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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. Mrs. David Davies, of Leicester-square, of a ?? Coolock, Dul1in, the Lady Elizabeth Brougb, of a daughter, ?? Dublin, the Lady Ventry, of a ?? Culiverlands, near Farnham, the lady of Captain Lord George Paedet, R.N., of a eon. MAR1UIED. At Bryanstonssquare, William Miller
May 5, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
NAVAL NEWS—SPAIN.

NAVAL NEWS—SPAIN.

o 8- PAI.. ?? ?? Norfolk's yacht) arrived yesterday from St. Sebastian, which place she left on Tuesdak,-the 8th.; but solittle.-intercourse-is there-with anrotherp rt- of Spain, that she brings no vies t.*hatevef affairsin th'at country, beyond General Evaiis's lines. The little
November 20, 1836 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
"JUSTICE TO IRELAND."

"JUSTICE TO IRELAND."

" JUSTICE TO IRELAND." IN the " General Association of- Ireland," Mr. 'CoVsO'LL made a speech of great len-th last week, in which, though somewhat qualified, lie ugain puts forth the charge, that the majorityof the English peo. ple are indifferent to the welfare of Ireland.. " Le
November 20, 1836 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.

THE TORY POLICY. Let the Conservatives adhere steadfastly to this policy. Py avoiding all movement against this ministry -as a mere faction, and confining their opposition to its bad measures, which will always furnish ample field for keeping zealous forces in exercise, the Cons
April 28, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
TO THE ELECTORS OF ENGLAND.

TO THE ELECTORS OF ENGLAND.

R London, Slmaday, April 9, IS37. As it is generally supposed that an election is near at hand, we call on the electors; of England' to consider well what course they shall pursue when the time for action arrives. If those who enjoy the privilege of voting in the election of Mem
April 10, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

II!IPORTAF4T TO ADVERTISERS!! EXTRAICTPFROMil RETURN OF STAMPS 1KM/1SED TO TI-E LONJDOX NTEWSPAPERS JA\NDING 30th OF MfARCHI, 1839. [Pritetd~ ily Order of the Hoitse of Commns.n3 THlE CHARTER, 9 weeks, from 27th Jail. to 30th of March--- Gross Ainiouint 56,000. The Circulation Ea
July 7, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
THE GENERAL CONVENTION.

THE GENERAL CONVENTION.

40p MIONDAY. The Convention assembled this day at twelve o'clock, at the Golden Lion Inn, Aston Street, Birmingham. There were present Messrs. Craig, Moir, Lovett, Hart- wvell, Neesoln, Burns, Collins, Brown, Dean, Pitkeithly; and Tiln., the new delegate for Lambneth. After tran
July 7, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
GLENELG'S DISMISSAL.

GLENELG'S DISMISSAL.

CLINELC'S DISMISSAL. ?? led Whatever may be the merits or demerits of the discord in hae the Cabinet, which has ended in the eviction of Lord GLEcNELG, rds there can he but one sentiment, anid that one a sentiment of un t it mingled joy at the result. y. What NoiMANBY may be as C
February 23, 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
POLITICIANS.---No. IV.

POLITICIANS.---No. IV.

POLUICJANt.--w-W IV. DR. LUSHINGTON. The House of Commons swarmns with bit~ristevrg.ib woaltlbe' a h 'work of some time to reckon up how mat~y it containss. Every, ows'crft of a wig and gown who contrives$, by m~eans. of -Avjifig a clerk' of the i peac fo hi unle, dr an attoirney
February 23, 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
ABSENT DELECATES.

ABSENT DELECATES.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHARTER. Newport, Monmouthshire, July 25, 1839. MY DEAR SIR,-In a speech delivered by you in the Convention on ulterior measures, you are reported thus :-" But not to insist on the number of absent delegates, he thought he had a right to ask how it was that
July 28, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England