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N OTABILIA.

N OTABILIA.

THE SWEARING IN OF THE LOUD MAYOR.-011 Friday. Sir Chapman Marshall, the new Lord Mayor, was sworn into office at the Guildhall, with all the customary forms. Previously to the ceremony of swearing in the Lord Mayor a Court of Aldermen was held, at which Mr. Charles Pearson was
November 10, 1839 - The Age - London, London, England
 
DERRYNANE THEATRICALS.

DERRYNANE THEATRICALS.

The Morning Journals have announced that Derry.nane is about to be the scene of private theatricals. The pieces which are being rehearsed are, we believe, "The Beggar's Opera, "She Stoops to Conquer," "The Rivals,"" II inatrimonio per concorso," by Goldoni, Schiller's " Mary Stu
November 17, 1839 - The Age - London, London, England
 
OUR LATEST DESPATCH FROM LORD BROUGHAM

OUR LATEST DESPATCH FROM LORD BROUGHAM

ANTIQUUS GALtus,—Quoniam omnes linteonum shop pueri Londinenses, qui nunc emissi aunt ad octavuin horologii in nocte, colunt mentes, eorum, pendente vacatione, scribente quod censent esse Anglicum novelise papyris, decet Domino, Christiano, Generosoque (slum tres res ego sum, et
November 3, 1839 - The Age - London, London, England
 
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November 24, 1839 - The Age - London, London, England
 
HE ARMY,

HE ARMY,

The detachments destined for the West Indies are to be embarked for Cork, with the exception of the draft of the 69th regiment, which will sail froni Portsmouth. Staff-Assistants Morier and Grier are to accompany them. A report prevails in military circles of the death of Major
November 24, 1839 - The Age - London, London, England
 
all cases, be members of the national communion. We might enumerate various other petty surrenders of a similar kind, and

all cases, be members of the national communion. We might enumerate various other petty surrenders of a similar kind, and

more must inevitably follow ; but these, as indicating the quarter where such relaxations have begun, are quite sufficient for our present purpose. The lowered and coaxing tone of Lord John Russell's reply to the Bishop of Exeter, as well as that which the Committee addressed to
November 5, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
UANT •-to a Decree. of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause of BAYS against. LETSOE, the Creditors

UANT •-to a Decree. of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause of BAYS against. LETSOE, the Creditors

of JOHN BLETSOE, formerly •of Ramsey, •in the county of Huntingdon, but latterly of Walsot;en, in • the county of Norfolk, Farmer, who died in the month of August, 1828, are. on or before the 10;h day of January next, to come iu and prove their debts before Sir GRIFFIN WILSON, o
November 7, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Prithee not reject us Till you've read our Prospectus. Early in November will be published, what every impartial individual will

Prithee not reject us Till you've read our Prospectus. Early in November will be published, what every impartial individual will

admit is much wanted in the Irish Metropolis, a really Honest, Able, and LIBERAL WEEKLY JOURNAL, which it has been determined shall be called HE WORLD. Now that we have sat down to draw up our Prospectus, we do solemnly protest that we would have given a considerable sum could w
November 7, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
BRECON.

BRECON.

There was no contest here, Messrs. Vaughan, Mayberry, Winstone (Tories), and Price, a Liberal, were re-e►ected. LEICESTER. The Liberals were triumphant in this borough. SALISBURY. The Conservatives out-generalled the Liberals in New Sarum. Six Town-councillors have been elected,
November 4, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
principles of the mind, and the Strongest feelings of the heart, are intensely interested. Such a speech as that of

principles of the mind, and the Strongest feelings of the heart, are intensely interested. Such a speech as that of

Mr. Bradshaw no merely prudent man could admire, and it is one which a very catt:ous man would be apt to condemn. We sheedd be very sorry that any ono in . the position of avowed and, as it were. responsible leader o f the C onservat i ve party s h ou ld so expresshimself; but s
November 2, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England