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DOMESTIC.

DOMESTIC.

Varliament. HOUSE OF LORDS.—MONDAY. The St. Alban's Disfranchisement Bill passed through committee, no counsel appearing to plead in opposition. The House adjourned at 25 minutes past five o'clock.
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
be Vrobinces.

be Vrobinces.

END OF THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE.—At a meeting of the General Executive Council of the Amalgamated Society, attended by five delegates front Manchester, Oldham, Bolton, and Rochdale, the following resolutions were adopted :—" I. That in consequence of the present position of our aff
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MAY 1, 1852

MAY 1, 1852

LORD JOHN'S OPPOSITION AND MR. WALPOLE'S MILITIA BILL. IN considering the division on the Militia Bill, it must be carefully borne in mind that the House gave their verdict in favour of Ministers on two separate issues, the merits of the Bill and the merits of Lord RUSSELL'S opp
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

Forsyth's History of Trial by Jury. Parker and Son. The present is a well-suited period for the appearance of a good treatise on Trial by Jury. Important changes in our judicial system have lately been effected, and still more important ones are designed. As is generally the cas
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MAY 1, 1852.

MAY 1, 1852.

" An institution like the Jury, existing for ages amongst a people, cannot but influence the national character. And it is not difficult to point out proofs of this. If Englishmen are distinguished for one moral feature more than another, it is, I think, a love for fair play, an
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS:

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS:

On the Nth ult., Lady Gladstone, Of a son. At 60, Lowndes-square, on Sunday, the 25th ult., the Hon. Mrs. Hassle Farquhar, of a son. On the 27th at Rodbourne, the wife of It, H. Pollen, Esq., of a daughter. Chi the 2f.th - ult., at 57, Chester-square, Mrs. H. A. Hunt, of a daugh
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MAY 1, 1852

MAY 1, 1852

- DINNER TO SIR JAMES BROOKE. Last evening a complimentary dinner was given at the London Tavern, to Sir J. Brooke, the Rajah of Sarawak, by a large number of merchants of the City of London, and others. Mr. Crawford, of the firm of Colvin and Crawford, East India merchants, pre
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
HERE IS YOUR REMEDY.

HERE IS YOUR REMEDY.

TTOLLOWAI"S Care of a Disordered Liver and Bad Digestion. Copy of a Letter from Mr. W. Kirkus, Chemist, 7, Prescotstreet, Liverpool, dated iith June, 1851. Sir,—Your pills and ointment have stood the highest on our sale of Proprietary Medicines for some years. A customer, to who
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
277 CRYSTAL PALACE.—The great meeting t Exeter on Tuesday is the most important demonstration that has yet been made in

277 CRYSTAL PALACE.—The great meeting t Exeter on Tuesday is the most important demonstration that has yet been made in

favour of the preservation of the Crystal Palace. The attendance was numerous and influential—all classes of the people and all sections of opinion on other topics being well repre.. sented. The names of the speakers will exemplify this, and it is rarely that, even in this arena
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
MAY 1, 1852.

MAY 1, 1852.

that on the following morning an application would be made for that purpose; but all Saturday passed over, and all yesterday passed over, without the application being made; and though we were told that affidavits were filed yesterday, no affidavit has been filed. We should wish
May 1, 1852 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England