Pryse Pryse, Esq., M.P.—The Queen has granted the member for the Cardigan boroughs license to assume the name ..

... Pryse Pryse, Esq., M.P.—The Queen has granted the member for the Cardigan boroughs license to assume the name and arms of Loveden, instead of that of Pryse. Vacant of Militia.—There are present sixteen of these appointments vacant, and they are not, is ...

THE EARL CARDIGAN

... THE EARL CARDIGAN. [from THE JOHN BULL.] The trial of the Earl of Cardigan has, since we last addressed our readers, been begun—proceeded with— and terminated. We cannot say as we wish it had terminated; because we should much rather have seen the most ...

Published: Thursday 25 February 1841
Newspaper: Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette
County: Wiltshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1380 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

rebuked Mr. O’Connor for daring to call li«s (.dr. Grattan’s) father rebel. The hon. member’s ech, he said, ..

... Drummond, Mr. W. S.* Walpole, Mr. Pinmptre, Mr. Kewdegate, Mr. G burn, Mr. Farrer, and Mr. John Stuart, supported the amendment; Mr. Hume, Lord Arundel and Surrey, Mr. John O’Connell, Mr. Shell, and Mr. W. K. Gladstone supported the motion, which was eventually ...

Published: Saturday 11 December 1847
Newspaper: Bell's Weekly Messenger
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 7818 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

greatest of preacher.*, and thou best of men—farewell !’* In the House of Commons, Grattan thus defined the man and

... display of troops had be made in that direction, but that the arms were taken and the arrests made without the least resistance. Ry why, it will be asked, were these arrests made and these arms seized precisely the day appointed for the funeral procession ...

GLORIOUS LETTER OF DR. GRATTAN, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, TO THE NINCOMPOOP BRADY, LORD CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND, UPON ..

... of political party crinie$. ti No, relly t-ho Whigs, headed by Lord John lRus- n se ill-no, you shall not treat the people of Ireland ii as if they were slaves-they Shaht possess arms ats ,f well as thce people of Englanyd-every mnin and boy y of them ...

GLORIOUS LETTER OF DR. GRATTAN, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, TO THE NINCOMPOOP BRADY, LORD CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND, UPON ..

... catalogue of political party Crimes. ti No, reply the Whigs, headed by Lord John Rue- , soil-no, you shall not treat the people of Ireland ?? if they wore slaves-they shall possess arms as fwell as tire reorle of England-every man and boy y of thein Shall be ...

POPULAR AND SUPKRIOR PERIODICAL WORKS, I IMPORTANT TNTPT T TriPNCF Publishing hy Grattan & Gilbeut, 51, ..

... POPULAR AND SUPKRIOR PERIODICAL WORKS, I IMPORTANT TNTPT T TriPNCF Publishing hy Grattan & Gilbeut, 51, Paternoster How. London, Map Agents, by Appointment, to her Majrety', Hoard Ordnance ■OUNVAN'S PILGRIM S PROGRESS; Gilbert's splendid Pictorial Edition ...

Published: Saturday 12 June 1841
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3625 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

th• Met. P. Grattan—

... th• Met. P. Grattan— That at present and disease, directly produced by fs. mine, are carrying of. in this Deanery, at lean seventy per day of the population: with the prospect of • fearful increase. .5 Moved by the Rev Mr. Gearty, P.P.. an) seconded by ...

Published: Saturday 22 May 1847
Newspaper: Tablet
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2176 | Page: 16 | Tags: none

GLORIOUS LETTER OF DR. GRATTAN, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, TO THE NINCOMPOOP BRADY, LORD CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND, UPON ..

... and to remove practical grie. i; vances. But, said.he, I must be enabled to )u hold Ireland under control. I must have the o Arms Registration Act renewed which you W. Whigs, when in office, declared to be abso- , lutoly necessary to preserve the peace ...

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
Type: Article | Words: 2223 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

TRIAL.OF THE.EARL OF CARDIGAN

... the Earl of Cardigan) said- How say you, my Lord, are you guilty of this felony, with which you ?? charged, or not ? The Earl of Cardigan (with a firm voice)— Not guilty. The Clerk — How will your Lordship be tried ? The Earl of Cardigan— By my Peers ...

Published: Wednesday 17 February 1841
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 26578 | Page: 2, 3, 4 | Tags: none

I HE EARL OF CARDIGAN.AND.LORD WM. PAGET

... minutes after I had placed him, Lord Cardigan called. Lord William was in the house when Lord Cardigan called on Saturday ; he was in the di awing-room. I can't say if they met. Where Lady William was when Lord Cardigan called, I don't recollect. I showed ...

Published: Wednesday 28 February 1844
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 19054 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: none