Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 10,873 articles

LONDON,

LONDON,

THURSDAY, JANUARY 10. We find in the Hull papers a long report of a speech delivered by Mr. Urqohart at a public dinner recently given to him by a hundred and twenty of the merchants and shipowners of that opulent and nourishing sea-port. The speech relates to the errors which h
January 10, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HER MAJESTY. The Duchess ol Gloucester visited her Majesty yesterday at the new Palace. Viscount Melbourne had an audience yesterday

HER MAJESTY. The Duchess ol Gloucester visited her Majesty yesterday at the new Palace. Viscount Melbourne had an audience yesterday

ofthe Queen. The Marquis of Headfortand Viscount Melbourne joined the Royal circle at dinner last evening. Lord Lilford nnd Colonel Armstrong have succeeded the i Marquis of I lead fort and Sir William Lumley, as the Lord and Groom in Waiting on her Majesty. PRINCE GEORGE OF CAM
January 10, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ROYAL SOCIETY OF HORTICULTURE AND.AGRICULTURE.

ROYAL SOCIETY OF HORTICULTURE AND.AGRICULTURE.

ROYAL SOCIETY OF HORTICULTURE AND AGRICULTURE. Thi meetings for the session were resumed on Tuesday evening. Mr. Glenny, ?? in the chair. Professor Johnson described several iutere>fing varieties of cacti and euphorbias, which were on the table, and gave a lecture on these very s
January 10, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON,

LONDON,

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12 The principal plausibilities on the side of those who object to the existing Corn Law are these two — first, that it is clearly an advantage to have the loaf cheap, and that it would be much cheaper than it centrally is but for the Corn Law ; secondly, that
January 12, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
UNITED STATES BANE QUE ST lON.

UNITED STATES BANE QUE ST lON.

LETTER FROM NICHOLAS BIDDLE, ESQ., TO THE HOX. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. TO THE HON. J. ?? ADAMS, WASHINGTON, D.C. Philadelphia, Dec. 10, 1838. My Dear Sir— The general resumption of specie pay- ments presents a fit occasion to close our correspondence with an explanation of the course
January 8, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I. GYP T.

I. GYP T.

Accounts from Alexandria state that a new ship of the live, and the corvette on board of which the Pasha's son was to I erform his tour of the Mediterranean, were lo be launched in a lew day.. Travellers were beginning to arrive in great num- bers tft Alexandria, both from the R
January 8, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE NELSON MEMORIAL.

THE NELSON MEMORIAL.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING . OST. Sir— As you have admitted the letter of •' A Lawyer" in your journal of Thursday last, 'on the Nelson memorial, I trust you will admit a few words from a member of the me- dical profession on the same subject; indeed, I hope you will have comm
January 14, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MEETING OF CRBDITORS. BASINGHALL-STREET

MEETING OF CRBDITORS. BASINGHALL-STREET

MEETING OF CRBDITORS. BASINGHALL-STREE T r TO-MOUHOW. „ j J. Davis, Hartford, draper BO ?? „ DIVIDEND*. B. Shirley, Blackfriars.road, dealer in earthenware 3. Thompson, Rathbone.place, tallow chandler
January 8, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPORTING

SPORTING

TATTERS ALL'S. I — Y'ESTEaDAV Ti.e room was but thinly attended, yet busint>»s commenced »arly , a £reat many hor»es v>_re backed, and rather a large -mount laid out at the following prices: — 6 to 1 agst Lord Jersey's lot ?? 12 to 1 Lord Jersey's Brother to Eay Middletou {taker
January 11, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL INCOME AND EXPENDITURE,

NATIONAL INCOME AND EXPENDITURE,

The Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury having certified to the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, in pursuance of the act 10th Geerge IV., c ; 27, sec. 1, that the actual expenditure of tho United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland exceeded the ac
January 12, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England