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T,9-MOREOW, (Wednesday,) flow -Tragedy of THE V ENGE. by the Afrieanlßoseius.—To eon*Cie With BLACK-EYpUSAN. ..

... when places in the Lower Boxes may be taken WADDS, Box Book-keeper. No Bonnets allowed in the Dress Circle, and no Chilti in arms admitted to any part of the House. Money Returned. Admission at the Stage Door, but to Persons ensiled in the business of the ...

LIVER THEATRE, CHURCH-STREET,

... pass. The chairman then resumed his seat amidst loud cheers. Mr. JOHN FORMBY next addressed the meeting upon the state and prospects of conservatism, and he was loudly cheered. Mr. JOHN SHEPPARD having been loudly called for, rose amidst much cheering ...

IRELAND

... convictions than the propriety of severing the right arm from the body of the empire. No one, his lordship adds, is better acquainted with these my sentiments than Lord Cloncurry. The Right Hon. J.. Grattan, brother of the member for Meath, has resolved ...

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... GLASGOW STEAM-,,PACKET 'COMPANY'S VESSELS The CITY OF GLASGOVew Steanier,) lontinT,EwiNG, C ander, The VULCAN, JOHN Bo D, Commander, The JOHN WOOD, ,COIAN FERGUSON, Commander, Sail from the Cl are n ce D oc k , as un d er, with - or , without Pilots:— ...

cupidit

... and yet Sir John Campbell is her Majesty's Attorney-General ! The following letter on this part of the subject appeared in the Times of Saturday : Sir,—The Attorney• General, in his opening speech upon the trial of the Earl of Cardigan, alleged as a ...

ent and- possession at this ,ry time. Delays are, proverbially, dangerous, and

... and yet Sir John Campbell is her Majesty's Attorney-General ! The following letter on this part of the subject ap. peared in the Times of Saturday : Sir,—The Attorney- General, in his opening speech upon the trial of the Earl of Cardigan, alleged as ...

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

... standing; and yet Sir John Campbell is her Majesty's Attorney-General ! The following letter on this part of the subject appeared in the Times of Saturday : Sir,—The Attorney-General, in his opening speech upon the trial of the Earl of Cardigan, alleged as a ...

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 ...

INQUESTS

... shew the. spirit of malignant hostility towards his political opponents with which Lord John Russell approached the question before the house, we give verbatim LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S ATTACK UPON THE CHARACTER OF LORD LYNDHURST. Is there, said his lordship ...

L.. 4 4 ; ment to your Majesty, offering up our most earnest prayers to Almighty God, by whom kings

... addition to the honourable Chairman and Oen. Parry, were present on the platform : Sir John Salisbury, Archdeacon Williams, the Revs. Rowland Williams, Thos. Price, John Evans, Henry Parry, Jno. Jones, David Jones, Evan Evans, T. S. 'Bowstead, H. Wynne Jones ...

SIR JAMES GRAHAM AT GLASGOW

... in Ireland? He agreed with Lord John Russell in many things. They were perfectly at one in this, that the country could not bear a revolution every year—that an established religion was necessary; and when Lord John remembered that his ancestor had died ...

SIR JAMES GRAHAM AT GLASGOW

... in Ireland? He agreed with Lord John Russell in many things. They were perfectly at one in this, that the country could not bear a revolution every year—that an established religion was necessary; and when Lord John remembered that his ancestor had died ...