PROCEEDINGS OF THE In the Commons, Friday, were ordered for Donegal, vice Colonel Conoilv, deceased, and for ..

... against 44. The other names were agreed to. Mr. Grattan then moved that the house be called over on Friday, preparatory to the debate on the second reading of the Habeas Corpus Suspension Bill; but Lord John Russell opposed the motion as unnecessary, and ...

Published: Saturday 10 February 1849
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
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TRIAL OF THE EARL OF CARDIGAN

... bar. Serjeant at Arms.-Yeoman Usher, bring forth James Thomiias Brudenell, Earl of Cardigan. Mr. Putman, the Yeoman Usher, who appeared at the bar, tihers retirtd, and shortly afterwards returned, accompanied by the Earl of Cardigan, who was attired in ...

Published: Saturday 20 February 1841
Newspaper: Preston Chronicle
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2156 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

LORD CARDIGAN'S SUNDAY FLOGGING

... ik« Rev the Warden o( Wadthe fellow* of MegJelen Cu lege. p the ,b. Her- Rev John I’oilhnmin * ihoo. M A., end the tter. in. Mc.ley, M.A. fellon. M«d.len CoUegn- ( , , Her. John Chhrlcj Coleman, M.A., P . ef St. James’., near Nottingham; patton, the Rev ...

Published: Tuesday 27 April 1841
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2002 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

THE CARDIGAN DUEL

... against Captain John uglas(Uic second of »be Karl Cardigan), and 1,0 Hue bill against Captain Harvey Garaeit Phipps Tuckert, and Henty Maxwell (Captain Tuckelt's second). iMMtNsk Paymcmt Wages. —A «orre*pooi!ent intbrmi u* that •• Sir John ...

Published: Thursday 22 October 1840
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 8535 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

John Stewart, aged 22, was charged with bavinb, vember last, assaulted John Arkwright, with the intention of ..

... John Stewart, aged 22, was charged with bavin b , vember last, assaulted John Arkwright, with the intention of robbing him. in No- It was stated, that the prisoner was one of the most daring and desperate thieves in the town of Liverpool, and he was now ...

Mr. John Henry Murchison, Office, No. 19; Eases-atrpd, Strand, London

... and disfiguring both their beauti-1 forms and the beautiful materials they are built of.— LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S APPROACH TO CONSERVATISM. Meanwhile, Lord John Russell has marched as steadily towards the p'ace of a sound Conservative as Sir Robert HI has ...

HONEST JOHN BULL AND HIS MOTHER

... HONEST JOHN BULL AND HIS MOTHER. (Front the Oxford Herald.) ~, 4 . :I ; ok. it a N.4:1 Here 's a health to honest Joitx BULL ! When he 's gone we shan't find such another : With hearts and with glasses brim full, Here 's a health to Britannia, his mother ...

Imperial Parliament

... ti. ligible t9 him (Lord John Rassell.) He told them that the critlia ring Americans road derived a profit of £5,000,000 from an importation signife The of feed;* aud what did he wish to infer from that? He (Lord Eit V ohb John R;useil) should have thought ...

Published: Tuesday 06 February 1849
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... existed, which it would be their duty to watch, and as speedily as possible to allay. Mr. JOHN O'CONNELL seconded the amendment, commencing, as did Mr. Grattan, with paying a tribute of admiration to the speech of Mr. Disraeli. He then took a hurried ...

i PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT

... Duke f Wehington, the Marquu of Xormanby, the Earl of Falmouth? th Earl of Gosi'o-d, the Ear! of Winchilsea, th Earl •■> Cardigan, the Earl ol Sheffield, the Lan of v ' a -wi the Duke of Buccleuch, the Bishops if Exeter, Ro- chester, and Durham. Prayers ...

Published: Saturday 27 November 1847
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... Feb. 2. New Writs.—New wn'ts were ordered for the county of Donegal, in the room of Colonel Connolly, deceased; and for Cardigan, in the room of Mr. P. Pryse, deceased. Debts from Members of Parliament.—Mr. MOFFATT gave notice that on Tuesday next he ...

Imperial Parliament

... Noble and Learned Fusend was connected. Lord CAMPBELL regretted that he was not in the Hoeuse Of Vomamons to upce the Irish Arms Bill, a mnteasure so badly drawn up that ove the Atterney.Oeueral. for Irelaud weg unable to siplain It. Lord BROUGHAM thought ...

Published: Friday 04 August 1843
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 13616 | Page: 2 | Tags: News