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PRESIDENT JACKSON'S MESSAGE.

PRESIDENT JACKSON'S MESSAGE.

We received last night by express from Portsmouth the address of the American President to Congress on the subject of the relations between .that Government and the Government of France.
February 10, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
VISIT OF HIS MAJESTY TO KEW.

VISIT OF HIS MAJESTY TO KEW.

Yesterday his Majesty paid Kew a fourth visit this summer, on which occasion tee inhabitants of that . peaceful village intimated the sense entertained,hy them of his Majesty's bounty towards Kew Churoh by setting it apart as a day of rejoicing. On Saturday a sirelendid triumpha
September 21, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
k THE DAILY POLITICIAN.

k THE DAILY POLITICIAN.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBE R 21 , 1836. the French p a p ers o f S unday, that it appears b y the Ministerial appointments are not yet completed —the departments of War and Commerce still re rna i ii i tlg open • it is mortifying, after all the sacrifices t h a t have been made
September 21, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
SOUTH AMERICA.

SOUTH AMERICA.

Two packets from Mexico have arrived at Falmouth, the one bringing a mail from the capital with dates to the 16th of November last, and the other a month later ; but neither of them bringing sueh late intelligence as we have already received through the New Orleans papers, eithe
February 19, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
MR. B ULIVER'S LETTER.

MR. B ULIVER'S LETTER.

Mr, H. Lytton Bawer, the member for Marylet4ne, has just published a pamphlet letttr, under the title "The Louis the Government, and . the Country." • Mr: Bulwer's ajecta are, to describe the proceedings of the Parliament during the last session, to deprecate division amongst It
October 8, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
ADELPHI,

ADELPHI,

A new piece, called the Doom of Marano, or Me Spirit of Good and Evil, was produced on Monday night at this theatre and was successful. The acting of Mr. Lyon in the libertine bold was really gooi. His taunts to his brother were admirably given. Mrs. Sterling was happy in a wait
October 8, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
QUEEN'S

QUEEN'S

_ The autumn performances at this little theatre commenced on Monday night The entertainments were the Striking Beauty, a new piece called Kate Kearney, some imitations . 1)y Mr. Buckingham, from Vauxhall, Simpson and Co., and Teddy the Tiler. Kate-Kearney is an exceedingly pret
October 8, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE LIVAPOOL ATROCITY.

THE LIVAPOOL ATROCITY.

LI the account given in our last number of the diaboli cal occurrence at Liverpool, it was stated that the bag which contained the other four letters havinLl already .4ern made up, it was despatched by the man du ing the conster7 nati , ni incident to the disaster ; and thlt Mr.
October 8, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
COALS. —The Sunderland Coal Company established for the supply of London and its Environs with the best Walls End Coals,

COALS. —The Sunderland Coal Company established for the supply of London and its Environs with the best Walls End Coals,

on the lowest possible terms for ready money, beg to quote their present prices—viz.. Best Iletton's, Stewarts, Lambton's; and Caswell's Walls End Coals at 29s,seconds fiom 265. to 235. per ton, best Coke 19s. per chitldron: delivered free of expense. Orders addressed to Sunderl
October 8, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
ittan+ PRICE TWO PENCE HALFPENNY

ittan+ PRICE TWO PENCE HALFPENNY

credit of the Radicals, though in a far greater to that of the Conservative , cause, sure we are that both Whi2s and. Radicals would at another election be found unwilling contributors to a large Conservative majority. In the - mean time we have one word more for Sir William Mol
September 22, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England