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The Elections, as far as any accurate account can be collected, appear to have proceeded favorably to the Con

The Elections, as far as any accurate account can be collected, appear to have proceeded favorably to the Con

TIHE DERBY MERCURY, WE.DNZ SDAY, JA&NUAUY 14- I - . . . . ?? . .. . . I servative cause, and the probability strongly is, that there will be a majority in the Houseof Commons disposed to give the present Ministers that trial which in common fairness they have a right to expect. W
January 14, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. On the lath inst., at his Lordship's house in Upper Grosvenor Street, thoe Countess de la Warr, of a daughter. On the 12th ilist., Mrs Richard Bentley, of NewvBurlingtou seet, ofa daughter. On the 15th inst., in Bedford place, the lady of Joseph Chitty, jua., Esq., of a d
January 18, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
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'Just published, price 3d. THE3[13 rRINTiNQ 3IACHIINE;i or, Companion to the ' 1 ibrry ad Rgistr o ProreslveKnowledge. London: Charl'es Knight, 22 Ludgate street. 12mo. bound, price is. E V I Z A C' S -G R A M M A R. Twentieth Edition, with ?? Corrections, Additions, and Improve-
January 18, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
PERSONAL NEWS.

PERSONAL NEWS.

- As several inexact lists of the members of the Cabinet have been published, we (Times) insert the following, which we believe is quite accurate :-Sir Robert Peel, First Lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Exchequer: Lord Lyndhurst, Lord Chancellor; Duke of Wel.. lington
January 11, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
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Just published, in 3 vols. post Ovw. price 1. lie. 6d. boards, THE MANUSCRIPTS of ERDELY. A Romance. By GEORGE STEPHENS, Esq. *" A scholar's fancy A quab-'tis nothing else-a very quab." Smith, Elder, and Co. Cornhill. MILLION of IMPORTANT FACTS, STATISTICAL DATA, and SCIENTIFIC C
January 11, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 

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THE EXAMINER.

THE EXAMINER.

LONDON, JANUARY 2S, 1835. The decision of the Deputies of the French Chamber, on the great question of the American indemnity, is not yet known. They were specially summoned, in accordance with the intimation given in our last, for the purpose of receiving a " communication from
January 25, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
LAW.

LAW.

V, COURT OF KING'S BENCH.-WESTu INSTER, JAN. ?2 Tie KINaG v. CAPTAIS RoBIsoN.-The Attorney-General moved for judgment against Captain Robison, who was tried on the 11th of December Sas" andconvicted ol having published a pamphlet containing several libels on Lieutenant-Genejl Dar
January 25, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
SOUTH HANTS ELECTION.

SOUTH HANTS ELECTION.

SOUTHIi 3ANTS EILECTION. On Tuesday, the Election for the Southern " HI' 1 Division of hamipshirre, commenced wvith the nomnina- their tion of the respective Candidates, at Southampton.- their Col. H UxE proposed Lord Viscount Palmerston as a fit they and proper persok .to Repres
January 19, 1835 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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and TO THE EL CTORS OF THE BOROU6 '.OF PORTSMOUTH. has CYErTr.EtrEN, the m Day, of Nomination is fixed for Monday._ her T ?? Polling (th et fre 'od are Tuesday and Wednesday next. lock W Ne shall cortV to- the -contest without the lge. ?? fear of thcc tgsur and we hzive only to r
January 5, 1835 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
IPSWICH, Saturday, January 3, 1835.

IPSWICH, Saturday, January 3, 1835.

IPSWICH:, santrif6g, ra'altrilry 3, 19135. His Majesty has been pleased, in the undoubted exer- cise of his prerogative toedeclare his Parliament dissolved and to order writs, to be returnable by the 15th of Feb- ruary, for the election of a New Parliament. The usual Proclamation
January 3, 1835 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England