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ITALY

ITALY

Letters and journals from Northern Italy continue to report the most deplorable state of affairs ip the Austrian States. Two Austrian regiments of light cavalry having arrived at Treviso, the officers of these regiments had a meeting with the Italian officers commanding the troo
March 11, 1848 - Manchester Examiner - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
that I have a greater and more paramount duty to discharge, namely, to represent in parliament the opinions of my

that I have a greater and more paramount duty to discharge, namely, to represent in parliament the opinions of my

constituency. (Cheers.) I will first consider in my parliamentary course what I essentially believe to be the wishes of the great body of enlightened and independent people of Manchester. (Hear, hear.) I know there are occasions, and there must be occasions, when a member of gov
March 11, 1848 - Manchester Examiner - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TAN DIEMEN'S LAND.

TAN DIEMEN'S LAND.

Mr. HUME asked whether the government had any intention of extending to the Cape of Good Hope and Van Diemen's Land a representative and responsible government, to enable them to manage the affairs of the country without expense to the mother country? Mr. LABOUCHERE was not able
March 11, 1848 - Manchester Examiner - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CORLTON - UPON - A DLOCK GENTLE - MEN'S GLEE CLUB.— LADIES CONCERT will take place on Wednesday eveni the

CORLTON - UPON - A DLOCK GENTLE - MEN'S GLEE CLUB.— LADIES CONCERT will take place on Wednesday eveni the

15th March;• for which Miss REBECCA ISAACS, Mr " lONIAS, Mrs. APPLIN, Miss PARRY, and Mrs. YARNDL r, are engaged, in addition to the usual choir.—By order of the Committee, R. D. JONES, Hon. Sec. Town Hall, Grosvenor Square, Feb. 29th, 1848.
March 11, 1848 - Manchester Examiner - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO THE NOBILITY,.GEN.TRY, AND PUBLIC.—SELLING OFF. • SEVERAL LOTS of the Best BRUSSELS CARPET, Grea k a s; also the

TO THE NOBILITY,.GEN.TRY, AND PUBLIC.—SELLING OFF. • SEVERAL LOTS of the Best BRUSSELS CARPET, Grea k a s; also the

Primest WHITE LIVE GOOSE FEATiI E RS, the Best. Quail, 4n tI Market An addition to, and alteration in, the Firm and Business of WILLIAM Y V. hf Co. renders it necessary that the Whole of their Large, Valuable, and Elegant STOCK should be immediately cleared oi ey ierefore beg to
March 11, 1848 - Manchester Examiner - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
B REWERS are respeetfully informed they can be 7 kni t supplied with PREPARED IsINGLASS FININGS, to be used in

B REWERS are respeetfully informed they can be 7 kni t supplied with PREPARED IsINGLASS FININGS, to be used in

the Copper, which are un • in their effect of producing perfect brilliancy in Ales, -c. • mediately after fermentation is completed. All further I ein after management is thus avoided, as continued ri acy results from their use. They are far cheaper than a y her description of F
March 11, 1848 - Manchester Examiner - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MARINE RESIDENCES, IN THE ISLE OF MAN, ON SALE.—TO BE SOLD, either together or separate, EIGHT lIEEHOLD DWELLINGHOUSES, beautifully situated

MARINE RESIDENCES, IN THE ISLE OF MAN, ON SALE.—TO BE SOLD, either together or separate, EIGHT lIEEHOLD DWELLINGHOUSES, beautifully situated

f a noble Terrace, adjoining to the town of Ramsey, ' t at f Man ; well worthy the attention of any capitalist, or f a on seeking a residence for the advantage of sea bathing, fo which this locality is so celebrated. The Houses, which are 7 yards front, and contain in each good
March 11, 1848 - Manchester Examiner - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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the ,ely Leh, ent. !ins eny one t he those ourt. that ,ected )f the tempt ream-3d. in ensirought ig their y disre(n pro)nrt did. feelings )reserve le court timent I the jury avow as lianient, hat law, if I did with the t right to beration, reatment puts, and roceeded only £1,400
May 30, 1848 - Manchester Examiner - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
has been principally caused by the heavy payments made to our merchants, on account of the bullion imports from South

has been principally caused by the heavy payments made to our merchants, on account of the bullion imports from South

America and the United States, which were, in the first instance, placed in the bank in the usual course of business. An Account, pursuant to the Act 7th and Bth Victoria, cap. 32, for the week ending on Saturday the 20th day of May, 1848: ISSUE DEPARTMENT. Notes issued £26,661,
May 30, 1848 - Manchester Examiner - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE REFORM BILL A FAILURE.

THE REFORM BILL A FAILURE.

The reformers of Sheffield havibg come to the conclusion that the House of Commons does not fairly represent public opinion, and that it, therefore, ought to be thoroughly reformed, they resolved to write to Messrs. PARKER and WARD, the representatives of the borough, with a vie
May 30, 1848 - Manchester Examiner - Manchester, Lancashire, England