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his speeches at Tamworth dinner, will be as much an object of dislike to the Universities and parsons, as he

his speeches at Tamworth dinner, will be as much an object of dislike to the Universities and parsons, as he

waS after voting for Catholic emancipation. lie is, in fact, nOlonger a To,ry. Bit by hit, be Must abandOir every one of the principles Mi which he opposed the Reform Bill. There is no halting between them and the principle of reform—bet ween naming representatives for the peopl
May 23, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
REIGN AFFAIRS—POLAND. Price One Shilling. MONTAGUE GORE, Esq., on the AFFAIRS of PO in a Letter to the Right Hon.

REIGN AFFAIRS—POLAND. Price One Shilling. MONTAGUE GORE, Esq., on the AFFAIRS of PO in a Letter to the Right Hon.

Viscount Palmerston. Is. Also, just published, THOUGHTS on the PRESENT ASPECT of FOREIGN AFFAIRS. By an ENGLISHMAN. 3s. And • Lord JOHN RUSSELL'S LETTER to Lord HOLLAND on FOREIGN POLITICS. Fourth Edition, 2s. 6d. James Ridgway, 169, Piccadilly; and throggh every Bookseller.
June 20, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
MAILS.

MAILS.

ARR. DUE. I ARR. DITE• ARR. DUE. 1 France 0 0 Sweden 1 0 America 0 1 Hamburgh 0 2 Dublin 0 0 Brazil 0 1 Holland 0 2 Waterford 0 08. Ayres 1 1 Flanders 0 1 Guern. & Jen 0 0 Lee. Islands 1
May 16, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
feeling, and when every day more and more ex- Poses the imposition and wickedness of the proposed measure, it would

feeling, and when every day more and more ex- Poses the imposition and wickedness of the proposed measure, it would

be as advisable as it would be constitutional for the Peers, who ar2 sneered at, and even threatened in the ministerial journals, to subscribe their names to a gpublic declaration of their views and feelings upon the question. Every one of their Lordmoreover, has the privilege o
May 16, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
LADY CLARE.

LADY CLARE.

Among the many arnusing anecdotes which recent disturbance-has elicited„ we beg to mention one which we attest on good authority A few days since a frieruk of ours in Clare, sitting in quiet in his own drawing-room, perceived apparently a lady. riding up his avenue, followed by
May 26, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
ROBBERY OF JEWELS BY A SERVANT.

ROBBERY OF JEWELS BY A SERVANT.

Ann Hyde, a young woman about 20 years of age, was brought before Mr. Roe, by Schofield, charged on suspicion of stealing a quantity of rubies and other precious stones, the property of Mr. Mackie, jeweller and goldsmith, residingin Queen_ street, Soho-square. From the evidence
May 26, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

GUILDHALL.—A ,female of uninteresting appearance, named Sarah Elizabeth Dunbar, was charged with annoying Cundy of 'the Royal ,Exchange. Cundy said the. case had been beard at the Mansion. house, and the prisoner had been remanded that the state of her mind might be ascertained
July 16, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
WINE TRADE.

WINE TRADE.

Viscount STRANGFORD took that opportunity of adverting to a matter of considerable importance to The commerce, and more especially to-the navigation, of this country.. He wished to do so without delay, because it was connected with a bill which would shortly be sent up to their
September 14, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
INDIAN CHOLERA.

INDIAN CHOLERA.

TO THE EDITOR. Sir—As it is extremely possible that the India cholera will reach London, a few words of precautionary advice to the citizens on this subject may probably seem worthy of a place in your journal. Such seasons of national calamity have uniformly called into existenc
June 18, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
On Monday will be published, OPINIONS upon REFORM, by the late Right Honourable EDMUND BURKE. Bvo. Is. • SPEECH of

On Monday will be published, OPINIONS upon REFORM, by the late Right Honourable EDMUND BURKE. Bvo. Is. • SPEECH of

the late Right HonourableEDMUND BURKE, on REFORM, in ; with Extracts from the Speech of the late Right Honourable WILLIAM WINDHAM, on Mr. CURWEN'S REFORM BILL, 1809. Bvo. Is. A New Edition of A LETTER from the Right Honourable EDMUND BURKE to a NOBLE LORD, on the ATTACK by the '
June 18, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England