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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICTNOMINATIONS. ited DUDLEY.-Yesterday the nominations for this borough rdly took olace between ton and twelve, at the Town Hall, the %rly Mtiyot(Alderman Walker) and lrI E. LID (theTown Oleork) being aresenit. Air, Sheridan (L and Mr. Robinson (C) attendlo, Subscribers-only content

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    : TO-DAY'S POLLING. Abingdon division. fHuntingdou division. Ayr group. Inverness. Biagleswade division. Isle of Wight. Ranilsbirc. Kent (Faversham). Basingbetkoe Division. Kerry (West). Bledfordshire (North), Kirkoealy group B]ucks (South). Lancashire, S.B. Buteshire. ,, Westhoughton. 3 Camberwell (3). ,, SY. (Inca). Subscribers-only content

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    THE NEW PARLIAMENT. 'ENGLAND AND WVALES. PLACES. MEMBERS. L.-C. Anglesey ........ B. Davis .....1........ Ashton-uind'r-Lyne J, B. Addison, Q .C........ 1 Aston Manor ....H. G. Reid .1............ Barrow-in-Furness ID. Duncan- .1..I..I..... Ba~singstoke......Itt, Hen;~ G. Sclater-Booth... - 1 Bath ~.......... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE: NEW PARLIAMENT. * ENGLAND AND WALES. DI PLACES ME1MBERS, I. C. Anglesey . ....... Davis._ ......_., 1 . - AA Ashton-und'r-Lyn e J. B. Addison, . .Q............U 1 l Aston Manor . 1 .C, R eid1......... .............. ir Subscribers-only content

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    I THE NEW PARLIAMENT. The following members have been returned to the new Palilament. Miemnbers of the late Parliament are die- tinguished by an asterisk (*), The four columns represent (L) Liberals who dether support Mr. Gladstone's Irish pro- Subscribers-only content

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    NATIONAL RAD1 AICA UNION. SOME AT THE TOWNS HALL. SPEECE BY MR. OHAM.BERLATM Last evening the National Radical Union -held a con- versazione in the Birminghanm Town Ball for the purpose I of doing honour to the flight Hon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE GENERAL ELECTION. THE GLADSTONIANS INs WEST BIRMING- HAM. Last evening Mr. Carrie Grant addressed a second meeting of his supporters held in the Nelson Street Board Schools. Mr. J. Adams presided, and those present in addition to the Subscribers-only content

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    THE GENERAL ELECTION. LATESTPOLITICALINTELLIGENCE ACTIVITY I- TIRE CONSTITUENCIES. rPress Association Telcgramr l It is being too confidently nassumed that the new Parliament will actually assemble on November 1 because that is the day mentioned in the official notice of Subscribers-only content

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    DS SCHOOL'OF MEDICINE. oF LECTURES for the Session of will Commence on mondtay, october -] > ' plSIOLO'GY' and PATHOLOGY, by Mr. a tiV. GARLICK, and Mr. JONst HEY, F.LS., F.G.S., inty eek, atTwelve o'Clock. The IsTrODUc- onday (Oct. Subscribers-only content

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    LEEDS: bl SATURDAY, NOVEMBER :30, 1839. as B I't COIArMER OF COIABIERCE.-Olle of our correspon- dents very pointedly says-" I wonder that you have not g established a Chamber of Commerce in Leeds. Such bodies et !ought to exist Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, FRIDAY, FEB. 7. PRINCE ALBERT'S NATURALIZATION BILL, AND ANNUITY BILL. Royal Asient given by Commission. RURAL POLICE. In answer to a qurstion from the Duke of RICI.MaOND, the bar. quls of NoRMANa1v stated, that Subscribers-only content

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    SECOND COURT-SATURDAY, MARCH 13. - A- , ---- I u s-c . 0 n (.tl °i tE~t B. ,ARM~STRONG, ESQt .C] !t I CATTLE STEALING. GEORGE JOHNSON (d7,) pleaded Guilty to bavyig, . un the 1 6th November, stolen Subscribers-only content

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    ISALE;,I CHAPEL, HU-NSLET.LANE, LEEDS. AFT ER RE-CONTSTRUCTING the GAL- LERIES, greatly' IMPROVING, BlEAUfTIFYING, &c. 1., ti pLAC fWRHPcill be RE-OPENED; when Ae 1wiowng SERVICES will be held: t 1 on WEDNESDAY, 26th Mlay, 1841. Service will commitlence in the Subscribers-only content

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    SHAIOLESTONE. near WAKEFIELD-To INNEEEPEs. - M By Mr. STEWART, en Friday, the Fourth Dayaflune,1041, at Seven o'Clock in the Evening, atbte House of irs. Lyle. the White H-orse lfIi, In Wakieflield, in the County of York, sub-i ject teo Subscribers-only content

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    YORKSHIRE WINTER AS SIZES. ------------- ~~~~~~~~~~(25; Le( YORK CASTLE.-SATURDAY, DEC. 30. JO (Before Mr. Justice X',ULE.) ROBBERY AT LEEDS. gel] ISAAC NEWTON (24) was charged with having, on the 25th Of 138 November last, assaulted Isaac Siater, and stolen Subscribers-only content

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    Onth ath t at Stratton, Wolverhampton, the lady ot ie LiueatGa.52 Nolt-tonS, of A son and heir. prietoi On the 11th lst * at WiniR, near Nortallerton, the lady of scrooI John Wailee, Eq., Of Roslutn Gre~age, ofa daughiter. Subscribers-only content

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    pROSPECTUS OV THE WESTERNGA1 P L~~IGHT COMPANY.GA CAPITAL, £25o0w100 d in 12,100 Shares Of £20 eaclL-D~epoSli X1yrSae t] R~AlKES CURRIE,~ EsV M.P. Sir JOHN WILLIA~ML ljBnoe Brt WILLIAM-CRARE, Esq. C DIRECTORS. GEORGE L. TAYLOR, Esq., Hyde Park Square. Chairman. Subscribers-only content

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    AAR IN AID OF THE HUDDERS- fl FEltifD COLLBGIATE SCHiOOL. Usnder the Patronage oi HfR MAJESTY THE QUEEN DOWAGER. BIIeght BOn. the Counttess of DARTMOU'T1.l. THFITZ- 00 it Iron tileLady CHARLOTTEWIENTWVORTFI- t1% ior his Lady MARY HOWARD. TBiglitdy RAMISDEN. Subscribers-only content

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    gnty 'Hlis the ries, Lseyr rero- ~odly Eod . witll d of is a )mes be- sh3bip estv.- mnd ownv Iii8 rvica *ince hrvist id in t, ns aid wor Hs n,in sr of t re. ipos- ig or Subscribers-only content

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    LTY ng All blsrraeBss n Ar6orn a LsfonEe mutt be autheats-fed by e sagnature oe one oy our agents, or by thtof a Aftism correspondent. Y'. Bi3rths. ;2. On the 23rd ult., at .lunich. the Lady of Sir JOIIN Subscribers-only content

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