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O'CONNELL AND RAPHAEL

O'CONNELL AND RAPHAEL

The Courier of last night contains'a defence of Mr. O'Connell's letter to Mr. Raphael, in which, as we informed the public six days ago, the master of the Ministry offered to give the ex-shetiff a baronetcy in lieu of the seat of Carlow, which he had sold, but could not deliver
February 11, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
IRISH POOR LAW.

IRISH POOR LAW.

Sir R. Musgrave's motion for leave to bring in a Bill for the relief of the Poor in Ireland, was agreed to by the House of Commons last night without a division. Although we think the hon. Gentleman would have acted more wisely in postponing this measure, upon hearing the explan
February 11, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

WOOLWICH .The African, Lieut. West, was paid off at Woolwich on Wednesday; and the Columbia, Mr. Hendeison, master, yesterday. Previous to the latter vessel leaving Barbadoes Mr. Hendeison received a highly complimentary letter from Colonel Sir Lionel Smith K.C.8., (the governor
September 19, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
MINISTERIAL PORTRAITS. LORD JOHN.

MINISTERIAL PORTRAITS. LORD JOHN.

The near approach of the period at which it will be possible to call Ministers to account for their continued betlayal of the interests of the British nation makes it desirable that no oppoaunity should be lost of impressing upon the [public a just sense of the pressing reasons
February 1, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
TOBY MISCALCULATIONS.

TOBY MISCALCULATIONS.

Zeta, the perrennial correspondent of the Morning Pest, has proved, with his seV-satisfaction, that the " Whig-Radical" or Ministerial majority next session will not exceed five votes; and a correspondent of the Tory Evening print supplies a statement of the comparative strength
February 1, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE COMING SESSION.

THE COMING SESSION.

Each session since tiiTy - e)ar 1830 has been pro-, nounced the most important in the history of the country, and each, in its time, has with truth Veen so described, for things are step by step advancing to the great decisive struggle between the people interested in reformatio
February 1, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
ORD JOHN RUSSELL AND J. S. BUCKINGHAM, ESQ. • rWe gave yesterday copies of three letters that had passed between

ORD JOHN RUSSELL AND J. S. BUCKINGHAM, ESQ. • rWe gave yesterday copies of three letters that had passed between

Mr. Buckingham and Lord John Russell. This morning a fourth letter in continuation of the series, appeared in the, "Morning Chronicle." Th e f o llOWi n g is a copy of it.] My Lord—l have just received your lett e r o f the 10th 'instant, addressed to me at Guildford, and forwar
September 16, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
A CENTLEMANLi SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR .£3. THE NEW SPRING TROUSERS PER PAIR. MARCELLAS WAISTCOATS, NEW DEVICES, STYLISH —NEAT--OR ELEGANT,

A CENTLEMANLi SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR .£3. THE NEW SPRING TROUSERS PER PAIR. MARCELLAS WAISTCOATS, NEW DEVICES, STYLISH —NEAT--OR ELEGANT,

6s. EACH. ARE THEY ? --- SEE THEM 97, FLEET-ST. WRITE DOWN THE ADDRESS.
September 16, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
UNITED STATES.

UNITED STATES.

Nothing of any importance has recently occurred; but the country is rapidly recovering the check to busines s which the great fire in N ew Y or k occasioned. Joint Stock banking is going on in the states to a great extent, and by some it is feared it will ultimately cause a pani
September 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE OLD PROVERB.

THE OLD PROVERB.

"Drowning men," says the proverb, "will catch at straws." The recent conduct of the Tories is a case la point. Many a straw have they snatched at within the last few years. The last one is the rumour—invented, doubtless, by some of themselves—that Mr. Sergeant O'Loghlen is about
September 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England