NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN, THAT WILLIAM JOHN tAW, Esquire, or one ?? of Hi* Iftjeaty's Commissio- ners for the Relief

... By order of the Assignees, JOHN HALL, Solicitor. Lauemeter, Fep.gS, 1888; /* NOW LYING AT GRIFFIN'S WHARF, LONDON, TAKING IN GOODS FOB LANCASTER, PRESTON, KENDAL, UL- VERSTON, and places adjacent, J^%k THE SMACK _Cmßr JOHN ELL WOOD, Master. •.* Those ...

Published: Saturday 08 March 1828
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 8344 | Page: 1, 2, 3 | Tags: Classifieds 

Imperial Parliament

... ti. ligible t9 him (Lord John Rassell.) He told them that the critlia ring Americans road derived a profit of £5,000,000 from an importation signife The of feed;* aud what did he wish to infer from that? He (Lord Eit V ohb John R;useil) should have thought ...

Published: Tuesday 06 February 1849
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 17804 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: News 

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... existed, which it would be their duty to watch, and as speedily as possible to allay. Mr. JOHN O'CONNELL seconded the amendment, commencing, as did Mr. Grattan, with paying a tribute of admiration to the speech of Mr. Disraeli. He then took a hurried ...

i PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT

... Duke f Wehington, the Marquu of Xormanby, the Earl of Falmouth? th Earl of Gosi'o-d, the Ear! of Winchilsea, th Earl •■> Cardigan, the Earl ol Sheffield, the Lan of v ' a -wi the Duke of Buccleuch, the Bishops if Exeter, Ro- chester, and Durham. Prayers ...

Published: Saturday 27 November 1847
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 14722 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... Feb. 2. New Writs.—New wn'ts were ordered for the county of Donegal, in the room of Colonel Connolly, deceased; and for Cardigan, in the room of Mr. P. Pryse, deceased. Debts from Members of Parliament.—Mr. MOFFATT gave notice that on Tuesday next he ...

ELECTION INTELLIGENCE

... 16 Wigan ?? ?? r Manchester ?? ?? . 48 1 Ormiskirk ?? 3 . . . 43 J Roebdale ?? ?? ?? C Total ?? ?? Westmoreland Bolection.-John Barbam, Esq. andi LordI and Colonel Lowtlier, were nominated by their respective J friends at Appleby on Saturday se'nnighst ...

Published: Friday 28 December 1832
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2538 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

HOUSE OF COMMONS

... Blacklurne, John, Huddersfield Barham, John, Kendal Beelkett, Sir John. Leeds Baines. Edward, Leeds Bish, Th-mas, Leominster Bulwer. E L. Lincoln Buller, Charles, Liskeaad Blunt, Sir Charles R, Lewes, Jleutinek, Lord George. Lynn. King's Broeklehurst. John, M ...

Published: Friday 13 February 1835
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4843 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

LIST OF THE NEW HOUSE OF COMMONS

... Alexander Hope U.thian (East) R Ferguson , (_(.„,„. Balfour PeeblesLre John Hey v-rthshire Hon Fox Maule Renfrewshire Sir M Stewart Hois and Cromarty AS Mackenzie urirhshire Lord John Scott Selkirkshire A Priegle Stirlingshire Forbes SntherUindshire Roderick ...

Imperial Parliament

... Baldwin, Dr. Fitslmon. N. O'Ferrall, R. M. i Barron. H. VV. French, F. * O'Loghlen, Sergt. ' Harry, G. S. Grattan, J. Perrin, Loui* Bellew, n. Grattan, H. Power, P. Sir P. Jephson, C. D. O. Power. J. Blake. M. J. Lynch. A. H. Raphael, A. Bodkin, J. Macnamara ...

Local Intelligence

... favour of Lord Morpeth's bila- Edward Baines, John Blackburne, J. Brocklehucat, J. Brotherton, J. S. Buckingham, John E. Denison, W. EwaTt, J. Fielden, John Fort, Daniel GaskeU, Lord R. Grosvenor, C. Hindley, John Jarvis, Willam Marshall, Henry Marsland, Lord ...

Published: Saturday 11 June 1836
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 18271 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: News 

Imperial Parliament

... government? »f ßl should fulfil his duty to his constituents, and persevcrmgly oppose every motion founded upon this , Mr. H. Grattan eulogised Mr. Peel tor his manly conduct in owning his error. , . Sir J. Mackintosh most cordially concurred every part of ...