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Local Intelligence

... called Mr. Hammond, of Bishopgate, Great Bridgewater-street, who stated that he found the three prisoners, John Oxley, William Werner, and John Casson, with o'.hers not yet in custody, drunk and squabbling in his smithy. Fearing they would get to fighting ...

Local Intelligence

... week the committee have added, to their list of subscriptions the names of the lady of Mr Hawkshaw, C.E.; Mr. John Bright, M. P. ; Mr. Grattan Bright, his brother, Mr. George Haworth, of the bank, Rochdale, Mr. George Wilson, of the league, and Mr. Thomas ...

UNIVERSAL PENNY POSTAGE. THE POLYTECHNIC JOURNAL the lst of November will contain jti iSamin/tion of tho ..

... London. MR. COLBURN has just published the following NEW WORKS: ' I 1. The Life and Times of the RighMjflU. Henry Grattan, by his Son, Henry Grattan, yds. Uvo., with 1 portrait, dec.,2Bs.bound. _ ; 2. The Romance of Private 3 vols> •' 'itself alone,' the lWfiuc ...

Local Intelligence

... another with the Manchester arms, formed the decorations of this engine. Next came the Water Witch, drawn by four horses, driven by Mr. Thomas Rose, and carrying its company of firemen. This engine displayed fligs bearing the royal arms, with various other ...

IRELAND

... of Fire-Abms.—The arms of tiie peasantry, from this part of the country, are going in boat loads to the county so that wheu required, ttors may get them back imps dia ,». OnKe'%A|y, the Dec, two fel- Ijws, armed with a gun tho Rev. John Exshaw's stewarcT ...

MANCHESTER FINANCIAL AND PARLIAMENTARY REFORM ASSOCIATION

... noticed the following: Alexander Henrv, E=q P.; the Right Hon. T. M. Gibson, M.P. ; John Bright; Esq M.P.; Jame3 Kershaw, Esq:, M.P. ; Sir E- Armitjge, Knt.; Alderman Harvey John Wh t'a';er Esq.; Wm. Bickham, E-.q.; Peter Seville, Esq. Jacob Bright, jun., Esq ...

Imperial Parliament

... March 15. Several petitions against the repeal of the corn laws were presented. In answer to a question by Mr. M. Philips, Lord John Rus3Ell said that, if possible, he would proceed with the Factory Bill before Easter. THE BOUNDARY QUESTION. In answer to questions ...

Imperial Parliament

... Hall Edward Stanley Richmond Gale Braddyll, Esq., Conishead Priory John Ireland Blackhurne, Esq., Hale Hall Thomas Clifton, Esq., Lytham Hall Thomas Drinkwater, Esq., lrwell House John Hodson, Esq., Lancaster P. H Fleetwood, Esq., M.P., Rossal Hall E. ...

IRELAND

... The usual meeting of this association took place Monday. and was very fully attended. Mr. O'Connell, Mr. John O'Connell, Snv.th O Br.en, Mr. Grattan, and other public the er ,n attenaan co. JamesKellv, M.P. '•\ T - ecre * occupied for a con side of the ...

LORD LONDONDERRY

... LORD LONDONDERRY. (From the John Bull. The week before List the following appeal addressed to the Marquess of Londonderry by the Reverend and respectable gentlemen whose signatures it bears, was published the Durham Advertiser : To the Most Hon. ...

News of the Neighbouring Towns

... pulpit railing and lifting his right hand, he described the nature and tendencyoftheHte to be performed John the Baptist, said, was emphatically John the Dipper Silence being imposed upon the people, he at once descended the steps font, and the three persons ...

WARE II OU.SE.y-_W ANTED, good commodious VVAREUCrrSHt i/ralanchester, suitable for an Iron Warehouse, &pe: ..

... ortheTitmily, and will possess superior advantages of acquiring a perfect knowledge of the business all its branches.—Apply to Mr. JOHN MOORE, pharmaceutical chemist, 2, Bridge-street, Manchester. &c The Master a Boarding School, member of Church of England, ...