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Friday, Ist July.—Mr. Finn asked whether any instructions had been given by the Irish Government to suppress or conceal any

Friday, Ist July.—Mr. Finn asked whether any instructions had been given by the Irish Government to suppress or conceal any

of the outrages which were committed there, or whether the returns were in any way falsified ?—Col. Perceval asked whether it was true that the sub-inspectors and inspectors of police in Ireland were ordered to send in their reports of outrages marked private and confidential,”
July 2, 1836 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
REDUCED FARES. FOR EDINBURGH.—The LEITH and LONDON splendid new STEAM SHIPS, with a Bag of Letters from Post Office, are

REDUCED FARES. FOR EDINBURGH.—The LEITH and LONDON splendid new STEAM SHIPS, with a Bag of Letters from Post Office, are

appointed to sail from St. Katharine's Steam Wharf, near the Tower, as follows, viz Royal Adelaide, Wednesday Evening. 20th July, 10 o’clock. Royal William, Saturday Evening, 23d July, at 10 o’clock. Royal Victoria, Wednesday Evening, 27th July, at o’clock. And every Wednesday a
July 19, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

WINCHESTER RACES, THDBS^y. Gold Cup by Subscription of 10 sovs each, with added. Once round and distance. Mr. Finch’s c Outcast, 4 yrs . . ..... i Mr. Robertson’s Lucifer, 4 yra. . • . . . . .a Mr. Finche’s Mayflower, «yr* , . . . . .3 Sweepstakes of sovs each, with added; heats
July 2, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Firm LAST mOHT’S GAZETTE.

Firm LAST mOHT’S GAZETTE.

WAR OFFICE, JULY 1. Ist Dragoon Guards—Cornet T. B. May, from h. p. 3d Light Dragoons, to Comet, without purchase; July l. . . 7th Dragoon Guards—Comet F. J. W. Viscount Kdcoursie to be Lieut, by pur. v. Holmes, who ret; Cornet Hon. C. A. Dillon, from 16th Light Dragooni. to be
July 2, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

William Mams, Stepney, rope, line, an.l (wine-manufacturer, July 11, half-past 1, Aug. 12, It, at Basinghall-street. Sol. Mr. Holt, Fleet-street; off. assignee, Mr. Lackington, Basinghall-Ureet. . John Ham.an, Bristol, jeweller, July 27, Aug. 12, at 1, at the Commercial Rooms, B
July 2, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SHIP LETTERS.

SHIP LETTERS.

Ship Letter Bags will be made up Southampton and Havre, Brighton and Dieppe, for Letters passing between those places, to be forwarded by the regular Passage Vessels. The Postage of such Letters will be Bd. for each single Letter, and so in proportion, and the payment in advance
July 26, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Leitch Ritchie’s New Romance. Just published, in 3 volumes,post Bvo., The magician. By LEITCH RITCHIE, E.a., Aulhor of The Picturesque

Leitch Ritchie’s New Romance. Just published, in 3 volumes,post Bvo., The magician. By LEITCH RITCHIE, E.a., Aulhor of The Picturesque

Annual,” &c. Thi» ia work which will immediately become popular, ami will lake its place among the permanent farnurites. It is written with remarkable nerve. a story, it is interesting even to intensity.’ It is a thing haunt, to startle, to waylay' the reader amidst the shadows
July 12, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AMERICA AND TEXAS.

AMERICA AND TEXAS.

The following is extracted from the speech of Mr. Adams the question of the recognition of the independence of Texas : utter imbecility of the Mexican confederacy the revolt of Texas should lead immediately to its separation from that republic, and its annexation to the United S
July 20, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FAS HI OX and TABLE-TALK.

FAS HI OX and TABLE-TALK.

, jj, Their Majesties arrived the Catth l quarter past six last night, escorted St. , ‘r., .rd. The follovting also arrived :_Pnnci;.t'irof,lo FrncsV Lady De Lisle, the Rev. Mr. Wood, i.oorne. . kn ,tone Lord and Lady F. Fitzclarence, Sir Her- H'>P Joh r ' Taylor; Sir A. Barnard
July 20, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Allan Cunningham’s New Historical Robiance. This day is published, in 3 volumes post Bvo. Lord roldan; An Historical Romance. ALLAN

Allan Cunningham’s New Historical Robiance. This day is published, in 3 volumes post Bvo. Lord roldan; An Historical Romance. ALLAN

CUNNINGHAM,E»q.,Auihorof Paul Jones, &c. 11 romance of most powerful interest. ' —Carlton Chronicle. Wild, picturesque, and adventurous ; should best desenhr this work by comparing to a tale in the Arabian Nights, fpalted on vein ol Scotch pastoral poetry. Now we have scene in d
July 8, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England