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~' 77- • 47. 7 LEWES, AUG. 4. MILLS V. THOMPSON'. This case, which was an action of libel by

~' 77- • 47. 7 LEWES, AUG. 4. MILLS V. THOMPSON'. This case, which was an action of libel by

the plaintiff (who was defendant in the late action of " Rogers v. Mills"), in which the plaintiff seeks to recover damages against the defendant for imputing to the plaintiff that he bribed an elector of the name of Baker, at the Lewes election, in April last, to give his vote
08 August 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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08 August 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AY DI T S Monday, Aug. 7. Price at per load of thirty-six trusses. Smithfield. s. s. Whitechapel. s. Hay

AY DI T S Monday, Aug. 7. Price at per load of thirty-six trusses. Smithfield. s. s. Whitechapel. s. Hay

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08 August 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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10 August 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE NEW MARRIAGE ACT.

THE NEW MARRIAGE ACT.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ST. JAMES'S CHRONICLE. Sir,—The necessity of obedience to the edicts of even bad and partial governors will be readily acknowledged by the sober Christian and the orderly" citizen. There is a point, however, at which such obedience becomes not a virtue, but
10 August 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO GEORGE BYNO, ESQ.

TO GEORGE BYNO, ESQ.

July 19, 1937- Sir, —In reply to your circular, just sent to me, I beg . to state that it is with deep regret I f ee l i t to b e a duty to de'_ame promoting your return for the county of Middlesex. I admit that so respectable a man, and one who has served the county for so many
01 August 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

HATTON-GARDEN..—Thursday ftir , ragged, half-starvedlooking creatures, covered with filth, were brought before Mr. withLaings,leietpi sleeping in h the custody peodoyon ir. f a Phypot, of the G division, char ge d The constable being sworn, stated, that that morning at an early
15 July 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE "RUCTIONS. ELECTIONS IN SOBIERSETSHIRE. _ TO THE EDITOR OF THE ST. JAMES'S CHRONICLE. Crewkerne, July 12. Sir,—lt appears very

THE "RUCTIONS. ELECTIONS IN SOBIERSETSHIRE. _ TO THE EDITOR OF THE ST. JAMES'S CHRONICLE. Crewkerne, July 12. Sir,—lt appears very

singular that, amongst the numerous contests which you daily exhibit in your paper of the efforts which are making by the Conservatives in every part of the kingdom, no mention has been made of the constituencies in the county of Somerset. Are aware that the western division is
15 July 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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15 July 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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15 July 1837 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England