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COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

The Duchess of Kent and th;Princess Victoria the Princess Augusta and the Princess Sophi a , v i s i te d the Duchess of Gloucester, yesterday, at Gloucester House. The Duke of Cumberland visited the Princess Augusta on Thursday evening, at her residence in the Palace, at St. Ja
March 31, 1832 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY.

ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY.

At the second annual exhibition of this Society for the encouragement of Irish Manufactures and Works of Art, held in May last, at the Society-house, the following specimens, among those which obtained premiums, appear most worthy of being noticed The gold medal to Michael Andre
June 16, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
Standard and Interesting New Publications. R. MONTGOMERY MARTIN'S 1. HISTORY of the BRITISH COLONIES. Vol. IV. Cointe,,q Africa, Australasia, &c.—Cape

Standard and Interesting New Publications. R. MONTGOMERY MARTIN'S 1. HISTORY of the BRITISH COLONIES. Vol. IV. Cointe,,q Africa, Australasia, &c.—Cape

of Good Hope, Mauritius, 41 4 7t'lles, New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, Swan River, South •Ahendia, Falkland Islands, Sierra Leone, Gambia, St. Helena, lilnaion, &C. 21s. ." I Pl e e Life and Works of Robert Burns. By Allan Cunningham Tdidly illustrated. Complete in 8 vols. s
June 16, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. SPAIN. (Private Correspondence of the Times.)

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. SPAIN. (Private Correspondence of the Times.)

BAYONNE, June 10. As the Queen's troops were endeavouring to embark one of their cannon on the Bidassoa for St. Sebastian, the boat swamped, and the cannon went to the bottom of the river, where it still remains, either for the Carlists or any one who may be at the trouble of ra
June 17, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
THE DANISH CLAIMS. .----.---- TO THE EDITOR or TILE ALBION. Si —The Commissioners appointed by the Lords of the Treasury

THE DANISH CLAIMS. .----.---- TO THE EDITOR or TILE ALBION. Si —The Commissioners appointed by the Lords of the Treasury

to investigate the Danish claims having, delivered their report, which has been printed by order of the House of Commons, on the 12th of April, assurance was given by the late Secretary of the Treasury, Sir Thomas Fremantle, that it shbuld be immediately brought before the House
June 17, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

JUNE 15.—This day Mr. John George Hickley, Blount Scholar of Trinity, and Mr. Arthur West lladdon, Commoner of Brasennose, were elected and admitted Scholars of Trinity College, and at the same tune Mr. Thomas Brooking Cornish, Commoner of Wadham College, was elected Blount Scho
June 17, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
The WHIG MINISTRY aad the LORD LIEU. TENANTS.

The WHIG MINISTRY aad the LORD LIEU. TENANTS.

(From the Edinburgh Evening Post.) The Whig Governments, from that of Earl Grey to that ot O'Connell, or as it is facetiously styled, the Melbourne overnment —have invariably set out with the boast that they were determined to rule without patronage. We have all seen how admirab
June 17, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
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May 15, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
province.

province.

- - PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT YESTERD.A/' re' sented front Scotland, (no fewer than fifteen by In the house of Lords numerous petitions wer e P the , of alone,) praying for legislative protection to h the Established Church of that part of the United Kingdoo din Lord BROUGHAM pr
May 15, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
to. He thought that if Le were reprimanded and discharged _ would serve all purposes. Mr. AG LION BY said

to. He thought that if Le were reprimanded and discharged _ would serve all purposes. Mr. AG LION BY said

he took a different view of the case. The amount of the prisoner's explanation, so far from being an exc?lpation, a justification of his offence, and an aggravation of it. H e avowe d th a t he staid away so . long as his evidence would prejudice the cause of his friends, the si
June 13, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England