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Foreign Intelligence

... moved to Springlield. Here he made friends very fast, and soon became exceedingly popular, so much so that he was selected as a Whig candidate for the Legislature, andi was triumphantly f lected, holding the office for fouryears, during which time he became ...

THE SESSION

... office have descended to become the silent slaves of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. In short, with the hope of dishing the Whigs, a Tory Government has, for the third time in forty years, abandoned the policy it was placed in office to defend. Its warmest ...

BOURTON PETTY SESSI0N

... hiis selection, and preferred Lord Palmerston as a colleague.' This is an offence which has never been forgiven, thqugh the Whig party have doneeoveeything they possibly could to compensate the amhl fir.the o'ss of ?? Journal. The Mom'afi,4 Post thinks ...

LONG ASHTON PETTY SESSION

... except the Great li astern, there are several vessels of greater tonnage 6t -the Istrian being a comparatively narrow ?? ast 1.Whig, d Ata special meeting of the guardians of the poor for the 8 teobley union, in Herefordshire, the medilcal officer for the ...

NORTH DEVON

... ; but- it is qut la htt~e let' ., ?? s pay irho flancy they have tha genius forcn a ?? 5 deal; Rii IgiPksCdnsers6Vaos and Whigs,'Cbucvnr ai hs bic i'tthe tere, have haased'theirc'salto ?? dysak ons ad ye aen't yet arrived at Suc a~yindy.TeRdclt :a dS ...

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ASSIZE

... trial for manslaughter for having caused the death of a child by selling laudanum instead of tincture of rhubarb, The Northern Whig has been informed that the sessional Crown prosecutor has been instructed to prosecute a number I of the persons who took a ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... thuith O wnghga.the5Ctp5 On'ModsAe lostnin in.B rbe, `p The err,04 rin was sAfleldlettetkein'n'my'n-A ?? stand i d rooml sto whig tharsnr'adacsu .t potn, l a~rtist, the apartment lie utovre ha herig a rereei hatd i hbostaen. Upon' h 'ltayes hn wenti'tol' ...

CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT AGAINST A BRISTOLIAN

... Goanell, near Lombard-street, London, were gutted by fire on. Monday, Mr. Rowland Alston, a gentleman once well known in pure Whig circles, has just died at the age of eighty-two, He represented Hertfordabire from 1835 to 1841, when, like so many more of ...