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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OP LORDS—Tobsdat, January 26. The opening of Parliament by her Majesty in person wu mo .t interesting that has taken place for years. The first of her Majesty after the birth of heiress sppn!"Tto the Crown, was the signal for a general display of ... early twelve o'clock,
January 30, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

THE OPENING PARLIAMENT. THE INDEPENDENT PRESS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1841. It has, perhaps, never before fallen to the lot of any opposition, at the opening of any Session of Parliament, to have cat a more humiliating figure than the Tories did on Tuesday night. The great subject
January 30, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
TOWN & COUNTY NEWS.

TOWN & COUNTY NEWS.

The Ttnc* Council.—The prooredings, took place is the Cambridge Ton Coancil Thursday, iM and impartial account of which appear* Mr eolomna, win be read with paiufal interest every man, matter to what party may beloa(, who the respectability and usefulneas oar municipal instituti
January 30, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
HUNTINGDON.

HUNTINGDON.

The Huntingdon, Bedford, and Peterborough Gazette. COURT OF CHANCERY.—Wednesday, JAX. 20, 1841. BARNARD r. PCMFRETT. The Lord Chancellor gave judgment in this case, which was ao appeal from decree of the Master the Rolls, areued in this Court the beginning of last Michaelmas Ter
January 30, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
BEDFORD.

BEDFORD.

Inquest a Lunatic. —An inquest was held at the Bedford County Lunatic Asylum, on Friday, touching the death of William Johnson, aged 41, one of the unfortunate inmates. The surgeon proved satisfactorily that death was occasioned by congestion of blood brain, aad tbe Jary returne
January 30, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 

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COLLECTOR OF LAND-TAX. To the Editor. —Sir, —On Tuesday last, received a circular, stating that " in consequence of the

COLLECTOR OF LAND-TAX. To the Editor. —Sir, —On Tuesday last, received a circular, stating that " in consequence of the

defalcation of Thomas Edward Sharpe, late collector of land-tax for the parish St. Andrew the Less, re-assessment of land-tax haa been made upon tbe above parish ; and if tbe re-assessment be not paid within four days, a distress warrant will be issued." As the aforesaid Thomas
January 30, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
THE FARMER'S GAZETTE.

THE FARMER'S GAZETTE.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE WEEK ENDING JANUARY 23. (From the Mark Lane Eipreu.J The weather has, on the whole, been fine since our last, and the floods, caused by the sadden melting of the snow, are already beginning to subside. In some parts of the country very
January 30, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

LONDON, MONDAY, Jaw CORN EXCHANGE, MARK-LANg. We had sharp frost during last night, and this atmosphere is cold and dry. TTserewa, from Kent, and a fair quantity from Essex and . the condition of most the samples was ..n-"' ta caused our millers to purchase rauier seemed dispose
January 30, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS Ob Saturday last, at the Vicarage. Rromham, Beds., the la4y of the Rev. J.J. Goodale,

BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS Ob Saturday last, at the Vicarage. Rromham, Beds., the la4y of the Rev. J.J. Goodale,

of a daughter. Lately, the Rectory, Hieham-on-the-hill, Leicestershire, Sophia Frances, the wife the Rev. John Fisher, daughter. MARRIAGES. On the ISth inat., at Eden Chapel, Cambridge, (by the Re*. Thorns Pooak,) Mr. J. Player, of Saffron Walden, Essex, to Miss Chapman, of Fitx
January 30, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
JSCHWEPPE and Co, Manufacturer* of SODA WATER, LEKOHADE, and other derated Waters, by Special Appointment to Her Majesty, and ill

JSCHWEPPE and Co, Manufacturer* of SODA WATER, LEKOHADE, and other derated Waters, by Special Appointment to Her Majesty, and ill

the Royal Family, No. 51, Berner's-street, London; branch Manufactures at Liverpool, Bristol and Derby. Th* continued preference of the Public, throughout the United Kingdom, so abundantly proves the superior quality of the above Waters, that it only remains for the Manufacturer
January 30, 1841 - Cambridge Independent Press - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England