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  2. Advertising

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  3. London Street Folk.

    [The above talented author after giving his usual graphic and statistical account of the street-sellers of dog-collars, writes the following sketch of the history of the most noted one in ...

    Article : 1,956 words
  4. Latest English News.

    "The Bride," says the Melbourne Morning Herald, "after an unparalleled passage of 75 days, has brought us news up to the 14th Nov." From that source we extract all that is of ...

    Article : 816 words

    At the Marylebone Police Office, on Saturday, a rosy-gilled, well-fed constable, puffing and blowing like a stranded grampus, entered the court magna comitanie edterva—in fact, half ...

    Article : 573 words
  6. Fight between Paddock an Poulson, for £25 a-side.

    These men were to have fought on Mond; last, and Norman's Heath, near Appleby, w[?] the fixture. Thither the men and numerou friends repaired, but to their disappointme[?] ...

    Article : 539 words
  7. Mank's Extraordinary Pedestrian Feat.

    This pedestrian is now gradually progressing towards the completion of his astounding feat on Kennington Oval, and those who are sceptical in regard to the possibility of its achievement ...

    Article : 1,139 words
  8. English Sporting News. A Merry Mill between Hoiles and Trainer, for £50 a-side.

    A pretty good proof was afforded last Tuesday morning that when there is a chance of a good and scientific mill the ring is yet popular and attractive. The bantams matched on this ...

    Article : 2,118 words
  9. English Extracts.

    The Thieves at the Great Exhibition.—The total number of charges made at the police-station at the Prince of Wales's-gate, relating to offences within the building is twenty-five, of ...

    Article : 1,734 words



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