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seat and drapery are crimson velvet, edged with gold lace, and exquisitely embroidered. The Prince of Wales's crest, and the

seat and drapery are crimson velvet, edged with gold lace, and exquisitely embroidered. The Prince of Wales's crest, and the

shield of Saxe Coburg; with its sixteen quarterings, are 'embroidered on the respective chairs of the young Prince and his illustrious parent. On the throne are the Royal arms. The principal entrance to the House of Lords—that through the Victoria Tower—is not yet completed ; th
April 17, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE. ARCHES ,COURT. THURSDAY.

LAW INTELLIGENCE. ARCHES ,COURT. THURSDAY.

THE COUNTESS OF DYSART v. THE EARL OF DYSART —This well-known case was again called on. Her Majesty's Advocate and Dr. Haggard applied to the court, by motion, that the learned judge should, for the purpose of dealing justice to Lady Dysart, sign a definitive sentence, the bond
April 17, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

On the 25th ult., at Rome, Eiet - itet;nt-General Sir Dugaid Little Gilmour, K.C.8., Co!onel of the 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 72. On the 31st ult., at St. Catharine's Hall, Cambridge, aged 29, Mr. Wm. Christopher Smith, pensioner of that college, and fourth son of the R
April 17, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
CAVALRY.

CAVALRY.

2d Dragoon Guards, Newbridge.—Captain Dallas's troop is quartered in billets at Killaloe. Major Trench is at Nenagh, with a troop, in aid of the civil power. Lieutenant Colonel Campbell is in command. Captain Ibbetson's troop, with Lieutenants Mansergh and Jones, marched from Ne
June 5, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
July 2, at 12 o'clock, at the Manchester District Court of Bankruptcy; solicitors, Mr. Busby, Chesterfield; and Messrs. Palmer, France,

July 2, at 12 o'clock, at the Manchester District Court of Bankruptcy; solicitors, Mr. Busby, Chesterfield; and Messrs. Palmer, France,

and Palmer, Bedford-row; official assignee, Mr. Hobson, Manchester. William Davis. Preston, Lancashire, timbermerchant, June 11, July 2, at 11 o'clock, at the Manchester District Court of Bankruptcy; solicitors, Messrs. Norris, Allen, and Simpson, Bedford-row; and Messrs. Howard
June 5, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
16 371 11i SHARES. tion on Friday last.) Mane hes. 8z Southampton Midland .......... ........... Do. New ...... ......... Do.

16 371 11i SHARES. tion on Friday last.) Mane hes. 8z Southampton Midland .......... ........... Do. New ...... ......... Do.

Birming and Derby Do. Birm. c Gloustet., Do. Bristol & Glouster I Newcastle and Berwick. North British Norfolk Northern and Eastern .„ Do. 1 shares Oxf., Woroest.,Bz We Portsmouth Direct Preston and Wyre Richmond ...... ..... Scottish Central Scottish Midland South Devon South E
May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
WORSHIP-STREET.

WORSHIP-STREET.

HAVING A SPREE.—On Saturday, Matthew Stone, a corpulent specimen of that almost defunct race, the old hackney coachmen ' and three decent-looking young married women, n ame d Wallis ' Bur lem, and Forman (one of whom had an infant i n h er arms) were placed at the bar before Mr.
May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
SEVERE DISTRESS IN NOTTINGHAM.

SEVERE DISTRESS IN NOTTINGHAM.

The present stagnation in trade, the high price of provisions sad the extent of distress, connected with proceedings subsequent to a public meeting held in the Market-place, Nottingham, on Monday last, by the distressed operatives, induced a disturbed state of public feeling whi
May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
Now Ready, in One Volume Bvo., Price 125., SIXTY LECTURES ON THE SEVERAL PORTIONS OF THE PSALMS, As they are

Now Ready, in One Volume Bvo., Price 125., SIXTY LECTURES ON THE SEVERAL PORTIONS OF THE PSALMS, As they are

appointed to be read in THE MORNING AND EVENING SERVICES THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. BY THE REV. RICHARD BRUDENELL EXTON, DOMESTIC CHAPLAIN TO THE EARL OF CLARENDON, AND INCUMBENI OF ATHELINGTON AND CRETINGHAM, IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. Those strains that once did sweet in Zion glide
May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE ON THE MAINTENANCE OF THE PROTESTANT RELIGION. _ Glen Uske, June 11, 1847. My dear Lord Granville,—l am requested

CORRESPONDENCE ON THE MAINTENANCE OF THE PROTESTANT RELIGION. _ Glen Uske, June 11, 1847. My dear Lord Granville,—l am requested

by a considerable body of the electors of this county (Monmouth) . to inclose to your lordship a copy of a declaration containing their views and principles as to the maintenance of the Protestant re ligion, and the refu sa l o f further grants to the education or endowment of t
June 26, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England