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The Earl of Shrewsbury to Archbishop M'Hale.

The Earl of Shrewsbury to Archbishop M'Hale.

My Lord Archbishop,—Had you received my first letter according to the design with which it was written, you had gone far to redeem the character of the Irish Church in the opinion of the English people; but you have chosen otherwise, and have only made bad worse. My first impres
February 13, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE FRENCH REPUBLIC.

THE FRENCH REPUBLIC.

PARIS, Sunday.—The loan continues to be the principal subject of conversation. Some of the certificates of the old one, contracted by the late Government in 1847, were negotiated to day in the Passage de l'Opera at 2.230 f; they were originally issued for 3,0001, and were sold t
July 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
tiers of London and its vicinity, came off at the Highbury Baru Tavern, when about 900 sat clown to dinner.

tiers of London and its vicinity, came off at the Highbury Baru Tavern, when about 900 sat clown to dinner.

Every reader of a newspaper must acknowledge a debt to this meritorious class of individuals, whe are compelled to assemble at a very early hour of the morning at the various newspaper offices, trudging, many of them, from the very outskirts of this vast metropolis, in order tha
July 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
getting up au excitement, as he terms it, he will find, to his loss,' that the ranks of the 89th

getting up au excitement, as he terms it, he will find, to his loss,' that the ranks of the 89th

are not so tainted with foul air as he imagines; that they are faithful and loyal, as they have ever been, to their Queen and country, and that they are not only ready, but anxious, at any moment, when required, either to repel the aggressions of foreign enemies, or to suppress
July 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
SIME DIASESTY'S TECEATRE .

SIME DIASESTY'S TECEATRE .

DIASESTY'S TECEATRE . tIADLLE. JENNY LIND. The Nobility, 1. Patrons of the Opera, and the Public, are respectfully informed, that a GRAND EXTRA NIGHT will take place on THURSDAY NEXT, August 3, 1848, when will be repre. anted a Favourite Opera, in which MADLLE. JENNY LIND will ha
July 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
COAL EXCHANGE ils per ton at the close Heaton 14 9 Harton l4 9 Riddell's 14 9 Eden Main .....,

COAL EXCHANGE ils per ton at the close Heaton 14 9 Harton l4 9 Riddell's 14 9 Eden Main .....,

15 9 Haswell Hetton 16 3 Larnbton Russell'sHetton 1G 0 Stewart's l6 3 Cassop Hartlepool Heugh Hall Kelloe Ships arrived, 163.
July 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
S Wain, 2JUI2 30, 1848.

S Wain, 2JUI2 30, 1848.

Wain, 30, 1848. THE PREPARATIONS FOR THE INSURRECTION IN IRELAND. We published in a Fourth Edition of the WEEKLY CHRONICLE on Sunday last the principal portions of the insane appeals to arms which appeared in the Felon press of the preNious evening, the results of which are still
July 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
SUSPENSION OF THE HABEAS CORPUS

SUSPENSION OF THE HABEAS CORPUS

DUBLIN, July 24.—The news of the intention of ministers to suspend the Habeas Corpus Act was known in Dublin generally this morning, and gave the greatest satisfaction to the loyal, whilst the Clubbists were struck dumb by it. A warrant was issued to day for the apprehension of
July 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
UANOVEE.

UANOVEE.

JULY 18.—Since yesterday a deputation from Frankfort! has been hourly expected to arrive from the ministry of the empire, to make known the decision of the Confederation with regard to the Hanoverian question. The deputation will consist of three members who do not belong to the
July 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CHARTISTS IN PRISON

THE CHARTISTS IN PRISON

The Chartist Leaders at present accommodated in the Westminster Bridewell and elsewhere, certainly do not seem disposed to follow the advice of acme of their best friends, to devote the ample leisure at their command to the attain ment of sounder views of political economy.. The
July 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England