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Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

- m 4txzial V arliamntt. [By ELEoMIC AND INYSiaNATIONAL T81LEILAPHE.J HOUSE OF LORDS. Their Lordships met at four o'clock. ROYAL ASSENT. The Ro)yal i555ent0fas5 given by coenmission to the following bills:-.-he Clerk of the Council; ianchester, Sheffield, And Lin- coinsleire Rail
July 22, 1859 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

STAFFORDSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

Mtr. Justilce Willes and Mr. Justice Byles attended divine cer- vice at St. Mary's Church, yesterday morning, after which the business of the Assize wise commenced. Mr. Justice BYles Pre- sided in the 'brown Court, and Mr. Justice Willes sat in Niel '7Prius. Lodhp CROWN COURT. I
July 22, 1859 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
London Gazette.

London Gazette.

?? (Thet. (From Tuesday Night's Gazette.) BANKRUPTS. JOIIN PETERS and FREDERICK PEA-COC, Lowestoft, Suffolk, fish merchants, January 13 and February 17 at 12, at Bankrupts' Court. Sols., philpot and Greenhill, Graceeburch Street, and Seago, Lowestoft; off. assig., Bell, Coleman S
January 6, 1859 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

judgil jk Iddlignat. THE TWO SICILIES. (From the Correspondent of the Daily News.) NAPLES, DECEMBERn 26.-A tear of compassion at this season, not only for our own countrymen, but for the many others who have been lingering out existence, month after month, without trial or charge
January 6, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL.

MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL.

*MEETING OF !THE TOWN CONCL. The rdlesr mothl mefie ?? thia borough wagF held -yesterday s6. thle Public Ollice. thle Mabyorl Jotn5 IIATCLIEP, l-iii., presi~lo, and there ecces ?? dance. PURIFICATION OF viE RIVER TAME.-TieS MAYOR, read a letter -he had received front Mr. Charles
January 6, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE STATE OF ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH YARD.

THE STATE OF ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH YARD.

THE STATE OF ST. PHILIP'S CE[URCH | YARD. THE ADJOURNED OFFICIALL ENQUIRY. This enquiry was resumed yesturday morning, at the Waterloo Rtwooms, Waterloo Street. Those present were P. Ir. Holland, Esq., one Iof the Government Inspectors under the new burial acts * Iev. C. Heath, (
July 30, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE LAW OF ALIENS.

THE LAW OF ALIENS.

As the chief and indeed the only argument in favour of "The Conspiracy to Harder Bill" was that stated with so much authority by the Attorney-General on Friday, that the law though effectual in punishing British subjects charged with conspiracy to neurder any one out of England,
February 24, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LOSS OF THE AUSTRALIAN EMIGRANT SHIP, "ROYAL CHARTER."

LOSS OF THE AUSTRALIAN EMIGRANT SHIP, "ROYAL CHARTER."

LOSS OF UPWARDS OF FOUR HUNDRED LIVES. (From our Liverpool Correspondent.) One of the most lamentable catastrophes reselting from tho recent fearful gale is the loss of the auxiliary screw- clipper Royal Charter, belonging to the Eagle line of. Australian packets, sailing from L
October 28, 1859 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE EDGBASTON PLATE ROBBERIES.

THE EDGBASTON PLATE ROBBERIES.

Forseveral months past much consternation has existed among the inhabitants of Edgbaston, and, in fact, among those resident in the ortskirts of Birmingham gemalcsly, occasioned by the mys- terious disappearance of articles eZ silver plate from many of the houses. The robberies
January 25, 1859 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Sporting Intelligence.

Sporting Intelligence.

I 5portin ? TATTERSALL S-YESTSBDAY. : U TiX Two TuOUSAND GUINEAS. 0 to 1 agst Promised Land-offered. 20 - I- alpha-taken. TBE CHESiER CUP. 50 to -1 FgSt Loogrange-taken.. . 50 1 - Royal Sovereign-taken. .1,C00. - 16- Prioresp-taken. 1,000 Io0 Black Tommy-tatken. The Chester Cup s
January 18, 1859 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England