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Brighton Patriot.

Brighton Patriot.

,Svgion '10atriot. T'UESDAY EXIY(;_JUNE (9, 1835, edn NIoonday week, AIr. (ayley brougiht forward his motion ior dejrxciqting the cuniesncy. Ile made, .st the time, some >t~ertemnts,* which, if in.de q;i less respectable authority, .1 gilt be ifsected as fihltes. lie said tbat, i
June 9, 1835 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.

BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.

BENCII OF MAGISTRATES. Thursday, March 5.-Present- W. SEY1U11, JouvN HA LL, Esqrs. and General ST. JOINS. VEXATIOUS ?? information was laid against William Cave, the keeper of a beer-house on Mount Sion, for not having the words ' to be drunk on the lirnmises," on the samie board
March 10, 1835 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
DIEPPE.

DIEPPE.

Many interesting little anecdotes which I had intended for the amusement of the readers of your widely extended paper, must unavoidably be postponed this week, as I have been so disturbed with the noise ol punch and judy at the fair, which commenced here on Saturday, the 15th, a
August 25, 1835 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
TWO important measures have been introduced to Parliament by the Government during the past week; one,

TWO important measures have been introduced to Parliament by the Government during the past week; one,

THE DERBY MERCURY, W30ND3SDAY, MARO1 26. Twot important measures have been Introduced to Par. ! liarnent by the Government during the past week ; one, raw .x - - - for the relief of persons dissenting from the Church of England in regard to the celebration ot Marriages, and the o
March 25, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The sole engrossing topic of political discussion is, of course, the election of Speaker of the House of Commons,

The sole engrossing topic of political discussion is, of course, the election of Speaker of the House of Commons,

THE DERBY AfERCURYS, - WEDNESDAY, RIBlUEAlR 18. by which is to take place to-morrow. The Journals on both I sides are confident as to the result, the only inference nt from which is, that the struggle will be an arduous one, ?? and that those members who form the moderate party
February 18, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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
 
GREAT PROTESTANT MEETING.

GREAT PROTESTANT MEETING.

not app disci by I tice .of t Emr ve ir up I s oft ittee eport Ike a ice v; able y, tb ition ?? at co S abo repli riterfi brwa ho h g b e Ic thl hat t SHA' [relai rly d trati, PEE1 )Sstio: t fots saw I elant Shoou d we twer enti .Ious an te t stal t Lor that )rney Ind h Ald b 3a
June 24, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Lord Stanley has addressed a long, and somewhat heavy letter, to Sir Thomas Hesketh, deprecating the formation

Lord Stanley has addressed a long, and somewhat heavy letter, to Sir Thomas Hesketh, deprecating the formation

THE DERBY MERPCUIZYq W1z=ESD AY,' tuNL 24. Lord Stanley has addressed a long, and somewhatheavy , letter, to Sir 'I'llomas Desketh, deprecating thdeformation d. of Codnservative Associations. This letter has gone the he round of the Whig journals with every mark-of encomium. C, I
June 24, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

lf ?? -- Y : ghS MAJEsTY'S LzvYE.-There Majesties arrived in town on Wednesday soon after one o'clock. At two the Kingheld a levee, at ivhich Prince de Lichtenstein (on a specidlmission from the Emperor of Austria) had an audience of his Majesty, and presented he Ensign of the Or
April 8, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TO T1HE ELECTORSg OF SOUTH DERBYSHIRE. GENTLE5IEN9 v this day four years ago, I had the honour of C bhing closen your Represettative for the first time . Ut tite eventa of great importance have occurred. The (Ge thich Connected us has alas been severed, but I would Fo g oe links
May 13, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England