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DESIRABLE FALLS OF WOOD.—TO BE SOLO BY AUCTION, by Messrs. Lrstt, at the Cardigan Arms Inn, Burley, near Leeds, ..

... DESIRABLE FALLS OF WOOD.—TO BE SOLO BY AUCTION, by Messrs. Lrstt, at the Cardigan Arms Inn, Burley, near Leeds, Monday, the 23d of February Inst. between the Hours of and Six o'clock in the Evening, subject to such Conditions will then produced, TWO VALUABLE ...

Published: Thursday 12 February 1829
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 1631 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

lit? Freehold Eatate at Bramley. TO SOLD AUCTIdN, Mr. John Holmes, at tbe House of Mr. Isaac Morlev, the Cardigan*

... Freehold Eatate at Bramley. TO SOLD AUCTIdN, Mr. John Holmes, at tbe House of Mr. Isaac Morlev, the Cardigan* Arms Inn, in Bramley, in the County York, (by direction of the Trustees under the Will the late Mr. John Walker, of Bramley, Millwright.) at Five o'Clock ...

Published: Saturday 27 May 1837
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 1481 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

GLORIOUS LETTER OF DR. GRATTAN, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, TO THE NINCOMPOOP BRADY, LORD CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND, UPON ..

... of political party crinie$. ti No, relly t-ho Whigs, headed by Lord John lRus- n se ill-no, you shall not treat the people of Ireland ii as if they were slaves-they Shaht possess arms ats ,f well as thce people of Englanyd-every mnin and boy y of them ...

GLORIOUS LETTER OF DR. GRATTAN, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, TO THE NINCOMPOOP BRADY, LORD CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND, UPON ..

... catalogue of political party Crimes. ti No, reply the Whigs, headed by Lord John Rue- , soil-no, you shall not treat the people of Ireland ?? if they wore slaves-they shall possess arms as fwell as tire reorle of England-every man and boy y of thein Shall be ...

GLORIOUS LETTER OF DR. GRATTAN, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, TO THE NINCOMPOOP BRADY, LORD CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND, UPON ..

... and to remove practical grie. i; vances. But, said.he, I must be enabled to )u hold Ireland under control. I must have the o Arms Registration Act renewed which you W. Whigs, when in office, declared to be abso- , lutoly necessary to preserve the peace ...

LORD CARDIGAN'S TRIAL

... honour. The Sergear.t-at Arms then said, ?? Yeoman Usher, call ia Jame* Thomas Earl of Cardigan. The noble earl was then placed outside the bar ; when The Lord High Steward, addressing him, said — James Thomas Earl of Cardigan, you have been indicted ...

Published: Thursday 25 February 1841
Newspaper: Bradford Observer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 7245 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

TRIAL OF EARL CARDIGAN

... Lord High Steward then directed the Serjeant at Arms to make proclamation for the Yeoman Usher to bring the prisoner to the bar. Serjeant at Arms. —Yooman Usher, forth James Thomas Brudenell, Earl of Cardigan. Mr. Pulraan, the Yeoman Usher, who appeared ...

Published: Saturday 20 February 1841
Newspaper: Yorkshire Gazette
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 9608 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

LORD WILLIAM PAGET v. THE EARL OF CARDIGAN.—CRIM. CON

... in Oxford Street the week before last. I never walked arm-in-arm with Lord William. I never smoked arm-in-arm with him the street. I smoked on one occasion when walking with him. was not arm-and-arm with him. ...

Published: Saturday 02 March 1844
Newspaper: Leeds Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 5318 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

TRIAL OF THE EARL OF CARDIGAN

... Tuckett was wounded, but (and nio gray nd man rejoiced at It more than the Earl of Cardigan) not dangerously. IC H. Mr. Dann, the miller, come up, and arrested the Earl of Cardigan, surg en and brought laim before a mngistrate at Wandswortb. He was coam. He ...

Published: Saturday 20 February 1841
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3311 | Page: 7 | Tags: News 

TRIAL OF THE EARL of CARDIGAN

... honour. The Sergeant at Arm.3 then said, Yeoman Usher, call in James Thomas Earl of Cardigan. The Noble E-irl was then placed outside the bar, when The Lord High Steward, addressing him, said— James Thomas Earl of Cardigan, you have been in- dicted ...

Published: Saturday 20 February 1841
Newspaper: Sheffield Independent
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 5907 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

•si Isbssss__B—.°r*r*^SL*?*i\KL OF CARDIGAN.Hf THB HOUSE OP LOWJfI

... say you, are you Guilty or Not Guilty. Tbe Earl of Cardigan, in a loud, firm, and clear voice, replied, Not Guilty. The Clerk thereupon, said, How will your Loidship be tried ?? Lord Cardigan — By my Peers. The Clerk— May God give your Lordship ...

Published: Saturday 20 February 1841
Newspaper: York Herald
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 6411 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

CARDIGAN ELECTION

... he's motion, ere H. A. Ag lionby, I*. Ainsworth. W. Aldam, John liell. John Howes, l»r. Hoarins. Joseph Hrotherton. William Itusfeild. Honourable ravendlsh. K. K C’ayler. J. W. Childcm. Hichard John K. Hen Ison, Hon. J. C. Ihindas. Ix>rd P. William Kvans ...

Published: Saturday 16 April 1842
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4563 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: none