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The House was occupied - s4veral hours in discussing a motionfrom Mr. A. Trevor, as to an advertisement from the parish of St. James, relative to the pa3ment of taxes; and also another motion froni Slr Charles 'Wetherell, for a Special Commission. to try the Noitingha,i, rioters
October 17, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
REJECTION OF THE REFOR3I BILL.

REJECTION OF THE REFOR3I BILL.

RIOTS AT DERBY: *DERBY, Oct. 9.-1 communica,te to you such particulars as time will allow of the unfortunate circumstances that have-transpired here in consequence of the rejection of the reform bill. About a quarter past 7 yesterday ev , ..qting an express arrived bringing the
October 17, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. --e•

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. --e•

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. UNION- HALL. On Tuesday Mr. Carter, the-Coroner for the county of ,Surrey, accompanied by several gentlemen who had composed a Jury, which was to - have held an inquest on the body of a woman supposed to have died of cholera, Waited upon Mr. Chambers for the
February 20, 1832 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF OILS. Fish Oils tun [lmperial] ...... ..... . . j r Cod Newfoundland Seal browa ..... ..... ....

PRICE OF OILS. Fish Oils tun [lmperial] ...... ..... . . j r Cod Newfoundland Seal browa ..... ..... ....

.Pale Whale Greenland 33 a Southern Fishery (pale) .... ...... 3‘..? a Brown ....... . Sperm Ilead Matter ........ 67 a Olive Galipoli . Spanish Cnlabria.... ... Calcia Genoa alio Provence lst....(ditto p ). al . e 6 3 0 7 s 0 a Barbary Linseed . ••••• 279 9 ..„." Rape Brown ...
February 20, 1832 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
COAL EXCHANG NEWC.ASTLE, SLC d Adairs..(per 19 0 Beashant — 0 Holywell Killm,gworth Tanfield Townley . lB 6 Willington ..........

COAL EXCHANG NEWC.ASTLE, SLC d Adairs..(per 19 0 Beashant — 0 Holywell Killm,gworth Tanfield Townley . lB 6 Willington ..........

0 Wylam WALL'S END. & Co.'s Bewick & Co.'s 22 6 Collerton's . 16 6 Carr's. .. Heaton .... 21' 0 Delivered at 12s. advert( 129 ships have a
February 20, 1832 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
ON Monday night we went down to witness the scene of the debate on the motion for the second reading

ON Monday night we went down to witness the scene of the debate on the motion for the second reading

of the second Reform Bill in the Upper House of the Legislature. Since we (" N.") last sketched a similar scene, some alterations (in the furniture, not the character) of the House have taken place. For instance their Lordships, forgetting that morgue which is the besetting sin
April 16, 1832 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

May 7 ' J. Scagell, Beckenham, Kent, victualler—May 4, T. and T. Neighbour, King-street, West Smithfield, wine-merchants--May 10, T., Oldhqm, Manchester, and Garrison, Derbyshire, calko-printer—May 8, H. Wordll, Newark-upn-Trent, mercer—May 21, T. Geary and D. Horne, Manchester,
April 16, 1832 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE REFORM BILL A SECOND TIME IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS. To His MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY, WILLIAM THE FOURTH. SmE,—The

THE REFORM BILL A SECOND TIME IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS. To His MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY, WILLIAM THE FOURTH. SmE,—The

unusual, we may say the unprecedented, position in which your MAJESTY is now placed, mast plead the excuse for this address to the first Personage of the Realm. Your MAJESTY'S personal conduct is Placed beyond the pale of political consideration by that admirable axiom of consti
April 9, 1832 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
--IP. 0.--

--IP. 0.--

ADELPHI. We have to blame ourselves for not sooner noticing YATES' Lent Entertainment; the fact was, we did not see it until Wednesday, when we were both disappointed and pleased. Disappointed, for we had gone in thinking it oae of the ordinary melanges; pleased that we found it
April 9, 1832 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE. --e-s ...- COURT OF KING'S BENCH, JAN. 17. LIBEL.

LAW INTELLIGENCE. --e-s ...- COURT OF KING'S BENCH, JAN. 17. LIBEL.

Mr. CRESSWELL applied to the Court for a rule to show cause why a criminal information should not be laid against James Acland, for a libel published in The Hull Portfobo by him on Mr. Christopher Bolton, a Magistrate of the town of Hull. The libel was in the shape of a letter a
January 23, 1832 - The News (London) - London, London, England