7 MARCH 1835

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terms with his Orange auxiliaries, for no human being can

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believe that the Ministers would not have The attempt of Sir IIErvity HARDINCE to disprove the fact of appointed their own Chairman had they possessed °majority. BLt the Orange...

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The King of the French has not yet succeeded in

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reconstruct- ing his Ministry. SOULT and SEBASTIANI have reached Paris, but it is said both have declined the offer of the Premiership. The reports in circulation are very...

Some changes have taken place in the Spanish Ministry. VA.LDEZ

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is appointed Secretary at War; and Gartem, a friend of MARTINEZ DE LA ROSA, has given up the Ministry of Justice to DE LA DEPESA. No sufficient reason is assigned for this...

The Emperor of Austria is dangerously ill. He was attacked

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by pleurisy on the night of the 24th of February : the next day he received the sacrament; but towards night became better. The accounts are only telegraphic, and consequently...

The tone of the American House of Representatives is rather

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hostile towards France. Mr. JOHN QuiNCY ADAMS has somewhat unexpectedly taken part with President JACKSON; and declared hat " there was no longer any reasonable ground to expect...

19ebnttoi anlf flrattellingt in parTiamtnt. 1. REPLY TO THE ADDRESS.

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The SPEAKER announced to the House of Commons on Monday, that he had presented the Address of the House to the King on the previous Saturday ; and that his Majesty had made the...

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Int Court.

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THE King held a Court at St. James's Palace on Saturday afternoon, for the purpose of receiving the Address of the House of Commons. The Speaker arrived about two o'clock,...

The Master of the Rolls granted an injunction on Tuesday,

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on the the application of the official assignee of Mr. Richter, to restrain Mr. Cochrane, editor of the Foreign Quarterly Review, from publishing that journal. Mr. Bacon, for...

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The members of the Marylebone Literary and Scientific Institution assembled at the Lecture-room in Edward Street, Portman Square, on Wednesday evening. Lord Brougham, Patron of...

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Elie Country,

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Mr. Galley Knight is a candidate for the representation of Notting- hamshire, vacant by Lord Lumley's succession to the Peerage. Mr. Rolleston is spoken of as his opponent on...

A destructive fire broke omit on Monday night, about half-past

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twelve, on the premises of Mr. Sloatcham, a slaughterman, in Marshall Street, Golden Square. It soon reached the extensive premises of Messrs- Mitten and Holland,...

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We invite public attention to the para g raph in the King's Speech which hints at an extension of the Established Church of Scotland. Whether this is to be done by an...


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The Lieutenancy of the county Meath, vacant by Lord Darnley's death, will, it is thought, be g iven to the Honourable Randal E. Plunkett, son of Lord Dunsany, a candidate for...


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The following corrections on the Division-lists on the Address, published last week, have been announced since Saturday. Mr. Brocklebuist, of Macclesfield, voted in the...

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A letter from Lord DUFFUS appears in the Caledonian Mercury

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of Thursday, which proves clearly that Mr. GEORGE. SINCLAIR is grossly misrepresenting his constituents of Caithness-shire by supporting the Tory Ministers ; and that his...

The statement in the Standard, that Mr. O'Connell and Mr.

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Ruth- ven did not mean to defend their seats, is utterly unfounded. The petitioners yesterday made default in perfecting their revognizances, and their petition therefore falls...

Lord Cowley is !expected to leave Grosvenor Street to-day for

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Paris as British Ambassador. His Lordship, however, has not yet been Gazetted.— Chronicle.

The Times this morning vehemently denounces the threatened mo- tion

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of Mr. Hunt: for limiting the Supplies to six months. If such a proceeding is really so injurious and hazardous as the Times represents, why do not the Ministers put an end to...


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STOCK EXCHANGE, FRIDAY AFTERNOON. The fluctuation of Consols has not been such as to require much detail. In the early part of the week, the market evinced an upward tendency,...

A recent fracas on board a frigare commanded by a

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noble lord, and at present in the Mediterranean, has furnished the general topic for con- versation at the Clubs for the last two or three days. The noble lord commanding the...


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SATURDAY. Rumours of the Duke of WELLINGTON'S resignation have prevailed for some day. There is reason to believe that he has not actually re- signed, but that he is sensible...


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Arrived—At Gravesend. March 5th, Bengal, Lee. from Bengal. Off Whitstable, 4th, Lady Feversham, Gibbs, from Bombay. At Deal, 1st, Lord Lynedoch. Johnston, from Bengal ; awl...

A hitch has occurred with respect to Lord Londonderry's nomination

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to the Court of St. Petersburg. Although a few weeks ago he an- nounced at a public dinner that he was actually engaged in preparations for his departure, yet it appears, from...

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FRANCE WITHOUT A GOVERNMENT. TO TUE EDITOR OF THE SPECTATOR. Paris, 4th March 1835. SIR—This is Ash Wednesday, or " Lea Cendres. " Yesterday was Fat Tuesday, or...


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WAR•OFFICE, March 6.-4th Regt. of Dragoon Guards—Capt. C. Makepeace to be Major, by purchase, vice Rickaby, who retires; Lieut. G. W. Mnyow to be Capt. by purchase, vice...


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BIRTHS. lately, at Hanlon St. George, the Countess PouLert, of a son. On tit,. 3d inst., at East Sheen, Lady Coaatort! Ft !SIMI. of a daughter. still-born. On the 1st inst.. in...

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THE TORIES versus THE "PRACTICAL MEN." Tfm determination of the Tory Ministers to cling to office in de- fiance of the majority of the House of Commons, not only pro- longs...


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THE Standard maintains that the vote on the Address is no indi- cation of the feelings of the majority of the People of England, because twenty-nine of those Members who voted...


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Lean CHANDOS'S motion for the repeal of the Malt-tax stands for Tuesday the 10th. We do. bt not that the noble Member for Buck- , inghamshire would gladly cushion it, if he...

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"Our citizens fret, and our countrymen foam : We're half killed abroad, and half murdered at home; By fatal experience, in time we'll g row wise. And when we're all ruined,...

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The colonists at Graham's Town, South Africa, were in great

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alarm, when the last accounts were despatched, from the incursions of the Caffres, who had ravaged the vicinity. The cause of these attacks is not clearly stated ; but it seems...

Sir Charles Manners Sutton was gazetted on Tuesday as Baron

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Bottesford and Viscount Canterbury. Sir Charles Manners Sutton was gazetted on Tuesday as Baron Bottesford and Viscount Canterbury. Sir Robert Peel has communicated to...


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Tnoss: who are desirous of learning the various attributes, powers, and characters of vocal composition, have no such other opportunity afforded them as these concerts offer....

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Limn ALBERT CONYNGII AM has dome seine service 40 the lighter literature of the day by selecting this work of SPI Ninnies for translation. It has considerable tnerit in itself;...


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Ficrion. Thu Natural Son. • German Tale, descriptive of the Age of the Emperor Rudolph II. Translated from spiudler. by Lord Albert Cony ngliaiu. 1113 v..19 11.1ihell....

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vity, and a cheerful disposition to look at the bright

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side Of tred in a hunting-frock made of skins; which, if it formerly 44 L e t Tycho Brahe and Doctor Dee be called," he cried to the Master of the some fair savage, will look...

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THE productions by which nations removed from absolute bar- barism contrive to clothe themselves without resorting to the shift of our original parents, are four in number; two...


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MR. ROBERTS was employed for many years as a Missionary in the East, and mingled on terms of equality and intimacy with the Hindoos. He has seen the people in their hopes and...

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Mr. COOPER'S Parliamentary History of the County of Sussex is

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an antiquarian work of considerable value and interest, to those who concern themselves in Parliamentary subjects or local history. Besides the shire itself, it contains an...


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Tint week has been distinguished by the commencement of two literary undertakings, both of which deserve high encouragement for the spirit that prompted them, the value of the...

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THE inducements which the completeness, elegance, cheapness, and Periodical publication of the various reprints of our classic authors bold out to purchasers, are not their best...

IIere we must break off, though we observe a good

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many more candidates some for an opinion of their merits, and others for a line of simple recognition.

GEORGE CRCIKsHANK begins the second volume of his Sketch-Book well.

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His idea of the Gin Juggernaut is a finely-imagined moral picture of the frightful effects of dram-drinkieg. The car of the idol —a four-fronted gin temple, with its illuminated...


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AN exhibition of four dioramic views of the exteriors and inte- riors of the late Houses of Lords and Commons, showing also the burning and the ruins, painted by Mr. MEADOWS,...

Three Parliamentary Guide-books are open before us,—the Test Bonk, the

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Indicator, and the Companion for 1835. The first, published by Mr. EFFINGHAM WILSON, gives the names and residences of the Members of the House of Commons, the final polls, with...