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FROM THE GAZETTE

FROM THE GAZETTE

OF THIS EVENING. DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. Daniel Nield, jun., Shaw Edge, Lancashire, cotton spinner. James Standen, Grosvenor-street, victualler. BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. Richard Reynolds, Leeds, bill broker, from 21, ,o July 27. BANKRUPTS. Henry Upward, Great St. Helens, City, w
July 14, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
TRAVELLING IN THE SOUTH.

TRAVELLING IN THE SOUTH.

An account of an actual day's journey will give the best idea of what travelling is in such places. We had travelled from Richmond, Virginia (March 2, 1835), and had not had any rest, when, at midnight, we came to a river which had no bridge. The " scow" bad gone over with anoth
July 14, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
magistracy because be attended an Orange meeting —a meeting which had for its objept the vindication of the _ laws

magistracy because be attended an Orange meeting —a meeting which had for its objept the vindication of the _ laws

of the country and the maintenance of the prerogatives of the crown. The circumstances, how ever, having been inquired into, it was proved that, so far from having attended that meeting with any view to countenance it or show his approval of it, he did every thing in his power t
July 12, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
HER. MAJESTY'S LEVEE.

HER. MAJESTY'S LEVEE.

LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S OFFICE, JULY 10.—Notice is hereby given that her Majesty will hold a levee at St. James's Palace on Wednesday, the 19th instant, at two o'clock. REGULATIONS TO BE OBSERVED AT THE QUEEN'S LEVEES, AT ST. JAMES'S PALACE. The noblemen and gentlemen who propose to
July 12, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

On the 10th inst. ia Torringten-square, Kate, the wits of C. R. Bigge, Esq. At Brighton, on the 7th inst. Edward Tumour, aged 35. On the 9th inst. T. Shaliespear, Esq. of Ranelagll' street, aged 76. Printed by JOHN AGER, of 27, Polygon, Somers Toy , in the Couuty of Middlesex, '
July 12, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
GENERAL ELECTION.

GENERAL ELECTION.

-MBETH.—Last evening, a meeting of tbe Electors o• tarnheth for Bishop's Liberty, was held at the Fa4le, Pratt -street, to consider the pretensions of Mr. Welford to represent this borough. The room was early occu- Pied by gentlemen who are the active supporters of Messrs. Hawes
July 18, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
, 11)

, 11)

, LONDON: TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 18. THE House of Commons is defunct. The prorogation was immediately followed by a proclamation of dissolution, and writs (returnable on the 11th September) were dispatched by the mails last night. The one imtnediate object of the majority of the c
July 18, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHIONABLE.

COURT AND FASHIONABLE.

The Queen went in state yesterday to the House of Lords, to prorogue the Parliament. At twenty minutes before two o'clock the Royal Procession left the New Palace in St. James's Park in the following order :—A carriage drawn by sir greys, and containing Sir Frederick Smith and M
July 18, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
The money was then paid. THAMES-OFFICE.

The money was then paid. THAMES-OFFICE.

STEAM-PACKET NAVICATION.—Robert Huntingford, the master of the Nile, a Greenwich steamer, was brought before Mr. Greenwood and Mr. Ward, charged with assaulting and beating Frederick Daniels, a Trinity waterman, by running down his boat and throwing him into the water. The compl
July 20, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England