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The proceedings in the houses of parliament last night were not very important. The appearance of the Prisons Bill in

The proceedings in the houses of parliament last night were not very important. The appearance of the Prisons Bill in

a committee of the House of Commons, however, recals attention to a subject which we have neglected, we fear inex- cusably—we mean the proposed arrangement for the religious instruction of prisoners. Some weeks sin oe we printed the proceedings of a numerous public meeting held
April 30, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
RHYMNEY IRON COMPANY BILL.

RHYMNEY IRON COMPANY BILL.

Monday, April 2'A. Read a third time— Motion made and Question put—" That the T3ill do pass :"— The House divided; Ayes 71, Noes 8. AYES. Ainsworth, I* Egerton, Ld F Kirk, P Strutt, E Bailey, J Ellis, W Law,. Hon C E Teignmouth, Baker, E Evans, W Lefevre, CS Lord Barneby, J Feil
April 30, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
grmpm'-l parliament.

grmpm'-l parliament.

HOUSE OF LORDS, Monday, April 29. The Lord CttA.NCEX._OR took his seat on the woolsack, at five o'clock. . The Duke of RICHMOND presented many petitions from the tradesmen and shopkeepers ot Piccadilly, Leicester- square, and other parts of the metropolis, in favour oi an unifor
April 30, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TATTERSALL'S—( Yesterday)

TATTERSALL'S—( Yesterday)

TATTERSALL'S— ( Yesterday) The short space of time which intervened between the close of the room and the departure of our reporter for the New- market races must be our apology for the brevity of our in- troductory remarks. Dragsman was backed freely, and rose to 6to 1, C»sar's
April 30, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. { a &' April 23, at Belmont, Kent, the Lady Han I *. still-born. the P« f ' April

BIRTHS. { a &' April 23, at Belmont, Kent, the Lady Han I *. still-born. the P« f ' April

27, at Erwaten Parsonage, the lady °' Ralph Bertiers, of a sou. MARRIAGES. „ )( ■ ( ,rt• ?? April 25, at Uttoxeter, Robert Hone, Esq., ° f S ■*»«>**» Hill, ia the county of Chester, to Penelope, young ' co t)^- -ter of James Harrison, Esq., of Wood Villa, i** of Stafford. , tf.l
April 30, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

The Devon iind Someiset stag hounds will meet oil Tuea day, at Harford; Friday, at Dulverton— at 1» at The Holder-em hounds, on Tuesday, at Burnby Village— tionsl!t 7r' 8 h ° UndS ' °" ThurBd »y. «» Lord Bute 'a Han.a- The -rancepeth hounds, on Wednesday, at Sunnvsid- - Saturday
April 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY. Aimmi. 27.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY. Aimmi. 27.

(Before Mr. Commissioner Holroyd.) IMl'O-'I'AN'T A-PI.ICAI lON. Mr. Clarksoo nid, be had the honour to appear before the Court far the purpose of drawing the attention of the learned commissioner to Ihe lst and 2d of Victoria, c. 100, , . and to lake his (the karued commissioner
April 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
NEW MAGISTRATES.

NEW MAGISTRATES.

(From the Bucks Herald.) When we gave the list of the 23 new magistrates nude by the new Lord Lieutenant, we made no comment beyond the mention of them, except pointing out that two of them were Roman Catholics, Messis. Throckmorton and Sionor, and our- objection is not to them
April 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
To be disposed ot TWO HUNDRED and FORTY excellent PINES, of the following ages, vit. :- 40 Two-years' old 40

To be disposed ot TWO HUNDRED and FORTY excellent PINES, of the following ages, vit. :- 40 Two-years' old 40

Eighteen months 80 Twelve months 80 Sackers or vs:was gm, from three to rive months. For particulars apply to Mr. Datum's*, Land Agent, Adderley, our Market Draytoo.
April 30, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TIM STOCK MUST DS SKIN TO ►OIY AN IDIA OT ITS EXTINT AND VADIETT.

TIM STOCK MUST DS SKIN TO ►OIY AN IDIA OT ITS EXTINT AND VADIETT.

TIM STOCK MUST SKIN TO ►OIY AN IDIA OT ITS EXTINT AND VADIETT. R. EALDECOTT has returned from London, and J. CALDECOTT from the Yorkshire Markets, also the Foreman (Mr. SAITE) from London, with the NEW FASHIONS for the SEASON. The latter will wait upon any Family within the dista
April 30, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England