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at noon.

at noon.

General Chrzanowski is said to have cut his way through the united forces of the enemy, probably the corps of Kreutz and Witt, and gone in the direction of Zamosc with a force of 8,000 men, from which fortress he will receive reinforcements, and penetrate into Volhynia and Lithu
May 27, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
was sure that they would find them of sufficient importance to attract their undivided attention. Mr. C. FERGUSSON thought that,

was sure that they would find them of sufficient importance to attract their undivided attention. Mr. C. FERGUSSON thought that,

in common fairness the hon. member for Bridgenorth should have given the members of the late East India committee some notice of the attack which he was going to make upon them. He contended, that so far were the directors of the East India Company from throwing any obstruction
June 29, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
IEI:LA ND. (From the Dublin Evening Mail.)

IEI:LA ND. (From the Dublin Evening Mail.)

bUBLN, May 13. CITY DUBLIN ELECTION'. The polling commenced this morning at the usual hour, but with apparent slackness on the part of the revolutionary candidates. It was supposed yesterday that the freeholddrs' booths would close to-day, but the Lord Mayor and his friends deem
May 16, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
pardon, declaring that the revolution was the work but of a very few obscure partisans. These deputies have bcen chosen

pardon, declaring that the revolution was the work but of a very few obscure partisans. These deputies have bcen chosen

by such priests as are most devoted to the Court of Rome. I learn that 93 fugitives, taken on board a pontifical vessel off Ancona, all of whom are subjects of Parma or Modena, have been obliged to sail for America, while the subjects of the Pope are at full liberty to pursue wh
May 26, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
Te,J=44,,

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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 26. We received this morning Galignani's 1116ssenger of Tuesday, and some other Paris papers of yeNterday's dale..extracts from, which are given in our preceding columns. The Paris papers contain nothing of moment. According to them, the ICING has been recei
May 26, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

BOW.STREET.—.Yestertlayu young man, named Henry illoses, alias Henry Money, was brought in custody before Sir R. Birnie and Mr. Halls, by Ruthven, the officer who charged him with having obstructed him in the execution of his duty. Ruth-yen stated that he held a warrant, backed
June 28, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
DISAPPE4R.42VCE OF MR. MATHEWS.

DISAPPE4R.42VCE OF MR. MATHEWS.

(FURTHER PARTICULARS.) Yesterday being the day appointed for the further investigation of the mysterious dis,appearaneo of Mr. Mathews, of the Comptroller's-office, at queen-square police-office, a number of the young gentleman's friend's were in attendance, anxious to hear the
June 28, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

August IS. S. Southgate, Gate,street, Lincoln's Inn-ficlds, Wilder, at two, at the Court of Commissioners—Aug. 5. G. A. Cohen, Wentworth-place, Mile-end-road, general-merchant, at even, at the Court of Commissioners—Aug. 5. R. Holden, Vanhause, and W. A. Eankey, jun., Mincing-la
July 16, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Furnav, JULY 15. FOREIGN FLOUR. Earl GROSVENOR presented a petition from the corn millers of Stockport, in the county of Chester, for protection against the importation.of foreign flour. •NEGEO 144 AVERY. GROSVENOR presented also a petition from Welchpool for the
July 16, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
HAYMARKETS, JULY 16.--(At per Load of 36 Trusses)

HAYMARKETS, JULY 16.--(At per Load of 36 Trusses)

. . • . Cum n.-Coarse heavy lowland meadow hay,. 21. 10s. to '2l. 15s. ; new meadow hay, 31..55. to 31. 10s. ; useful old meadow hay, 31. Os. to 41. Os. floe upland meadow and rye-grass hay. 41. 10-. to ot. clover hay, 3t. 1 Os. to Ns. oht straw, 11. 12, to 11. 1 Is. ; wre it st
July 16, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England