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SUMNER ASSIZES

SUMNER ASSIZES

BURY ST. EDMUNDS.—FRIDAY, JULY 22. CROWN COURT ; (Before the Right Honourable Lord Lyndhurst.) It being the custom of the judge who opened the commission to preside in the Crown Court, it was thought that Mr. Baron Garrow would sit, but owing to Lord Lyndhurst being detained in
July 23, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
MARLBOROUGH STREET.

MARLBOROUGH STREET.

Information was last night given at this office of a robbery which had been committed at the house of Mrs. WelLs, in Market-street, Oxford-street. Mr„Wells,, the son of Mrs. Wells, stat:d that his mother,., who is a widow, keeps a respectable butcher's shop, in the street above-
July 23, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
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March 23, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
PREFATORY NOTE.

PREFATORY NOTE.

Bristol, Sept. 1, 1831. Sir—ln the colonies, I left excitement, alarm, and despair, brought to a crisis by the threats of his Majesty's ministers, in following up your last motion against the West India proprietors. In England, I find ruin, not only among the West India merchant
September 20, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTE LLIGENCE. • PARIS PAPERS.—(RECEIVED THIS DAlr.) PARIS, Sept. 0. OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF THE DISTURBANCES OF YESTERDAY.

FOREIGN INTE LLIGENCE. • PARIS PAPERS.—(RECEIVED THIS DAlr.) PARIS, Sept. 0. OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF THE DISTURBANCES OF YESTERDAY.

King w e a n i s t d s having T he of a a s d n gi u no n vp f e o ra r nr t F o a nn t te the ceovue morningnl d t , w no l cb s uo t fc l ke ehe n ed o i b oi l nt e h e :l ff va o p r rn t t ber of young men put crape on as a sign of mourning, or, if one is to believe the res
September 20, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
had been killed, and cannon were levelled against them and communal guard. "According to letters fcom Brunswick, Duke William, who

had been killed, and cannon were levelled against them and communal guard. "According to letters fcom Brunswick, Duke William, who

has llitherto only governed as Regent, had appointed the 24th as the day on which the inhabitants of the Duchy were to take oath and do homage to him as their Sovereign Prince. As this, however, is a manifest infraction of public right, which has hither_ la prevailed throughout
April 28, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
POLAND.

POLAND.

The Union, a journal of Warsaw, which arrived to-day from Paris, contains the details and the documents which have been published relative to the massacres of which that capital has been the theatre. The facts already revealed by the Paris journals are far from approaching the a
September 12, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
Eiyz aition+

Eiyz aition+

MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12. The following letter from our Paris Correspondent received this day will be read with interest. He con. ::iders the question of war as standing on the cast of a die, and the immediate withdrawal of the whole of the French troops from Belgium as the
September 12, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
LADIES' DRESSES.

LADIES' DRESSES.

HERlllA4s , rir. - -A superb British point lace dress of the Honiton manufacture, oYer.rich white satin; train of beautiful rose-coloured velvet, lined with White satin, trimmed with point lace to coiresOond. (The velvet was presented to her Majesty by the Spita/fiehis'weavers.)
February 25, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

The downfal of the Church of England is certain. Nothing in the whole world can save it,—neither the learning, the upright conduct of its ministers, nor the love and respect of the people, can possibly keep the Old fabric together many days longer. The fatal decree has gone fort
October 15, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England