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CRAMP and Mrs. BINGE - JAM aegnaini their Friends and the Public that the peculiar mode of Cure in Scorbutic

CRAMP and Mrs. BINGE - JAM aegnaini their Friends and the Public that the peculiar mode of Cure in Scorbutic

Affections is cop tinu2d to be practised as usual by a Preparation entirely from Herbs, unlike any hitherto exhibited, and which is so perfectly harmless that it may be administered to the most delicate infant. • .Mrs.; C. is enabled to - speak with confidence of the efficacy of
April 5, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
ES 5'1?...1' EL EC TI ON.

ES 5'1?...1' EL EC TI ON.

ES EL EC TI ON. Chelmsford, Tuesday Ereniog. . The dinnereWhich followed, the chairing of Mr. Wellesley, was served in the long room, and consisted of 'turtle and other .choice fare, with - excellent wines. Afte: the usua loyal and public toitsti had, been drunk, , Mr. Wellesley
May 20, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
THE TURF. EPSOIII_RACLS.---TitunsbAY. The charaCteristies. of the day are So well known, and have been so frequently and so fully

THE TURF. EPSOIII_RACLS.---TitunsbAY. The charaCteristies. of the day are So well known, and have been so frequently and so fully

described, that to enter into a detail of the incidents of this day w6uld be mere waste Of rime., We *shall briefly state that the panorama of the road was a mere repetition of the scene that has been exhibited on every similar occasion for many years past; but it is net to b e
May 20, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
such teas the constitution r.s it had been described by his right honourable friend the member for Tamworth, in his

such teas the constitution r.s it had been described by his right honourable friend the member for Tamworth, in his

able, eloquent, and most impressive speech last night,— a speech which recalled to mind the best times of the House of Commons. (Cheers.) A perfect government it was not possible to possess; but our government had one peculiar advantage,—that however popular clamour might exist
March 5, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

CITY, SATURDAY, TWELVE o'CLcicK•—Business is almost neglected, and so it will continue until the decision upon Lord John Russell's motion arrives. It is the expectation here that the house will discuss the measure the greater part of next week, and if they do it will seriously a
March 5, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY INDELLICENCE.

UNIVERSITY INDELLICENCE.

CAMBRIDGE, MARCH 4.—The Rev. Thomas Jarrett, M.A., Fellow of Catherine-hall, was yesterday elected Professor of Arabic, in the room of the Rev. S. Lee, B.D. now Regius Professor of Hebrew. On Monday last, Mr. James Hildyard, of Christ College, was unanimously elected University
March 5, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
PARIS PAPERS.

PARIS PAPERS.

PARIS, June 1. On Monday evening the Austrian Ambassador had the honour of paying his respects to the King, who afterwards granted an audience to the Prefect of the Police. Yesterday his Majesty came to Paris, and at one o'clock held a Council of Ministers, which sat till four.
June 3, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
I perhaps partition her out like Poland, for, according to the system of 1814 and 1815, the will and interests

I perhaps partition her out like Poland, for, according to the system of 1814 and 1815, the will and interests

of the people have no influence in the composition of states. The Belgian revolution, therefore, has but one means of safety —war, prompt and itnmediate war, undertaken before Poland is converted into a tomb, - and before the intrigues of the juste milieu have revived the chambe
June 3, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBION:

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBION:

IN THE MATTER OF JOHN KNIGHT, A SUPPOSED LUNATIC. Southampton, June 2, 1830. SIR—I have read with equal surprise and regret that part of your report in yesterday's Albion of this matter, which represents me as the solicitor in it. I doubt very much if your reporter can have corr
June 3, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
CORN EXCHANGE.

CORN EXCHANGE.

MARK-LANF, JUNE 3. present week's supplies consist of 4,310 sacks of flour; 2,110 quarters of English and 13,485 qua' tei s of lorn wheat; 1,035 quarters of English and 1,590 quarters of foreign iaey; 9,260 quarters of English, 7,080 quarters of Irish, and 3,310 quarters of V eA
June 3, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England