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LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

It is very odd, but the Tories are discontented at their victory ! How unreasonable; they have got their rate, they have obtained'their victory ! and yet they are snap- pish, ill tempered,,ind churlish. But they have not got the victory they sought! They have sustained a defeat,
December 6, 1836 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
CHURCH RATES.

CHURCH RATES.

ToDitokDziN.-CIURCHt-RATE -ABOLITION BILL.- A numerous-and respectable meeting of the inhabitants 'of Todmnorddn and itsaneighibourhood, lhas'been held on the subject of Church-rates., Mr. Win. Fielden, of Newgate- bottam, the constable, was called to the chair. Mr. J3mues Field
May 1, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

MNARKE ET S. (:f)IY.FXCliAN(;i7. FRIDAY, ?? 17. rlbre arrivro!-'rf Eri?3!"'l NVIns J 7iIFl teir irnil uy ilC II o fromi,nr irrI ~Iny, ha~t ?? crj;,i ti, ?? iltoarirl 55 thre trade is extrune1 y dull1 at th~iat lay 'i ri I it frri ?? there is scarcely airvthli g dfiiings, and the
May 21, 1839 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
ADDRESSES TO CAPTAIN PECHELL.

ADDRESSES TO CAPTAIN PECHELL.

On Tuesday evening, Captain Pechell arrived at the Sea House Hotel, when the master bakers of this town and its vicinity, waited on the Hon. Member, and presented him with the following address:- At a mneeting of the Master Bakers of the town of Brighton and its vicinity. held a
October 11, 1836 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

0, SPARE MY FLOWER. o spare my flower, my gentle flower, The slender creature of a day I Let it bloom out its little hour, And pass away. Too soon its fleeting charms must lie Docay'd, unnoticed, overthrown. 0, hasten not its destiny- Too like thy own. The breeze will roam this
August 23, 1836 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 

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STEYNING

STEYNING

Is one of the prettiest little towns in the south of Engand, and is delightfully situated at the foot of the downs near Chanctolbury Ring. The town itself is placed over the back, as it were, of a litle rising, so that enter which way you may you have to ascend a slight acclivit
October 4, 1836 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
THE FUNDS AND MONEY MARKET.

THE FUNDS AND MONEY MARKET.

THED FUNDS AND MIX03~w MUAUKET. LoNDOX, FRIDAY EVENING.-TIbe Market has been, and still continues, in a depressed state, and with little business doing. Cotrsols fluctuated on Thursday down to 9.3;, but towards the close of the week they recovered, ind now remain at 93j to j for
December 2, 1838 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

..PELICE~, WANStoffN9Ofsz7 B6OT AND 'SfAoirAVtEIs' UNrON.-Several iitembers of the boot and shoemakers'union comumittee wai'td upon the Lord Iaybt for the pufrpose of defending themselves from an at- tack vwhich they said had been 11osttslladerously rmade agaiist 'theem by thc na
October 21, 1838 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
KENSINGTON PETTY SESSIONS.

KENSINGTON PETTY SESSIONS.

ENSbwavON PE TTY . W.. DE5iy AT 'Kix6&.J~eiBoin., Whose mltikninei 'is Edward qpeechly, about tventy- fiv'e-e a-tsii h&e ?? !aiid ?? C. AM arggted, h 1, ebargedd! 01lstal at a gent1ewau Pf the nameo of Sen~i ?? Sda~r-. ~day afternoon. The offi~e was crowded.- 1T prisner 4p0eared
July 29, 1838 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
WORKING OF THE NEW POOR-LAW.

WORKING OF THE NEW POOR-LAW.

WORKING Or THE_ EW POOR-LAW. NEW Poont-L.w-REGULATIONS.-.r. Pewtress called in the course of the week upon the Lord Mayor on the subject of the correspondence between the commissioners of police and the poor-law commissioners on the subject of carrying the new poor-law into eflcc
November 25, 1838 - The Champion - London, London, England