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A TEMPKST.

A TEMPKST.

T is long time since the ordinary gravity and decorum of I the debates in Parliament have been interrupted by anyof those . hcatsof temper, explosions of spleen, or violences of personality, ; with which men even of the staidest temperament, and most reverend demeanour, are occa
May 8, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
SENATOR! ENSIS. CHURCH LIVINGS VACANT.

SENATOR! ENSIS. CHURCH LIVINGS VACANT.

Df.vxrry.—lu the diocese «f Peterborough: Rev. G. Butler, dec. Kbctobieb. —Ashton, Northampton : tlio. Peterborough : value £275: pat.the L»rd Chancellor: Hev. J. Risley, dec. .. (iayton, Northampton : dio. Peterborough; value£s69; pats. Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge: liev. G
May 8, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
TESTIMONIAL TO M. KOSSUTH

TESTIMONIAL TO M. KOSSUTH

A public meeting took place on Friday evening at the Lon- j don Tavern, Bishopsgate-street, for tbo purpose of presenting to M. Kossuth the Working Man’s Penny Testimonial,” consisting of an elaborately bound copy of the works of Shakespeare, in a l>ookca«e, forming a model of t
May 8, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MAY MISCELLANY. Tub Drawing-Rooms.-—Her birth day will be celebrated Tuesday, the 2llh instant Majesty will hold Drawing-Roe ms, at St.

MAY MISCELLANY. Tub Drawing-Rooms.-—Her birth day will be celebrated Tuesday, the 2llh instant Majesty will hold Drawing-Roe ms, at St.

James’s ;i l’ lu . 'L the following days, at two o’clock : —Thursday, 2d June next • Tuesday, 14th June next; Thursday, 23d June State Balls and Concerts.—lt understood’that the Court will return to London on the 27th May. Ur j Majesty’s birthday will be celebrated on the 24th o
May 8, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MAY 8.

MAY 8.

EDITION
May 8, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 

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icj*te»l to -e\eral per>eiiage9 ot the Legitimist party, slice manufactory of gunpowder has been seized at

icj*te»l to -e\eral per>eiiage9 ot the Legitimist party, slice manufactory of gunpowder has been seized at

icj*te»l to per>eiiage9 ot the Legitimist party, slice manufactory gunpowder has been seized at expcctal that the relijpous pnxeasiena of Ih«a will take place iu the street* of Pans at tbe iy, extraordinary pomp. processions t.rdicted attrr th*; Ivevolutiou iSiO. the Express w st
May 8, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS.

Ice works going on at pre-ent in the Palais Royal, for the of the ex-King Jerome, are extensive that the [.Ulster .r Public Works has bail to demand fresh credits to ei;*it uf millions francs (j£l2tyioo). The Princess v.hili- is also have sumptuous apartments in the same i -f Ma
May 8, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
DELICATE INVESTIGATION IN THE

DELICATE INVESTIGATION IN THE

A military inquiry of a most delicate nature, having been brought to close, we now place before the public copy of the finding of the Court, which was composed of three General Othcere, viz., Sir Psregrine Maitland, Ia)nl Cathcart. mid Sir George Berkeley. The charge, preferred
May 8, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
PASQUINADES.

PASQUINADES.

(Prom Punch,” of Yesterday). Mr. Fantasia. —The Kxcbeqofiryaulcma, :is flayed Mr. Gladstone, is a performaucc wliidi bus elicited considerable approbation. It may, however, be considered whether, clever as the execution of this eminent violinist, his composition is not rather br
May 8, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
TKICKINC* A LOAN SOCIETY,

TKICKINC* A LOAN SOCIETY,

TKICKINC* LOAN SOCIETY, Three married womeu, named Sarah Layton, Man - Mills, ami Amy I'ayue, were charged at Worship-street Police Court, with having conspired together and obtained, hr means of fraudulent representations, the sum of i 4s from the Eastern Metropolitan Loan Compa
May 8, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England