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LORD CARDIGAN owl the 11th HUSSARS

... police sheet as follows :— James Thomas Earl of Cardigan, with committing a breach of the peace in fighting a duel, which was also signed by Mr. Dann, who also signed the charge against Captain John Douglas, of aiding and abetting in the said duel ...

Published: Tuesday 22 September 1840
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
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LORD CARDIGAN and CAPT. REYNOi

... made by Lord Cardigan in his reply, which, in the way. it has gene forth, seems to charge Capt. Reynolds with a sort of ingratitude towards his lordship. I mean the statesent with reference to Capt. Reynolds being indebted to Lord Cardigan for obtaining ...

Published: Saturday 24 October 1840
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
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TILE EARL OF CARDIGAN,

... TILE EARL OF CARDIGAN, Mr. MUNTZ rose to bring forward his motion respecting Lord Cardigan. Lord JOHN RUSSELL hoped the hon. member would not persevere, but permit the resumption of the adjourned debate. Mr. MUNTZ could not amply with the request of the ...

Published: Friday 14 May 1841
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
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LORD CARDIGAN AND THE ELEVENTH

... decided that Captain Noel must apologise to Lord Cardigan for lbs throe enumerated errors. Sir John Macdonald, Adjutant-General, desired Captain Noel to attend him, and, in the presence of Lord Cardigan and other authorities, requested the culprit to apologise ...

Published: Monday 13 November 1848
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5148 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

at Basinrhall-street—Willia..) Henry Osborn, jun., Bt. James’tstreet, Piccadilly, silversmith, MarchS. at ..

... Upper Lisson-street, Maryleboue. carriers—Thomas Lloyd. Charles Davies and John Myers, Cardigan, smiths—Thomas Lloyd and Charles Davies, Cardigan, smiths-Charles Mellor, John Venables, and Thomas Pinaer, Burslem .(as far as regards Thomas Piuder)—James ...

Published: Saturday 13 February 1847
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
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CAPT. JOHN REYNOLDS of the 11th and the HORSE GUARDS

... Adjutant Geu ral ; and Captain John Reynolds was forth ordered up from Chiche.,ter to attend at the Ho Guards, and thus allow of a personal solicitation the part of Lord F. Somerset, that he w withdraw his resignation. Captain John g, nolds arrived in London ...

Published: Saturday 16 January 1841
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
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THIS DAY’S SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

... reported; Sophia, Spence,'from St. John s, N. 8.; Alice Brooks, Ell and Brothers. Belfast, Jan. 31.-W.b.W., Feb. 1. Arrived, the Nile, Crennet, from Philadelphia. SO.—Sailed, the John Moore, for Bombay. Feb. I.—The John, of and for Belfast, from Troon, ...

Published: Saturday 03 February 1849
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
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Earl Lowe, LadyCarollue

... the Bishop of Rochester, the Earl of Cardigan, Lord Hatherton, the Earl of Ilelfast, Lord Abiuger, Lord Wharncliffe, Lord Poltiinure, and Lord Combermere ; the moment after the Chancellor of the Exchequer and Lord John Russell had announced their intentions ...

Published: Friday 21 May 1841
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
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FASHION and TABLE-TALK

... most people bestow their praise on the quality, and give httle heed to the purposes to which it is directed . —The Bishop. GRATTAN s MODE OF PREPARATION--IDS mode of preparing his speeches was very peculiar.. Ile did not write much, but he rehearsed the ...

Published: Saturday 24 July 1841
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
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The NEW PARLIAMENT

... Right Honourable Sir John Pratt, Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench. (W.) MULFORD, SUMMERS, Esq., of Sirhoury-house, county Monmouth (Lewes), for the first time returned to Parliament, descends from a common ancestor with John Seandrett Harford ...

Published: Wednesday 04 August 1841
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
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