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FRIDAY.

FRIDAY.

Lord FITZGERALD inquired if the Government intended to extend the facilities for emigration as an auxiliary aid or adjunct to theirish Poor Law Bill.—The Marquis of LANSDOWNE said that Ministers were fully aware that emigration formed an important element in the Poor Laws (Irela
May 27, 1838 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY.

FRIDAY.

Mr. Lynch was declared eieCted for Galway Town; Mr. •Heneage was also declared duly elected for Devizes; and Mr. Dundas was declared not to be duly elected for that borough.— Sir E. WILLMOT, having stated that it was not his intention to move for leave to bring in a Bill for the
May 27, 1838 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEWS AND SUNDAY GLOBE.

THE NEWS AND SUNDAY GLOBE.

LONDON: SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1838. (EARLY EDITION.) We this day present to the subscribers to " THE NEWS" a portrait of Lord JOHN RUSSELL. We shall say no more of it than that it is a most faithful likeness of one who has been selected for this honour more on account of his being the
May 27, 1838 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
STANDARD OF ENGLAND LIFE ASSUIt- ANCE COMPANY, 8, King William-street, City, and Regent. street, London; D'Olier-street, Dublin; Princes-street, Edinburgh. CAPITAL,

STANDARD OF ENGLAND LIFE ASSUIt- ANCE COMPANY, 8, King William-street, City, and Regent. street, London; D'Olier-street, Dublin; Princes-street, Edinburgh. CAPITAL,

OlyE MILLION. • • • WILLIAM DAVIS, ESQ., CHAIRMAN. 1 W.Cory,Esq.Dep.Chair. Col. Chris. Hodgson W. J. Richardson, Esq: Lawrence Dorgan, Esq. Henry Lawson, Esq. Frederick T.West,Esq. William Gunston,•Esq. J.BarrettLennard,Esq. GeorgeWhitehead,Esq. Much lower rates of Premium than
May 27, 1838 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF SEEDS, &c. Clover, per cwt.—red, 50s. a 705.; white, 50s. a extra, 68s. a 80s. Rapeseed, per last

PRICE OF SEEDS, &c. Clover, per cwt.—red, 50s. a 705.; white, 50s. a extra, 68s. a 80s. Rapeseed, per last

.e 24. a £26. —new, .e 26. a .e3l. lierapseed, per qr. 345. a 36s Canary, per qr 40s. a 425... extra, 4:is. a --s* Turnip Seed New Swedes, 20s. a 21s. other qualities, 28s. a 36s* Mustard White, 7s.a 10s. Brown, 12s. Od. a 15s• Trefoil, per cwt ' new, us, a 21s. Coriander old, l
May 27, 1838 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

Many irregularities having occurred in the delivery of the PORTRAITS, and many complaints having been made to us by our country friends of their not having received those due to them, we think it necessary to impress upon our subscribers the propriety of making such an arrangeme
June 17, 1838 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL COGNAC BRANDY DISTILLERY COMPANY • Capital, £200,000; in 10,000 Shares 6e425 each. Deposit, .e 5. The object of this

NATIONAL COGNAC BRANDY DISTILLERY COMPANY • Capital, £200,000; in 10,000 Shares 6e425 each. Deposit, .e 5. The object of this

Company is to Manufacture BRANDY equal to Cognac, by a newly-invented ingenius apparatus, the secret of which is exclusively secured to'this Company. The BRANDY produced by the above means is undistinguishable form Cognac Brandy, and notonly does it possess its flavour, but also
June 3, 1838 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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0 30 0 50 1 10 1 29 1 51 2 11 2 31 2 52 TO CORRESPONDENTS. The workshop built by H. HOWER is attached to the freehold, and certainly cannot legally be pulled down. We do not profess to be able to account for the fact referred to by C.; viz., that the turnpike trusts throughout t
June 3, 1838 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THOMAS WAitiatV.

THOMAS WAitiatV.

If thou cotildst, doctor, cast The water of our land, find her disease, And purge it to a sound and pristine health, I would applaud thee to the very echo, That should applaud again."—MACBETII. There is a certain class of people in England who imitate a practice which we had tho
June 3, 1838 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MAXIMS OF LIFE.

MAXIMS OF LIFE.

The healthiest situation for a country seat is on the side of a small eminence, or on a gravelly soil, with a southern or western exposition, sheltered from the north and east winds, distant from any great concourse of waters, or any great mines or beds of minerals, where the wa
June 3, 1838 - The News (London) - London, London, England