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were made, with a view to prejudice the government of his hoble friend (Lord Norrnanby) it was better not to

were made, with a view to prejudice the government of his hoble friend (Lord Norrnanby) it was better not to

go into such gross exaggerations—(hear). Ha did not accuse any member of that house of having been vrties to this of conduct ; but he would that if this was the manner in which it was attempted to create an impriesioii ageinst,the government of Lerd NJrmanby, he could ace no har
April 16, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
THE ENGLISH CHRONICLE, TUESDAY, APRIL 16.

THE ENGLISH CHRONICLE, TUESDAY, APRIL 16.

believed that, under an administrasion carried out upon be some very strong colour for anything like principles as these, no tranquillity would be established na ree.Ta par declaration of cenfedence . in the govern( land' nor did he believe that the heart of Ireland would be re.
April 16, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
ARMING AND TRAINING.

ARMING AND TRAINING.

RETURN to an ADDRESS of the Hononrable the HOUSE of CostmoNs, dated April 8, 1839; for. of LETTER from the SECRETARY Of STATE for the HOME DEPARTMENT to the LORDS LIEUTENANT Of certain COUNTIES, respecting Arming and Training. Whitehall, March 23, 1839. Sir,—Having been informed
April 16, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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HOUSE OF LORDS—MoNDAY. CARLETON'S DIVORCE BILL. alf-past t -- At hhree o'clock, the LORD CHANCELLOR took seat at the table, when the examination of witnesses at the , '•bar in snPPort of Capt. Carleton's Divorce Bill was resumed. Dent, the witness under extmination on Friday, wa
April 16, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
ARCHES' COT RT-MONDAY.

ARCHES' COT RT-MONDAY.

(Before_ Sir HERBERT JENNER) This being the first day of term, the dean of the Arches, the civilians, and the proctors, a , .tended prayers. John Wills, E.g., the younger, afterwards admitted one of the proctms exercent of court, suojpct to the usual limitations, pursuant to a r
April 16, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
JOLLY AND BERRIDGE V. BAINES.

JOLLY AND BERRIDGE V. BAINES.

The churchwardens of the parish of Sr. Mar.in's proceeded in this case against Mr. Raines, for the snbstraction of church rates. The cause was brought by letters of request from the commissary of the diocese. The rate in dispute was made on the 9‘h Mav,1833, but Mr.l3,ines negle
April 16, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTRLLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTRLLIGENCE.

(RECEIVED THIS MORNING.) DEAL, Aran. 17.—Wind S.W., fresh.—Arrived the James Hunt, —, Rotterdam. Came down from the river, Arab, Westmoreland, Hobart Town; Garyonne, Alexander, Rio Janeiro ; Falcon, M ahoney, Barbaloes; Emanuel, Dearness, Quebec ; Mariner, Bartlett, ditto ; Ores
April 18, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.

Sir,—Being unable to teach the original calumniator or calumniators of my daughter, Lady Flora Hastings, and having received no mark of public reparation from her Majesty's reaponsible advisers, I consider it due to my personal and family honour to show that I have sought it. I
April 18, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
ABUSRS IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.

ABUSRS IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.

Ma. EDITOR,—Mr. Higgs, of the Recelvera' office, in Westminster Abbey, having published in your paper a statement of our preferment, in such a way as leaves it doubtful whether the whole or part of it be not derived from that collegiate church; and one minor canon having fully e
April 18, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

A well.dressed young man, who gave the name of Johnson, but whoae real name is Blewitt, was brought before Mr. DYER, charged with having robbed Messrs. Cramer and Co., of Regent-street, of a quantity of music; and likewise, by fraudulent means, obtained an accordion from Mr. Gra
April 20, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England