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MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

M ISCELLANEOUS. Their Mttijesties are represented as continuing in the en- joyment of excellent health at Brighton, anid the Duchess of W Gloucester is now convalescent, Their Majestiest will qn it a Brighton on the 20th inst., and preceed direct to Windsor. WIa Thre Duike of Cum
February 8, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SOUTIH UNION RAILWAY PUBLIC SMEETING AT STOCKPORT.

SOUTIH UNION RAILWAY PUBLIC SMEETING AT STOCKPORT.

On Monday se'nnight a very numerous meeting of the in. at habitants of Stockport, was held a the Manor Court Room, ft in pursuance of a Requisition to the Mayor of that town, cc signed by nearly 200 of the principal manufacturers and tradesmen-." to take into consideration the p
February 8, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
011 IE UMONT).

011 IE UMONT).

UMONT). -As Mr. Archibald at wo ah..tit to ret.: n home tlw 4th fn.l4 a the tenantry and mite, of !hl4 Once. in Le to a• fair 1. Ito. haw where ehjot thren•ei,. • fill the ..rote!, drrimed. an I wa• heard of hitt, till Sunday n his on &remota or Lit Ili. was fiat a afteraank silo
February 15, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
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emerie of hi. comtireectv. tit:Ali-4.e, loon. ever, in a orator II! will armory to refer for am ..1 his iu Parliament, In his attempt to brim.; in. in at. almovt empty Ilon e . and amid 11w Imughter of Id. the " 17u t^ of the Pert) shire farmers. Or to spode local addressee to hi
February 15, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
time into . upon various subjects, which may crone smiler the consideration of Parliament ; but, I shortly say, that,

time into . upon various subjects, which may crone smiler the consideration of Parliament ; but, I shortly say, that,

duly app reciatlng the excellence of our Constitution In Much and Stare. I am det.-,,died to support the Nat preregativett of the Crown—the her e ditary House of Lords, in the independent action of . its legislative functionsand the rights and liberties of the people. I am, as i
February 1, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
CATTLE MAIiKETS.

CATTLE MAIiKETS.

P LO CATTLE. Mto ELT, Jnnar r.—Tbio 4 ply of was. tor the time of yea•, tallier great of moderstely good. of valve• anti Iwo keit. limited. Trade was. with the pi of earl; 1 . 111.10 f meat, somewhat !NIA, at fully ; with toe middling and inferior html,. very dull. at barely, la
February 8, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
TIIE CONSTITUTIONAL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1837.

TIIE CONSTITUTIONAL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1837.

3. Petitions were presented from and other platy, in favour of an entire abolition of church rates by Lord Brougham, in which his Lordship said he entirrly concurred._ The Marquis of Conyn6ant his Majesty's answer to the Address, %bleb was read by the from the Woolsack. kir Loan
February 8, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
FIMAY, FEIRrAIT 3.

FIMAY, FEIRrAIT 3.

Sir Samuel Whalley gave notice of a motion for the repeal of the Window Tax on the 4th of May. 1,00 l J. Russell gave notice that on Monday he should more that orders of the day take precedence of motions on Mondays, N'edoestleys, and Fridays. On the motion of the noble Lord, th
February 8, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
TILE CONSTITUTIONAL, WEDNESDAY, :FEBRUARY 1, 1837. -------- – –

TILE CONSTITUTIONAL, WEDNESDAY, :FEBRUARY 1, 1837. -------- – –

TILE CONSTITUTIONAL, WEDNESDAY, :FEBRUARY 1, 1837. —no sll Weft. promised , not Prer•of all the Peers pompom:lv a 1, ,, ,, nimed ; not title Baronet; the two Comity Member*, the only County ?itemisers present ; the four City llwiiral Members; three Metubers of the Metropolitan Di
February 1, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
MEMORABILIA.

MEMORABILIA.

The Parliament, it is understood, will he opened by Commission. Lord is to move, and Lord Suffield i. to second, the. Address in the House of Lords. 'I lie Address in the of Commons will be ranted Mr. Sandford, M. I'. for Somerset, and seconded Mr. Villiers Stuart. Tile Duke of
February 1, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland