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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS— FRIDAY. A great number petition* were presented against the grant Maynooth ; alto against the anion of the see* of Asaph and Bangor; and other noble lords various Other subjects. The Marquis ofSALISBURY presented petition frotn the company cloth workers of the ci
May 24, 1845 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—Tuesday.

HOUSE OF LORDS—Tuesday.

Lord CAMPBELL presented several petitions on the subject of the game laws, ami took the occasion of pointing oat the evil* resulting from the precent system, and the necessity some legislative enactment on the subject. He hoped the noble lord (Dam) who had previously directed bi
May 24, 1845 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Tuesday.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Tuesday.

Nearly all the previous business the paper was postponed for the purpose of resuming the adjourned debate on the May nooth Bill. A motion, brought forward by Mr. BERNAL OSBORNE, fo# a return of all the moniea derived from rents or college lands, endowments, bequests, fees on mat
May 24, 1845 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
using expressions which implied that he was yielding to in- Mr. COUIUnOL'N the system of terrorism and Alarm under which

using expressions which implied that he was yielding to in- Mr. COUIUnOL'N the system of terrorism and Alarm under which

the Protestants of 1 were present placed, and which imperatively ealle.l for the interference the executive Government The Irish Knman Catholic* were divided into three parties, the moderate, the " Young Ireland" party, and thoae under the immediate influence of the priests ; hu
May 24, 1845 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE MAYNOOTH BILL.

THE MAYNOOTH BILL.

The following members connected with the counties of Berks, Bucks, Oxon, Hants, and Wilts, voted on the third reading of the bill for endowing Mayuoolh. The division took place on Wednesday, May 21. Majority. Baring, F. T., Portsmouth Harconrt, G., Oxfordshire Baring, H. 8., Mar
May 24, 1845 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 

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WANTAGE.

WANTAGE.

Woutage Pitched Market, 21 it May, 1845. Wheat...... sacks, from 40s. .is. per nr. 8ar1ey...... Sis. Oats ...••••• 231 ••••»*.. 21s. to 'ia*. „ Beaus & Peas ... 435. to 00s. „ About the same trade last week. Tiie wheat generally came good to baud.
May 24, 1845 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Sly Rogue.—A short time ago, Goose, landlord of the New Inn, Widmerpool, isS irJ ten or a dozen fowls from

Sly Rogue.—A short time ago, Goose, landlord of the New Inn, Widmerpool, isS irJ ten or a dozen fowls from

his premises, made tne j,*'* cumstances known to the police, with a request active steps might be taken to discover the often t Inquiry was made in every quarter likely to lead , clue, but none being obtained, Mr. Goose assurn rather unpleasant tone, amounting to an insinua. aga
May 23, 1845 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

HOUSE of LORDS, Friday, May 16. Lord Brougham gave notice that, on Monday next, he would lay upon the table bills for the purpose of remedying certain defects the civil and criminal jurisprudence of the country. Some bills on the table were forwarded a stage, after which their l
May 23, 1845 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWMARKET S?OONG SPHING MEETING, Th. May 15.

NEWMARKET S?OONG SPHING MEETING, Th. May 15.

Match, 150: Colonel Peel's Garry Owen (Nat), beat Lord Exeter's Celia. Won three lengths. Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each. subs. Lord Exeter's f. Beirani, (Mann) 1 Col. Peel's Caen, 5 yrs 2 3 others started. Won by half length. Winner claimed. Match, 150: Lord Exeter's Wee Pet, beat
May 23, 1845 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
GONERBY, near GRANTHAM. f FREE PUBLIC-HOUSE. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. Roberts, On Monday the Second day of

GONERBY, near GRANTHAM. f FREE PUBLIC-HOUSE. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. Roberts, On Monday the Second day of

June, 1845, at the 3un Inn, in Little Gonerby, in the parish of Grantham, in the county of Lincoln, between the hours of .Five and Six o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then and there produced; ALL that old-established and well-accustomed P
May 23, 1845 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England