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THE MANCHESTER RADICALS

THE MANCHESTER RADICALS

TO HONEST ELECTORS OF PRESTON. We thank you, men of Preston, for endeavouring to take into our service that man of the peoi le, Feargus O'Connor, Esq., he basing been so often tried by the fiery ordeal of public opinion, and hayipg always emerged, unscathed, or even more worthy
July 9, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS—FRIDAY. 113efore Mr. Serjeant Adams, and a full Bench of Magitrates.]

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS—FRIDAY. 113efore Mr. Serjeant Adams, and a full Bench of Magitrates.]

Contous TERMINATION - OF A GA - MING-HOUSE PROSEEIT. TION.-John Rutter, alias Count de Rutter, was indicted for keeping a common gaming-house in the parish of St. James, 'Westminster, on the 13th of June, 1835. Mr. Adolphus stated the case on the part of the prosecution. The ind
July 9, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL NATIONAL, ASSOCIATION.

CENTRAL NATIONAL, ASSOCIATION.

An extraordinary general.. meeting of this association was hehitoa•Monday, to hear a communication from Mr. Bernard, the president, om his return-, froorthe Continent, in relati3n to his proceedings with the Reformers of Parish _ _ Mr. Jennison was called to , the chair, when, t
August 13, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
WHIG LOGIC.

WHIG LOGIC.

In the Courier of Wednesday there appeared the following edifying commentary on the results of the Ministerial policy : "The popular contentment, by which the Tories profit, is the proof of the judicious conduct of Ministers. Like the English navy before the close of the war, wh
August 13, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
AIR. JOHN LtWLESS.

AIR. JOHN LtWLESS.

This gentleman, who for many years has occupied solarge a space in the public view, as connected with the politics of Ireland, has terminated his earthly career. Ile was taken ill on Saturday last, and died on Tuesday, at twenty minutes past twelve,- at his lodgings in Cecilstre
August 13, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF THE DUCHESS OF ST. ALBAN'S.

DEATH OF THE DUCHESS OF ST. ALBAN'S.

On Sunday morning, at ten o'clock, the Duchqs of St. Albans died, after a protracted illness. Abut a fortnight since we learned, on indisputable authority,, that her Grace could not long survive, and that heesole 1 subsistence was arrow-root flavoured with a strialt quantity of
August 13, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
686 forzign Vntetligna.

686 forzign Vntetligna.

686 forzign FRANCE. Whilst Whilst events of the most sifrring kind are taking place in all the countries, around France, that count* gives-birth scarcely tow_ incident. Tho elections in England, the Livil war Hi Portugal and in Spain, Ell the colpmns of the Paris journals of Tues
August 20, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
Ut. 11,2r.-rnAoßprez.auv CASE OF ALLEGED SWINDLING.

Ut. 11,2r.-rnAoßprez.auv CASE OF ALLEGED SWINDLING.

Ut. 11,2r. - rnAoßprez.auv CASE OF ALLEGED SWINDLING. On Wednesday, John Jones, a servant in smart livery, and William Griffiths, applied to the Hon. C. C Norton, for his advice and assistance under the following extraordinary circumstances :—Lea, the officer, who introduced the
August 20, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
WOOLWICH SESSIONS.

WOOLWICH SESSIONS.

THE SLOW STARVATION ACT.—A poor wan and withered creature, named Mary Collindrumand, aged 54 years, the latter portion of which had been :-pent in the very extremity of want and privation, was brought before the magistrates under the following circumstances. From her own stateme
August 20, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
A WINTER.—A letter from Irkutsk, in Siberia, di-scribes the last winter as having been unusually mild. As a proof of

A WINTER.—A letter from Irkutsk, in Siberia, di-scribes the last winter as having been unusually mild. As a proof of

this mildness, we are told that the thermemeter never fell below 30 degrees Reaumur (35 degrees Fahrenheit), and the river Angara was frozen up only ee months!
August 20, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England