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  • For Years: 1820 - 1829

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

22 Jan 1820

13th instant, Mr. Robert Halliday, surgeon, in his 21st year.—On Sunday last, Mr. Archibald Mitchelson.—On the 15th inst. Mrs. Jean Malcolm, relict of the late Robert Ramsay, Esq. writer, in Dumfries.—On the 15th inst. Ann, wife of Mr. John Morine

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

5 May 1827

oilier influential Whig l*eer, will relieve laird IBidley and Ward Hie cares of the Ff.reigii-oflice. Mr. Canning takes upon himself the united duties of laird Liverpool and Mr. lift bin son—that to say First laird uftlie Treasury and Chancellor uf th e •

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

3 Nov 1827

consequence, well as a biave officer, gave up sword, and with it his purse and watch, which luvernabyle accepted, save them from his followers. After the affair was over, Mr. Stewart sought out his prisoner, and they were introduced each other by the celebrated

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

20 Sep 1828

Canteen Mr. tiley** hr. c. Tauibofr. to Streatbaui Mr. Retie’s cb. c. Itowion, 3 loltovviiig also Htarted but not placed : His Maj-sty’s b. f. b. Jack Spigot, (bought Mr. Daiueil); Mr. Darueli’s b. c. Sloiforib ; Mr. Wyvill’s b. c. Wstiiun; Mr. Nowell's

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

3 Sep 1825

shire. Causkwav-mouss Backs—Tlmss races were well miuf—isa. Mr. fam's br. popsy, Ciilbnmbis, the 5 I Mr. | llarpees b. amrr. the £« Mr. BslTsbi at. themddk ; Mr. Tbempesa's peaty the beat bridle. Mr. carried mf the first wraiiliaa arias, AmMtroag came eeeend«

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

30 Aug 1823

all, much more with reading Juan The extent his reading ought lie Toll’s IlnslntHilri/, Tiijilin’s fonlnt/, and his account-hooks; his occupation ought to with his men in the fields— , that is, vorkiug with his men, whether it cutting, ploughing, or liocing;

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

16 Feb 1828

Committee, belongs, not exclusively to Mr. Canning and his Whig colleagues, as pretended, hut Ford Liverpool's (■overnment, was stated by Mr. Peel on Monday night, and acknowledged by Mr. Canning in lasl Session; and Mr. lleiries is understood to have the

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

29 Dec 1827

round a. to wangle him I hi. bod, wa. ripped open from tire hrea.l to the lower part of the abdomen, and hi. entrails torn out; hi. liver torn m piece., and par. of il laid h, hi. .ide. Keuny .. full, for the murder. His parent, understand to be moil

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

5 Apr 1828

rck Jackson, - son Mr. llios. JackMin, Lane, «ged ye its. \v'igm. Ftiil.ij', .Mr*. Aim HI. S;iine |ilace,on Stiiutay liut, Mr. Jacob l*»i-liiiNon, nj'i'il 70. ay lam, Mr. Barwick, of Dtisli-giSI-licad, (»8. rc.iiili, ilih tint. Mr*. ICIS* Dobson, aged

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

1 Oct 1825

i'»'liis City, Mr.Tims. King.lo Mrs. Mary Small. Wtdm wlay, Mr. Thus. Cliiipnian. Mis* M« y llciheringioii. Mr. Win. Brice, Miss Jane (Jlaisier. Al Aikiou. Mr. Charles, innkeeper, Mary purl, »o MU« Furnas, of Aiklon. At Wigion, Th ursday the 29ih, Mr. Wilson

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

24 May 1828

Newport, Mr. Sec*Hii»ktsson. Mr. Biuugliain, Lord Palinerston, Mr. William Wynne, Mr. Charles Grant, Lord Duncaiinon, Mr. Mr Calcraft. Lord Altborpe, Mr. Dobetiy, Lord Nugent, Lord Arthur Hill, Lord Kiiuisinore, Mr. Caulfield, Lord Clement*, Mr. Grattan

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

28 Mar 1829

their hands in and bye. the return his Lordship, .Marlin said, 44 Here's t’ould man coming. His trial is fixed foi Monday morning. Mr. Alderson, Mr. Archhold, and Mr. Stiickland, are counsel for the prosecution; and Mr. Brougham and Mi. Sergt. Jones for

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

21 Jun 1828

IImII; Steel, Ksq. and faniily, Cockermoulh ; Mrs. house and family, Liverpool; The Misses Uybergli, Hall; Mrs. Helen and Mrs. Featherstone, Per-nih; Mr. Wilson and family, Alston; Mr. and Mis. Fairbairn, Mr. Kenton, &c. Ac. Tueiwlav last, an inquest was

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

6 Jun 1829

opposed hy others, and, strange to say, hy Air. who has written tti the treasurers, Mr. N. .Mahon, Mr. Lynch, and Mr. C’. them against applying any portion the “ sacred fund,” Mr. Shed calls it, to any other purposes than those included in the Circular 1«24

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

30 Sep 1820

subs.) —Mr. Lambton's gr. c. Dunsinar.e, walked over. Sir. Wilson's b. c. Loxley. Mr. and Mr. Wilson shared the stake. Sweepstakes of cach, h. ft. St. Leger Course. (5 subs.) —Mr. E. Petre's ch. c. The Laird, 1: Mr. Clifton's b. c, Antonio, 2 ; Mr. G. L

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser Cumberland, England

28 Apr 1829

the parish clergyman. The laird's son falls in love with Mary, and on occasions of rustic festivity, her so much attention, awaken the jealousy Mrs. Blare, envions character-killing old addresses her neighbour Mrs.Blunt— Mrs. Blare, who bad a number of

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

25 Jun 1825

In •* tlii' Earl of anil others. Trustees of Lady Essex Ker v. the lion. 11. Uellc.ulen and others. Heirs Porlioners of that Lady, anti of Lady Mary Ker, her bister,” intcilocutors the Court Wilbraham. Mr. Blackbnrne, ami others. Immuht up from the- Commons

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

1 Mar 1828

Church of F.nglaml.** Mr- •lohn Smith seconded it; and it was supported hv Mr. Marshall (V oik shire), Mr. Wilhrahain, Mr. Ferguson, l.ord Allhorp, laird Nugent, Lord Milton, Sir T. Aclaud, and Mr. Itroughani. Mr. It. Falmei, Mr. lliiskisson, and Lorn

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

1 Sep 1827

wKlld. ••'iced laird Aim? r»i monger cfai tut / /, » w h j s;} |). ftossaml Lady, Mrs. Howard, .Mr. expect f.«.n Mr. *‘ \» H. Howard, and the Howard of Corby, Majesty in tome language a* bit • mid lit mil v, Mr. and Mrs. Mmtnaey inT lhmilt': Mrs. Hall Alias

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

19 May 1827

and “every man was employed.” Mr. Brougham, Lord Milton. Mr. Bernal, Mr. Buxton, Mr. W. II on on. Sir Faiquhar, &c. took part in the d House adjourned a little before two o’clock. Mr. Beaumont has fixed, for to-morrow, his motion respecting the new Ministry

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