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LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAb NEWS. THfE BRIGHTON ADDRESS IN FAVOUlR OF TIlE The ULllowing letter frost Ar. Grote was received here last week by Mr. IV. J. Faithfull:-: ." Sir,-On unrolling the parchment from Brighton, yesterday -afternoon, .with the view of presenting the petition on Vote by . ?? of Co
June 9, 1835 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
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. I ()lll~lEC'TING; TW\O GRtOYNES. I S ' kERJ BY G I VEN, thllat the CoMmis- . *j ()l r acttlig Wider the Brighiosn Iomprioveimlcit A it S str, XfT2 E 1JNDEKS, tit wi~ttin ?? fi()ont sucefiI ,,l ?? muq be Willing 1to enter ijto CON'1'I4ACTJiw r '0 Wo 6ROYNVES on the Beach, in llI
June 9, 1835 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
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
 
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
 

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THE EXAMINER.

THE EXAMINER.

LONDONT, JUNE 7, 1835. The blow is struck at the abuses of Corporations, and a decisive blow it is. We can only refer to the plan of reform as stated in our account of Parliamentary procceninos. Our observations on the jijrticulars of tile nmeasiure Wve must reserve for our next
June 7, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

MANSION HOUSE. Two men, named James Williams and John Smith, were charged with causing a great mob by hallooing forth an harrangue entitled "The Political Form of Matrimony between the Whigs and the People."-A police sergeant said that an immense mob assembled round the defendan
June 7, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
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THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT GARDEN. TO-M10Rli0NWs will be perfornied the Celebrate& Opera of PIDELIO. Leonora, Madame Mahbrars. Aft-r whx h, the Farce of DEAF AS A POSr. Tristrarn Sappy, Mr Harley. A:tervwhich, the melo-drama otTHE, MILLER AND HIS MEN. Grind;ff. Mr Diddear. On V eduesd
June 28, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
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-B '-1Ir' TI S ,H I NS T I'iT U ?? ,PiLL MAtIL.H. fthe Gallery;with a Se'ection of lPICTURES by.ANCF1ENT PASTERS, and, iearly ONE HUNDRED PORTRAITS of bistinguished Persozns' in the' Reign of Qaeen Elizaabeeh, in enarael,'by tne late H. Booe, Esq. R. IS'OPEN daily, from Ten ia th
June 28, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL EXAMINER.

THEATRICAL EXAMINER.

'We are great admirers of the dramatic genius of Victor n J.o, and of the courage with which he has always endeavoured to em- ploy the theatre as a means of conveying truth to society.. There maya be some differences of opinion as to what he really effects, but there can -be no
June 28, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England