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an attempt to carry out that principle from Sir Robert Peel, but rather suggests an opposite conclusion." The Chronicle's mind

an attempt to carry out that principle from Sir Robert Peel, but rather suggests an opposite conclusion." The Chronicle's mind

may be so constituted as to form conclusions antagonistic to the cause, but the mind of the country is evidently not so gifted even according to its own showing, for almost immediately after we are gratified by this avowal. "But a Roman Catholic Bill, even in his hands, would pr
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
(COPY.)

(COPY.)

Bi:idport, July 12th, 1847. "SlR,—When you called on me on Friday last, in the course of your canvass, I understood you to say you was opposed to the endowment of Popery by the State, equally with myself; and as I have written to our three county members, and Mr. Mitchell, for a
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
M. H. Bloxam. Lord Leigh afterwards met the archwologists in Stoneleigh Church, where they inspected its curious monuments. They then

M. H. Bloxam. Lord Leigh afterwards met the archwologists in Stoneleigh Church, where they inspected its curious monuments. They then

passed through the extensive and beautiful park, enjoying the charming ride thence through the village of Stoneleigh and Kenilworth, to the ruins of Kenilworth Castle, the investigation of which occupied the rest of the afternoon. The ruins of the priory of Kenilworth were also
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN CORN AND HARVEST.

FOREIGN CORN AND HARVEST.

ITAMBURGH, July 14.—With respect to our crops we can only say that the hay has been finer than we have seen it for many years. Potatoes, beans, flax, and vegetables of every kind, are rich and fine. Our fruit-trees are so laden with fruit that the apple trees especially bend ben
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
comroiT TOR TENDER FEET, acc.

comroiT TOR TENDER FEET, acc.

TOR TENDER FEET, acc. . Wdlngton Street, Strand, London. HALL & Co., S)LE PATENTEES of the PANNUS CORIUM or LEATHEI. CLOTH BOOTS and SIIOES, for Ladies and Gentlemen. Thee articles have borne the test and received the approbation of all Nho have worn them. Such as are troubled wi
May 1, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT PETITIONERS.

INSOLVENT PETITIONERS.

William Copleston, Duke-street, Luton, labourer—Edward George Willimett, Charlotte. street, Whitechapel, painter—William Snelgrove, Southampton, joiner —James White, Gosport, dealer in pigs—John GOdman, Saint Alban's, timber surveyor—William Morley Cory, Great Charlotte -street,
May 1, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
;PARTNENT.

;PARTNENT.

Government securities (including Dead Weight Annuity) ... 11,117,319 Other securitifis ....—... 16,079,62 7 Notes ....... ..... 2,718,995 Gold and silver coin 664,750 L 30,580,691 M. MARSHALL, Chief Cashier. I.—(Closing Prices.) Mond. Twee. iW edn. 191 86 86* 861 861 85 85* 86 8
May 1, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
THE IRISH FAMINE.

THE IRISH FAMINE.

The following is a copy of an address from the Irish prelates in acknowledgment of the contributions which have been raised in England for the relief of the distressed poor of Ireland:—" We, the undersigned Irish prelates; to whom have been intrusted large contributions of money
May 1, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
A NOVELTY.

A NOVELTY.

"The Marquis of Lansdowne laid on the table the bill to erect the bishopric of Manchester. "Lord Brougham, taking up the supposed bill, which was a few leaves of blank paper—' If this is the bill, there is little in it,' &c.—Vide Report of Taesday night. How greatly changed the
June 12, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. MONDAY

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. MONDAY

The court resumed its sittings to-day, before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Recorder, Aldermen Sir C. Marshall, Musgrove, Moon, Hughes Hughes, the Sheriffs, itc. There are 236 prisoners for trial at the present session. The Recorder made a very brief address to the gr
May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England