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HOUSE OF COMM:WS – WEDN ESDAY.

HOUSE OF COMM:WS – WEDN ESDAY.

HOUSE OF COMM:WS - WEDN ESDAY. The SPEAXER took the Chair at a quarter past twelve o'clock. The Viscount Keith's Estate Bill was read a second time. The Hale (Cornwall) Railway Bill was read a third time, raid passed. The Hammersmith Parochial Bill was read a . . . . -- third - t
June 12, 1834 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
-110 P DUTY.

-110 P DUTY.

- 110 P DUTY. The accounts from the hop grounds yesterday repreAent no diminution of fly, and the duty is calculated at from 90,0001. to 95,0001.—1 bid. , (li' !- , I'OCI;S H A ide P A S r 4/N E. Ba!il: Stock tridir, Sr.ock Thre, per Cent. Consols 00;1,44 for Account Three per Ce
June 12, 1834 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
UNITED KINGDOM LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, No. 8, Waterloo-place, Pallmall, Established by Act of Parliament, for Assurances on Lives and Survivorships,

UNITED KINGDOM LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, No. 8, Waterloo-place, Pallmall, Established by Act of Parliament, for Assurances on Lives and Survivorships,

and likewise for the Granting and Purchasing of Annuities. Capital, ONE MILLION, in 50,000 Shares of 20/. each. HONORARY PRESIDENTS. Earl of Erroll Lord Viscount Eastnor,M.P Earl of Courtown Lord Viscount Glandine Earl Leven and Melville Lord Elphinstone Lord Viscount Falkland L
February 11, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11.

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11.

Mr, Murray, who has resigned his office of Magistrate of Police, has been appointed to the Secretaryship of the Church Commission. Mr. Murray was Secretary to an Ecclesiastic& Commission some years ago, and is a gentleman of well-known sagacity, in and astuteness. Accounts from
February 11, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
THE FINE ARTS.

THE FINE ARTS.

The annual exhibition of the works of living British artists, at the British Institution, Pall-mall, is now open. This collection comprehends historical compositions, land. napes, and cabinet pictures, or representations of domestic life and manners, &c. Portraits are, by the re
February 11, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
THE RADICAL IVFIIG FACTION. (From the Morning _Post.) The name of " pubic irinciple" has never, perhaps, been so shamelessly

THE RADICAL IVFIIG FACTION. (From the Morning _Post.) The name of " pubic irinciple" has never, perhaps, been so shamelessly

prostituted by any party in Great Britain as it has been within the last few weeks by that disreputable, mercenary, and factious portion of the Whig-Radical junta of which Lord JOHN RUSSELL has placed himself at the head, and of which Mr. ABERCROMBY, although with manifest and a
February 11, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
LLONDON and WESTMINSTER JOINT STOCK BANK.—Notice is hereby given, that the FIRST ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of PROPRIETORS will be held

LLONDON and WESTMINSTER JOINT STOCK BANK.—Notice is hereby given, that the FIRST ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of PROPRIETORS will be held

here on WEDNESDAY, the 4th of March next. The Chair to be taken at One o'clock precisely. By order of the Board, JAMES WILLIAM GILBART, Manager. 38. Throgmorton-street, Feb. t, 1835.
February 11, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
ELICAN LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICES, Lombard-street and Spting Gardens. DIRECTORS. Matthias Attwood, Esq., William Davis ; Esq. M. P. Jas. A.

ELICAN LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICES, Lombard-street and Spting Gardens. DIRECTORS. Matthias Attwood, Esq., William Davis ; Esq. M. P. Jas. A.

Gordon, Esq., M.D. W. Stanley Clarke, Esq., Hugh Hammersley, Esq. F.R.S. Sir William He.ygate, Bart. John Coope, Esq. and Alderman. Win. Cotton, Esq., F.R.S. J. Petty Muspratt, Esq. Sir William Curtis, Bart. William Samler, Esq. Charles Hampden Turner, Geo. Shum Storey, Esq. Esq
February 11, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
CERVANTES'S SMALLER NoVELS. Will be published in the Parterre. The Vllth Monthly Part, price only One Shillinz. contains the whole

CERVANTES'S SMALLER NoVELS. Will be published in the Parterre. The Vllth Monthly Part, price only One Shillinz. contains the whole

of THE GENEROUS LOVER. Formin g the first of the Series, illustrated with two beautiful En. , gravings ; it is now first translated (expressly for this work). This part also conta i ns The Evils of a Name, by Gregory Smith; an Adventure in th e A ndes, by the Author o f " A T a
February 11, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
SE RVICE-ABLE RAW STAVES AND SCANTLING AT PLYMOUTH. Admiralty, Somerset-place, Feb. 14, 1635. 4 4 11 4 4 1, fi

SE RVICE-ABLE RAW STAVES AND SCANTLING AT PLYMOUTH. Admiralty, Somerset-place, Feb. 14, 1635. 4 4 11 4 4 1, fi

f'o rdi tn tnissioners for executing the Office r igh Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain hereby give notice, that on THURSDAY, the 19th of Eleven o'cluck in the forenoon, the Captain-Super. a . ' will Pitt lip to SALE, in the Royal William Victualling_ 11,, ne ilh, i
March 18, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England