13 MAY 1837

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to 87. This was a Ministerial triumph similar to that

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on the their own selfish ends. Hence, needless and expensive wars, heavy Ballot, more disgraceful than any defeat after a fair contest. The debt, grinding takation, l jobs,...

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!Debated ant! PrereettingS in Parliament. REPEAL OF THE SEPTENNIAL ACT.

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In the House of Commons, on ItImiday, it motion for receiving the report of the Committee of Supply having been put, Mr. TENNYSON D'EYNCOURT moved an amendment, that leave be...

News from Spain, of superior importance to any we have

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lately received, may be daily expected. Considerable reinforcements hav ing been sent to General Ev ANS, Ilv was obliged to get possession of SOMO Carlist positiens to obtain...

Finding no safety in severity, Louts Pinter has commenced a

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new and more enlightened domestic policy. At the instance of the Duke of ORLEANS and the new Ministry, he has granted an amnesty to all the persons now imprisoned for state...

The last accounts from Atnerica are not encouraging. The state

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of mercantile affilirs is thus le telly described b) tele Neil York Spectator of the 18th of' A pi i I — " lt is needless to disguise the fact, that our city is in a fearful...

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Clic Court.

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THE present year seems doomed to bent stupid one for courtiers.. The illness of the Queen was a reason or a pretence for excluding visiters from the Brighton Palace during the...

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Eby ailetrapatti.

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Strenuous exertions were made in the early part of the week by the friends of both the candidates for Westminster. Mr. O'Connell con- tributed his share to the efforts of the...

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Cbt Couniin,

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Time Huddersfield election terminated on Saturday, in the return of Mr. Ellice, by a majority of 30; the numbers being—for Mr. Ellice 340, Mr. (lustier 1190. All the Tolies...

The members of the " Protestant Association " had their

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second anniversary meeting at Exeter Hall on Wednesday; the Earl of Winchelsea in the chair. The chief spokesmen were Mr. Plumptre, M.P., Lord Roden, Captain Gordon, and Mr....

The accounts front the trading districts in the country continue

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to be unfavourable. All the markets are flat, and failures frequent. A meeting was held at Tewkesbury on Monday, to petition Parlia- Mt'llt in favour of the Ministerha plan for...

Common Sergeant Mirehouse, on his return from the Central Cri-

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minal Court on Tuesday, was thrown from his horse in Fleet Street, and considerably injured. Eliza Wadley, bar-maid at a public-house, the King's Arms, corner of Frederick...

The Vice-Chancellor, on 5Ionday, granted an injunction to retain a

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111r. How frt m selling a description of tea called " llowtma's tine," under the t rm of Brocksopp and Company. The applicant was Mr. Pidding ; frt m whose affidavit and those...

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The pitmen at Seghill Colliery, the only portion of this

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important class of operatives who remained unemployed last week, have, after an obstinate stick, resumed their industrious avocations upon the terms and at the same prices which...

L A correspondent, who has the best means of information, has

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sup- plied us with the following summary of the causes of Mr. LEADER'S failure in Westminster.] The Reformers have lost the election for Westminster, .1st, Because their...

In . the House of Commons, last night, Sir FRANCIS EMMETT

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put the hiial stamp on his political apostacy. Soon after the Speaker was seated, Ile entered the House on his crutches, supported by Lord SANDON and Sir GEORGE SINCLAIR, amidst...


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SATURDAY . Letters from Bayonne mention that ESPARTERO was expected at Sae Sebastian on the 6th instant, and that the general attack on the Carlist lines would be made on the...

Miss Copley, Lord Lyndhurst's second daughter, on account of whose

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illness the ablest of the Tory Lords had left his post in Parlia- ment at an important crisis, died on Tuesday forenoon at Paris, in her fifteenth year. Lord Lyndhurst is said...


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It appears from the Dublin papers, that the collection of the national annuity toO'Connell for the years 1836 and 1837 is to commence forth- with. There was no collection last...

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STOCK ExcilANOE, FRIDAY AFTEINoolf. The recent assistance afforded by the Bank of England to several houses in the American trade, has, by increasing the amount of the...


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IF the managerial faults of commission at this theiere have been mani- fold, those of omission have not been less in number or weight ; and among these may be reckoned the...


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The Grezson, Hamilton, from Bengal to London, was burnt off the Saud Heads on the 19th January ; crew and passengers saved. Arrived—At Gravesend, M'av Sill, Anna Bohr? son. I...

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THE DEFEAT IN WESTMINSTER. Lew week, when we did not believe it possible that the West- rainster constituency could prefer Sir FRANCIS BURDETT to Mr. LEADER—when we had the...


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IN England capital is superabundant, and profits low; in America, there is a deficiency of capital, with very high profits. The Ent, , - list' money-market, therefore, is...

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THE discussion on Mr. DtiNcomnes motion against the proxy- voting of the Peers ought to open the eyes of the country to the state of the representation in the House of Commons....


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Is there a country in Europe in which professional education stands on so absurd a footing as in our own ? We speak of the education necessary to qualify a man for discharging...

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THE beauties of " the Green Isle of Erin" have been sung by her poets, and expatiated upon by her orators; but to Engli.diaten and Scotchmen, who form their most intimate...

The correspondent of the Morning Chronicle, who has given the

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par- ticulars of several arrangements for despoiling the Church of property to enrich laymen in these latter days, has sent a new batch of facts to our contemporary. We select...

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AT the close of a long work in 1534, our fair instructor was ordered to travel for two years; and she chose the United States, partly from a political curiosity to witness " the...


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Socitt■ in America. By Harriet Martineau, Author of " Illushatious of Political Economy." In 3 vole Saunders and alty. grooms. ifiscand Progress of the British Power in India....

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ALTHOUGH, as Mr. AUBER remarks, the history of British India from the time when the Company began to act as belligerents against the French in 1745, down to the total change in...

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WE are still inundated with nautical novels : the tide of salt- water stories comes rolling in as if it would never ebb, its waves dashing over the library.table, and saturating...

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HOWEVER imperfectly the Royal Academy may represent the British is.

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Montore, we think, succeeded best. There is another whole-length school of painting, still its annual exhibition will be regarded as the of the I hike, by a promising young...

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A fac-simile of an original study by Sir TuomAs LAWRENCE,

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of those two sweet little cherubs the children of Mr. Culmady, has been got up in perfect style by Mr. BOYS, and published under the title of " The Lovely Sisters." The etching,...

That chef d'eeuvre of painting, The Magdalen by CORREGIO, which

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we noticed two or three weeks since, is now exhibited at No. 49, Pall Mall. We have been again to see it ; and its wonderful power and beauty impressed us more deeply than...