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sentiments of the most indignant reprobation, as unconstitutional in itself, and as forming a precedent that would inevitably lead to

sentiments of the most indignant reprobation, as unconstitutional in itself, and as forming a precedent that would inevitably lead to

the most injurious consequences. We therefore wish to express our unqualified admiration and approbation of your Majesty's judgment and firmness in resisting such an inroad on your prerogative on the one hand, and your private comfort and happiness on the other. We confidently r
May 28, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

I-MPERIALj PARALIAAMENT HOUSEZOF LORDS-MOvDAY. The EArl ofDURAM pesenisveral petitions against ?? of the church of Seiotland Also, p 3it- lions frotLem~leastdrehir, against Hindoo ILdotry, froma TiiuiV againt thei Cor-laws; ifro the mayor an 4magis- itaes f Sodalad, - agaiflst be
May 28, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

Viseount Melbourne and Lord Hill had audiences yester- day of ber Majesty. The Queen left town In an open carriage and four, with outriders, at twenty minutes paut foar o'clock yesterday afternoon, for Windsor Castle. In Abe carriage with her Majesty were her Royal Highness the
May 28, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FIRST PUBLIC CELEBRATION OF TREASOS-

FIRST PUBLIC CELEBRATION OF TREASOS-

AGGREGATE MEETING. (From the Dublin Evening Mad) J The anniversary of the Popish rebellion in 17^ ?? day, for the first time, celebrated in public by * n i „i <*J Meeting of the survivors, descendants, and fru' ?? . j3«, bloody but successless insurrection. The day ?? ut&% May;
May 28, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES. «,#T* May 22, at Winfrith, Dorset, by the Rev. ■* ?? Captain Winston, of the 18th Regiment, to Au»

MARRIAGES. «,#T* May 22, at Winfrith, Dorset, by the Rev. ■* ?? Captain Winston, of the 18th Regiment, to Au»

( ?? Jta Lieut. Col. Haverfield. X O*M May 25. at Southampton, by the Rev. J* ?? Captain Henry E. Doherty, ofthe 14th Li ?? Anno Eii/.a, second daughter of Sir Henry t)ttd°* f*l W May 2., at Christ Chuich, Surrey, Day Erwood House, Breconshire, to Sat ?? I the late Lieut. Joseph
May 28, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
re tle Soterers from /Moos sad Liver

re tle Soterers from /Moos sad Liver

re Soterers /Moos sad Liver THE soriampled success of FRAMPTON'S PILL I OP HEALTH calls for particular &Motion.— These Pills give immediate rebel in all spasmodic sad windy complaints, with the whole tram of well-known symptoms arising from a weak stomach or vitiated bilious secr
May 28, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SALE BY MR. JONATHAN JONES.

SALE BY MR. JONATHAN JONES.

May 28, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
we wig their Wee le *wombed the few a V to power. Loa too—Tbspreelomotima moire MAW lolly Wood by the

we wig their Wee le *wombed the few a V to power. Loa too—Tbspreelomotima moire MAW lolly Wood by the

mayor is heeded Res 3000rrvatim Aosociatiom, we la/, of foessation throultbout the wintry. Their be ezionsirely felt in cue of an cheer& oißht. Ohio Lord John Rowell proposog the of the Homo till the 24th indent, • crest apparent eiroploity, " the should be allowed to Mewed the
May 28, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MAILS.

MAILS.

Dublin Waterford .... Donnaghadee... Guernsey & Jersey Hambro & Sweden Holland Flanders France ...... Lisbon Mediterranean. Bennuda&Halifax Mexico,Havana West 1nd. : a.... Brazil
May 28, 1839 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England
 
3 Us.

3 Us.

May 28, 1839 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England