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GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND.

GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND.

At the usual weekly meeting of this body, held ou Tuesday the following letter from Mr. O'CoN NELL was read. It will be seen that the Great Agitator invokes his friends once more to make a last desperate struggle to sustain the tottering, crest-fallen Whigs ;—every art and witch
April 30, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
TO ADVERTISERS.

TO ADVERTISERS.

The following is the Stamp Office Return of the Circulation of the undermentioned papers, from which it will be seen that The London Mercury has exceeded in circulation many of its older contemporaries, and is now rising more rapidly than ever. As a ineClium for Advertisements(t
May 21, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
GREENWICH FAIR.

GREENWICH FAIR.

The extreme fineness of the weather on Tuesday, was very grateful to the good folks of Greenwich, and especially welcome to the holiday people, following, as it did, immediately after the very unpleasant weather of Sunday and Monday. During the whole of the day the river and the
May 21, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

Many of the letters the principal manufacturing towns are of a very desponding nature. They complain of the state of credit, and the want of employment both for the manufacturers and the labouring population. Very little business has been done in consequence of the continuance o
May 28, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
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May 7, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY SUIVIMARY.

PARLIAMENTARY SUIVIMARY.

HOUSE or LORDS, MosnAv, MAY 1. _ Sev , ral petitions. as usual, tn favour of Churv4-rates, and SO . ne • gainst. The parsons appear to have takeq fright at the i , icip;ent attack on the Estahlishraent involved in the question of "r Us or no rates." _ . The resolutions respectin
May 7, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
THE POOR LAWS.

THE POOR LAWS.

The case of a poor man, named Withers, who is now in Clerkenwell workhouse, is exciting most extraordinary interest. The following are the facts :—Withers, who is between 40 and 50 years of age, was removed from a sick bed in Walcot Union workhouse, Bath, on the afternoon of the
May 7, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MERCURY.

THE LONDON MERCURY.

The Reform Council of Birmingham met on the 27th ult. and passed the following resolution on the subject : "REFORM COUNCIL. a Meeting of the Council, held at the Public-office, on Thursday, April 27, 1837, the fullowing resolution was unanimously agreed to:— "That the Council ha
May 14, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
ENGLISH GRAMMAR,

ENGLISH GRAMMAR,

GEORGE EDMONDS' THREE HALF-PENNY ENGLISH GRAMMAR (16 Pages in a Wrapper). Lists of Prevalent Errors, with Corrections—Lists of Irregular 'Verbs, Adverbs, &c.--Hints on Education, &c. Onwhyn,q, Catlierine.street, Strand. NEV WEEKLY (14:v) PUBLICATION. On Saturday, April 22nd, wil
April 23, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
MEETING AT BARNSLEY.

MEETING AT BARNSLEY.

'But his conduct at Halifax, vile and dishonest as that was, was innocence itself, when compared with his subsequent conduct at Barnsley. In his speech to the people of that t,own, instead of sup.porting or impugning Mr. Bernard's resolutions (then before the meetin g ), he comm
June 4, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England