CARDIGAN

... half-year and (id for a quarter. Piu>.r*D by JOHN TAYLOR, at Printing-Office King* Arms Close. High Street; and Published CHARLES ANDKKSOW, (residing at 14, St John Street,) tbe Advertiser (Hike, King's Arms Close foresaid, where Communications to the ...

Published: Thursday 25 February 1841
Newspaper: Perthshire Advertiser
County: Perthshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1856 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE EARL OF CARDIGAN

... THE EARL OF CARDIGAN. The rejection of the Earl of Cardigan by the Senior United Service Club on Tuesday last, has excited more discussion than a circumstance so natural would have provoked, but for the active Tory canvas* that had been carried on in ...

Published: Wednesday 21 July 1841
Newspaper: Inverness Courier
County: Inverness-shire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1314 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE DUEL BETWEEN THE EARL OF CARDIGAN AND CAPTAIN TUCKETT

... be- tween the Righit Ioln. the Eald of Cardigan, Lieu- ?? of the I1ith hussurs (Prince Alberts own), mld Captain Hlarvey Tuekett, late of tbe sant reti meit ; tie seconds being, ot tile part of tile EarI of Cardigan, Captain Dougldo, of tile lith hussars ...

Published: Saturday 19 September 1840
Newspaper: Caledonian Mercury
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 8048 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

ty'a Attorney-General for the culpable laxity of principle which I n displayed on the late occasion of the ..

... l for the culpable laxity of principle which I n displayed on the late occasion of the Cardigan's trial. The able letter which Mr Buchan has addressed to Sir John Campbell is listing • lied by a tone of dignified and dispaxsionate remonstrance, highly ...

Published: Saturday 20 March 1841
Newspaper: Witness (Edinburgh)
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1889 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

DINNER TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL

... for the trial of James Thomas Karl of Cardigan would be read. This was read the Clerk of the Crown of the Court Queen’s Bench, and during its reading the Peers and every one in the House stood. The Karl of Cardigan appeared at the bar, and took bis place ...

Published: Wednesday 24 February 1841
Newspaper: Inverness Courier
County: Inverness-shire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 4244 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

HOUSE OF COMMONS—THURSDAY, FEB. 1

... the Attorney-General, the Solicitor- General for Ireland, Messrs. d MIonckton Mlilnes, Stanley, John O'Connell, Ward, EHorseman, A Macgregor. Hume, Grattan, Sidney, Fox Maune, Sir W. Somer- c d viyle, Sir It. Inglis, Colonel Duane, Sir G Staunton, &c. ...

Published: Monday 05 February 1849
Newspaper: Glasgow Herald
County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... to enabled to state that both the north and iv the south of Europe the contending parties have consented to a suspension of arms for the purpose of negotiating terms of peace. The hostilities carried on in the Island of Sicily were attended with cir ...

Published: Thursday 08 February 1849
Newspaper: Stirling Observer
County: Stirlingshire, Scotland
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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... which the honourable and learned gentleman was connected was extreme y small. This called forth a brief explanation Grattan after which Sir John Walsh vindicated those who now called for immediate legislation, on the subject of the Irish Poor Law, from the ...

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... understood their business. was glad that the Government bad not congratulated the country the so-called success of the British arms in the I'unjanK for if the nation wen- thankful for them, it could only the Christian principle that reverses should he received ...

Published: Monday 05 February 1849
Newspaper: Caledonian Mercury
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 13753 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: News 

There was, it wa* true, one great exception, and that was France, but the reason why we were on good

... that country, was simply because had abstained from meddling with her internal affairs. As for the Punjaub, the state of our arms in that part of India was not such as to entitle us to look forward to being able to reduce our military establishment. The ...

Published: Wednesday 07 February 1849
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 2351 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

Domestic Intelligence

... following extract from Mr Grattan's speech is a sample of the general spirit these discourses :—When on a former occasion Roebuck spoke slightingly ofthe Irish gentlemen who thought proper to absent themselves from parliament, he (Mr Grattan) wrote him ask were ...

Published: Thursday 26 June 1845
Newspaper: Fife Herald
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 3044 | Page: 2 | Tags: none