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THEATRE ROYAL

... ministers arrived in Windsor till the following day.)—John Bull. THE MARQUIS OF LONDONDERRY AND MR. HENRY GRATTAN, M. P. : DUEL.—In consequence of a correspondence that took place between Mr. Grattan and the Marquis of Londonderry, respecting expressions ...

LORD DURHAM

... answer the purpose of a muff, and are, in fact, more comfortable; they are wide, and deeply trimmed with sable, so that when the arms are folded on the bosom, and the hands enveloped in the sleeves, the resemblance to a muff is peifect. SHAWL—A new one has ...

LIVERPOOL POLICE

... paid -Id. On being cross-examined, he said he knew the premises well. He did not know that the house at the corner of South John-street and at the corner of Cable-street was all one. The supervisor deposed to Mr. Riginaiden postessirv.t. no licence. On ...

PRIVILEGE

... cals in the House of Comm ons on L or d John sell's motion. Mr. Grote strongly insists o f necessity of according to the ministry the the radicals, and offers as an inducement to this the probability that Lord John R usse ll may principle of finality. The ...

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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 ...

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 ...

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... (Cheers.) Mr. H. GRATTAN agreed with the noble lord who hard just sat down that the Whitefeet ought to be put down, but differed from him in thinking-that the constitution ought to be put down with them. (Hear.) Thtey must stretch forth every arm to put down ...

TO CORRESPONDENTS

... instant, in this town. The Judges, Sir E. n.Alders.wn and Sir John Williams, are expected to arrive on the preceding afternoon, when the Court s will be opened in the usual form. Sir John Williams, though he practised so long on the northern circuit as ...

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... best Bi 1 r or Bidders, at a public Meeting of the Trustees of the sa Rbads, to be. Udell in the New Court Room, in Present arm' 'aid, on TUESDAY the Twentieth day of September Next, between the hours of Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, and, Three o'clock ...

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... subscribe to them all, and to beyond them all in saying, that it is the house which, der an undisguised duresse, passed Lord John Ru bill. But, however despicable the House of Lords be as a legislative chamber, or mock legislative club, class of nobility ...