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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Right Hlon. Lord Durhans William Croft Fish, Esgq. The Right Hon. Lord Elleoboroogh Robert Farrier, Esq. The Right Hon. Lord Heytesbury William T. Fry, Esg. The Right Hon. Lord Kenyon Thomas Griffith, Esq. The Right Hon. Sturges Bourne, M.P. S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tendency of the missions of the different Powers, which have joined the Emperor NicuoLits at Odessa, where, it seems, Lord HEYTESBURY, the British Minister, arrived on the 9th of August. Some of the Paris statements pretend, that the post- ponement Subscribers-only content

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    Claude, Cannaletti, Hobbima, Vanderneer, Guido Rubens, &c. the property of the King, the Duke and Dnehess of Wellingtou , Lord Heytesbury, Mr Soane, Mr Roberts, and others. Some of the most meritorious of these copies have i been made by Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuisday, October 27. l'iSOLVENT. J. Bevan, Pobitypool, Monmouthshire, shopkeeper. BANiKRUPTS. W. & G. Bourne, Coleman street, wool len drapers. [Bourdillon, Bread It. G. Hickox, Worthing, grocer. [Sheffield and Sons, Great Prescott st. E. J. Everett Subscribers-only content

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    Sir J. Beckett'...;-.Earlof'Lonsdide-..Freeholders........ 60 ''''W. H~olhtns;'..:: .EarlofL'orsxlsdne ' HEedon. SirrT.C.eCb'stableMoney' ;.. Burgesses . 80 * ' ' R. Farrand. Money. Heytesbury . .Sir G. Staunton. .LordHeytesbury. . Burgageholders.. 50 E. H. A'Court. ..LordHeytesbury . -. HighanFerrersLord Howick ....Lord Fitzwilliam. 145 Subscribers-only content

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    H., Beverley Polhill, Capt. P., Bedford Colborne, N. W. R., Horsham Sandon, Vise., Liverpool Cripps, Joseph, Cirencester Staunton, Sir G., Heytesbury Deniso, J. E., Nottinghamshire Villiers, Fred., Saltash Dixon, Joseph, Glasgow Watson, Bon. B.; Canterbury Grosvenor, Earl, Cheshire Willoughby, Sir Subscribers-only content

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    Wendover, Weobly, Winchelsea, Tregony, Haslemere, Saltash, Orford, Callington, Newton (Lancashire), flchlester, Boroughbridge (Yorkshire), Stockbridge, New Romney, Hedon, Plymp- ton, Seaford, Heytesbury, Steyning, Whitchurch, Wootton Bassett, Down- ton, Fowey, Milborne Port, Alduebrgh, and Minehead should be disfran- chised. On the question Subscribers-only content

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    discovered that he was a married man, and had a wife living. Good ale is advertised to be sold at Heytesbury, WVilts, at fourventce per gallon !-Taunton Courier. In a parish in the vicinity of Exeter, where the clergyman claims Subscribers-only content

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    Ware, Hertfordshire, victualler.-August 19. G. Adnam, Brighton, commission agent.-August 19. J. Winch, Kingsland road, licensed victualler.-August 19. J. C. Francis, Heytesbury, Wiltshire, clothier. Friday, August 2. INSOLVE.NT.-R. Eluore, Bankside, Southwark, coal-merchant. 6 BANXERUPTS. J. Blencoe, lKnighttbridge, tailor. lButler, Young ct. Subscribers-only content

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    Gulson, Esq., of Coventry; Daniel Goodsoun Adye, Esq., Or Markgate Hall, HIerts; and Colonel: Charles Ashe A'Court, brother of Lord Heytesbury. We hear that two other gentlemen have been appointed, but not sieorn.-Globe. THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT GARDEN. TO-MORROW, Nov. :3, Subscribers-only content

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    have ordered all the forces to be put ii motion on a new system."-fsConrier. - It is reported that Lord Heytesbury is to go out as Governor- Gen- eral to India.-Times.-Sir H. Fane goes out as Commander in-Chief to India, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    better.-Courier. - On Wednesday a Court of Directors was held at the East India I-louse, when the Right Hon. Lord Heytesbury, G. Co B., was appointed Governor General of Irniia.-Times. - MI. Armand Marrast, the editor of the Tribune, at Subscribers-only content

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    appointment to St Petersburgh has not been yet determined upon. All the rumours afloat, describing the Earl of Jersey, Lord Heytesbury, or Sir George Murray, as the object of that appoint- ment, are purely conjectural; though it is very possible Subscribers-only content

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    Amn- herst will be removed, for the same reasons which have induced Lord Melbourne to cancel the appointment of Lord Heytesbury; although there has been more hesitation in his case, from his being understood to entertain more liberal notions than Subscribers-only content

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    and stability of the Government:- " The only question in this case was, that we had no confidence in Lord Heytesbury, and no arguments of the Court of Directors could have per. suaded us to have confidence in him. (Hear, Subscribers-only content

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    the court of directors of the East India Company, on the subject of the revocation of the appointment of Lord Heytesbury as governor-general of India.-Sir J. HOBaoUSE opposed the motion:_ "He had asked the representatives of the court of directors, Subscribers-only content

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    PERSONAL NEWS. THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND.-TThe Duke has written a letter to Mr Patten, Chairman of the Orange Committee, denying his having coun- tenanced, or having even known, the existence of Orange Lodges iii ti army. The following passage Subscribers-only content

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    EXAIINER ON POLITICS, LITERATURE,- AND FOR THE YEAR 1835. THE FINE ARTS. T .HE Tt kun'bag Da-pert PARTY IS THE MADNESS OF MANY FOR THE GAIN OF A FEW.-POPE. LONDON: PRINTED FOR A. FONBLANQUE, BY GEORGE LAPHAM, AND PUBLISHED Subscribers-only content

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    has presented 5001. to the Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade and for the Civilization of Africa. Lord Heytesbury has been appointed to the sinecure ofdhce of Governor of the Isle of' Wight-but, it appears, the salary has Subscribers-only content

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    of wooing has been to send 70,000 men to and about the Pyrenees. Luckily the Tories have not sent Lord Heytesbury to Madrid, and they may yet have spirit enough to prevent this Royal rape. In Spain itself affairs have Subscribers-only content

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