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MONDAY, 224. IRELAND. DUBLIN, April iS. 1 11 IS Excellency the Earl of Hard wicke received on Tuesday, at the

MONDAY, 224. IRELAND. DUBLIN, April iS. 1 11 IS Excellency the Earl of Hard wicke received on Tuesday, at the

Castle, the ensigns of the Order of the Garter from the hands of Lord Cathcart, who was directed to deliver them by a warrant under the King's . Sign Manual. The ceremony _ 5 took place in the Presence ~amber, where his Excellency was attended by the Officers of State, and sever
23 April 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON SiSSIo

LONDON SiSSIo

LONDON Yesterday the Sessions commenced . at William Lev-44 and Samuel Rasta were indicted for an assault and false imprisonment, in conveying on board the tender George Johnson.- The-Prosecutor is an apprentice to the Defendant, Mr. Lewis, a printer, in Paternoster-row.. A dispu
23 April 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
UPPER HOUSE.-SECOND DAY.

UPPER HOUSE.-SECOND DAY.

- - Their lordships again assembled yesterday morning in the Bounty Office, Dean's-yard, Westminster; his Grace the Primate in the Chair. There were also present the Bishops of Winchester, Lincoln, Bath and Wells, London, Oxford, St. Asaph, Gloucester and Bristol, and Exeter. Fo
30 June 1855 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
the fortresses in qaestion ? The prudent policy in dealing with a Russian, as with a Greek, is to believe

the fortresses in qaestion ? The prudent policy in dealing with a Russian, as with a Greek, is to believe

exactly the opposite of what he says, except it be clearly for his benefit to depart from his usual habit by deviating into truth. Witness the whole chain of contradictory lies, by which it has been, during two or three (lays, attempted to justify the treacherous murders at Hang
30 June 1855 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SOUTHWARK.

SOUTHWARK.

PERJURY AND FRAUD BY A MILITIAMAN.—JaineS a young fellow about 20 years of age, was finally examined before Mr. A' Beckett for obtaining a half-sovereign, the property of her Majesty the Queen, by means of fraud and perjury. —John Cleary, a serjsant of the 3d Royal Surrey Militi
30 June 1855 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LORD RAGLAN.

LORD RAGLAN.

Lord R. GROSVENOR.—I wish to put a question to the noble lord at thehead of the government with respect to a statement in the papers of to-day, which has been seen xith great pain by everybody, to the effect that the Commander in Chief of the Forces in the Crimea is so unwell th
30 June 1855 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE

POLICE

TwO men were on Tuesday brought in custody to this office, and underwent a long private examination before Sir It. Birnie, on suspicion of having been concerned in the burglary at the lions.e of Mr. Warrington of West Moulsey. No circumstance, however, was elicited to warrant th
04 December 1828 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SINGULAR SUICIDE.

SINGULAR SUICIDE.

BosTou, Dec f.t.—On Saturday morning last, a young I man named William Jessup, an apprentice to Messrs. ,Anderson, drapers, of this town, committed suicide under the following strange circumstances :—lt appears that the young man was of a nervous disposition, and that, some time
04 December 1828 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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04 December 1828 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE WIFE OF TWO HUSBANDS.

THE WIFE OF TWO HUSBANDS.

The following curious anecdote is given in the Quo.. tidienne that arrived last night : Some years ago an inhabitant of Madrid, who had been reduced by misfortune to a state of indigence, thought tit to leave his country for America, in the hope of mending his fortune. .He left
04 December 1828 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England