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... Geucial of Sbippiu,, Ciuluiui, Loiidou, 57 years. May ),at Brambling, aged 13 months, Eliza Anne, daughter John Wood, esq. (i. N. April 18, Mr. John Harris of Lower Hardres, aged 40. April 19, at Gravesend, aged after painful dines of tjvo years, Mungo, ...


... millions. (Hear, hear.) there not Ireland, then, a sufficient number constitute us an indepenpent nation? it was a maxim of Grattan—and one which has long since sunk deep into my heart—* let country submit to be a province, when she is stiong enough be a ...


... Dowutou**Thomas esq., James Brooghaoi, esq./ Wooiton Mahon, Lord Porchesur Morrison/ Mr. / Devizes** John Pearse,esq G W.Taylor, esq. VVarwick**John Tomes, esq / Bolton King, esq St. Micbael*s**Hon. Lloyd Kenyon, H«n. V\rn. Best Weob»y**Tbe Hon. H. F ...


... Rochefort a and L. W. Chapman Wexford (Town) —C. A, Walker Wicklow (County)— James Grattan and J. Howard York (County)— Lord Morpeth, Sir John V. B. Johuafone, John Chas. Ramsden, and George Strickland. another lesson for the people. DUBLIN UNIVERSITY ...

From the London Gazette OF TUESDAY LAST. DECLARATIONS INSOLVENCY. E. Drake, Siroud, Gloact ticrshire, maltMer, ..

... Fitzroy square. T. Ashworth, Rochdale, Lancashire, corn dealer, and miller, 1o surrender June 24. Sol, Messrs. Norris and Co. John street, Bedford row. M. Brown, Gatestead, Durham, publican, June 17. Sol. Mr* Shaw, Ely Place. R. Edmond, Birdliogton quay ...


... he was able to see three of them. He, with his master and his master’s son, went in pursuit of them. Mr. Ba; ford, sen. was armed with a double-barrelled gun. his son with a single, and the journcvman with a pitchfork. They proceeded to the end of the village ...


... county—Sit R. Keane and Mr. J. M. Galwav B Wexford, county —Mr. Carew and Mr. Lambert Wicklow —Mr. R. Howard and Mr. J. Grattan Westmealh, countj —Mr. N. Chapman and Sir R, Nagle Waterford, city —Mr. Christmas a and Mr. Barron. Out of 185 Irish members ...


... King's subjects from Portugal.— Hear, hear. —Let them execute the law—let them restrain British vessels from conveying men and arms to Portugal. Let them send their fleets to the Levant, where they are more wanting than in the Douro or the Tagus. Let them ...

Published: Friday 08 February 1833
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 9669 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none


... and Offices executed by deputy, the Arm and Navy Departments, is unnecessary and inexpedient as means of remunerating public service. ENGLAND. Aglionby, H. A. Cocker- Hodgson, John—Newcastle mouth Humphery, John—SouthwarV Astley, Sir J. D.—Wilts, N ...

Published: Tuesday 19 February 1833
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 470 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

HOUSE OF COMMONS, Friday, March 8

... be Of Captain Rock and his family. Mr. J. BROWN said he knew that all classes in Irelat.' anxious to have this Bill. w, Sir JOHN KEY felt that in addressing tLe House for th time, after the debate had been protracted to so unu* 1 length, and after every ...

Published: Tuesday 12 March 1833
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1830 | Page: 2 | Tags: none


... Or with undulating motion Swell her sails above (he oeean. And my heard song Aa pace the deep along; O’or the waters I found Arm’d with thunder’s pealing sound. Wild and strange these notes I sing Then, *tis but whispering. Whose dying cadence hath begmled ...

TUESDAY. Jane 16

... Lieutenancy of the county of Sussex, and that it has been offered by the Government to the Duke Richmond, who has accepted it Mr. John Bury Dascnt, one of the parties charged with absconding avoid examination before the Ipswich Election Committee, was brought ...