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February 14, 1835 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
From nw LONDON GAZETTES of Fridel natal Tiosday.

From nw LONDON GAZETTES of Fridel natal Tiosday.

From nw LONDON GAZETTES of Fridel natal AAAA NERSHIPS G. and X. P. Bailey, orate Loose end revere K. E end R. C. Mopped. Uhf &diem Y., T. and F. druggists. Item/pen end Co., freemen and Dar* Kent, beewere scent and Orem redeemed* Powell ell sod Steepest red pore...eon of milk. El
February 14, 1835 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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with E. 336 Split with E. I Split with E. 101 BRISTOL INSTITUTION. afrairre.csl,l Sriencr, era the Arlo. The annual general me.ling thin Sucimr was h4l in the Lecture-rata of the Inotitution on Thormlay last, lb. Right Worshipful the Mayor, f:. Pat ac. Esq., in the Chair. ' The
February 14, 1835 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
EXPRESS FROM MADRID.

EXPRESS FROM MADRID.

I Along with accounts and reports of debates from Madrid, down to the afternoon of the 21st, we received the following letter from our own Correspondent, which is very valuable for the light which it throws on the late in- surrection, and on the intrigues and differences which l
February 2, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LA TV INTELLIGGENCE. COURT OF CIIANCERY.-SATURDAY. This being the last dav of term, the LORD CIIANCELLOR neard motion,. FIEIDlER V. SMITH. This was a motion to discharge an order of the Vice- Chancellor dissolving on injunction, which restrained the defendant from proceeding in a
February 2, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

' korsm or c"onttrows.. TUESDAY', PEBRTUARY 24. Soon after twelve o'clck ?? b;egan to Crowd into the Hloume, and at ten minutes to one, the Speaker took the chair, and proceeded to swear in'those members who had not already taken the oaths. The swearing in continued up to the mom
February 28, 1835 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Tuesday's Post.

Tuesday's Post.

01CeOiJsao i3OT. IS Majesty has been pleased to command that the C clothing ofthe Royal Marine Artillery shall in fjp- (tire be blue, with scarlet facings and gold lace, instead sq at present, scarlet with blue facings. lerrfs UPPointed by ills MAfJesty in Council, for the Year 1
February 14, 1835 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Conservative Dinner,

Conservative Dinner,

Consehvgattre Dillper, AT NEEDHANI MARKET. On Monday, about 160 gentlemen, the friends and sup. iorters of Lord Henniker, M. P., and Sir Chas. Hroke Vere, NJ. P., dined together at the George Inn, Needham, to celebrate the election of two Conservative Representa- tives for this d
February 14, 1835 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LAMBETH—DINNER TO MR. HAWES.

LAMBETH—DINNER TO MR. HAWES.

LAMfBETH-DINER TO AIR. HA WES. Last night the supporters and friends of Mr. Hawos, !MA. P. for Lambeth, gave a dinner to that gentleman at the Horns Tavern, Kennington, in celebration of his re-elec- tion as one of tile representatives for the boropgh of Lambeth. The company, whi
February 5, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY.

ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY.

Yesterday the annual meeting of the Governors and other friends of this highly valuable institution was held for the purpose of receiving a return of the most impor- tant instances of the preservation of life from drowning, and to award medals to those who had rescued their fel-
February 5, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England