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GUILDHALL—LONDON,

GUILDHALL—LONDON,

Mr. Thompson Orinsby Brearton, who was , understood to belong to the Idsli Bar, was ie esamined the charge of stealing a *' VC ble spoon from the collee room of the Belle Suavage. Ludgale-hill. The spoon was missed on the same night that the prisoner took up his lodging at the a
08 April 1837 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

have no farther news from Spain any importance. have already stated. Don Sebastian arrived Inin the Ist ; his Royal Mistiness had six battalions. the 2d he removed to Tolosa, after inspecting the works |run and Fontarabia. and placing a cordon of 5,000 men, extending from Inin t
08 April 1837 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LORD MORPETH.

TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LORD MORPETH.

c;rO THE ROlT ONOTURABL LOR O1PtTflZ fln..htlL _ anuarf 5th,18.$V ?? tlhenpuick ?? that some s legthe ieglatrn r opposea to Mr. O'Conwnell, if sf h Ye oaterlg threpoor gi lawi on ifs own merits, made it a ?? ng tretrog which to fire sarcasms and caufreaast tr o ur ha asble and em
15 March 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC MENTING AT PERTH.

PUBLIC MENTING AT PERTH.

On the evening of Thursday se'rrniglit, a meeting was held in the Mliddle Church of Perth, at which Dr. Stewr art, of Brouighshane, arid Dr. Cooke, of B3elfast, appeared as a depritation finol the Synod of Ulster, to advocate the scriptttral schvine of education aflojited by tha
27 January 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WVEEI. (Abridged/from fte Mark-Lane .tpreosso of.lfonday, January 23.) On Friday though the receipts of Wheat had been only ino- derate, yet, with the samples left over, there was a good show upon the stantis as to quantity, but the quiali
27 January 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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PETITIONS IN THE COMMONS.

PETITIONS IN THE COMMONS.

?? ?? . . . . ?? * Colonel Thompson addressed a very sensible'letter a few days ago to the Working Mens' Association, in which he dwelt with a caustic and well-merited seve- rity on what appears to us a very absurd and perni- cious precedent lately established in the House of Co
15 March 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A LIBEL ON THE CHIEF BARON.

A LIBEL ON THE CHIEF BARON.

A very vulgar and ignorant writer, in a very vul- gar and ignorant evening paper, charges us with hav- ing libelled the Chief Baron. We may have done so, for we told truth, and truth is unfortunately a libel. We, however, adhere to what we before stated-namely, that the Chief Ba
15 March 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BISHOPS' DECLARATION OF WAR.

THE BISHOPS' DECLARATION OF WAR.

I .TE BIgISOP' 19CLA1ATION OF WAR. - The fool's bolt is soon . Therq has been a tremendous explosion of episco- pal wrath in the' House of Lords. The Archbishop of Canterbury, charged with the combustible senti- ments of fifteen prelates, blew up on Thursday night. Not a vestige
15 March 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIVISION OF FRIDAY.

DIVISION OF FRIDAY.

Alston, Rowland Acheson, Lord Andover, Lord Berkely, Hon G Bler, Edwardwa Butler, P 1y3ng, Rt Hon G S Byrg, George Campbell, W Cave, Robert Otway Childers, J W Colqtrhoun, 3 C Conyyghiam, Lord A Chester, H Dunide, T Edwards, Colonel Etwalt, R Fezakerly, J N Grosvenor, Lord R Gue
14 December 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VICEREGAL COURT—LEVEE AT THE CASTLE.

VICEREGAL COURT—LEVEE AT THE CASTLE.

VICEREGAL COURT-LEVEE AT THE CASTLE.I Yesterday his Excellency Earl Mulgrave held his first leves for the season at the Castle. The Lord Lieutenant entered the Presence Chamber at two o'clock. His Excel lency was rttired in the uniform of a field marshal, and looked in excellent
14 December 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland