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The Turkish navy consists at present of four ships the line 90 guns, four frigates 44, three corvettes and five

... hear that she is to sail for the Mediterranean. Mr. Sheriff Evans still continues confined in the custody of the Sergeant-at-Arms of the House ot Commons. During the week the Sheriff has been visited by large numbers of gentlemen and members of parliament ...

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... Fitzstephen French, Mr. Hawes, Mr. Smith O'Brien, Mr Bellew, Mr. Redington. Sir William Somerville. Mr. Mr. James Grattan, Mr. Morgan John O'Connell, Mr. itzpatrick, Sir George Strickland, Mr. Pigot.' and Mr. Slieil. It was supported by Mr. Shaw. Lord ...

WESTERN NEWS

... &c. EARL of CARDIGAN AND BIS RECENT CONDUCT. The Atlai alluding to this nobleman, observes:— Technically speaking. Captain Reynolds may be in the wrong, but undeniable facts still remain. It slill remains a fact that the Earl Cardigan did send a very ...

WEDNESDAY'S POST

... TUESDAY, SEPT. 22. Wssrfci TUESDAY Evening. BANKRUPTS. Tlenrv Vine '. mcras-|jne, C'itv, metal dealer John ('can Francis, Dorking, corn factor John Budd. I.i erpool. merchant I).,vid Woorlhall, Hey, Warwickshiie,timber-raerchaDt Thomas Rogers, Bristol ...

COURT MARTIAL ON CAPT. R. A. REYNOLDS

... document was given in our last paper, and its allegations will be foond in the following statement Earl Cardigan, the prosecutor: The Earl of Cardigan was called upon by the Judge- Advocate.— His Lordship, who spoke under strong excitement, and with great ...

October 7 COURT MARTIAL ON CAPTAIN R. A REYNOLDS. BBTOHTOW, THURSDAY, The Court mt this morning precisely at ..

... under fear of committal. Lieutenant John was then sworn i—he stated that Toons lsdf had told him she had twice asked Lord Cardigan why set Captains Remolds were not there (st his Lordship's house,) and that Lord Cardigan hod said they should never enter ...

THE COURT MARTIAL ON CAPT. R. A. REYNOLDS

... indignation and surprise that a report was circulated in Brighton that Lord Cardigan, at a private parly at his own house, had said that ' as long as he lived neither I nor Captain John William Reynolds should ever enter his house.' I trust that then felt as ...

LATEST INTELLIGENCE

... the Earl Cardigan, has lelt his lied, and is now able to walkabout his house iv 11 mil ton-place. The magistrates have committed one man for trial, charged principal in the attempt murder Mr. Hiddiiiph his name Dublin Evening Mail. Mrs. John Kemble, widow ...

THE TAUNTON COURIER

... THE TAUNTON COURIER. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—MONDAY, OCT LORD CARDIGAN AND CAPTAIN TtICKETT. Tub Recorder, in addressing the Grand Jury, fated that the Calendar before him contained lumerous list prisoners. It contained three diarges of cutting and wounding ...

WEDNESDAY'S POST

... Association :—«' When it shall please Providence to call me another world, son John will be ready to take my place. The Association does right to encourage him. I love my son John on account of his virtues. love him also for his resemblance to his mother ...

Miss Burdett Coutts's fortune received from the Duchess of St. Alban's amounted to £1,800,000. This is also the ..

... woman called at a country post-office, not a hundred miles from John o'Groats, with a letter which she wished posted, and tendered four eggs as prepayment of the postage of the same ?— John o' Groat Journal. In provincial paper of Saturday last appeared ...

A FEMALE SMUGGLER

... Lord Cardigan's own. Lei henceforth styled, according fact, Lord Cardigan's own, and let the motre be, 1 May I not do as I like with my own Every officer who enters it will understand fairly and distinctly, tbe term* seises os 44 Lord Cardigan's own ...