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children to be brought- up in those creeds ; but I de- BREACH OF PROMISE OF MAR- eidedly object to

children to be brought- up in those creeds ; but I de- BREACH OF PROMISE OF MAR- eidedly object to

all systems of sh acklin g and fetter- RIAGE. ing the exercise of that human m ind which the Al- mighty gave for our guidance.--(Loud cheering.) COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH, MAr 10. To all systems of exclusion on the subject of religion I BARFORD V. ORCHARD. have ever been opposed.—(
May 13, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
MEXICO.

MEXICO.

The following, received by Tepezala, near Asientos de Ibarra, by yesterday's packet, contains interesting details of the progress of English mining speculations:— On my 'road from Mexico to Za.citecas I staid a week at Guanajuato, and visited the mines which the Anglo and United
May 13, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
the benevolent single breasted coated gentlemen—( Laugh• ter)—and the quiet small bonnetted beautiful women— 1 ( Leughter)—were broken in upon

the benevolent single breasted coated gentlemen—( Laugh• ter)—and the quiet small bonnetted beautiful women— 1 ( Leughter)—were broken in upon

by the Chartists, who cried, " No peace"—who would have their own theory or nothing at all.—( Cheers.) The wise course wan to attempt as much practical good as possible. There being te.o classes is the country—one the slave class, who were without fair representation; aad the ot
May 2, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET and CITY NEWS'

MONEY MARKET and CITY NEWS'

TIME S.—The long-expected notice of an advance in the rate of interest was issued at the Bank this morning, and is in the following concise form : " Bank of England. " At a Court of Directors, held 16th May, 1839, it was resolved—' That the rate of interest on Bills of Exchange
May 17, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
CHARACTER OF THE ENGLISH PEASANTRY'. —Hodge is now growing up into a tall, lung, smockfrocked, straw- hatted, ankle-booted fellow, with

CHARACTER OF THE ENGLISH PEASANTRY'. —Hodge is now growing up into a tall, lung, smockfrocked, straw- hatted, ankle-booted fellow, with

a gait as graceful as one of his own plough-bullocks. He has grown up and gone to service ; and there he is, as simple, as ignorant, and as laborious a creature as one of the waggon-horses that he drives. The mechanic sees his weekly newspaper over his pipe and pot; but the clod
May 11, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
from exciting the apprehensions of the middle classes, and from countenancing any appeals to force. 'We saw therefore, with deep

from exciting the apprehensions of the middle classes, and from countenancing any appeals to force. 'We saw therefore, with deep

regret, the letter of Lord JOHN RUSSELL, which appeared in our paper yesterday, and which excited so many bitter comments in the Convention. The Tory Parsons, who set the bells ringing throughout the country, and drank an additional bottle of port on the day they heard of Lord M
May 11, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ARREST OF SEVERAL MEMBERiI OF THE DEMOCRATIC

ARREST OF SEVERAL MEMBERiI OF THE DEMOCRATIC

ASSOCIATION. This office was crowded to excess the entire day in consequence of thirteen persons, members of the above Association, being taken into custody last night in Ship-yard,Temple-bar, upon whom were found a number of pikes, banners, and documents relating to their proce
May 11, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
_EVENING EDITION. SUN OFFICE, 112, STRAND. BILLS DISCOUNTED.—Those of Noblemen and Gentlemen of Fortune or their Heirs would be preferred,

_EVENING EDITION. SUN OFFICE, 112, STRAND. BILLS DISCOUNTED.—Those of Noblemen and Gentlemen of Fortune or their Heirs would be preferred,

and the Acceptances of Officers in the Array and Navy, in Commission, would not be objected to. Address, po s t pa id , w i th real name and place of residence, 11., care of Messrs. Clarkson and Co., 160, Oxford-street. N.B. As the Ath'ertiser is highly respectable, personal int
May 14, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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May 14, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE SOUTHAMPTON RAILIN AY.

THE SOUTHAMPTON RAILIN AY.

Particulars may be had 21 days prior to .the sale, at the Inns, at Basingstoke, Farnham, Hartford Bridge, Bagshot, and Blackwa:er ; of Messrs. Simpson and Moor, Solicitors, Furnival's Inn ; the Mart; and at Mr. George Robins's Offices, London. IN HANTS, CLOSE TO CHRISTCHURCH, Th
May 14, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England