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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. Party is the madness of man! for the gain of a few,-Pore. THE LORDS' AMENDMENT OF THE FORGERY BILL. Whenever the House of Lords and the House of Commons are at variance, the better policy of Subscribers-only content

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    FUNERAL OF GEORGE IV. THE LYING IN STATE. Windsor was on Wednesdaymorning crowded with visitors from all parts of the country. Park-street presented one dense mass of vehicles,-car- riages, gigs, carts, stage-coaches, every machine, in fact, capable of loco- Subscribers-only content

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    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, OCTOBER 20, 1833. .A prisoner (Edward Johnson) upon trial at the Old Bailey, having requested permission to withdraw.his plea of Not Guilty, and to plead Guilty, the Common Sergeant observed, " I do not see what Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. MR ALDERMAN Gimns.-Thursday a meeting of the Governors of the Royal Sea Bathing Infirmary was held at the London Coffee house. Half-past twelve o'clock arrived without the appearance of a chairman, treasurer, secretary, or any other person, to Subscribers-only content

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    M I SC EL LANEOU S. PRAYER AGAINST TiLE Lr'ILiNTiINU EiiNri-It has been ordered by the Queen hi council that the Archbishop of Canterbury do prepare a forni of prayer to Almighty God for relief from the dearth aud Subscribers-only content

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    M ISCELLAN EO US. DhPLOxATco APPOIcNENT3S.-Mr J. Hudson, now her Majesty's Minister at Rio Janeiro, is appointed her Majesty's Minister at Florence; Mr H. Southern, now Minister at Buenos Ayres, is to succeed Mr Hudson at Rio de Janeiro; Subscribers-only content

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    MODERATE PRICES WITH GENERAL EXCELLENCE. pv MOSES and SON can conqdently assert, E e'that they possess adeanaes and facilities which are quts ,,,beyond the reach of any ether House to, the Tradn, and aire theeb eabled to offer a Subscribers-only content

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    THE FUNERAL or His LATE ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE CONSORT. p On Monday, with every outward mark of respect, and with all the solemnity which befitted his high station and his public virtues, the funeral rites of the husband Subscribers-only content

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    T'E13 -LATE; PUKE OF A2LBANY. gi Do r 11 V I f 3 3 3 b 1 3, 3, v I I iI II I FI I i I 5 II I I I 5. *TflE PRINCE. OF WALES Subscribers-only content

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    i - I DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES TO TELEGRAPH . MESSENGE RS. I b - -.1 . . n On Saturday afternoon the annual distribution of prizes and certificates to the telegraph messengers for general e goad conduct, prompt delivery Subscribers-only content

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    -iii l-TS CoRRESPONDENCE. - I It LONDON Saturday. x~ ~ ~~~ i ..h1 - aSM n d^l 11 |)~L~ - x nDox Saturday. vE the House of Commons, and of I are in hicrh spirits just no0w. te j1l Subscribers-only content

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    PROPOSED ELECTRICAL AND INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. A syndicate of commerdal gentlemen in Birmingham are taking active steps to promote an electrical and industrial exhibition on a very extensive scale in Binge Hall during the months of August, September, and October Subscribers-only content

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    THE QUEEN'S BIR=tAY.-TIRE HONOURS LIST. I Yesterday being the seventieth anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria, the occurrrence was celebrated in the metropolis by the firing of royal salutes from the Tower, the ringing of the church bells Subscribers-only content

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    LONDO N CORRESPONDENCER LOND~ON, Thursday Night. A ThaE difficulty in which the Cabinet is temporarily placed by the declared hostility of many of its: Jc( Conservative sup-porters. to the free education pro-! w 'slof the Scottish Local Government Bill Subscribers-only content

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    |I- THlE VISIT OF THE SHAH. RECEPTION BY THE QUEEN. After holding a reception at Bnckingham Palace yesterday morning of the members of the Government, the Diplomatic Corps, and others, the Shah pro- ceeded to Windsor on a visit Subscribers-only content

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    THE MARUIAGE 01' THE .PRINCESS ROYAL, YESTERDAY. Yesterday mousing witnessed tire solerunisation of that great and important state ceremonial, which is destined, we trust, to make happy "Tire eldest daughter of Engkrnd,"and tocemerit the alliance between two great and Subscribers-only content

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    gittraturt. THE DEFENCE OF GOENEVEIAE, and other Poems. By WILLIAM MOuRIS. [London: Bell and Daldy.] PRE-RIAPHAELITE POETIY. This volume of poems will excite much controversy, and be unduly praised by one set of critics, and as unduly cen- sured Subscribers-only content

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    ladga btelligut AMERMCA. From our Correspondent.) LIVERPOOL, Monday. The Royal Mail steamship Niagara, Captain Miler, which sailed from Boston on the 6th, and touched at Halifax on the morning of the 8th instant, arrived here at noon to- day, Subscribers-only content

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    jortip King Victor Eanmauuel signed a decree on the 3rd inst. at Milan, appointing the celebrated Alessandro Manzoni President of the Institute, with an annual pension of 12,OOOf., "as a national recompense." The lst of August, the anniversary of Subscribers-only content

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    LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ART. THE BEIvTIsif ALMANACK AND COMPANION-ILLUS5 TRATED ALY."ACKS-PROPHET14 ALMDANAOKI'5, ZAD- KIOPL AND WizisrLZnRAmT-LETTS'S DIATlos-DE LA. ]lug'S ALMANAO,9S-LOC!AL ALBIANACics-THE NEW OXYGEN LirIr-FARD'S PICTURES. Since the removal of the duty on almanacks in 183-4, their numbers have wonderfully Subscribers-only content

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