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LAW INTELLTGENCE.-(THIS DAY.) VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT. GRISSELL V. LORD SALISBURY. Mr. Knight moved fora special injunction to restrain the defendant from

LAW INTELLTGENCE.-(THIS DAY.) VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT. GRISSELL V. LORD SALISBURY. Mr. Knight moved fora special injunction to restrain the defendant from

converting the first floor of certain premises in Blue Ball-yard, at the back of Fenton's Hotel, St. James's -street, into stables. The learneu counsel stated that an injunction had been obtained by a gentleman of the name of Collyer, complaining tlitit the building blocked up t
April 30, 1835 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
:SIGNOR LANZA begs leave tl Gentlemen who assisted at the late Festiv ledge his sense of obligation to many of

:SIGNOR LANZA begs leave tl Gentlemen who assisted at the late Festiv ledge his sense of obligation to many of

11, for the proffer of their services to sing Uhorus of his app r o ac hi ng S acre d P er f ormanc ' &c. &e., May the 20th and 21st, at th cert H a n over-square. He will still feel oh names and addresses sent to 74, Charlotte-at: nuare, as he wi,hes the thing altogether to be
April 30, 1835 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
porry that in your report of the great " Freedom of the Press," on Tuesday A the Mechanics' Institution, no

porry that in your report of the great " Freedom of the Press," on Tuesday A the Mechanics' Institution, no

room for the speech of Mr. Goldspink, and he is the only working, who moved 'esolution. lam aware, Sir, of the neapplication of the pruning knife in remeetings, in order to make them fit the an conveniently be spared, in the ; but that the burking knife peen employed in this ins
May 5, 1835 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
ST. PANCRAS.

ST. PANCRAS.

ELECTION OF VESTRYMEN AND AUDITORS. Yesterday being the fornination-dey for the election of vestrymen and auditors of the above parish, the nomination took place at the lecture-room, it, Charlotte-streeti Fitzroy-square, at a quarter - past t welve o'clock. Mr. Mooston, the juni
May 5, 1835 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
CORONER'S INQUEST._

CORONER'S INQUEST._

Yesterday evening an inquest was held at the Magpie and Stump, Fetter-lane, before Mr. Payne and a respectable jury, to inquire touching the death of Miller Worsley, Esq., aged 50, a commander in the royal navy, which took place at the White Horse Tavern, Fetter-lane, on Saturda
May 5, 1835 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
of a public body in Dublin, and the co operation of other bodies throughout the country. The first question which

of a public body in Dublin, and the co operation of other bodies throughout the country. The first question which

suggested itself to the mind was, " did the exercise of the elective franchise require protection." (Hear, hear.) Undoubtedly it did, for in the first place poor men using their franchise in honest opposition to the rich were exposed to the most shameful persecu tion. They were
May 5, 1835 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
lOBSTER SALADS, and C HAMPAGN E.—Dressing for Salads, Lobsters, Crabs, &c., prepared in ONE MINUTE by BREFFITT'S ITALIAN CREAM, (p:stronized

lOBSTER SALADS, and C HAMPAGN E.—Dressing for Salads, Lobsters, Crabs, &c., prepared in ONE MINUTE by BREFFITT'S ITALIAN CREAM, (p:stronized

by the Royal Family.) Breffitt and Co. just supplied their Agents in Town and Country with a quantity of this delicious article, which stands unrivalled for economy and excellence in the dressing of Salads, &c., which may be had in pots at Is Gd and 2s 6d, with directions for us
May 5, 1835 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. st i in Russell-square, the lady O f in sons. Nirs. W. Goode, of Ely-place, °I Of 'adY of

BIRTHS. st i in Russell-square, the lady O f in sons. Nirs. W. Goode, of Ely-place, °I Of 'adY of

W. J. Whyte, CO, the lady of 9f a son. Hart-street, C. v, second daughta FolingshY , or of daughter s, Vices' ly
May 5, 1835 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
• o j f: Sm O a.tus CORRESPONDENTS. eport e r. G. of No. 11, Holywell street, Strand, informs us

• o j f: Sm O a.tus CORRESPONDENTS. eport e r. G. of No. 11, Holywell street, Strand, informs us

that the prisoner, accused of burglary, as reported i r i d y a i y er t h , i w s a r s ea in l co na r m re e ctl b y ei n n a g nrd w b i y ili ox
May 5, 1835 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
COURT OF EXCHEQUER.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER.

(Sittings in Banco.) EVANS V. DAVIS. ase the plaintiff had obtained two verdict° defendant. In the Spring Assizes for at 1833, the cause came on for trial, w hen tt consent was taken for the plaintiff, subje„ rd, it being then agreed that the matterS 1 : between the parties shou
April 27, 1835 - True Sun - London, London, England