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13Y THIS DAY'S POST.

13Y THIS DAY'S POST.

The Eliza, Land, from Glasgow to Sligo, was stranded on the coast of Donegal—crew and cargo saved. • bo N un ° d " t h o 1 yesterday, h e Ann, i ji e t. s l n s of foretopmast and one of the crew. S A h m ic e ld ri s c , a %i l l t l2 b B a . c — k Deal, April 24.—Wind SW.—Arri
April 25, 1827 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
DIED. March 10, at M

DIED. March 10, at M

alta, Caroline, the wife of Capt. Robert Gambier, R.N., and daughter of Lieut.-General Gore Browne. April 19, in Park-street, aged 81, Edw. Baber, Esq. April 20, in Goswell-street-road, aged 67, William Thornburgh Brown, Esc'. late of Cheapside. April 20, at Wanlip Hall, in the c
April 25, 1827 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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April 25, 1827 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MINISTERIAL CHANGES.

MINISTERIAL CHANGES.

The . negociations and intrigues now going on, will very strongly remind the public of what took place in the year 181<2. A reference to some of the principal features of those events, will be interesting at the present moment. Early in 1812, Lord Wellesley, the Secretary of Sta
April 25, 1827 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
REFORM BILL.

REFORM BILL.

Lord J. RUSSELL moved the order of the day for the third reading of the Reform Bill. The question being put that the bill be read a third time, The SPEAKER declared the ayes to have it. Here a scene of much confusion took place. Sir J. SCARLEET rose amidst mingled cries from all
September 21, 1831 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
the debate on the the SPEAKER That this bill do

the debate on the the SPEAKER That this bill do

letray the trust yehe not to give his !d the measure was RI government, and pproved,of the gev all its details. It y passing that bill, f the two remain. ir.) He was fully mild flow from the oy i: to the people executed with dis- II passed he was to the house. He considered enou
September 21, 1831 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
shire, bankers, Oct. 21, at the Greyhound Inn, Wineantun.

shire, bankers, Oct. 21, at the Greyhound Inn, Wineantun.

ILEY, E., Huddersfield: common brewer, Oct. 15, at the Rose and Crown Inn, Huddersfield. _ _ _ . STONEBRIDGE,'.i., late of Wivenhoe, Essex, corn merchant, Oct. 21, at the Red Lion Inn, Colchester. TOWNSEND, R. and S., Nottingham, cutlers, Oct. 14, at Wilson's Hotel, Nottingham.
September 21, 1831 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
PARISIAN CORRESPONDENCE. --(FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) Paris, Sept. 18, 1831.

PARISIAN CORRESPONDENCE. --(FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) Paris, Sept. 18, 1831.

PARISIAN CORRESPONDENCE. -- (FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) Paris, Sept. 18, 1831. I must confine myself te-day to a mere recital of facts, and leave you for the moment to draw your own inferences. Society is disorganized. France is, in fact, without a government, and in this s
September 21, 1831 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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March 12, 1821 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
to disappear the Municipality of Cadiz'has prohibited ”ae and exposure of images, except in the churches; the Towles, or night

to disappear the Municipality of Cadiz'has prohibited ”ae and exposure of images, except in the churches; the Towles, or night

processions, are also abolished. According to a report read in Cortes by the Commission appointed to (IL:tree honours and rewards, it appears that tbeCommittey•J were at a loss for language to express their admiration of the army of La Isla and its Officer3--that soothing they c
September 15, 1820 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England