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THE AUSTRIAN= NATIONAL

THE AUSTRIAN= NATIONAL

COMPOSED FOR.THE.PRESENT EMPEROR. Gott! erhalte unsern Kaiser, Unsern. Kaiser Ferdinand. Reich' o Herr! dem guten Kaiser Heine starke Vaterhand ! Wie em n zweiter Vater schalte Er an deiner Statt im Land! Ja den Kaiser, Gott! erhalte Unsern Kaiser Ferdinand. God preserve our Emp
October 9, 1836 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
, PRINTERS' BROKERS, AND OTHERS. w T OPRPER PRESS, N, obe ANTED T t ER , S a Double-crown or

, PRINTERS' BROKERS, AND OTHERS. w T OPRPER PRESS, N, obe ANTED T t ER , S a Double-crown or

Super-royal IRON paid for by instalments, which must be moderate. The most respectable security will be given. Apply (if by letter, post-paid), to X.Y.Z. Mercury Office, Catherinestreet, Strand.
September 24, 1836 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
)F4. THE LONDON MERCURY.

)F4. THE LONDON MERCURY.

pensive it was even now .to effect the registration of thewotzrs limited in number as they were, they must see that a universal registration mutt present obstacles too great to be surmounted. He believed, moreover, that the people would exercise their franchise carelessly, and t
September 18, 1836 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We are already overwhelmed with the . favours ( some questionable) of engaged or promising Subscribers, and it is necessary, on the grounds of convenience to them and justice to the public, to state very clearly, the course which the Mercury will adopt, in reference to this depa
September 18, 1836 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
VARIETIES (ORIGINAL.)

VARIETIES (ORIGINAL.)

Fashions of the Month. The costume of the promenade is with difficulty determined at this season; the leaders are either decidedly out of town, or appear only towards evening amongst the incogniti of Brompton and Little Chelsea. It is settled, however, that the collars of the mo
September 18, 1836 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
LONDON MERCURY.

LONDON MERCURY.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1836. O'CONNELL AND THE FACTORY CHILDREN. One of the Provincial Papers, which treats as incredibly absurd, the charge which is current in Yorkshire and Lancashire, against Mr. O'Connell, in reference to his vote on the Factory Question, has, at length, called
October 16, 1836 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON iIIERCURY.

THE LONDON iIIERCURY.

"London, Aug. 2. " pziy, pzig, pkim, pkky. " 35152316 ky. " gg agz im. "Do not forget 25?4,242131• " There have been fluctuations at Amsterdam, ascribed to the mess of Mr. Rothschild. Here it is said that he is dead, and to ..hat is attributed 2215 35 15 2316161634. The Paris pr
October 16, 1836 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
WAR-OFFICE, OCTOBER 14.

WAR-OFFICE, OCTOBER 14.

18th Regiment of Foot—Assistant Surgeon Donald M'Kinley, M. D., to be Surgeon, vice Davies, who retires; Staff-Assistant Surgeon Charles Cowen to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice M'Kinlay. 35th Foot—Staff-Assistant-Surgeon Archibald Gordon, M. D., to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Milne,
October 16, 1836 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
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92

We announce to-day the death of General Sir Charles Grenville, Colonel of the 38th Regiment. The last vacant Colonelcy was, we believe, filled up by that extraordinary politician, General Sir Rob. Wilson, formerly an ultra Whig or Radical, now an ultra Tory. — We cannot refrain
December 4, 1836 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
IRISH POOR LAWS.

IRISH POOR LAWS.

Mr. O'Connell professes himself willing to provide for the Irish poor—but he dislikes the principle of the old English poor-law. His poor-law, he declares, should consist in good government, and in a heavy tax on absentees, for the benefit of the unemployed poor. But why does Mr
December 4, 1836 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England