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REFORM BILL.

REFORM BILL.

Lord J. RUSSELL in moving the order of the day for bringing up the report of the Reform (England) Bill, said it would be necessary for him briefly to state the few alterations which were intended to be made since the bill had left the committee. The first alteration . would be a
September 14, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING, 1832.

NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING, 1832.

MONDAT. Mr. Theobald's Pilgrim, Bst. 7b., agst Mr. Wnstafr's b. Joan ofArc, fist. 41b. A F. 200, h. ft. 'FIRST SPRING IIII;ETING, 1832. MONDAY. Gen. Grosvenor's F. by Truffle, Bst. 71b., egst Lord Tavisock's c. by Wanderer, Bst. '2lb. B. M, 100 ; h. ft. TRUE SDAY. Gen. Grosvenor
September 14, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL, M.P.

TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL, M.P.

My LORD—As it is commonly bruited and admitted, that Your Lordship no longer assumes the " bill itself" and "nothing but the bill," as the corner stone on which the splendid edifice of your immortality is to be reared, I submit, how desirable a modification its preamble may unde
June 18, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
BOARD OF HEALTH.

BOARD OF HEALTH.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALEIOI4% SlR—After laying Turkey prostrate before the Muscovite at Navarino—after transferring the fee simple of the 311editerranean to France, in Greece and Algiers—after showing her the way to pare down the independence of an "old and faithful ally" on the
August 16, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
NORWICH AND LOWTSPOP2' IVAVICANOIV.

NORWICH AND LOWTSPOP2' IVAVICANOIV.

NORWICH AND The works at Lowestoft being completed, and which last Norwich, Beccles, and several inland towns in the counties Norfolk and Suffolk ports for sea-borne vessel s, of was appointed for their opening, and it was witnessed by all the surrounding neighbodrhoOd, as well a
August 16, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
• BIRTH. On 20th inst. in Baker-street, the la;15 . of Licutimant-0)1° Talbot, of a son. MARRIED. f lii On

• BIRTH. On 20th inst. in Baker-street, the la;15 . of Licutimant-0)1° Talbot, of a son. MARRIED. f lii On

Friday, the 17th inst. at Stradsett, in the county of Sor- ° , 4 ,,,;^ , Villebois, Esq. jun. eldest -on of H. Villebois, Esq. of Marhaty in the same county, to Maria, eldest daughter of the late r Bagge. Esq. of Stradsett Hall. theAtßti g ie ht Er ß it e is , !! A B n i f , h h
June 21, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

PARIS PAPERS. ST OCY-EXCUAN GE, September 27, Half-past Four o'Clock.— The market has been extremely flat, and the funds scarcely varied 20c. till towards the close of the day, when they rallied, and closed rather better than yesterday. No news has been in circulation, but specu
September 30, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

CITY, FRIDAY, TWELVE - O'CLOCY.—The contest fur the Mayoralty appears to occupy all the attention of the citizens, and business has been neglected. Consols opened at 811, then advanced to 2, and now are 81 1. There has been some speculative business doing, but not to any extent.
September 30, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
BURY TRINITY SESSIONS. -0-

BURY TRINITY SESSIONS. -0-

BURY TRINITY SESSIONS. These sessions terminated about Thursday noon. Both Courts were opened for the trial of prisoners; at one the Rev. Dr. Colville presided, and at the other the Rev. F. Cresswell. The trial of Isaac Johnson, for poisoning five horses, the property of Mr. Holm
July 15, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
We have nothing fresh from Antwerp. PARIS PAPERS. (From the Messager des Chambres, dated Saturday, Aug. 13.)

We have nothing fresh from Antwerp. PARIS PAPERS. (From the Messager des Chambres, dated Saturday, Aug. 13.)

PARIS, August 11. The sitting of the Chamber of Deputies is highly interesting. New men have lent the support of a conscientious adherence to the policy of order and peace. The reader will remark on this point of view, as well as on the score of talent, the speeches of Messrs. R
August 15, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England