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HOUSE OF COMMONS-WEDNESDAY. CORONERS BILL.

HOUSE OF COMMONS-WEDNESDAY. CORONERS BILL.

Lord 11. VANE, in moving the second reading of this Bill, explained the nature of the measure and the evils it was intended to remedy, and showed the expediency, upon principle, as well as in practice, of paying coroners by salary instead of by fees.—Mr. FITZROY explained the ob
May 31, 1851 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY NEWS.

THE WEEKLY NEWS.

LIBERATION OF KossuTn.—On Tuesday evening, a very.largc meeting of the inhabitants of Kensington was held to express sympathy with Louis Kossuth and his fellow-refugees in Turkey,.and to Memorialise the British Government and Parliament to take measures for terminating their for
May 31, 1851 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Ata

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silver, iron, and copper, mahogany and other woodsthe makers of musical and scientific instruments, watches, chronometers, carriages, agricultural machines and fountains; the producers of flowers and plants, decorators and stained .glass makers, sculptors and carvers in wood and
May 31, 1851 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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and a son. The father, one of the old Butted Uri Delisle POre, is interested in preventing the marriage.. of a young girl Pauline (nicely acted by Millle. Scriwaneck), as she does not like the man proposed by her uncle, and is in love with his son, Delis& PIE, who is away with h
May 31, 1851 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
National Reform Associa- tion and Mr. Cobden 513 Railway Massacres 513 Papal Developments _ . Abroad Ernest Jones.—Punishment of PoliticalOffencessl4

National Reform Associa- tion and Mr. Cobden 513 Railway Massacres 513 Papal Developments _ . Abroad Ernest Jones.—Punishment of PoliticalOffencessl4

'T he Ceylon Inquiry 515 The Tamworth Riot 515 Foreign News Late Election Farce in Spain Arrival of the Duke of Saldanha in Lisbon 516 The French in Rome 516 Fatal Duel at Boulogne 517 Royal Letter Writers 517 Domestic News : Parliamentary Chronicle 517 Metropolitan 519 Provinci
May 31, 1851 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PAGE Ireland Proceedings in Courts of Law and Police Court, Fashion, and Varieties Communications, Social and Statistical:— The Palace of

PAGE Ireland Proceedings in Courts of Law and Police Court, Fashion, and Varieties Communications, Social and Statistical:— The Palace of

Industry 524 Literature 525 Drama Music 528 Universities, and Collegiate Institutions 528 Army and Navy 529 Sporting Intelligence 529 First Steam Ship that crossed the Atlantic 530 City News, itc., c 530 Funds Postscript 531 Gazette 532 Births, Deaths, Marriages 533 Advertisemen
May 31, 1851 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1851.

SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1851.

I aristocratism of the Lower House, but that it has become a matter of absolute and urgent necessity with a view to the possible continuance of Representative Government itself. Who shall say, with the experience of the present Session fresh on his mind, that there is anything e
May 31, 1851 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
decided upon, however, steam-ships will sail regularly once a-week throughout the year without interruption, calling, as at present, at Halifax

decided upon, however, steam-ships will sail regularly once a-week throughout the year without interruption, calling, as at present, at Halifax

en route, each alternate voyage. __ . _ DIOCESAN SYNOD.—The Bishop of Exeter has not been able to browbeat all of his clergy into an acquiescence in his proposed synod. Fortyfour reverend gentlemen have declined to take any part in the farce, and have, moreover, boldly published
May 31, 1851 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

The History of Norm — andy and of England. By Sir Francis Pa'grave, K.H. Vol I. London: J. W. Parker and Son. The appearance of a book by Sir Francis Palgrave is always welcome to the deep and serious student of our history, though his volumes will certainly never be ranked amon
May 31, 1851 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PARTMENT.

PARTMENT.

Government Securities(includng Dund Weight Annuity) £l3 593.235 Other Securities 11,94.785 Notes Goldaud Silver 662.339 EA,!16,484 NIAilsitALL, Chief Cashier. I. BRITISH FUNDS ISat. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur . _ 3 per CI. Reduced 197 971 97 97 97 1 Ct. Consols 971 93 974 971 971 Ditt
May 31, 1851 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England