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... subscribe to them all, and to beyond them all in saying, that it is the house which, der an undisguised duresse, passed Lord John Ru bill. But, however despicable the House of Lords be as a legislative chamber, or mock legislative club, class of nobility ...

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... When they enter houses their principal business is to away, several having to return to the interior, ere they crossed obtain arms; but the Kilkenny Regulators, as the Whitethe channel, that the council broke up. on that day una voce.— feet sometimes ...

THE LIVERPOOL STANDARD

... house was bound by the articles of union, to support.. ' Mr. GRATTAN remarked that the question had not been an. swered whether or not it was the intention of his Majesty's ministers to arm the new courts with the power of flogging. The CHANCELLOR of ...

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... (Cheers.) Mr. H. GRATTAN agreed with the noble lord who hard just sat down that the Whitefeet ought to be put down, but differed from him in thinking-that the constitution ought to be put down with them. (Hear.) Thtey must stretch forth every arm to put down ...

THE LIVERPOOL STANDARD

... brought firward to put an end to meetings of large bodies of armed persons, who impeded the free course of justice; but what evidence had ministers adduced to show that there were large bodies of armed men going about and filling the peaceable with fear and ...

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... 12 o'clock. FRIDAY. The Speaker took the chair this day soon after 12 o'clock. Mr. HUME, in moving the second reading of Sir John Soane's Museum Bill, took that opportunity of saying that the measure afforded an example which he was sure the house would ...

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... Anwyl, C. Jones, Daniel Jones, John Breeze, Daniel Mor- • • Himself and him, wherein her aid he needed. Foreman.-Mr. Coroner, we are all unanimously of opi n i on 1 ? , gen, of Aiachyrilleth, David Davies, of Cardigan, Wm. Rees puttees . , spoke to the ...

LONDON GAZETTE.-FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22

... Richard Fongeroft, of Llanina, Esq. ; Thomas Davies, of Nantgwylan, Esq,; Philip John Mika, of the Priory, in Cardigan, Esq. CAR HR.—Thomas Morris, of Llanstephen.eastle, Esq. John Walters Philippa, of Aberglasney, Esq.; Edward Rese Tunno, of Llangennech, Esq ...

THE LIVERPOOL STANDARD

... rights of the leaseholders under those nobl eme n were taken into consideration. There was an express reservation to John Leigh, John Myers, and others, that, if they could establish claims, as lessees, or otherwise, included in the said pui chase, they ...

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... before they attacked him and the captain. They had business with the arms. Botlibear was on the deck fur two hours before he struck bins; and, though he was standing near him, he saw no arms in his hands. William Kewark broke open the box and said, Here ...

LIVERPOOL POLICE

... paid -Id. On being cross-examined, he said he knew the premises well. He did not know that the house at the corner of South John-street and at the corner of Cable-street was all one. The supervisor deposed to Mr. Riginaiden postessirv.t. no licence. On ...

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... Solicitors, Harrington-chambers, North John-stre e t, Liverpool. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY IN .RAINFORD. On WEDNESDAY, the 24th instant, at Four o'clock in the Afternoon, at the House of Mts.- Hall, the Derby Arms, in Rain . - ford, in the county of Lancaster ...