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POOR-LAW MURDERS.—VERDICT OF A CORONER'S JURY.

POOR-LAW MURDERS.—VERDICT OF A CORONER'S JURY.

POOR-LAW NIURDEIAS.-VERDICT OF. A CORONER'S JURY. Ws take from the Taun ton Courier of last week, the following short statement, together with a copy of the Verdict of the Coroner's Jury, in which they respectfully represent to the Board of Guardians of the Taunton Union, that ca
April 30, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
CORN LAW REPEAL AGITATION.

CORN LAW REPEAL AGITATION.

EDINBURGH ANTI-CoRN-LAW ASSOCIATION.-We understand that at a meeting of this association on Tuesday last, it was resolved to send delegates to the great Manchester anti-corn law festival, on the 13th of January. We also believe that a public meeting will be held here to express
December 29, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
THE MAGISTRACY.

THE MAGISTRACY.

When we look to the enormous powers always confided to the magistrates of this country, to the great increase of those powers, and the new instruments in their hands given by the police acts that have passed the houses of Parliament, and to the manner in which certain magii- ,ra
September 1, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
WHIMS AND ODDITIES.

WHIMS AND ODDITIES.

WHEIMS AND ODDIZTES. GOOD AND B.n.-A minister, having preached a very long serumon, as his custom was, some hours after asked a gentle- man for his approbation of it. He replied that, " 'Twas very good, but it had spoiled a goose worth two of it." DRINKING DREP.-AS porson asked S
September 1, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

MUNICTZAL ELECTIONS ~RETURNS Or' THE NEW CORPORATION&. councillors elected Total Name&. tiopula . ot~r fom oisCouncil, ere. bora. ?? ?? 3737 12 .. 12 Beaumaris ?? 2497 12 ,, 12 ?? 50817 25 17 42 ?? 8340 14 4 18 Beverley ?? o.. 8263 17 1 18. Boston ?? .11240 18 . 18 Bridport . ??
January 5, 1836 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
GRAND CONFEDERATION

GRAND CONFEDERATION

GRAND CONFEDERiATLON ?? Zn Or THE TRADES UNIONS. onc. (Te Meeting, which wae anticipated in our last paper, bas taken place. The following report of the proceedings has been sent to us by a correspondetit at Manchester ?? On Monday evening last, a very numerous, and highly respec
March 20, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
MURDER OF HER CHILD BY A MOTHER.

MURDER OF HER CHILD BY A MOTHER.

*U- ---O ER CIBI Hannah i Smith,- of Darlaston, was - apprebenrled by tha constable of- that place, on Saturday the 11th, charged with hilling her own' son, a boy about six years ohlb putting him into ar draw-welL The particulars will be best learned, from the 'evidence adduced a
February 19, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

_ 0 The Turkish officer charged with the collection of the revenue at Trebisonde was assassinated there lately, by the populace, who rose upon him, and killed him as he was going out of the pacha's palace. According to recent calculations, the actual population of Sweden amounts
February 3, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
THE BOOKBINDERS AND THEIR WORKMEN.

THE BOOKBINDERS AND THEIR WORKMEN.

iTHE BOOKBINDERS AND THEIR WORKMEN1 - r - . - As we stated in our former number, the journeymen bookbinders are involved in a struggle to preserve their trade society from destruction, in which the usual course of things, in these cases, has been reversed. Their em- ployers have
February 3, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
GENERAL CONVENTION.

GENERAL CONVENTION.

CENERAL CONVENTION. MONDAY. The council met this morning 4it eleven o'clock, at the Arundel Coffee-house, Strand, when Mr. Carpenter was elected chairman, and Mr. Smart secretary. After letters from Pontypool, Tiverton, St. Luke's Charter Association, Tillicoultry, and other plac
August 11, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England