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CORONEWS INQUEST.

CORONEWS INQUEST.

Pn D ™,* KED Suicide of am Ageo Female at a Farm V?f i. d h evening an inquest wa. held at the sign of the Five BelL, a t Old Ford. Middlesex, before Mr. Baker, the Loroner, and a respectable jury, on the remains of Ann Symonds, an aged female, who Was an inmate of Grove Hall, w
July 16, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

?? ?? took the chair at four o'clock. TRINITi HARBOUR. \ L. II \^ presented a petition from Edinburgh, in nl the Trinity Harbour Bill. The lion. Baronet ; the second reading of the Bill. [ • LORD ADVOCATE opposed the second reading, iciuld stai,- why be conceived it ought not to
July 26, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE KING'S THEATRE. (Last Night but three of the Season.) TMIS EVENING will be presented Bellini's Tragic Opera, in two

THE KING'S THEATRE. (Last Night but three of the Season.) TMIS EVENING will be presented Bellini's Tragic Opera, in two

Acts, entitled NORMA. The principal Characters by Madame G. Griii, Mdlle. As- sandri, Signor Lablache, and Signor Rubini, who has consented to resume tbe part of Pollione, in consequence of Siguor Win- ter's departure to fulfil his engagement at Turin. T (i conclude with the new
July 26, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
/M/'H X J a /_ VA RLI AM X Al.

/M/'H X J a /_ VA RLI AM X Al.

?? X J a /_ VA RL I AM X A l . HOUSE OF LORDS.— Thurso ay, Jily 7. . » e n a """ atlon of witnesses on the Stafford Disfranchise- ment Bill occupied until five o'clock. At that hour the Lord Chancellor took his seat on the Woolsack. 1 he Karl of MANSFIELD presented a petition fro
July 8, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW S7/W_VAS2I<THig Day.) ]. :-J#^ __

LAW S7/W_VAS2I<THig Day.) ]. :-J#^ __

LAW S7/W_VAS2I<THig Day.) ] ?? __ vicae__EA^__fa_oTß^*t_sußt; i Q>ttdc^ inn. Catdef— LsaqpffeliJ- 1 Lowe, to be spoke to; Jones v. Petsallj ?? ; Pametl v. Parnel^etitiont. BaJ» ec t. OawnaMey, petition ; ftogeii v. Rogers part heard ;. Marpin r.TV.I-on, two demurrers; Banovfr-* B
July 8, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT—Thursday, July 7.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT—Thursday, July 7.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT —Thursday, July 7. THE ADJOURNMENT. Mr. Cooke in the course of the morning drew the attention of Ihc Learned t ?? Mr. Harris, to the complaints made in the newspapers and elsewhere respecting ihe adjourn- ment of the Court. He said a good deal of perversi
July 8, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MEETING OF CREDITORS, BASINGHALL.STREET

MEETING OF CREDITORS, BASINGHALL.STREET

TB_.u_.ttn.. TO-MOR ROW DIVIDEND. „ J. Bushnell, Park-lane, livery-stable-keeper "{
July 8, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
„ ZOOLOGICAL SOCIET.

„ ZOOLOGICAL SOCIET.

wa s held %7V! -_T a ng °' ?? S ° ciet > for — ,lf '«' busings CI s „?i ,la y evening. William Varrell Ks,. ?? Sed -ere two ?? ,p«i„ . ?? t " ?? !" "" "•"*- Leicesler-«,_are. ' "" v _""*»• in London UN IV EttsiTY.— Locke's Statttp A handsome marble statue of I ockel,„.K OT ATTJE
July 2, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PARIAAMESTA KY DIVJSI ()SS.

PARIAAMESTA KY DIVJSI ()SS.

PA RIAAM E STA KY DI VJSI () SS. MEMBERS OF THE HOl'SE.— Thursday, Joxe 30. Motion niadr. and Question proposed — " Tfiat it is contrary to the independenc, a breach of the privilege*!., and dero- gtitory lo the character ofthe House of Commons for any of its Members to become th
July 2, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

(FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) MADRID, July 13. The state of the war in the north and the expedition to the Asturias being calculated to produce feelings amongst the electors prejudicial to the interests of the Government, en- deavours are making to convince the public that the incre
July 23, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England