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December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
COUNTY ELECTORS.

COUNTY ELECTORS.

Mr. W AK LEY moved for certain returns distinguishing the freeholders from others being voters for counties. tie did so on behalf of Mr. Grote, the hon. member for London. Mr. ROBERT STEUART said that these returns bad already been moved for. Motion withdrawn. VENTILATION OF THE
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
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\„. \ \•k t public good; but it WEIS really a metusure t 9 promote the interests of a few-private opcculatora. THE NORTHERN LIGHTS. Mr. CUTLAR FERGUSSON moved for certain returns of the number of lighthouses, the amount of lighthouse dues,. &e., connected with the northern lights
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER STAMPS.

NEWSPAPER STAMPS.

Mr. BORTHWICK moved, "that the return of the number of stamps issued to newspapers in Great Britain and Ireland, ordered to the Ist of November, be eztr nded to the Ist of December of this year."—Agreed to.
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
corroborated the istaternent of the boa. and gallant Incur, ber as to the bad air in the house. After a

corroborated the istaternent of the boa. and gallant Incur, ber as to the bad air in the house. After a

few words from Mr. CHALMERS, _ Mr. HAWDI ebserved that 11r. Read had not been compensated for the trouble which he had tal.en in proving the ventilation of the house. Mr. F. BARING said that the Treasory Was exceedingly anxious that every attention Should be paid to the ventilat
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
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December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
FINIIOIIIIIM

FINIIOIIIIIM

Molesworth friendly sep of both coo of ministers to a civil v troops to Cs depend up be underst tent, espec passed that not diminisl week desert to station rican froutir parties (geu, themselves. had nearly 1 Canada. N the rate of e were to twenty di a dollar and months' savi ga
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
MEETING OF MIDDLESEX MAGISTEA TEs.

MEETING OF MIDDLESEX MAGISTEA TEs.

Yesterday being county day, the usual meeting of the Middlesex magistrates took place at the sessions house, Cierkenwell, Mr. Serjeant Addams in the chair. . . . The minutes of the last court were read and confirmed The Deputy Clerk of the Peace laid before the coart the regulat
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
PLURALITIES.

PLURALITIES.

Lord J. RUSSELL obtained leave to bring in a bill "to abridge pluralities and make better provision for the residence of the clergy." ,In answer to a question from Sir R. INGus, Lard J. RUSSELL stated that he should postpone until the Ist of February the other notice he had upon
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
PROTESTANT DISSENTERS AND GENERAL LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE CQM PANY —The Company having THIS DAY COMMENCED BUSINESS, attendance will be

PROTESTANT DISSENTERS AND GENERAL LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE CQM PANY —The Company having THIS DAY COMMENCED BUSINESS, attendance will be

given daily at their temporary Office ' s IT, Cornbill, to grant P o li c i es . C ommon I nsurances , Is 6d, Hazardous 2s 6d, Doubly Hazardous 4s THOMAS PRICE, Secretary. December 23d.
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England