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was even more abundant than ever. Foreign ges were firm for the packet, and a fair amount 1, at the following ..

... Whorwood, Fellow of Magdalene. Masters of Arts.—Robert Cholmeley, Fellow of Magdalene; Rev. George John Davie, Exeter; Rev. Richard Underwood, St. John's ; John Walter de Longueville Gifford, Merton ; Rev. Henry Boys, Worcester ; Rev. William Whateley, Student ...

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 ...

. THE LYVERPOOL STANDARD. 2 . . • ~,..,.. ... .„ , , . .... _ . __ ..__

... and Mr. Henry Grattan, large, who coeveyed to him a purse containing £B4, to- In the District Court of Bankruptcy, at Newcastleof Ireland to England and Scotland in political and religi- W. E. Taylor, Shea and Murphy, Thomas Glenn, John who urged the ...

ATREOYAL, WILLIAMSON-SQUAR THE DIRECTION OF MR. MERCER H. SIMPSON. Public are respectfully informed, that the ..

... Ten o'clock kttree, when places in the Lower Boxes may be taken Box Book-keeper. allowed in the Dress Circle, and no Chitdi arms admitted to any part of the House. admitted Returned. Returned. Mr. W. J. HAMMOND. tePersons having demands upon Mr. Simpson ...

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.-TUESDAY

... wretch could he found in this couiery to raise his arm- against the life of her most gracious Majesty, we bad abundant reason to be grateful and thankful to Almighty God that it had pleased him to arrest the arm of the assassin, and to preserve her Majesty ...

PRIVILEGE

... cals in the House of Comm ons on L or d John sell's motion. Mr. Grote strongly insists o f necessity of according to the ministry the the radicals, and offers as an inducement to this the probability that Lord John R usse ll may principle of finality. The ...

AY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1840

... common decency.—Merthyr Guardian. DUEL BETWEEN LIEUT.-COLONEL THE EARL OF CARDIGAN (11th DRAGOONS), AND LIEUT.-TUCKETP, LATE OF THE SAME CORPS.—In consequence of the 'Earl of Cardigan having ascertained that certain letters published recently in the Morning ...

IRELAND

... explanation of the mysterious manner in which the arms were supplied. No one will believe, after what passed previously, that Lord Clarendon was ignorant of the use made of his name and authority—that the arms were furnished without his sanction, or that the ...

PRINCE ALBERT

... for the future, use and bear the royal arms, differenced with a label of three points the centre lidint charged with the cross of St. George, quarterly, with the arms of his illustrious house, the royal arms in the first and fourth clitarters. And also ...

MARRIED

... Raffles, Mr. John Brooks, to Anne, eldest daughter of the late Mr. John H 3dgkins. Same day, at St. James's Church, by the Rev. H. Hampton, Mr. David (-Word. to Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. T. Marsh. On Thursday, the 3ath ult.. at St. John the Baptist's ...

for each regimen

... the dictates of the liberator. To-morrow the new grand Conciliation Hall is to he opened ; the chair to be taken by Augustus John O'Neill, Esq. of Bomowen Castle, recently a convert to the Roman Catholic faith, and formerly Tory M.P. for Hull. If the p ...

The Paris papers of Monday are almost exclusively occupied with the insurrection in Poland. Their contents, ..

... than the usual, if so much. appearance of misery or destiution throughout the country. the other heads of the army at Sir John Littler's report of the retreat of the 62d Regiment in front of the bat- teri,s of Ferozeshah, is likely to accelerme the ...