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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

MOUSE OF LORDS, Lord WHARNCLI Mid that the day heed fur CM the sward reading of the Bell would be isconyeateat the atteadaisce ut Noble Lords, and particularly of those who were e ngaged to A public duty at the gooier He hoped, tbeeefore, the Noble would have no objeehou to oist
April 7, 1832 - Halifax Express - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HOUSE OP LORDS, MONDAT, APRIL 2.

HOUSE OP LORDS, MONDAT, APRIL 2.

Lord presented a petition from liversedge, in Yorkshire, in favour of the new system .4 education in Ireland. tie second reading of the Resolution of Pluralities Bill being moved, Lord Surritin said that, though he was owned in pr i nc iple as much as ever to the Rill , y e t ,
April 7, 1832 - Halifax Express - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
DOUSE Or LORDS, TIIUMSDAY, Aral'. S.

DOUSE Or LORDS, TIIUMSDAY, Aral'. S.

DOUSE Or LORDS, Aral'. S. KING presented a petition from a National Political Union, the name of which not read, praying for Parliamentary Reoriit. Ilia Lordship said, that he knew not whether it fortunate or the reverse, tint few Itcf.lrmietitions were presented to that House. H
April 7, 1832 - Halifax Express - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

On Weduradoy lag, at Wicketsley, ►irkby Fenton. of Thorp-on thr•Ilill, to Moo &MU' of the Rev. John Foster, of On Monday lad, Mr. Juteph Band, to Mos Ameba Tempest, Clayton. Same day, Mr. Jeremiah Dry" teaser. Mir Ifaassh Crandon& Threateo. Os last, Mr. Mary Oahe., both of Sowed
August 25, 1832 - Halifax Express - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

MARK LANK, MONDAY, booted /how of .11 deem reel, Reef &diet ; IR have but fresh murals.' lin% sod Oslo the yet three a he the re law .e. k, mei the day l r tai 4.130 tea W gra Bork, 1 Is 4, eve 315 qr. Tam; with SW Rapeseed, owl dry Wheat tee. le be takes. Weerbly al 'beat honor
April 7, 1832 - Halifax Express - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
VALUABLE FREE.HOLD ESTATE,

VALUABLE FREE.HOLD ESTATE,

Near ADLINCHAM, is Woof-aidiroi SA V York. T°RE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. at the Home of Mr. Spencer, the King's Arms Inn, in Addingloon, on the 26th Ihy of July, DUI, at Three o'Clock In the Afternoon, (*abject to such Conditions as will be then and there produced„ A very desirab
July 16, 1831 - Halifax Express - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
dutrlbbb Ist red raw. Abed dosi rob tom dry ewe mord Yr die art trim. at the borradoodiret, dry rotes

dutrlbbb Ist red raw. Abed dosi rob tom dry ewe mord Yr die art trim. at the borradoodiret, dry rotes

Ws Murry rpdr, Ili de len rat muse bb ap k elm hem •Irsdiiirollorteads tremoliks doh Orr. 'hide woo r. Froday the Mb d Ibroesobr Wt. Cd Uri tby, lb. pram got up eat), sod rimpsed u Imolt, hothe tarpon of maw; beef *ale duo eft tbo bar, rod lbd trl mum all .ter rs,glroghi. Ibe ai
July 16, 1831 - Halifax Express - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—Nov a,

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—Nov a,

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—Nov Gandhian. v. —nth was an action fur a libel. It appeared that the plaintiff ►ad been Mayne of Itiehinund, In Yorkshire; and, alrile tilling that office, purchased, an be was a utoornced by the cuctum of the town, coal. for the pur owe of .applying them t
December 1, 1832 - Halifax Express - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANIES.

MISCELLANIES.

The King of Holland has granted permission for the English engint era to pursue uninterruptedly the construction of the iron railway recently commenced in the wit-Indy of Amsterdam. The iron and other materials are British foundry.—The King of 'Jutland has d • proclamation for a
December 1, 1832 - Halifax Express - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
811 HAMS. PITTCU. pit cwt. Peal. IL MAW s • • N• 46 • N 4 44 • 44 it

811 HAMS. PITTCU. pit cwt. Peal. IL MAW s • • N• 46 • N 4 44 • 44 it

• • won mud •44 M • 83 43 • 11300 Irl.B YY 1 • 74 43 40 V... 3 ...mil New Cram Cork SIMMS.
December 1, 1832 - Halifax Express - Halifax, Yorkshire, England