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THE DIVISION OF MONDAY

THE DIVISION OF MONDAY

In the Ministerial Majority, Anson, Hon. Colonel Campbell, Sir .I. Loch, J. Anson, SirG. Chetwynd, Major Paget, Lord A. Attwood, T. Evans, W. Talfourd, Sergeant Brocklehurst, J. Finch, F. Thornely, T. Buller, E. Leveson, Lord Villiers, Hon. C. P. In the Minority. A'Court, Captai
May 11, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
The determination which it is well known her Majesty has taken, not to allow the change the government to interfere

The determination which it is well known her Majesty has taken, not to allow the change the government to interfere

with the ladies who form her Court, has given great offence to the Tories, and has disappointed many female aspirants to Court distinction Globe. Her Majesty will give her first concert on Monday, the 13th inst. at Buckingham-palace. The talents of Signora Grisi, Signors Tamburi
May 11, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
INQUEST.

INQUEST.

On Wednesday last., an inquest was held at the County General Infirmary, Stafford, before Robert Fowke, Esq. coroner, on view of the body of boy named William Dicks, who died on the previous Monday. It appeared from the evidence of Mr. Stephen Ingram, of Stowe, in this county, s
May 11, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE GENERAL INFIRMARY.

STAFFORDSHIRE GENERAL INFIRMARY.

Friday, May 10, 1839. Discharged. Admitted. In-patients cured 10 In-patients Made out-patients Out-patients Out-patients cured 1 Remaining the House .... Physician, Dr. Harland.—Surgeon, Mr. Masfen. Rev. R. Anlezark, Rev. E. Whitby, Thos. Salt, Esq. and R. Beech, Esq., House Vis
May 11, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Gipshs and Begging Letter. Writers. Extract from the First report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire as to the best

Gipshs and Begging Letter. Writers. Extract from the First report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire as to the best

means of establishing an efficient Constabulary Force the Counties of England and Wales. -It is very seldom that gipsy men are the tent at night: they return home about daybreak. The women and children always state of nudity. Gipsies have an!i: there is the Cooper family, the St
May 11, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Watering-Places visit to watering-place offers so many charms and advantages to those who are confined in towns during the greater

Watering-Places visit to watering-place offers so many charms and advantages to those who are confined in towns during the greater

part of the year, and who have but a limited respite from the toils and cares of business, that the vast majority of such persons prefer it to any other mode of spending their leisure. There can be no doubt that they act wisely so doing • but some directions will be found useful
May 11, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, May 3. Petitions from several parts of the country in favor of au uniform jenny postage were presented. Lord BROUGHAM was understood to put question to the Arch)ishop Canterbury respecting the postponement of the Church Jiscipline Bill, and after some con
May 11, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
PRESENTATION of PLATE to ROBERT BLURTON, Esq. OF SMALLWOOD MANOR, CHAIRMAN OF THE COUNTY RATE REDUCTION COMMITTEE. AT a MEETING

PRESENTATION of PLATE to ROBERT BLURTON, Esq. OF SMALLWOOD MANOR, CHAIRMAN OF THE COUNTY RATE REDUCTION COMMITTEE. AT a MEETING

held at the Vine Inn, Stafford, on the 13th of April, 1839, WILLIAM HOLLAND, Esq., in the Chair,— It was resolved,—That the e-*&nerr*a of Respect, consisting of most splendid Silver eight corresponding dishes, be presented to Esq., on Thursday, the of May instant, at tbe White H
May 11, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
L A ? T U Si pp*NG DA_Y^lj^=f= ?[}""![• «"! SI "P HEREFORui^ IE^P^ h D T Ct *£ CHAPMas*.

L A ? T U Si pp*NG DA_Y^lj^=f= ?[}""![• «"! SI "P HEREFORui^ IE^P^ h D T Ct *£ CHAPMas*.

H.C.S. (late of the Br___t_S 1,3 , 5s tons » ALFRED lying in the East India Impor Dock, * b °£ rneV L« r ?? Commander, j «pply te Me*.. Mangles, Price .-„ F ?? Fr "« ht or Passage C.p./'hapman, 15, Blrrfaa'.lS^^ &J S».* Helen'.-placS ; • ■aau't-court, foriil.ill. ' U Johu Pl "e
May 11, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
A Chancery Slit.— ln the Insolvent Cotirt yesterday an applicilio i was made to extend the sale of au estate,

A Chancery Slit.— ln the Insolvent Cotirt yesterday an applicilio i was made to extend the sale of au estate,

and it was stated that the assignee has been engaged in a Chancery suite, and has <*ppnt no less than S.iKK)-. If be had not been an attorney he would have been ruined. The ("ourt granted the application. Invention. — A fellow in New Orle-ins has invented and patented an instrum
May 11, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England