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AMERICANISMS.

AMERICANISMS.

AM1ER~lIC5A NISMlS. A Nasi I tesri.. .-" ()iue llud Driliper W~o triedl nt I tica a fews davs dgO fo~r th i racing ili ad ( (leia lt in ?? a1 ,ipi~h/llt" hen's a lh *stus senitenced to a tine of fiftceen dllairs andi three months iri~lriisul tue lit. 1/ic} .Yeir I ri lea/ i;n y't
July 13, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRI VA TE CORn K :SP ONDE'N~CE. BRUsSSI hS, JUI.Y 7. Sinde the pubolir ation of the general ordetr to the srm^. all idea of voluntary enrolment for tbe Spanish servic appears to has e been ahbiidlled ; but desorters ft iso I'russia or iollandl nre again fttrnishlcd * ith tiassepo
July 11, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHURCH-RATES AT MANCHESTER.

CHURCH-RATES AT MANCHESTER.

CHURCH-RATC AT MANCHESTER. On Wednesday, at ?? o'clr, a mepting of rate. payers of the parish of Manchtester wiss held in the eollegiate e'h Lirchk of thit a towS it 'in conlforsnitv with II anso sttuuwre tr the hurcwurdnsfor thle purpose~ of considernug tshe pro- priety of levyi
July 10, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDRNCR. LISBON, JUNE 2.. [FRIOM ourl OWN COtRnESPONIDF.NT.] Since my letter by the last packet everything has pro- ceeded here in the usual quiet routine, and tranquillity p)revails everywvhero. The new Admini stration appears to act perfectly in concert, though i
July 14, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FEMALE EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA.

FEMALE EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA.

FEMAIALE )'2MIG(RA 7'ION TO U4STI'?ALI A. 'lie eighth vessel, islijili has been taken up by th? lie- ernit.eitt and the Eon ciation Committee. tOt' the purpose ot' itiri vitig cot female entigratits to the m'elonia?. sailed aim llioradiv afti'tttooti last. 'kite ?? hail ettoa?etl
July 14, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—July 7.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—July 7.

| CEhNTRAL CRIMINAL COtTRT.Auily 7 ' james OLD COURT. d 'James Ravenscroft Bloomfield, n person of gentie- i. nianly exterior. and a minister of the Church of Eng- lainl, was indicted for steeling a pair of spectacles, the t prihperty of Charles Douglas, Esq. lslr Clarlson, in st
July 11, 1835 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ROBBERY OF WATCHES AND JEWELLERY.

ROBBERY OF WATCHES AND JEWELLERY.

iOBBERY OF WATCHES AND JEWILLERY. A few days ago we referred to the apprehension and conviction of a notorious character of the name of Clarkson, who, in England, Ireland, and Scot- land, had signalized himself as an expert thief and housebreaker, and who, till he fell into the h
July 11, 1835 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WILLIAM COBBETT.

WILLIAM COBBETT.

WILLIAM COBRETT. I (From the Dumfries Courier.) THE world and all its concerns have closed on William Cobbett. On Thursday last, this extraordinary man departed this- life at his farm in Surrey, at the age of 73, and with a composure and sweet serenity which contrasts strikingly
July 11, 1835 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
the poor laws had baffled the ablest Statesmen in England' Mr. Pitt had failed, Mr. Whitbread had been defeated, the

the poor laws had baffled the ablest Statesmen in England' Mr. Pitt had failed, Mr. Whitbread had been defeated, the

humane endeavours of Mr. Sturges Bourne had not been able to accomplish their reformation. It was only when the last Poor Law Bill was brought in that a stand could be made against the evils of the system. This should be a warning t° the House not to rush hastily, and without pr
July 9, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING – HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 9. THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY'S BILL.

THE MORNING – HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 9. THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY'S BILL.

THE MORNING - HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 9. THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY'S BILL. The following is an outline of the Bill introduced a few days ago by the Archbishop of Canterbury, for protecting the revenues of vacant Ecclesiastical Benefices without Cure of Souls, and for preventing
July 9, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England