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
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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
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TRIAL AND ACQUITTAL OF THE EARL OF CARDIGAN

... Steward (Lord Denman) directed the Sergeaut Arms to make proclamation for the Yeoman Usher fo bring the prisoner the bar. Sergeant at Arms.—Yeoman Usher, bring forth James Thomas Brudenel), Earl of Cardigan. Mr. Pulman, the Yeoman Usher, who appeared ...

Published: Saturday 20 February 1841
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 2895 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

TRIAL of LORD CARDIGAN

... asked How say you, James Thomas, Earl of Cardigan, are you guilty or not ? Tbe Earl of Cardigan, in a firm voice, replied Not guilty, mv Lord. The Clerk— How will you be tried, Lord ? Tbe Earl of Cardigan— By my Peers. The noble prisoner then took ...

Published: Saturday 20 February 1841
Newspaper: Western Times
County: Devon, England
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TRIAL OF THE EARL OF CARDIGAN

... Not Guilty. The Serjeant at Arms then said, Yeoman Usher, call in James Thomas, Earl of Cardigan. The noble earl having been placed at the bar, The Lord High Steward, addressing him, said, James Thomas Earl of Cardigan, you have been indicted for a ...

Published: Friday 26 February 1841
Newspaper: Royal Cornwall Gazette
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 4460 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE CARDIGAN COURT-MARTIAL

... THE CARDIGAN COURT-MARTIAL. In bis defence, Cant. Richard Anthony Reynolds laid the main stress the manner in which Lord Cardigan had treated his first letter, and the necessity inquiry into the previous insulting treatment had experienced f'roni his ...

Our Petty Sessions were held on Wednesday last before John Batten, Wm. Hoakins, and Hoskins, Esquires. ' ..

... Our Petty Sessions were held on Wednesday last before John Batten, Wm. Hoakins, and Hoskins, Esquires. ' Assault.—Two youths named George Pile and John Andrews were fined' 10s. each and costs,, for assaulting and beating Mary Ann Samways and Sarah iiartlett ...

Published: Saturday 10 February 1849
Newspaper: Sherborne Mercury
County: Dorset, England
Type: Article | Words: 4533 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

) horse ports.” Jrilish tissioa es, ; total In ad•r* the fullowthem s and better armed. Kra.ce car* '* f

... ) horse ports.” Jrilish tissioa es, ; total In ad•r* the fullowthem s and better armed. Kra.ce car* '* f Cleansing and removal of nuisances. invasion by sealing all the French ports through a vigorous blockade ? Which is most probable that Great llritain ...

Published: Saturday 17 January 1846
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 6572 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Irish treason lias been scotched, if not killed, in the person of John Mitchell, the self-styldH felon. After ..

... clubs have been formed, drilled, and armed ; the laws defied ; the public peace practically dej stroyed ; rebellion stimulated ; an outbreak promised until at last the Government have been compelled to resort to armed occupation of the country. Mr. Mitchell ...