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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 

General Intelligence

... placed at the usual distance, and on the sig na i be ing Lord Londonderry received Mr. Grattan's fire, and then fired in the air. Mr. Bodkin, M. P., on the par t of Mr Grattan, then expressed himself perfectly satisfied' and the affair terminated. A Woman Killed ...

THE GENERAL ELECTION

... second votes without prejudice to him, willrcn-j .Mr. Grattan's election much more than at first supposed. It the corporation interest should not split between Air. AI urn and the recorder, .Air. Grattan • ill he defeated. The of the poll on Friday was Moore ...

Published: Tuesday 17 August 1830
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 8054 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

Imperial Parliament

... waiting at St. Sebastian for the men, who, he believed, were still engaged in some negociations about their pay but that Lord John Hay would c every attention to their interests. Sir G. Evans made some personal observations which were met by Sir Henry Hardinge ...

THE MANCHESTER COURIER. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1836. Spain The ministry Mendizabal has been dissolved, and a new one ..

... rs in the work of agitation. On Tuesday, the 17th, a select party of the tail, amongst whom were Mr. Shiel and Mr. H. Grattan held a meeting in Dublin, no doubt by the directions of their chief, consider the most effectual means of giving expression ...

Imperial Parliament

... forward. , , which Mr, G. After a discussion which possessed little interest, m w Jam Knight, Mr. H.Grattan, Mr. I.efroy, Mr. *C'• , n ven 's amend- Grattan took pan, the house divided upon Mr. meut— _~ 27 Ayes Noes ' Majority against the amendment ••• ...

SOUTH LANCASHIRE ASSIZES

... Whig-radical clique, calling upon the non-electors to attend. John Pilling, a hand-loom weaver, was called to the chair. The principal speakers were John Aston, a disciple of Carlisle, and John Lingard, a follower of Robert Owen. A number of resolutions ...

MANCHESTER MUSICAL FESTIVAL

... William, Gertrude, Dutch Feilhor.se John, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, forester Bellhouse Mrs. John, a Scotch dress Bennett edward, in a Spanish «uit Bennett John, as the FJarl of Essex Bennett John, in a Spanish suit Bennett John, as a Corsair ...

Imperial Parliament

... a first time. ~:.m Cn tary Electors Bill was read a The Registration rl,am CU (Ireland) Bill, the first time, as were the Arms arm Turn pike Acts (Ireland) Turnpike Acts Continuance '' , es on Public Works Bill. Continuance Bill, and the ConstaD.e }yers ...

Foreign Intelligence

... was created in towen yesterday by time arrival (if Mrs. Ellice, L. G. Brown, B. Ii. Norval, Johin M'h)onsld, John L. Grant, John Brysoa, John Ross, - loundslow, David Norval, Dr. Sur- seyor, amid another uhose namse we did not learn, aboat swhose safety ...

Published: Saturday 08 December 1838
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2816 | Page: 4 | Tags: News