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John Stewart, aged 22, was charged with bavinb, vember last, assaulted John Arkwright, with the intention of ..

... John Stewart, aged 22, was charged with bavin b , vember last, assaulted John Arkwright, with the intention of robbing him. in No- It was stated, that the prisoner was one of the most daring and desperate thieves in the town of Liverpool, and he was now ...

Mr. John Henry Murchison, Office, No. 19; Eases-atrpd, Strand, London

... and disfiguring both their beauti-1 forms and the beautiful materials they are built of.— LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S APPROACH TO CONSERVATISM. Meanwhile, Lord John Russell has marched as steadily towards the p'ace of a sound Conservative as Sir Robert HI has ...

HONEST JOHN BULL AND HIS MOTHER

... HONEST JOHN BULL AND HIS MOTHER. (Front the Oxford Herald.) ~, 4 . :I ; ok. it a N.4:1 Here 's a health to honest Joitx BULL ! When he 's gone we shan't find such another : With hearts and with glasses brim full, Here 's a health to Britannia, his mother ...

MEETING OF THE DOCK COMMITTEE

... the Earl of Cardigan amounted to nine hundred and ninety pounds two shillings. ARRIVALS AT TIIE GRAND JUNCTION HOTEL.—The Earle and Countess of Charleville, Viscount Jocelyn, the Lady Elizabeth Cole, Hon. H. Ponsonby, Col. Campbell Grattan, 1\1.P., G. ...

seemed to contain a great deal of truth. Mr. Earle's opinion then was, that we were to have the new

... the Earl of Cardigan amounted to nine hundred and ninety pounds two shillings. __ ARRIVALS AT , THE GRAND JUNCTION HOTEL.—The Earle and Countess of Charleville, Viscount Jocelyn, the Lady Elizabeth Cole, Hon. H. Ponsonby, Col. Campbell Grattan, M.P., G. ...

POLITICAL MISCELLANY

... card of Sir John Easthope, at one time a chief proprietor of the Morning Chronicle. A severe contest is expected for Cardigan Boroughs. Three candidates are in the field, the Hon. Mr. Vaughan, brother to the Earl of Lisburne; Mr. John S. Harford, of ...

DIVISION ON THE CORN LAWS

... LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S AMENDMENT. Majority against Lord John Russell's Resolution (Tellers included) 351 Minority Pairs, 17 Absent conservatives Liberals . 28 SEATS VACANT, DOUBLE RETURNS. &C. Southampton, Salop, Cornwall, Clacktnannan, Cardigan, Thetford ...

LIBERALS, 28 Archibold, R. Bellew, R. M. Callagan, D. Chalmers, P. Crawford, W. S. Denison, W. J. Drax, W. E

... Hon. R.L Stock, Serj. Talbot, C. R. M. Vane, Lord H. ANALYSIS OF THE HOUSE ON THE DIVISION ON LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S AMENDMENT. Majority against Lord John Russell's Resolution (Tellers included) . .. 351 Minority 228 Pairs, Absent ...

THEATRE ROYAL

... ministers arrived in Windsor till the following day.)—John Bull. THE MARQUIS OF LONDONDERRY AND MR. HENRY GRATTAN, M. P. : DUEL.—In consequence of a correspondence that took place between Mr. Grattan and the Marquis of Londonderry, respecting expressions ...

disciplined hand and fine taste of our old favourite, J. W. Calcraft, are readily perceptible. To this succeeds ..

... readily perceptible. To this succeeds a graphic memoir of Mr. T. C. Grattan, under the head of Our Portrait Gallery. It is illustrated by a cleverly-etched likeness of Mr. Grattan. The literary renown of this Irish celebrity will be deemed ample apology ...

ar Dulwich, the beautions —this. too, has departed

... CHARTIST RIOTERS AT THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY, HELD AT EDINBURGH, ON MONDAY LAST. — John Duncan. preacher; John Penney, mechanic; Hugh Ross, tailor; James Graham, weaver; John Scott and Peter Bennet, flax dressers ; were charged with mobbing. and rioting, ...

ry body and

... CHARTIST RIOTERS AT THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY, HELD AT EDINBURGH, ON MONDAY LAST. — John Duncan. preacher; John Penney, mechanic; Hugh Ross, tailor; James Graham, weaver; John Scott and Peter Bennet, flax dressers ; were charged with mobbing and rioting, as ...