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Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser

\ CARD JOHN CROSS begs to intimate, that his j f\ SHOW-ROOMS will be RE-OPENED on or about the 22d

... \ CARD JOHN CROSS begs to intimate, that his j f\ SHOW-ROOMS will be RE-OPENED on or about the 22d instant, with a complete and elegant ASSORTMENT of NEW GOODS for the WINTER FASHIONS, which he is now selecting, personally, in London and other markets ...

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 ...

Domestie Intelligence

... examined Bowstreet, touching the murder of English labourer named Long John. It appeared, that on Saturday evening, John KeaTsley, one of the prisoners, quarreled with Long John, and in a scuffle which ensued, Kearsley knocked him down with a thick ...

Imperial Parliament

... n of «>me petitions relative to that Mr. Monck, Mr. J. Grattan, Mr. H. Grattan n™ rand others, seemed to think favourably of such » m yne ' ' J - Maxwell, other hand, warmly opposed by Sir John aS re ' which was on H. Fitzgerald, and Colonel Trench. ...

Local Intelligence

... Bankrupts' Names. place of Meeting: Hour. April 17. John Birch, jun. Ist Blarkfriars Inn 2 111. Joshua Ashcroft, 3d White's Hotel 10 John Birch, jun. 2d Blackfriars Inn 2 George G'ussons, White's Hotel 9 John Higson, to audit White's Hotel 2 •— James Leech ...

Imperial Parliament

... Bishop Burnett that King William desired peace to be made with the Irish any terms, as there was French fleet riding with an armed force within sight Limerick so that man could say what mieht have been the fate of King William's army the treaty Limerick ...

Imperial Parliament

... Earl of Graham Sir J Powiett Lord Be'grave Viscount Grant Right Hon C Poyntz S Benett John Grant Prendergasf M G Benliuek Lord G Grattan James Price Robert - Sir Grattan Henry Pringle S W Beresford Major Grosvcnor General Prittie Hon F Bernard Thomas Grosvenor ...

Imperial Parliament

... singing psalms, and forwarding the mischievous designs of a hypocritical faction. Spades of Charlemont, Donoughmore, Burke, and Grattan defend us from such rulers. 0 how would your generous spirits have once kindled with indignation at such criminality and folly ...

Local Intelligence

... upon die information of John Dixon, by which it ap- on about the 12th day of May, the aforesaid John Vates did wilfully secrete, keep, and detain, a letter sent the post to the said John Dixon, and addressed to the said John Dixon the name and style ...

Domestic Intelligence

... both Lord Grey and his journalist have overshot the mark. Case of John Gratton.—lt will be remembered that this man was convicted at the last Spring assizes, of the murder of Mr. .John .Milbume, on the llth of May, by throwing him into the Hudderstiild ...

BRITISH REFORMATION SOCIETY

... permitted to address the meeting in defence of the articles of their faith, provided they gave in their names beforehand to 31 r. John Potter, or the Rev. .Mr. Nunn, the secretary to the society. an early hour in the evening crowds persons resorted to the chapel ...

Domestic Intelligence

... Borough, and in Holborn, on Friday morning. Several houses were entirely destroyed, and others greatly injured—On Friday Air. John Jos. Stoekdale, Ilarriette Wilson's publisher, appeared on summons before Sir K. Kirnie, charged, under the highway act, with ...