Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 52,874 articles

THE MAYNOOTH MOVEMENT. To the Editor of the Norfolk Neics. Dear Sir—Since the agitation which has arisen in opposition to

THE MAYNOOTH MOVEMENT. To the Editor of the Norfolk Neics. Dear Sir—Since the agitation which has arisen in opposition to

the proposal of her Majesty's Ministers in reference to Catholicism, has somewhat subsided, and since that measure which has been so stoutly handled by Protestants of every section, is likely to become the law of the land, allow me to address a few words to that portion the reli
May 31, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
MAYNOOTH. Form of Petition to the House of Lords. the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament assembled.

MAYNOOTH. Form of Petition to the House of Lords. the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament assembled.

The Petition of the undersigned Humbly Sheweth —That your petitioners conscientiously object to all State Endowments of religion, the ground that they arc dangerous to the liberty of the subject, subversive of the rights of conscience, and opposed to the spirit of Christianity.
May 31, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Monday May 26.

Monday May 26.

ASSAULT.— Henry Marsh, aged 20, of King-street, was charged James Diggins of the same place, with the following assault:—the complainant stated that, he was passing by the Richmond-hill Gardens, on the previous Sunday, the prisoner accosted him and asked him for a half-penny, wi
May 31, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
The Metropolis.

The Metropolis.

Explosion at the Old Kent-road Steam- Mills.—On Wednesday morning, few minutes before ten o'clock, a dreadful explosion took place the above mills, which are situated on the banks of the Surrey Canal, near to the Canal-bridge, the Old- Kent road, while Mr. Walters and liis son w
May 31, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THE GAME LAWS. TO THE EDITOR OP THE TIMES. bit—ln yom- paper 0 f Friday last a "Tenant Far- St

THE GAME LAWS. TO THE EDITOR OP THE TIMES. bit—ln yom- paper 0 f Friday last a "Tenant Far- St

g &om ? . « Worcestershire, asks what has become of the committee appointed to inquire mto the operation of the game laws and expresses his great Appointment that he has hitherto heard of no 1 "Tenant hSlw"' , dc witn the progress of tt<:cs, on qucsrt* the interests or amusement
May 31, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 

View results found in US & World newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
LYNN.

LYNN.

roLica.—rwo were brought before Bit' Magistrates for breaking some boughs, off tho Chesnut Trees Paradise Lane, and ordered to pay ss. each. Robert Wickham, committed for three months' hard labour, for breaking into the Sloop Dove, of this port. At meeting of the Paving Commissi
May 31, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Foreign Countries.

Foreign Countries.

TAHITI. QUEEN POMARE AND THE FRENCH PROTECTORATE. . _ A letter from Papaiti, dated Dec. 23rd, contains the following passage:— "We saw her at Raiatea, and one of the. two fortresses which her friends there hare erected for her defence. I perceived her far more of an air of sadne
May 31, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
EASTERN and WESTERN RAILWAY, FBOM GREAT TARMOUTH TO SWANSEA, ProvisionaUy registered, pursuant to and 8 Victoria, cap. 110. Capital £3,600,000,

EASTERN and WESTERN RAILWAY, FBOM GREAT TARMOUTH TO SWANSEA, ProvisionaUy registered, pursuant to and 8 Victoria, cap. 110. Capital £3,600,000,

70,000 Snares of £50 each. Deposit £2 10s. Share. Pbovhionai, Committee. Penry Williams, Esq., Penpont, Lord-Lieutenant of the county of Brecon Sir John E. Beauvoir, Bart., Director of the Manchester and Birmingham Continuation, and Welsh Junction Railway Sir Wm. Plunknett De Ba
May 31, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Latest Intelligence.

Latest Intelligence.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, Wednesday, May 29. The Roman Catholic Relief BiU and the County Coroners' Bfll were respectively read a second time Mr. STAFFORD O'BRIEN moved the second reading ofthe Malt Drawback BUI. After a short discussion, the hon. gentleman, on the recommendation of Mr.
May 31, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.- The Nobility, Subscribers, and the Public, arc respectfully infotmed that there will be all EXTRA NIOIT (not included ill the subsriptiOn1, on THURSDAY next, May 29, when will be per- formed, D'otnetti's Opera, DON PASQUALE. The DANSEUSES VIENNO8I:Ivv will
May 25, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England