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Mr. Hamilton applied to have the prisoner admitted to bail.

Mr. Hamilton applied to have the prisoner admitted to bail.

Judge Jebb.—.lSail cannot be taken, and the trial must be postponed to the next sitting of the court. Dillon was then brought back in custody to Newgate. The court adjourned to this morning.
February 24, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

On March 7, at Bangor county of Down, the Right Hon. Colonel Ward, in the 77th year of his age. On the 9th inst. after a short illness, Mrs. Elizabeth Ploren. tine Richter, wife of 111: A. Richter, of the iirm of Messrs. Trcuttel, Wurtz, and Co„ booksellers, 30, Soho-square. Her
March 14, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
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April 11, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY.

DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY.

James 'Walter Lyon, Macclesfield-street, North, Middlesex, brewer. George -Richardscn, Derby, wharfinger. John King, 1, St. John's place, Bath, victualler. Edward Bayly and Robert Smart, Basingliall-street, warehousemen. BANKRUPTS. Rowland Jones, 27, Cornhill, hosier, to surrend
May 4, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
R. M.

R. M.

Duke of Rutland's Clansman (Robinson) Colonel Wilson's c., by Emilius, out of Rotterdam The following were not placed :—Mr. Sowerby's Sir Thomas (third) ; Mr. Batson's Muff; Mr. Harris's c., by Manfred, out of Palmyra; •General Grosvenor's Myrtilla ; Lord Egremont's f., by Whale
May 4, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
PAT 7ö TIERS

PAT 7ö TIERS

PAT 7 ö TIERS /imong,t the numberless delusions practised upon the good easy PEOPLE Of ENGLAND, there are none which SO cotn,detelv as dime which are brought to their view in the shape of references to by-gone days, in order, by a comparison of the past with the present, to induc
May 4, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
CONCILIATORY REFORM.

CONCILIATORY REFORM.

We have been favoured with a copy of a r amphlet entitled "Conciliatory Reform," just published by Hatchard and Son. It is from the pen of Francis Palgrave, Esq. of the Inner Temple, and consists of a new Reform Bill, introduced by a discussion of the defects in the present Bill
May 25, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
REFORM.

REFORM.

Lord KING presented petitions from the town of Croydon and the city of Norwich in favour of Parliamentary Reform. The Earl of RADNOR presented petitions from a parish in die county of York, and from Beckenham and another place in Kent, for Reform upon the principles of Universal
March 3, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England