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EMIGRATION INTELLIGENCE.

EMIGRATION INTELLIGENCE.

IUSE ESIIGRATIONA..The Waterford Chronicle of Satur- day week thus reports progress:-" rhe tide still flows on- ward. At five o'clock on Wednesday afternoon the well- known fast sailing bark 'Anne Kenny, Captain Thomas Hayes commander, the property of John Sparrow and Co., slipp
September 28, 1851 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BRUTAL MURDER AT MANCHESTER.

BRUTAL MURDER AT MANCHESTER.

BRUTAL i MURDER AT MANCREStER.- . _ - 1 - . .- _X .. . .. I ," . . I: --An inquest was held -at Mancheiter, on Tuesday, befofe Mr. L. Herford, the coroner, upon the body of a young man, named Henry Ellis, whose life had been taken by a blow on .the head from a bammer, inflicted -
August 17, 1851 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
REVIEWS OF BOOKS.

REVIEWS OF BOOKS.

O'F ?? . -01 . ' ;,,7VIZB0ZoBO FRAsER'S MAGAZTND. Parker, Strandc-The OG- tober number of "-Fraser" is Aiot-charaeiterized by any great'share of .sprightliziess or intdret,- Its prin- cipal papers are ponderous and dull, whilst the elaborate and wire-drawn continuous tale of "Hia
October 7, 1855 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE LATE MR. FEARGUS O'CONNOR.

THE LATE MR. FEARGUS O'CONNOR.

THE L&TZ M, . E EARGUS O'CONNOE. ?? ;..8w .. ' > LFroni the Lancetj Take, OfM~uor House, hisyn pidrt;, aro e ?? til deeas~gatl9 Pa's-d tha6 Wat tree veers amid t~wo , trGus-o~C tiop EOSQ- DUBRLt 'TT ' YETEEW TRA YSPEOSSILSG .XiE DEATHI. ?? o' "firstaw"Mr. O'Connor on the 16th of
October 7, 1855 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
OPENING OF THE PEOPLE'S HALL, Hanley, Staffordshire Potteries,

OPENING OF THE PEOPLE'S HALL, Hanley, Staffordshire Potteries,

On Monday morning last, tile metropolis of the Potteries was all alive, it having been announced a few days previous, by large placards, that the Hall would be opened, and that Mr. F. O'Connor, M.P., and Mr. Roberts, from lanchester, intended to be present. Towards noon, the cro
May 5, 1850 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

MANSIO HOUSE. Iatrowr1TAxT TO EMIGRAxTS.-Oa Tu'esday, Mr. Green- hill, a tradesman, who is about to clinigirtn to tile Swan River Settleinuist, having comiplatined to Alderniial Car- don of a bre!achi of agreemcutc upon thle part. of thue ogcnts of thle Prince Chttuy Ivse about
May 5, 1850 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ARMY AND NAVY.

ARMY AND NAVY.

ARMtY AND NAVY. A FLAGUE SHIP.-The "I Rosamond," 6, eteam-sloop, Com- msuder Crawford, has arrived at Spithead from the West Indies. She has been nearly five weeks on the passage from Port Royal, having chiefly come home under sail. She was commissioned in October, 1851, and Ainc
November 21, 1852 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

MANSION HlOUSE. ALLEGaD RoBnERY.-On Monday, Benjamin Brett, was brought before Alderman Wire, charged with having com- mitted a street robbery. Mr. John Fraser, a gentleman who has recently arrived from Scotland, said, on the previous Saturday evening, at half-past six o'clock,
November 21, 1852 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

D3EAT2 50F WELZNNGTOX-S-TRM CAin-THE P1LOCMSSZON. T)ERGER'S Magnificent View of St. Paul's and Ludgate-hill, with D the arrival of the Procession and the Funeral Car, engraved on steel, from autheutic sketches taken on the spvt by the rnost eminent artists. Length of picture near
November 21, 1852 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IdfERIAL PARLIAXENT. MOUSE Or LORDS-MONDAY. FICTITIOUS NBAMES TO PETITIONS.-The Earl of G'f0 nlD ?? that Joseph Byrne Joseph Hlinde, and 50M' 3Artlhr becalled to the bar to answer for an alleged farication of aanes appended as signatures to a Certain pe- tili~fle threndividuals i
July 28, 1850 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England