WOULDN'T HURT A FLY

... into court. So, apparently, after all, there is more than one law in existence And how about this for a report of a robbery, Charles Dickens wouldn't have had a look in! ...

Published: Friday 08 March 1974
Newspaper: Sligo Champion
County: Sligo, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 211 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

fttigcellaneoua anti proumctal ifretos

... . Robbery at Mr. Charles Dickens s.?On Friday a person named George Blackman, who was described as a market-gardener at Higbam, was charged before the magistrates at Rochester, with having stolen some hay from the premises of Mr. Charles ...

Published: Saturday 08 January 1859
Newspaper: Leicestershire Mercury
County: Leicestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4784 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

LETTER FROM THE POPE

... exerting tboniselves to trace the ptooerty \ r ,. Wdrl of is offered for the discovery of the tors of the robbery. Daily A'tttf. Charles Dickens* story of * Great appeared In New York week before it came Wl> . here, in oon» ...

` DICKENS ' FOR SECOND REG MACKINNON GOLD 2.53, Charles Dickens; 3.21, Frown Slave; 4.0, Lads Map); 4.3% ..

... ` DICKENS ' FOR SECOND REG MACKINNON GOLD 2.53, Charles Dickens; 3.21, Frown Slave; 4.0, Lads Map); 4.3% CHARLES DICKENS. who won Trumpeter (rib). the Grand Military Gold Cup GIMCRACK (Daily Sketch); with such authority last season, looks to ...

Published: Friday 12 March 1971
Newspaper: Coventry Evening Telegraph
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 462 | Page: 61 | Tags: none

Mr. Dickers' Visit—Mr. Charles Dickens' readings in America here been well received, and an Boat heartily ..

... Mr. Dickers' Visit—Mr. Charles Dickens' readings in America here been well received, and an Boat heartily applauded. Mr. Dickene' rnit ia great aocceca; his welcome has been wars one, and from the series 80 readings be contemplates giving be will probably ...

Published: Monday 30 December 1867
Newspaper: Belfast Morning News
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1961 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

MACMILLANS EDITIONS OF DICKENS’ WORKS. The Works of Charles Dickens. With Introductions Biographical and ..

... MACMILLANS EDITIONS OF DICKENS’ WORKS. The Works of Charles Dickens. With Introductions Biographical and Bibliographical, bv CHARLES DICKENS THE YOUNGER. Illustrated. Crown Bvo. 6d each. AMERICAN NOTES AND PICTURES FROM ITALY. BARNABY RUDGE. ...

MACMILLANS EDITIONS OF DICKENS’ WORKS. The Works of Charles Dickens. With Introductions Biographical and ..

... MACMILLANS EDITIONS OF DICKENS’ WORKS. The Works of Charles Dickens. With Introductions Biographical and Bibliographical. by CHARLES DICKENS THE YOUNGER. Illustrated. Crown Bvo. As each. AMERICAN NOTES AND PICTURES FROM ITA LY. BARNABY RUDOE ...

Charles Dickers Shcttiild.—On Saturday evening, Mr. Charles Dickens read his '* Christmas Carol for the benefit ..

... Charles Dickers Shcttiild.—On Saturday evening, Mr. Charles Dickens read his '* Christmas Carol for the benefit of the Sheffield Mechanics' Institution, before a crowded audience, the large hall of the institution: The audience received Mr. Dickfenewith ...

Published: Wednesday 26 December 1855
Newspaper: Liverpool Daily Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 756 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

DEATH OF CHARLES DICKENS'S DOUBLE. The funeral of Charles Dickens's double, as Mr. John Baird, of Chatham, was ..

... DEATH OF CHARLES DICKENS'S DOUBLE. The funeral of Charles Dickens's double, as Mr. John Baird, of Chatham, was described when the great novelist resided at Gad's Hill, took place at Gillingham, on Wednesday, amid many manifestations of respect. The late ...