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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. THE CORN LAWS. FRIDAY, June 16.— Lord STANLEY rose to call the attention of the House to Uie present state of the laws re- gulating the importation of foreign corn. He did not mean to renew the discussion as to the policy of giving protec- tion to the agricultura
24 June 1848 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FRANCE

FRANCE

A most serious demonstration was apprehended in Paris on Friday in favour of Prince Louis Bonaparte. All the troops were confined to the barracks, and held ready to act at a moment's notice. The National Guard were privately summoned to hold themselves in readiness. This intense
24 June 1848 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MB. CRAIG S LECTURES.

MB. CRAIG S LECTURES.

To the Editor. — Several excellent lectures have lately Leen given to the Phrenological Society, by Mr. Craig. They were of so practical a nature as to be eniii ently use- ful. They were not confined to the members, and were attended by many others, who were highly gratified by
03 February 1849 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MARRIAGES. On Thursd

MARRIAGES. On Thursd

ay, at the Parish Church, by the Rev. John Teague, 8.A., the Rev. Josh. Griffiths, of Aston, near Birmingham, Wesleyan minister, to Mrs Jane Woolhouse of this place. ' Same day, Mr Robert Copley, hair dresser, to Miss Mary Ann Stewart Mr William Stacey, bookkeeper, to Miss Elisab
29 April 1843 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD PUBLIC DISPENSARY, April 24th

SHEFFIELD PUBLIC DISPENSARY, April 24th

?? uuring me weeK, .. .. 33 Discharged, ?? 101 Remaining on the Books, 1272 Plivsicians, Dr. Harwood, and Dr. Favell. Surgeons, Messrs. Gregory, Wright, Martin, Bcultbee, Chesman, and Porter. Surgeons-Accoucheur, Mr Walker and Mr. Turton. House Surgeon, Mr. Gleadall.
29 April 1843 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
...„. TATTERSALL'S—THnRBDAy..The hetfin» th .. ,f*„.„ __ „ . •' ■ •

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12 December 1840 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MONEY. ■*TTANTED TO BORROW, £5000, on good Mort- YV g a _ c Security. Apply to J. CHAM-BESS, Solicitor, No.

MONEY. ■*TTANTED TO BORROW, £5000, on good Mort- YV g a _ c Security. Apply to J. CHAM-BESS, Solicitor, No.

47, Norfolk street, Sheffield. SHEFFIELD LITERARY 6c PHILOSOPHICAL S O CI E T Y. THE Subscribers are respectfully informed, that TWO LECTURES, on "The History and Com- merce of the Western Nations, with the Peninsula of India, in Ancient and Modern Times," will be delivered by t
17 October 1840 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. ACLAND'S LECTURES

MR. ACLAND'S LECTURES

(Continued from the Third Page.) demand for labour applied in the most profitable manner, and the people would be better paid in consequence. Wages on the continent were low, but not so low as Mr. Campbell represented. He had given the wages analagous to those of our hand-loom w
17 October 1840 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER

AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER

London, Mr. R. Barker, 33, Fleet-street. Messrs. Newton and Co., Warwick-squ_* Mr. S. Deacon, 3, Walbiook. Messrs. M. & W. E. Hammond, 27, L ** Mr. G. Reynell, Chancery-lane. Clarke it Lewis, 4, Crown ct. Thie__ M * > Messrs. A. H. Baily and Co., 83, Cornhii-^ Messrs. Westley _t
17 October 1840 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WHAT DO THEY SAY OF US IN AMERICA ?

WHAT DO THEY SAY OF US IN AMERICA ?

The news of our projected tariff reform has excited scarcely less interest in the United States than in Eng- land. The New York Herald, of the 4th inst., just re- ceived, has an article headed, "The News — A Crisis in England — A Tariff Excitement," beginning thus : — " The Engl
24 July 1841 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England