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COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

\ The Queen went in State yesterday to the House of Lords, to open the Session of Parliament, with speech from the throne. * The State Procession was formed at Buokingham Palace at | half-past o'clock, in following order: A carriage, drawn six bays, conveying three Gentlemen Ush
23 January 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
Free Trade Meeting.—The inhabitants of Luton met the Victoria Rooms of that town, on Thursday, and after hearing an effective

Free Trade Meeting.—The inhabitants of Luton met the Victoria Rooms of that town, on Thursday, and after hearing an effective

speech from R. L. Vyse, Esq., the Chairman, and from Mr. Falvejr,the Anti-Cora-law lecturer, resolutions pledging the meeting to co-operate with the League in the registration movement, and to canvass in aid of the great League Fund of quarter of a million, were carried by accla
24 January 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
ADDRESS TO T. S. DUNCOMBE, ESQ., M.P.

ADDRESS TO T. S. DUNCOMBE, ESQ., M.P.

A public soiree was given yesterday evening, at the Freemason's Tavern, for the purpose presenting Mr. Duncombe, the part of the working classed i>f London, an address expressive of their high approval of his public conduct. There were about persons present partake of the prelim
22 January 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE LATE FIRES IN DRURY LANE.

THE LATE FIRES IN DRURY LANE.

Yesterday, Mr. Bedford, coroner for Westminster, commenced at the Wellington Tavern, Drury-lane, an inquiry into the cause of the outbreak of the two fires that occurred upon the premises occupied Mr. Gray, a carver and gilder; an Mr. Maccy, a builder, situate Xo. 19, Drury-lane
22 January 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
With numerous Illustrations 2s. 6d. each, in cloth. THE USEFUL ARTS employed in the Construction DWELLING-HOUSES. The USEFUL ARTS employed

With numerous Illustrations 2s. 6d. each, in cloth. THE USEFUL ARTS employed in the Construction DWELLING-HOUSES. The USEFUL ARTS employed

in the Production of FOOD. The USEFUL ARTS employed in the Production of CLOTHING. I/mm inn; John Parker, Wert Strand. s POPULAR BIOGRAPHIES, price *. each, cloth. IR JOSEPH BANKS and the ROYAI SOCIETY. and the Rise and Progress of ZOOLOGY. SMEATON and LIGHT-HOUSES. LINN.EUS and
22 January 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
The party at Hooton Park, the seat of Sir William Masscy Stanley, Bart., has broken up, and the guests have

The party at Hooton Park, the seat of Sir William Masscy Stanley, Bart., has broken up, and the guests have

left the hospitable mansion, delighted with the unceasing care and attention of their host to render their there agreeable. In no house is the old English hospitality maintained with greater splendour than at Hooton Park, where a cellar of the choicest wines, and culinary artist
27 January 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE LATE ACCIDENT ON THE SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY.

THE LATE ACCIDENT ON THE SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY.

NiOHT.-The Coroner's inquiry , . L circumstance, attending the late disastrous accident < Eastern Railway, was resumed this afternoon, < T, the Angel Hotel, this place. The how appointed for the proceedings to commence was , o'clock; but the jury had a private meeting as early a
27 January 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.—Yesterday.

THE MARKETS.—Yesterday.

CORN MARKET, MARK-LANE, « STOCK OF GRAIN BOND Wheat Barley Outs Ream pi-,,. . In the U.K., Urn. Urn. Qrs. q„ Cl T, 1 Dec. 794,252 67,574 108,596 803 959 405?:.. In London, ' ■••... Dec-5 322,809 8,421 63,791 ... . , With the most trifling supplies of all descriptions !>f f morni
27 January 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE free trade INVESTMENT ASSOCIa TIOX.—A PUBLIC of this Association will be held THT?ftSL>.-»y Kvemn s " ext > the

THE free trade INVESTMENT ASSOCIa TIOX.—A PUBLIC of this Association will be held THT?ftSL>.-»y Kvemn s " ext > the

, 29th at the London Mechanics' Institution, Holborn, when the principles of the society will be i and addresses delivered by GEORGE THOMPSON. >'sq., and COL. T. PEUROXET THOMP3GN. The Chair to be taken at o'clock precisely. Admission without ticket. A few reserved seats for lad
27 January 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
Southampton, January 27.—The Madrid, Captain Bingham, arrived here this afternoon, with dates from Gibraltar, January 19 ; Cadiz, 20 ;

Southampton, January 27.—The Madrid, Captain Bingham, arrived here this afternoon, with dates from Gibraltar, January 19 ; Cadiz, 20 ;

Lisbon, 22 ; Oporto, 23; Vigo, 24. The Madrid could make no communication with Corunna. She saw wreck as she was going into Vigo. The following came passengers from Gibraltar:—Mr. Jackson, merchant; Capt. Simpson, Commander of the Beiram; J. Ronnie, and 6j distressed seamen wrec
28 January 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England