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?? i*J*s. LAm ?? LORD LIEUTE- nANI h ' .^casion of your late visit, a. there- -1 l 'U ,ou^overe,gn,totheWe.toflre- : I "'• " Ur , Yoirau Catholic Archbishop of Tuatu, ■ <* f Roman Catholic Priests attended and ?? s " ,hrf ?? v addresses to your Excellency., I ■ ?? rx,U ?? have be
October 14, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTE LLIG ENCE.

POLICE INTE LLIG ENCE.

POLICE INTE L LIG ENCE. MAitLBOMOUGH-STREET.-Mrs. Lydia Jennings, a buxom young female, wns yesterday called upon to show cause, before Mr. Chambers, why she, in breach of the peace of our Sovereign Lord the King, had " shoved one Mrs. Price, her next door neighbour, against the
October 14, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
UNITED STATES

UNITED STATES

R.i •i r , L } v fcRPOOL, Saturdnv Evening. By the arrival of the 'Josephine advices have been received to-day from New \ orl*. to the 14th ultimo The recent alarming fi re , | n New y ork , t amount ot property has been destroyed, and which are sup- posed to have been the work
October 12, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE DEPARTURES

FASHIONABLE DEPARTURES

Colonel Carrolan and Major Debbing for Cephalonia ; Captain Esdaile for Vienna ; Colonel Le Souef for Berlin ; Colonel and Mrs. M't.owan for Bath; Major Ambrose L'Estrange for Frank- furt: Colonel and Mrs. Leverton for Caen, in Normandy; Mr. Anthony Stoughton for Sussex; Captain
October 12, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

DRURY-LANE. We were very ninch pleased to find on our arrival on Saturday evening at this theatre a full house. It wa. a suf- ficient proof of the encouragement which the manager wilt receive from the public if he offer, them the beautiful creations of Shakspeare with such cast,
October 12, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPOUTING

SPOUTING

NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER MEETING The following is a list ofthe hor_« _TS_£_.' 3 f und ?y Afternoon. Stakes and matches set down for ?? £ *? * ?? , 'f ld Meeting :— " wn m the course of the ensuing Two-year olds— Mr. Cooke's Saltator ; Sir M. Wood's chv \VI. ker or Cetua; Sir M.
October 12, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
'£ hALLOT—ST. CLEMENT DANES.

'£ hALLOT—ST. CLEMENT DANES.

""'ry. numerously attended by a certain class of the in- a"l»of St. Clement Danes, was held Ust night, to go — ■' thecereuioßy of re-electing the paid officers of the - ''"""I} Office contested wns that of surgeon, which ii_ v y ,ho l> rrt «»t incumbent, Mr. Co» K re rt ve, for
October 9, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PENITENTIARY FIRE.

THE PENITENTIARY FIRE.

1 TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. I Guard. Club, Oct. 9, 1835. Sir — I have to communicate to you the Mbatance of this letter with the request that you will insert it. content, in yeu* journal, in consequence ofthe undermentioned paragraph aj>~ pearing in the Morning Post of
October 10, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DISSENTIONin the WHIG-RADICAL CAMP.

DISSENTIONin the WHIG-RADICAL CAMP.

In a long and able article from which extracts are subjoined, Mr. Baines, M.P. for the borough of Leeds, the proprietor and editor of the L«ds Mercury, treats the Chronicle and the Globe, and Mr. O'Connell, and Mr. Coke, and Lord John Russell, and Lord Melbourne, with ju.t as mu
October 13, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
COLOSSEUM

COLOSSEUM

This most elegant of our metropolitan entertainments re- opened for the winter season last night. The whole of the fittings-up are of the most splendid and gorgeous nature, and the place altogether presents the most elegant and attractive lounge in London. The principal entertai
October 13, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England