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HOUSE OF COMMONS-FRIDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS-FRIDAY.

A great number of railway bills were read a second time. The following gentlemen were sworn to try the petition against the return for the borough of Sligo :—Mr. Disraeli (chairman), Mr. J. Heywood, Sir J. Johnston, and Mr. P. Scrope. The following gentlemen were sworn to try th
25 March 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

March 16, in Paris, Juliette, wife of J. J. Leine, Esq., French Consul, Liverpool. March 17, at Holton Parsonage, Suffolk, Captain John Powell Tweed, R.N. March 18, at St. Leonards, at the advanced age of 80 years, after a long and painful illness, Lady Willoughby, relict of the
25 March 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
UNDER THE ESPECIAL PATRONAGE OF HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. fIIHE ROYAL NAVAL, MILITARY, EAST INDIA, and GENERAL LIFE

UNDER THE ESPECIAL PATRONAGE OF HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. fIIHE ROYAL NAVAL, MILITARY, EAST INDIA, and GENERAL LIFE

ASSURANCE • SOCIETY, 13, Waterloo-place, London. DIRECTORS. CLIAIRMIN.—CoIoneI Sir FREDERIC SMITH, K.H. ' R.E. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN.—Major General Sir WILLIAM • GOSSET, C. 8., K.C.H., R.E. Admiral the Right Honourable Major Gen. Arnold, K.H., K.C. Sir G. Cockburn, G.C.8.,M.P. Lieut.
25 March 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEW WORK FOR FAMILY READING. Now Ready, in Bvo., handsomely printed in large type, price 155., UNDAY NIGHT READING, in

NEW WORK FOR FAMILY READING. Now Ready, in Bvo., handsomely printed in large type, price 155., UNDAY NIGHT READING, in

Short Discourses, adapted to the Proper Lessons for the Sundays throughout the Year. Compiled from various Authors. By the Hon. Sir EDWARD GUST. Rivingtons, St. Paul's Churchyard and Waterloo-place.
25 March 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MENTAL AFFLICTION.-A PHYSICIAN retiring from practice, and going to reside in the Country, is WILLING to RECEIVE into his HOUSE

MENTAL AFFLICTION.-A PHYSICIAN retiring from practice, and going to reside in the Country, is WILLING to RECEIVE into his HOUSE

ONE or TWO LADIES AFFLICTED with LOWNESS of SPIRITS, EPILEPSY, 41c. Very superior accommodation and attention will be afforded. Premium 200 guineas. Address, post paid, M. D., care of J. Rahles, Furrier to H.R.H. the Duchess of Cambridge, 332, Oxford-street, corner of Regentcirc
11 May 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL IN TELLIGEACE.

ECCLESIASTICAL IN TELLIGEACE.

DIOCESE OF MANCHESTER.—The Bishop of Manchester has issued an important notice affecting candidates for holy orders in his newly-formed diocese. Hitherto it has been the practice amongst many right reverend prelates to issue letters dimissory to other bishops whenever candidates
11 May 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FROM THURSDAY, APRIL 13, TO SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1848. THE FRENCH REPUBLIC

FROM THURSDAY, APRIL 13, TO SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1848. THE FRENCH REPUBLIC

PARIS, THURSDAY MORNING. The germs of discord are actively developing. The Presse, which is now written with some reserve, owing to an engagement taken by the editor to abstain from irritating remarks until the elections are over, nevertheless contains the following striking sum
15 April 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
10061 4 8

10061 4 8

686 7 2 3348 16 0 2404i4 1 1132 3 3 1430 17 9 19653 7 3 39076 17 7 3 4 924 10 6
15 April 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

VIENNA, AI'RIL 7. The Emperor has resolved to close the Diet cf Preshurg in person. Some of the Royal suite are to set out to-morrow, and his Majesty and the Empiess will set out on the 10th. Tnsir Majesties will afterwards proceed to Pesti', which they have not visited since hi
15 April 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Bill were presented by Mr. G. Thompson from Bethnalgreen, Finsbury, and Whitechapel; and by Mr. Hindley, from Ashton-under-Line. The Dover

Bill were presented by Mr. G. Thompson from Bethnalgreen, Finsbury, and Whitechapel; and by Mr. Hindley, from Ashton-under-Line. The Dover

Pier Bill, the Worley Gaslight Company's Bill, and the Southampton Gaslight and Coke Company's Bill were read a third time and passed. THE CHARTIST PETITION. Mr. J. CLAY presented A petition from Dr. Charles Pearson Bell, and some other highly respectable persons, residing at Ki
15 April 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England