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HOUSE OF COMMONS, MONDAY, MAncit 20.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, MONDAY, MAncit 20.

SLAVERY. Petitions were presented, praying for the Abolition of Slavery, by Mr. M. A. Taylor from Sunzlerland and Bishop Wearmouth ; by Mr. 'nervy from Knaresborough ; by Mr. Bobt. Gordon from Alalmestmry ; by, Mr. Dowdeswell from Tewkesbury,_. by Lord 31ilton from Peterb o r o
March 26, 1826 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
ABDUCTION / .• • . Under this head several statements have appeared in the journals, of the circumstances attending the

ABDUCTION / .• • . Under this head several statements have appeared in the journals, of the circumstances attending the

alleged abduction a young lady, named Turner, of Chester, by a Mr. Edward 'Gibbon Wakefield. We are !nippy be able to state, that Miss Turner has been restored to her friends, and that too under circumstances upon which he and all connected with her have great reason to eongratu
March 26, 1826 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
" THEY HELPED EVERY ONE In NEIGHBOUR; AND EVERY ONE SAID TO HIS BROTHER, BE OF GOOD COURAGE." Isaiah xll. B. LABOUR, DEFENDED AGAINST CAPITAL.

" THEY HELPED EVERY ONE In NEIGHBOUR; AND EVERY ONE SAID TO HIS BROTHER, BE OF GOOD COURAGE." Isaiah xll. B. LABOUR, DEFENDED AGAINST CAPITAL.

" HELPED EVERY ONE In NEIGHBOUR; AND EVERY ONE SAID HIS BROTHER, BE OF GOOD COURAGE." Isaiah xll. B. LABOUR, DEFENDED AGAINST CAPITAL. ( Continued from our last.) Tut author nett discusses " The Nature and Effects of FIXED CAPITAL," or that which consists of " the tools and instr
September 4, 1825 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
MR. KEAN.

MR. KEAN.

WE find the following notice in the Manchester Journal Osr Saturday evening Mr. Kean made his appearance in Richard!!. instead of Richard as had been announced. The house, with the exception of the lower boxes, was much crowded, but prinCipallir by males; their being but a sorry
September 4, 1825 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
.noooc Wittriligencr.

.noooc Wittriligencr.

CHESTER, AUGUST 26.-CUARGE Or Peter liforyan, aged 21, was indicted for having, on the of April last, at Macclesfield, assaulted Samson Phillips, and thrust a red-hot poker into the lower part of his belly, and of the wound so caused, the said Samson Phillips died on the 21st of
September 4, 1825 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
TILE TRADES' NEWOOFft,II I

TILE TRADES' NEWOOFft,II I

TILE TRADES' NEWOOFft, II I The Thames shipwrights, however, having no representative present the meeting in the Mould Loft to explain these,thir!gs,, the mast's deputation did succeed for the moment in talking most of the dockyard men out of their first impression ; and we belie
August 14, 1825 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
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.44. E .Tiitok4.q.i.6ogiVAiiiit',.

E .Tiitok4.q.i.6ogiVAiiiit',. . . the harneas to the 'warehouse; but it being refused to be taken in there, , he forced his way into the parlotir, threw them down, and ran off, It has been already stated that Mr. Gammon had atit;anced this man eighteen shillings more than the pri
August 14, 1825 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
TIIE TRADES'

TIIE TRADES'

No. XII. inerbanito' Meat') 3ournal. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1825.
October 2, 1825 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
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September 24, 1826 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
COAL MARKET, SEPT. 20. . Ships sold.

COAL MARKET, SEPT. 20. . Ships sold.

. ED R INBUGH: CORN MARKET, SEPT. 13.--Our m a r ket with Wheat this morning, and there being a deman d for seed, doe Pf a r il i d !ig, readily taken at. full prices, hut grinding qua li t ies withoq nt Ki In Average Sit, higher than last. A small show of barley, prices. Our su
September 24, 1826 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England