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DEFENCE OF O'CONNELL.

DEFENCE OF O'CONNELL.

NO. 111. IR,-Mr _ O'Connell, since he has had the honour of a seat in Parliament, has never erected the standard of neutrality in a question, or on a division of the House; and this he most do, or demand all our liberties in a lump (or the liberties of Ireland) to please the Cha
April 14, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
BOW-STREET.

BOW-STREET.

ROBBERY AT THE POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTION.-Mary Osborn, residing at N 0.5, Plummer's-court, Clerkenwell, was yesterday brought before Mr. Twyford, charged with stealing three valuable ivory busts, the property of the directors of the Polytechnic Institution, Regent -street. John Ki
April 14, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

TIIE CASE OF FRANCIS HASTINGS MEDITURST.—In the course of the day the grand jury found a true bill against Froncis Hastings Medhurst for manslaughter. Mr. Phillips (who is engaged for the defence) made an application to the Court to have a day fixed for the trial. He said that t
April 14, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
SURREY QUARTER SESSIONS-REIGATE.

SURREY QUARTER SESSIONS-REIGATE.

Tue. WIMBLEDON DUEL.—At the sitting of ale Court a memorial was presented to Lord Eastnor, from John Ycrang, Henry Webber, and Edward Delves Broughton, three. prisoners at present confined in Guildford Gaol, praying the Cottrt to order some further indulgences to be allowed them
April 14, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

MERCIFUL TREATMENT UNDER THE NEW POOR LAW. A case of great importance, and - which is attended with many extraordinary circumstances, was settled yi few days ago by Mr. William Moody, the barrister, it having been referred to him for arbitration under an order of the Bath quarte
April 14, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
EYE PRESERVING SPECTACLES.

EYE PRESERVING SPECTACLES.

HAMBERLA IN, Manufacturer of the EYEIL) PRESERVING SPECTACLES. upon unerring principles, respectfully informs the Public. that his prtces are less than half those usually charged by other Opticians. Patronised by the Nobility, Clergy, the Principals of the British Museum, and st
April 14, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Courripottbente, THE COALWHIPPERS.

Courripottbente, THE COALWHIPPERS.

LETTER VII. Mr. EDITOR,—Nis a fact, which the . history of almost every country will fully prove, that when even a spirit of freedom, like an emanation from above, begins to display itself in a certain class of the community, who happen naturally, or through accident, to be infe
April 14, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
HINTS TO PRECURSORS. (No. Iv.) We have every reason to believe that all the hints" previously suggested by us, are

HINTS TO PRECURSORS. (No. Iv.) We have every reason to believe that all the hints" previously suggested by us, are

adopted by the great body of Precursors. As regards the reservation of our funds, the most important question, that is swilled here; but mark you, my friends, subject to the approval of O'Connell. We must not have Peter Purcells amongst us: we must, whatever our opinions may be,
April 14, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
Varltanicntarp Wiltztligcncc.

Varltanicntarp Wiltztligcncc.

HOUSE OF COAIMONS. 'MONDAY.—The Commons re-assembled this day. The SPEAKER informed the house that the requisite recognisances on the subject of the Carlow election had not been entered into. The order for taking the same into consideration Was consequently discharged. A petitio
April 14, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
IRELAND. UNITED PARISHES OF ST. MARY AND ST. GEORGE.

IRELAND. UNITED PARISHES OF ST. MARY AND ST. GEORGE.

A meeting of the inhabitants of these Parishes was held in the Temperance-hall, Denmark- . street. John M`Kenna, Esq., was called to the chair amid loud cheers. Mr. Ryan was-reqnested to act as Secretary. • _ The Chairman proceeded to read the petition to the meeting, but was in
April 14, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England