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CHURCH RATES.

CHURCH RATES.

ToDitokDziN.-CIURCHt-RATE -ABOLITION BILL.- A numerous-and respectable meeting of the inhabitants 'of Todmnorddn and itsaneighibourhood, lhas'been held on the subject of Church-rates., Mr. Win. Fielden, of Newgate- bottam, the constable, was called to the chair. Mr. J3mues Field
May 1, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECKS AND APPALLING LOSS OF LIFE.

MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECKS AND APPALLING LOSS OF LIFE.

M1TqACNCOLY SIIIPWRE CKSAND 4PPALLIIj.q . ~1;i 2., . LIOSS OP LIFE'- ,LviPoL, Oat ?? aie aqnd 4Mergar01t fpr New Yori, Witb ab4pt 900 steerage passngers, besii4e -aeOety calin passengers., 'i4qdipg. 14die ,ieft iverpool by, We pmorning tide on the 5th instant. She was a. stqjut v
February 27, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR MAY.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR MAY.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR MIAY. The early part of the month was cold, and vegetation pro- gressed but little; still, however, the crops continiucd healthy, and made regular advances. Rain has been sufficiently sup- plied, but was attended with very low temperature, and once or twic
June 6, 1837 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
TORY DININGS.

TORY DININGS.

TORY DININNGS. THE'To'ries, ?? ~re s orid s, oiut of place, and living, as'the bears. aresa io-d~tadbin winter-tiner upon', eir 1006e rat, have been mneeting in many places, and. c ns nghi lq meat: atiddrink, wh '4hey have chanced to lay by ; whil t&&otherimore jugky, and not a b
January 9, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
COUNTY COURT OF REQUESTS, WESTMINSTER.

COUNTY COURT OF REQUESTS, WESTMINSTER.

.t". 7 ?? ? -? ?? - . . ?? i at S, .?o , ? 4? "'; .. .1 'F?'rly, ?, ","! ig ", . ; File MUS(Irl, Ylj-lpl? flNpTr-#, W here ?? ° sPtor' Mr~v. Murphy &~nen t' ' bsail1u it My~isther Oithelf bf 'fus arr wcsi bay li dose W4' a 11l3 1df6 u'cock Miss Cleyen--s: It is with wqgry sincere
January 9, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

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"WORKING" OF THE POOR-LAW SYSTEM.—THE COMMISSIONERS SECOND REPORT.

"WORKING" OF THE POOR-LAW SYSTEM.—THE COMMISSIONERS SECOND REPORT.

'V tffi, po-W S H .*;r ~ ~ ~ ~ .O Th,..Po-w Comii~ions m ulprnilted their Secozi Report to Lord Jdiit RigxssiLL in ref6r- ence-to the woxlking-oO the, neW' ?? ; ?? iia'k 'tfiwe wqre disppseq.t,4eclineexpalg tbn i'iujiiprour sgf contradictions, gratuitous as~usbptions ahd perversi
January 9, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

Price 6a., boards; - THE ENGLISH H0USU~K!EJ0ZP- . or Manuel of Domestici- m ent: coati* AIe6 on the Conduct of Household AAbii a eepsrste traff each particular 4martment, nA ?? Ynstriietioiitconl ing tbe Stao*i-in, t a , pm the xcjtdbe- ; Cellt, the Dl. ,Together t of rnm satceto
February 12, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
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ZV~M.~ of alrsu ane eed ha, o~a b over, and advised our readers te. 1x prize worst. We have not time this week to attempt any thing like a following of even the principal speakers through the 0ebatc on the Banhs. We, must, howeveri just pointi attention to three objects, namely,
February 12, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
LATEST ELECTION MOVEMENTS.

LATEST ELECTION MOVEMENTS.

. _HA6TINGS.-On. the anihftteed irtifeinent 'of Mi. H; .ELPHINSToxa; Mr. .R HoLmJAfs offered hffimsef td sdpjly the vacanicy, ahd proceeded to eiiivgso the bbiftiitncfy. ,UCKINGQAAI A *Refortn- 6andidate has -farfed fdr Buclixgghabmshire, so that the e6xptetatioti bf tfe T'Tdies
February 20, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
GREENACRE PROPOSED AS OVERSEER.

GREENACRE PROPOSED AS OVERSEER.

GREENACRE PROPOSED-AS OVERSEER. A letter has been addressed to a morning cotempo. rary, stating that the wretched man (Greenacre) was proposed for the office of Overseer of the Parish of St. George-the-Martyr, Southwark, on the 29th of September, 1832, and that a record of it is
April 30, 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England