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MINISTERIAL SAMPLES.

MINISTERIAL SAMPLES.

MORNING ( ?? ?? NOV. MoltMNc; c ?? i.k, 28, ?? buc ?? 1888. " Tho contest for the •• The parsons haver cs- Northorn Division of North- ?? the ciiw.se of .Mr. amptonshire will be severe Maunscll with a fervour to from the balanced state < >t" which no deacription ran do parties,
January 1, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

( Private Correspondence of the Morniur/ Herald.) rKGNTIKKS OP f.ril'l /i < ?? Dec. 29. The Carlists continue with vigour ttie siege of Guetaria, and there seems little doubt thai it must ultimately surrender; the garrison, which Las heeu twice reinforced hy a detach- ment from
January 4, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Our Bewdli • indent is informed that the closing prices ;ii the Stock Exchange are Invariably given in the Standard; though of course not in the whole of tlie impres- sion, on r paper going tO press before the husiness in t he Money Market terminates. With regard to the .Shan we
January 4, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
!t.._- if Nl< "'v* KKFORM ACT.

!t.._- if Nl< "'v* KKFORM ACT.

?? if Nl< "' v * KKFORM ACT. I; •'■" i ids or MAYOR CHEATF » ,- ?? r "'"'Vts, that theiv shall l„. v n Vvu, a, / \ M ?? ? 12 ?? ;i; ?? 1 ?? ;,1"•,'- -'•'• mentioned. (T|„. ?? ;. (J ' 11 " ' l«ted ;.s ' i""'*- of .ours, l differ aS mmbev <>r aldermen ■•<•'<*, iliattheiiK v V ' ,:
January 4, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
lorning Chronicle denies the fact of Sir John • tendering his resignation. Of the truth itement yesterday we have no

lorning Chronicle denies the fact of Sir John • tendering his resignation. Of the truth itement yesterday we have no

longer any t would appear, however, by the following of the ministerial journal named, that has been prevailed upon to withdraw his resignation, by the promise of a peerage r, and a quiddom. de futuro, which is my,. lescribed aa a M contingent remainder ••___ ?? ] T v r s l mlay
January 15, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

(received this morning.) PORTUGAL. (Private Corrcsponience of the Morning Herald.) "FALMOU'IH, Jan. 11. * His Majesty 's brig Dispatch arrived this afternoon from Lisbon— she left theme on the M instant By the accounts it appears that the Queen, marriage took place on the Ist in
January 13, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

(from orn private correspondent.) Dublin, Jan. 11. DUBLIN COINTV REGISTRY. The registry terminated on Saturday evening, leaving a majority for the Conservatives, the numbers being for them 21, rejected 4: foi the Radicals 111, rejected I'd. 1 should remark that in the above n li
January 13, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ROLLS' COURT, Jan. 12.

ROLLS' COURT, Jan. 12.

TRIZETANT V. FRAZER. In this case, the circumstances of which we stated at full length his Honour, upon the evidence of the case, and apart from all considerations of the more invidious features oi the evidence in support of the exceptions, overruled the Master's, report. CHERRY
January 13, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BIRTH. Jan. 2, at Wo-xlhouse, Wanstead, the lady of Wigram, Bu. ofa ion. DEATHS. Dec-. 20, at Hath, Mrs. Franc-es

BIRTH. Jan. 2, at Wo-xlhouse, Wanstead, the lady of Wigram, Bu. ofa ion. DEATHS. Dec-. 20, at Hath, Mrs. Franc-es

Rowdier, aged Dec 31, at Peterborough, .Ann, the widow oi John Cox, Esq. aged 80 • „ , .: Jan. 1, in the 74th year of her «ige, Barbara, Rev. James Ord, of Langton-hall, in thee Jan. ?? at Hastii lands, late Curate of St. (ieorge, Hanover-square. .I.iv. 1, aged 7d, Rachel, wife
January 5, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MORNING NEWSPAPERS

MORNING NEWSPAPERS

(From the Times.) As Mr. Daniel O'Connell draws near to London, every post brings with it proofs and harbingers of the coming pesti- lence. Peaceful as, hut for him, would be the country through which he passes, bis way i h marked by tbe ravages of a hos- tile invader. He breath
January 27, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England