This Court met on Monday, pursuant to adjournment from the last session. The Commissioners present were, the Recorder, Aldermen Sir C. Marshall and J. Johnson, the Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs, and the usual civic authorities. The learned Recorder delivered an eloquent and impressi
"I N R A. -- I I FLATEST EDITION.] JUNE 16, 1844. A good deal of business of one kind or another has be go acted in Parliament during the past. week. been tha we write, the most remarkable, if not the Akt the tmet Parliamentarv event of the week has been moilefeatof tihe Governme
There has been much more of public matter in the talk of the town for the last week than in that of the preceding. The Emperor of Russia has taken his departure, first taking care to 1 make many costly presents and benefactions, which will, I'o doubt, have the effect of making h
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THE PORTFOLIO, NO. 9. (Simpkin, Marshall, and Co.)- The Portfolio for June is filled with topics of the most interest- ing character. The machination against the Serbian Prince Alexander's life, a plot hatched in the bureau of Russian Diplomacy; the Turkish Treaty; the late Revo
CHANCE-RINGING. The following is a correct statement of the progress of Triples on Stedman's principle: -In the year 1842, Mr. Thomas Thurston, of Church-street, Birmingham, composed a peal in 420's, with 240 bobs and 2 singles, which was rung at Aston by eight of the St. Martin'
FRANCE. The French Embassy to China arrived at the Cape of Good IopLu on the Ist of April. tle Government continues to send large reinforcements to Algiers. Ott T'hursday, i tihe Chamber of Deputiesr Marshal Soult read two1 dispatches from the Duke l'Aumnale, in whieh his lt'val
THR- - . FIGHTS TO COME. 3n15 1-Young CroeMy Howe, of Leicester, and Ned Pattison, of Bradrord, IO sevs a-side, half-way between Bradford and Leiceste?. 1-Penon and Harrison, 10 sovs ?? school. Aug. 6-Billy Mills (alias Snacks), of Leeds, and the Manchester Hero, 25 9ovas -side.
CRAND F MyETING OF THE ARCHERS OF THE UNiTED KINGDOM. I With most tesrly satisfaction we gee the following report of a preliminary nieeting held last monthV fori carrying out this great national deiign ; there can now be nit doubt of its com. ple:ioii, and wve trust that the bow
- | HOUSE OF LORDS. MONDAY -Their Lordships assembled at five ?? Earl of Eldon presented a petition from Dorset, in favor of pro- tection to agriculture. The Marquis of Salisbury presented a similar petition. Lord Beaumont presented a petition from certain East India Proprietors