger.)

(Before Lord Abinger.)

Mr. Wilkins, on the part of Mr. F. O’Connor, against whom the jury had found a true bill, made application to the court that Mr. O’Connor might he allowed to plead by proxy, course usual in misdemeanours, Mr. O’Connor being too much indisposed to attend personally. If the court
15 October 1842 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

Mansion-house.— On Tuesday young woman very respectable appearance, who was accompanied by her brother, applied to the Lord Mayor for advice in what manner to proceed under the following disagreeable circumstances :—The young woman said, th«£ she and a young man, whom she believ
15 October 1842 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS.

ADVERTISEMENTS.

THE CHINESE COLLECTION, ST. GEORGE’S-PLACE, HYDE PARK-CORNER.—This splendid Collection, consisting: of objects exclusively Chinese, surpassing: in extent and grandeur any similar display in the known world, entirely tilling the spacious saloon, 225 feet in length by 50 feet in w
15 October 1842 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
ROYAL POLYTECHNIC EXHIBITION, extended into CAVENDISH-SQUARE.—Excellent Specimens of Machinery just completed, and at work by Steam Power, in the Hall

ROYAL POLYTECHNIC EXHIBITION, extended into CAVENDISH-SQUARE.—Excellent Specimens of Machinery just completed, and at work by Steam Power, in the Hall

of Manufactures, including Napier’s Patent Printing Machine, Ainslie’s Patent Brick and Tile Making Machine, Tayler’s Patent Solid-Headed Pin Making Machine, &c. The Weekly List of Popular Lectures, delivered by Dr. Ryan, Professor Bachoffner, and the ether Lecturers, with the a
15 October 1842 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE MISER’S DAUGHTER. Published this day, in 3 Vols. post Bvo., THE MISER’S DAUGHTER. By W. HARRISON AINSWORTH, Esq. With

THE MISER’S DAUGHTER. Published this day, in 3 Vols. post Bvo., THE MISER’S DAUGHTER. By W. HARRISON AINSWORTH, Esq. With

Twenty Illustrations on steel, by George Cruikshank. London: Cunningham and Mortimer, 3, Adelaide-street, Trafalgar square.
15 October 1842 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England