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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Breadalbane Auckland Dawnay (Downe) . jlendip (Clifden) Leinsler ,1la.wtke Gosford Romney RTosebery Scott (Portland) 'fla,,et Hood Ashbburton iloward of Effingbarm Alvanley Carnarvon Dunljas Caledon Srendridge. (Duke o'Arg,;l) Ducie King Rosl yn Dacre CalIthorpe Grantham Ellenpborough. TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZE7'7E. '' B~A~RtRJPtS. Subscribers-only content

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    of Oxford, A.3i. LI Saturday forweight, at Pepper RHll, near Smeaton, aged ID, JUllo Ari brothler ef the late Bood Alvanley. $:iJ' ion the tied ult, at his house in SneLa uth.pIOCC, Odalural, A"' Anderson, atg. in the "led Hear Subscribers-only content

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    Bedford, Marquis of Lansdown, Earl of Tavistock, Earl of Jersey, Earl Grey, Earl Cowper, Earl of Tankerville, Lord Holland, Lord Alvanley, Lord Melbourne, the Hon. Douglas Kinnaird. The two Greek Deputies followed in their carriages by themselves. The carriages of Subscribers-only content

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    to the present Sir John Thorold, Bart. of Syston-park. On the 17th inst. at Edinbergb, after a lingering illness, Lady Alvanley. On the 26th tost. at Leyton, Joseph Cotton, Esq. Deputy-Master of the Trinity-House, iil his 7ith year. On the Subscribers-only content

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    anxcious to manifest their admiration for thea Genius of that Illuotrisus Poet. CoTaxsTErBB. Robert Adair, Esq. Earl of Je*sey Lord Alvanley Charles Ketable, Esq. D. Baillie, Ess. Hon. Dautlas Kinnaird J. W. Bankes, Esg. Marquess of Lansdowne Rev. W. L. Subscribers-only content

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    a remedy?' Give him an ice,' exclaimed his Lordship." s Why don't you ice him?" was the joke of Lord Alvanley. GEOGRAPHICAL ESCAPADE. The Plymanout Jousrnal says, that i' Russia and Portugal are hera" Xi. e. in Plyimouth!) "' under Subscribers-only content

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    Amherst Lnedoch Audley ormolnde Munsser eynh s Kilmarnock (Erroll) Lyttieton Romney Do haumlarez Sherborne Belhaven Grey Mendip (Clifdien) Dinorben Boyle (Cork) Cowper Oakley Cloncurry chichZerSO10r Cowprer POkltoey Clocurr Chester E Gosford Brayroe Seaford TLE Essex Temphemore Alvanley Lord aniId Charlhiront Subscribers-only content

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    Tenterden. During that period the Chief Justices of the Common Pleas have been very numerous-Willes, Camden, De Grey, Loughbordugi Yldon, Alvanley, lEyre, Mansfield (Sir James), Dallas, Gibbs, GifFord, Wynford, and Tindal. The Chief Barons of the Exchequer have been nearly Subscribers-only content

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    Jenkins, Mr Wrench; Betty Finikin, Mrs Nisbett. To be followed by TAME TIGERS! Rose Jennings, Mrs Nisbett. With FAMILY PECULIARITIES ! The Widow Alvanley, Mrs Nisbett. After which, the MARRIED RARE! Mrs Trictrac, Mrs Nisbett. To conclude with the NAMESAKES! Subscribers-only content

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    so warped by party as to say that we think Mr O'Connell quite right in the two affairs with Lord Alvanley and Mr DIsraeli. In both he had provocation, but he might surely have found some apter expression for his Subscribers-only content

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    Alvanley had proved to Mr M. O'Connell that be was ready to meet him, walked him off the ground. "After the parties had left the ground," says Colonel I-lodges, "Lord Alvanley told Mr Morgan O'Connell, that although he (Lord Subscribers-only content

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    PERSONAL NEWS. SiX ROBERT PEEL'S ADVICE TO THE ToRiEs.-The dinner of the erchants " &c. to Sir Robert Peel " went off" at the Merchant Tailors'00al; on Monday last. The right hon. baronet availed himself of the opportunity to Subscribers-only content

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    ground for an attempted impeachment of Mr O'Connell at Brookes's, was the application of the word " buffoon" to Lord Alvanley, and the very same term was applied by Sir F. Burdett.to Mr Canning. But to proceed to other instances Subscribers-only content

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    James I; A bore ! Policy of investing the people 'With rights, 810. Good episcopal reasoning, 820. O'Connell and Lord Alvanley, 294, 312. Mr D'Israeli, 295. O'Connell at Manchester and Newcastle, 597. At Edinburgh and Glasgow, 613. At Paisley and Subscribers-only content

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    ratting wind, and enter onnrselves. There, within the hnny precinncts of Apsley House, we shall find Lord Rnnden and Lord Alvanley, Lord Lnnrton and Lord Hertford, Lond de Ros and Lord Winchilsea, thne Due of Newcastle, the Bishop nf Exeter Subscribers-only content

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    instant a hound challenges-aid another-and another. 'Tis enough. ' Tallyho!' cries a countryman in atree, ' He's gone,' exclaims Lord Alvanley; and, clapping his spurs to his hotse, in an instant is in the front rank." Now, reader, draw in Subscribers-only content

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    which burial grounds have been for years consecrated and used. The ally of the Duke of Cumberland, Lord Teynham, Lord Alvanley, ard other anti-Poor-law agitators, noble and ignoble, has always been as unscrupulous in his asser- tions on the subject Subscribers-only content

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    Club, but at White's, Brookes's, and Boodle's, a whole year was allowed for the payment of arrears. (A laugh.) Lord Alvanley, who opposed the bill, could probably have given the necessary infor- mation upon this point. It is worthy of Subscribers-only content

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    THE SECOND READING Of THTE POOR LAWS (IRELAND) BILL. DUKE'. Glengall Belsore Beaufort Charleville LoreS. N55uQeUSES. Stanhope Teychaml Westneath RIoden Alvanley Clanricarde Limerick Clon broek Londisnderry Sheffield Lorton EARUs. Stradbroke Boston H ardtwicke. Caledom Broughaml FLECTION COMMITrEES. WEsTsEATF.-W. B. Wrightson, Subscribers-only content

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    Sultan was satisfied Svith the concessions made by the Pacha of Egypt, and that lthe sffair rvns smicably arranged. Lord Alvanley, Wrlo lhad just landed at Odessa from Constantinople, con- inrmed this news. However, it is doubted whether the Snltan Subscribers-only content

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