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THE ARMY

THE ARIEMY MILITARY PROMiOTIONS AND EXCHANGES. WAR-.OrmCE, DEc. 13. 2d Regiment of Dragoon Guards-Capt. H. W. Chariton to be Major, by purchase, vice Nugent, who retires; Lieut. Sir H. C. Panlet, Bart., to be Captain, by purchase, vice Chariton; Cornet R. W. Dallas to be Lieutena
December 15, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

STRANGE AFFAIR AT WINDSOR.

ST1RANGE AFF'AIR ATl' INDSOR. WenDson, MIOSDAY N~iGT, 11 .O'C LOCr.-An" extraordi- nary alair" occurred at the Castle last evening, the particulars of which (as far as the attempted veil of mystery in which it is involved] will permit me to gather them) I have but just been enabl
December 15, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

SINGULARLY ROMANTIC CASE.

Many years ago two respectable seafaring men arrived late one evening at an illn in Gravesend, with the intention of going aboard their respective vessels its soon. as the tide served on the folluoving morning. Although strangers to each other, their similarity of pursuits and i
November 3, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

SINGULAR PROOF OF LOYALTY.

I SINGbULAR PROOF OF LOYALTY. A ,.11 - __ -_ 1_ . - E ?? d:.n . F n-r0r On 'hursdav last the Uonservatives ox UanlerFury had a dinner in that city, which is now represented by Mr. BRADSHAW, a Conservative, and Lord ALBERT CoNYNGuHAm, a Whig. In the course of the evening Mr. BRADS
November 3, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

CRUELTIES UNDER THE POOR-LAW AMENDMENT BILL—FAMILY SEPARATIONS.

CR=FPFs UNDR THE, POO-IA&W kMEN~RMT . BLL L.FAKILy- 8EPRA"TIONSv TO TBU. nDlTbV oe'tai OR fl'O . Svn;: ' hsr an a~d~iter of£ your ?? Sourinal, plr to tres~pw5Ap5 you'vialusaie co-lu inns he~atyle4£ whichio I admire; beeeausel firml~believen yaw t;, be a mose uncompromising expose
October 31, 1836 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

IRELAND.

.IRE ]De. ANOTHERTITHE AFFRAY AND LOSS ov TWO LIVES. DUBLIN, 0OC. 25.-I regret to inform you that another of those violent collisions which so frequently occur between the peasantry and the asserters of the law in the collection of tithes, has just taken place at' the village of
October 31, 1836 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

THE MARKETS.

TME MALRIKETS. THE LONDON WHOLESALE MERCANTILE MARKETS. (Froin our own CorrepOdent.) HAY MARuETS.-The supplies have been considerable gene- rally, and the demand has been steady for Hay, Clover, and Straw. Prices are not higher, but firm, and with a tendency up- wards :Meadow Hay
October 31, 1836 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT

OPENINGOF PARLIAMENT - ?? The QUEEN proceeded on Thursday in state to open the session of Parliament, which she did with the usual formalities. During the progress of the brilliant caval- cade from Buckingham Palace to the House of Lords, the reception of her MAJESTY was cold and
January 19, 1840 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

THE WINDOW TAX.

To THE COMMNISSIONERS OF STAMPS AND TAXES. GENTLEMEN,-I received your reply to my letter of the 17th ult., in which you state that my proper course is to appeal to the district commissioners, &c. I will do so; but sooner than pay, I will farther deface my frontage by darken. ing
January 19, 1840 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

FOREIGN NEWS.

FONTXGN SOWS. FRANCE. he pus p'iprs whlichl havc arrived during the week, are .~t ea ltibnely occulpied with the crisis of affairs, which a . - Louis PIILIIrr O and the statesmen ri flP wglom he hais to patch up a Cabinet had pro- It; 1exeiternmlt continuces increasing in Paris,
April 14, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England