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PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDO. I a z. 4 IR 0 ...i.. C E EVENING POST

PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDO. I a z. 4 IR 0 ...i.. C E EVENING POST

PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDO. I a z . 4 IR 0 ...i.. C E EVENING POST best which I can suggest for the parties BO acting being (to use • your own words) dealt with leniently.' " I will further add, that I will exert my utmost endeavours with Lord John Russell to induce his lord
May 11, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
'forth their executioners to massacre in detail the most loyal subjects of the British crown, but asserting the dominion of

'forth their executioners to massacre in detail the most loyal subjects of the British crown, but asserting the dominion of

the law over the licentious disturbers of the public peace, and giving to life and property the security which belongs to civilisation. Knowing all this we cannot wonder at the fearfully rabid state of O'CoNNELL's mind, or the scream of terror which rings through his " address t
May 11, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
BRITISH INDIA. ........0.-.

BRITISH INDIA. ........0.-.

Advices were received overland from India yesterday. Th. , : latest dates from Bombay are to the 25th of March. Sir Willoughby Cotton, wila two brigades of infantry, a brigade of caral, y, and the artillery, bad advanced towards the Bolan Pass, h tying lt4t, Shirkapore on the 23
May 11, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
DEAL.

DEAL.

_ At a meeting of the Patriotic Association, held on Wednesday, the following addrrss was adopted : " We, your Majesty's dutiful and loyal subjects, avail ourselves of the earliest opportunity of appro-ching your Majesty with feelings of sincere devotion, and respectfully offer
May 25, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
THE GOVERNMENT EDUCATION SCHEME.

THE GOVERNMENT EDUCATION SCHEME.

NORMAL Scuom..—To found a school, in which candidates for the office of teacher in schools for the poorer classes may acquire the knowledge necessary to the exercise of their future profession, and may be practised in the most approved methods of religious and moral training and
May 25, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
CONS TANTINOPLB, MAY 1.

CONS TANTINOPLB, MAY 1.

Not too long to lose sight of the Wallachian question, let u• again take a hasty vicw of it in a direction not yet noticed. Of the statistics of the provinces little has hitherto bee* known, and only a few years ago it was almost universalll thought that the united population of
May 25, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

(From the " London New Price Current" of Friday. May 24.) SUGAR—The arrivals from our West India colonies having commenced to come in largely, 8,010 !Aida, f&e., having been received since this day week, has rather operated against the sale for all kinds of Sugar tor eor,umption
May 25, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
CHURCH DISCIPLINE BILL.

CHURCH DISCIPLINE BILL.

The Bishop of EXETER said he had been intrusted with several petitions from bodies of the clergy in his district, on a subject which had occasioned great sensation among the clergy ' —he alluded to the Chnrch Discipline Bill. The petitioners saw in that bill a tendency to the ex
May 18, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Wbittbalt Cbriung Vost.

Wbittbalt Cbriung Vost.

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Flay 18. In the House of Lords, on Thursday, several petitions were presented, and the Seditious Societies' Act Amendment Bill and other bills were forwarded a stage. Petitions presented by the Bishop of EXETER, regarding the Church Discipline Bill, and by Lo
May 18, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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May 18, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England