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OXFORD MF.MOK.IAL OF CRANMER. 1.11)1.AM) LAT Y.MER.

OXFORD MF.MOK.IAL OF CRANMER. 1.11)1.AM) LAT Y.MER.

OXFORD MF.MOK.IAL OF CRANMER. 1.11)1 AM) LAT Y. MER. ■\s Conservatives, we are bound to acknowledge, that be sides tho-e strong motives of veneration and gratitude, which a recollection of the agonies endured by our Holy Martyrs never fails lo elicit,' there are othr r considerat
January 3, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSlONS.—Thvusday, Jan. 3

MIDDLESEX SESSlONS.—Thvusday, Jan. 3

MIDDLESEX SESSlONS.— Thvusday, Jan. 3 These sessions eommencc-d yesterday before Mr. Serjeant Adams and a full bench of Magistrates. The calendar is a very light one, there heing only eight prisoners charged w ith felony, the others having been com- mitted for assaults, &C. The g
January 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW SITTINGS.—(This Day.) I

LAW SITTINGS.—(This Day.) I

LA W SITTINGS.— (This Day.) I « BANKRUPTCY COURT, BASINGHALL-STREET. Before Commissioner Sir C. F. William* H.-i-rj -liurney, of Broad-streel, Bloomsbury, victualler, last ' nation at eleven precisely. Before Mr. Commissioner Merivale. I ruucbetl, of (.arraulane, Toolin-;, physic
January 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT FIRE OF LONDON.

THE GREAT FIRE OF LONDON.

The following account of this occurrence is found among the papers of Dr. Worthington, the Master of Trinity Col- lege, Cambridge, during Cromwell's protectorate. On the *2<l of September, 1666, he writes as follows to Dr. Almanacks, oneof his friends. (MS. Harl. 7,045.) " I pre
January 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
XII7PHLNS, the LEADER. "

XII7PHLNS, the LEADER. "

CHARTIST We y -.day announced in a second edition the result of er- , u(i o( . Mr Siephem on t()e ■• ".upp.y some particulars ofthe proceedings before the ?? "r T n,artinn,~an *«-p^S-v <-—<. who, w*. ; 7 Liberi' -Cn'"S contemporary, to ho„, w. have already expressed our acknowle
January 5, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF THE EARL OF CARS IV ATI!

DEATH OF THE EARL OF CARS IV ATI!

This event took place on Tuesday last, iv Gloucester-place alter an illness of only four days. The E*irl of Carnwath, and Baron Dalzell, in the Peerage of Scotland, was a Baron of Nova Scotia, and a Lieutenant- General in the army. His Lordship was born on the 13th ol February,
January 5, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.. «,

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.. «,

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. «, MANSION HOI SL.— On Thursday Dt puty Hicks, ac- companied by Mr. Duckworth, waited upon tl.e Lord Mayor, j and complaiued that some live pigs, vvhich had been consigned j to Mr. Duckworth from the northern part of Scotland, by I the ship Larl ?? for sale a
January 5, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ESSEX I.CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY.

ESSEX I.CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY.

ESSEX I CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY. ABszTxo»Ax arrasc&xfrTxoms. - Dovinoii. i xrmtVAi. \ .sg. s. a. a . a,.».; The Viscount Maynard, . , . . j . President ?? 3W 0;1 5* 0 0: Major Anderson, far Rom- t ford... ?? « « 1 Lady Mildewy ?? . $0 • 0 'A NeweU Conoop, Jan., Esq. 2S 0 0 Lieut.
January 4, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
Ksftex Quarter Session

Ksftex Quarter Session

On Tuesday tbe Epiphany Session for this county commenced, at the Shire Hall, with the county busi. ness : C. G. Roond, Esq., M.P., in the Chair. We also noticed the following Matfstrates present :— Lord •Rayleigh, J. Disney, Esq., T. W^Bramston, Esq, M ?J J_%"_ lv M.P„ SrJTajpe
January 4, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
WORKING of Tig? POOR JAW.

WORKING of Tig? POOR JAW.

To tbe -dUor of t_a __s_x «t_nd_r_> Sib,— The case ( described-* hard one) inserted ia tba last number of the Esses Standard, of a ?? ia the parish of Gosfield, consisting of seven peraons, who were forced into the workhouse -from insufficiency of earning^, and the Guardians bei
January 4, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England